Levine: ‘Support the Survival and Prosperity of the Cruise Industry’

The future of Miami is tied to the future of the cruise industry writes Phil Levine, the former mayor of Miami Beach and president and CEO of Royal Media Partners in an opinion article in the Miami Herald. Levine wrote that the cruise companies have provided Florida with more than 154,646 jobs, $7.7 billion in wagesContinue reading “Levine: ‘Support the Survival and Prosperity of the Cruise Industry’”

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Scarlet Lady Floats Out, Second Virgin Ship Construction Well Underway

The Scarlet Lady touched the water for the first time for Virgin Voyages on Friday at Fincantieri. The first ship from the new cruise brand starts revenue service from the Port of Miami in April 2020. Tom McAlpin, president and CEO, Virgin Voyages, was on hand for the ceremony along with Luigi Matarazzo, director ofContinue reading “Scarlet Lady Floats Out, Second Virgin Ship Construction Well Underway”

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Miami Expecting 52,000 Cruise Passengers in One Day

PortMiami is hosting an estimated 52,000 cruise passengers on Sunday, Dec. 9, 2018. This sets a one-day record for passenger traffic at PortMiami, the port said, in a statement. PortMiami will be welcoming the following cruise vessels: Carnival Cruise Lines Carnival Horizon Carnival Cruise Lines Carnival Magic Disney Cruise Line Disney Magic FRS Caribbean San Gwann MSC Cruises MSC DivinaContinue reading “Miami Expecting 52,000 Cruise Passengers in One Day”

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