New Port Project for the Cayman Islands

New Port Project for the Cayman Islands

New Port Project for the Cayman IslandsA pier has been discussed in Grand Cayman for decades as cruise ships must tender into the popular cruise destination. Because cruise ships have to run tenders, they are subject to weather conditions, making it common...

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 Middle East Cruise Market

 Middle East Cruise Market

 Middle East Cruise Market Pushes for Growth  There is rapid growth happening in the Middle East and Indian Ocean cruise market. The year-over-year increase in guest capacity will be about 63.5 percent according to the 2019 Cruise Industry News Annual Report. MSC...

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New Royal Caribbean Digs

New Royal Caribbean Digs

NEW ROYAL CARIBBEAN DIGS SASSY, CLASSY AND SMART If you’ve ever been to the Royal Caribbean offices at Port Miami, you know there are 2 buildings on the campus.  What you might not know is that one of the buildings and its outer walkway area is in the shape of the...

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A Look Into New Ship Building Methods

A Look Into New Ship Building Methods

A Look into New Ship Building Methods We have often found ourselves pondering the question “what goes into building a cruise ship?” So, we decided to find out for ourselves how the world’s major cruise liners are designed and built. Building cruise ships is a massive...

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“Shannon was also instrumental in assisting our company to expand into a new port of operation, Ketchikan. Prior to 2003, we only conducted tours in the SE Alaska ports of Juneau and Sitka. She worked with us to identify the best local tour businesses to partner with, to facilitate our entry into the community, and she helped us to develop a tour product that would be attractive to visitors to Ketchikan. The successful launch of our Best of Ketchikan by Land & Sea tour enabled us to establish the foot-hold we needed to move ahead in developing the other tour programs we now operate in this very busy port.”

— John Dunlap, Vice President, Allen Marine Tours