Quantum of the Seas to sail Alaska cruises

Quantum of the Seas. Royal Caribbean International will send the Quantum of the Seas to Seattle in 2021, giving the cruise line four ships serving Alaska, its largest deployment there. It will be the Quantum’s first time sailing from the Pacific Northwest, where it will sail seven-day cruises visiting Endicott Arm Fjord, the Sitka SoundContinue reading “Quantum of the Seas to sail Alaska cruises”

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Tianjin Targeting 800,000 Passengers in 2017

With four berths, Tianjin expects around 800,000 passengers this year, and through the first six months of 2017, traffic was up some 102.4 percent. Customs and border protection has been further refined, reducing clearance times to 10 seconds in some instances with automated terminals. Earlier this year, the port signed a MOU with Costa toContinue reading “Tianjin Targeting 800,000 Passengers in 2017”

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Carnival building two Vista-class ships in China

Buhdy Bok (left), president of Costa Group Asia, and Carnival Corp. CEO Arnold Donald at the China Cruise and Yacht Industry Association conference, after Donald announced an agreement to build ships in China. Photo Credit: Arnie Weissmann   Carnival Corp. has signed a memorandum of understanding to build two Vista-class cruise ships in China intended forContinue reading “Carnival building two Vista-class ships in China”

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