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Princess Cruises 1st Cruise Line to Cross the New Panama Canal

Jul 06, 2016

Princess Cruises will be the first, and so far the only, cruise company to cross the new Panama Canal. The company has already included this in their new transit routes through the Pacific, Atlantic and Caribbean. The Caribbean Princess with capacity of 3,080 passengers will operate using the new Atlantic locks in its premiere from the end of 2017. This experience will be part of a 10-day cruise through the Panama Canal from Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The new routes will make their debut in the 2017-18 winter season.

The Most Famous Yachts in the World

Jul 05, 2016

The sailing experiences have been part of the lives of many rich and famous people who have found their refuge in their yacht towards relaxation, fun and passion. Each yacht represents the personality of its owner and her history.

The "Christina", Aristotle Onassis second home

Crew Members Rights

Jul 04, 2016

The industry is certainly growing. Ships with 4,500 passengers and 2,000 crew are being planned. The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) believes this expansion means that employers should be emphasising skills training and professionalism. That would benefit all – crew, passengers and companies – far better than squeezing every last drop out of a resentful workforce, and then having to keep on re-recruiting.

Royal Caribbean Funny FlowRider Wipeouts

Jul 04, 2016

Riding Royal Caribbean's FlowRider can be lots of fun but more fun is watching the FlowRider Wipeouts. This is compilation of Royal Caribbean FlowRider cruise ship fails. People try to surf and boogie boarding on the wave simulator and some of them end up in failure. Here are the funniest FlowRider Wipeout Videos. Independence of the Seas FlowRider man almost loses his shorts.

Celebrity Cruises Qsine Restaurant Guide

Jul 04, 2016

Qsine is a dining venue exclusively on Celebrity Cruises (launched on April 2010 in Southampton, England on Celebrity Eclipse). Qsine takes a modern and playful approach to familiar dishes from around the world. Designed to blend childhood favorites with more contemporary favorites, artfully presented with elements of surprise. Our guests love new and different dining experiences, and we’ve designed Qsine to deliver that in a big way   

Qsine: The Inspiration.

Huge Crocodile Spotted on a Beach in Cozumel

Jul 03, 2016

A huge crocodile was captured on video last week walking along the Palancar beach in Cozumel, causing fear among people who were at the beach resort. The crocodile was first captured resting under the shade of a palm tree and then heading between beach chairs he disappeared in the sea. This is not the first time crocodiles are spotted on the beaches of Cozumel or the Riviera Maya because of the proximity to wetland areas, natural habitat of such species.

Creator of Holland America Line Art Sculptures Passes Away

Jul 02, 2016

With deep sadness we announce the death of a great Italian artist Gilbert Lebigre. His hometown Viareggio mourn the death of Gilbert Lebigre, great international artist who has contributed his works to raise awareness of the art of paper mache around the world. Gilbert Lebigre died at age of 63 and worked for Carnival since 1980. His art has crossed all the oceans. For many years he has worked with the Italian Shipyard Fincantieri for the construction of monumental sculptures installed on large cruise ships on Holland America Line.

Inspiring Book written by a Crew Member “My Way to the Seven Seas”

Jul 01, 2016

Each crew member working on cruise ship has an extraordinary life story to share. Crew members are unique breed of people who life on land and life at sea taught them to be strong, smart, pleasant and companionate. One crew member is inspiring thousands with his passion of life on cruise ship and his book “My Way to the Seven Seas”. His name is Martines Rocha de Souza, a Brazilian bar waiter working on Cunard Line.

Boy in critical condition after nearly drowns on Anthem of the Seas

Jul 01, 2016

An 8-year-old boy is in critical condition after nearly drowning on Royal Caribbean Anthem of the Seas. The terrible accident happened on Thursday, just two hours after the cruise ship departed from its homeport Bayonne, N.J. The boy fell into a pool and remained in the water for eight minutes before being discovered by crew members. Ships medical staff quickly responded to the scene and performed CPR establishing a pulse.

Donald Trump Victory Cruise on Carnival Victory

Jun 30, 2016

On January 6, 2017 the Coalition for Donald Trump Victory Cruise is scheduled to set sail from Miami to the Bahamas on the cruise ship Carnival Victory. The organizer of this event is Robert Jeter, an oil rig worker from Alaska, who volunteers as executive director of the Coalition for Trump. The Trump Victory Cruise is only $300 per person for a three-day trip to the Bahamas and fully refundable if Donald Trump loses, said Mr. Jeter when he started this initiative back in June. Robert Jeter was pretty sure Trump will win, and he was right.

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