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Norwegian Prima will be name of new NCL ship to debut in 2022

Norwegian Prima

NCL announced its new ship will be named Norwegian Prima, and will begin offering cruises in Summer 2022. Prima will be one of six Prima class cruise ships, and will be smaller than the Breakaway class ships. Prima will be about 140,000 tons. Norwegian Prima will accommodate 3,215 passengers and initially sail out of

Dream Cruises sails beyond Asia with Explorer Dream

Dream Cruises - Explorer Dream arrived in Sydney at the White Bay Cruise Terminal on October 27, 2019. With this, the company has sailed beyond Asia for the first time taking its first step towards becoming a global cruise brand. "Dream Cruises is excited to begin a new chapter as we

Kelly Clarkson Is the Godmother to Norwegian Encore

It is a Maritime tradition to ask someone to be a godparent to a new ship, “christening” it with luck before it goes out to sea. The Grammy-winning singer has been given the title of godmother to Norwegian Cruise Line’s newest ship, Norwegian Encore. It is a Maritime tradition to ask someone to be

Michael Goh appointed as the President for Dream Cruises

Michael Goh Genting Cruise Lines

Genting Hong Kong has announced the appointment of Michael Goh as the President of Dream Cruises and Head of International Sales for Genting Cruise Lines. Goh will continue to be based in Singapore, reporting to Kent Zhu, President of Genting Cruise Lines. Goh joined Genting Hong Kong 20 years ago and was

Increase in cruise tourism calls at MPT during last 5 yrs: MPT chairman

Jalesh Cruises

The Mormugao Port Trust chairman Dr E Ramesh Kumar has informed that Goa is a citadel for tourism in India and it has its own uniqueness about its natural beauty. He was addressing to the delegates at the ‘Sensitisation Workshop on Cruise Tourism’, organised jointly by MPT under the auspicious of

Cruises to Cuba Are Abruptly Canceled, After New Travel Ban

A day after the Trump administration revised its travel regulations to Cuba, prohibiting cruises, companies began canceling sailings. Cruise lines Royal Caribbean and Norwegian said on Wednesday that they will no longer sail to Cuba, joining Carnival Corporation, which announced earlier in the day that it will no longer operate cruises

Ark Travels becomes the first PSA to book 50,000 cruise passengers in 2018

Ark Travels, the name synonymous with selling cruises in India has successfully completed 25 years in the business of international cruise sales. The B2B travel company has celebrated this milestone by being the first Indian PSA (Preferred Sales Agent) to send 50,000 passengers from India to travel on board the

India to welcome the largest ship ever to sail to its shores in 2019

Spectrum of the Seas in India

The Royal Caribbean International, a 49-year-old global cruise brand, has announced that its two cruise ships Spectrum of the Seas and Explorer of the Seas will soon dock at Indian shores and set sail to some idyllic locations across Asia from here. Both ships are scheduled to come to India in 2019, according to Tirun

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