New Cruise Welcome Center

New Cruise Welcome Center

New Cruise Welcome Center Puerto Vallarta Completes $16 Million Cruise Passenger Welcome Center  Puerto Vallarta’s Cruise Port Authority has announced the completion of a new cruise passenger welcome center “Los Alambiques,” and themed shopping center “Hacienda...

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2020 Record Year for Cruise Ship Drydocks

2020 Record Year for Cruise Ship Drydocks

2020 Record Year for Cruise Ship Drydocks   Cruise ships have traditionally been built and designed with a 30-year service life, and that service life is now extending with large-scale drydock projects making existing tonnage competitive. 2020 is expected to be a...

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Carnival Corporation’s Big 2020 Deliveries

Carnival Corporation’s Big 2020 Deliveries

Carnival Corporation’s Big 2020 Deliveries   Carnival Corporation & plc, the world's largest leisure travel company, will debut four new cruise ships in 2020 across four of its global cruise line brands. Iona for P&O Cruises UK, Britain's favorite cruise...

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Cruise Trends for 2020

Cruise Trends for 2020

Cruise Trends for 2020 Cruise Critic® looks back at the year that was in order to predict what the future of cruising holds for the new year, and they’ve published their list in USA Today. Here are some of the top Cruise Trends for 2020.   Be Kind to Mother Earth...

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Carnival’s Newest Ship – Panorama

Carnival’s Newest Ship – Panorama

Carnival's Newest Ship – Panorama Carnival Panorama, the newest ship in Carnival’s fleet, boasts a guest capacity of more than 4,000 passengers, with a length of 1,055 feet and crew of 1,450. With 789 inside cabins and 1,215...

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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