Sunday October 22, 2017
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NCL’s Norwegian Breakaway to homeport in New Orleans for Winter 2018/19 season

In 2018/2019, Norwegian Cruise Line passengers can set sail from the Port of New Orleans to Caribbean destinations on one of the line’s...
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“We’re very excited to bring this to the market”: U by Uniworld VIP event

When U by Uniworld’s ‘The B’ sailed out on its preview journey along the Seine River...
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Albion Journeys comes to Canada

Cruise Strategies Ltd. is now representing Albion Journeys in the Canadian market.
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Holland America offers onboard spending money for Plan a Cruise Month

In celebration of October’s National Plan a Cruise Month, which is organized by CLIA, Holland America Line has announced two new premium offers.
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One lucky agent will win US$10,000 cash from Carnival

Carnival Cruise Line’s Keep on Rockin’ promotion includes a US$10,000 cash prize, cruises and inaugural celebrations aboard the new Carnival Horizon...
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Celestyal reports Cuba is “running smoothly”, will return on Oct. 20

It’s all systems a go for Celestyal Cruises, which has just announced that it will return to Cuba on Oct. 20 for its fifth year of...
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Crystal River Cruises announces new 2019 itineraries on Europe’s rivers

Crystal River Cruises is ramping up its 2019 season with more seven-day options, in addition to its traditional 10-, 11-, 14- and 16-day routes.
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MSC has gift cards for agents, savings for clients with new campaign

MSC Cruises is offering bonus commission incentives for travel agents and a special deal for clients to get 50% savings on Caribbean...
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Irma recovery: Florida Keys will open to visitors Oct. 1

Florida Keys officials say the island chain hit hard by Hurricane Irma will reopen to tourists Oct. 1.
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Carnival Corp.’s bookings for first half of 2018 “well ahead” of 2017

Itinerary changes and cancellations forced by the recent hurricanes are expected to result in an estimated US$0.10 to $0.12 per share reduction...
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