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Five Most Amazing Stunts Performed on Cruise Ship

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The world of cruise ships inspires various stuntman, acrobats and illusionists to try their skills in a completely different environment at sea. Here are the top five stunts performed on a cruise ship as a promo video for various companies in partnership with the cruise lines. 

Teleportation on Royal Caribbean cruise ship Freedom of the Seas

Carnival Corporation reduces its carbon footprint by 26.3%

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Carnival Corporation released its eighth annual sustainability report, announcing that in 2017 the world's largest leisure travel company achieved its 25 percent carbon reduction goal three years ahead of its 2020 sustainability projections. The company has reported that it achieved a 26.3% reduction in its carbon footprint as part of its goal to reduce the impact on the environment contained in its 2020 sustainability program.

Drones to Monitor Cruise Ships Sulfur Emission

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Norwegian Coast Guard started testing drones in order to detect sulfur emission levels from cruise ships arriving in the Norwegian fjords. The new method of monitoring the sulfur level is conducted by state of the art Lockheed Martin Indago drone with a price tag of $123.000.The specially made sensor, developed by the Danish company Explicit, provides detailed measurements of sulfur content in the exhaust. Everything is transferred wirelessly to the controller in real time.

Cruise ships Arriving in St. Petersburg During FIFA World Cup 2018 Football Matches

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FIFA World Cup Russia 2018 is currently in full swing, and fans from all across the world have come in to support their national teams. Most of them have spent hours on multiple planes just to get to eleven host cities. However, Russia biggest port city Saint Petersburg, is unique, with fans also arriving on cruise ships to see the FIFA World Cup matches at Krestovsky Stadium.

Largest Sushi Roll at Sea Created Aboard Holland America MS Koningsdam

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Holland America Line celebrated the International Sushi Day, by creating the Largest Sushi Roll at Sea made by Culinary Council Member Andy Matsuda while he sailed aboard the cruise ship MS Koningsdam on a special Food & Beverage Aficionado Cruise in Norway. Dubbed the "World Mega Roll," the sushi roll measured 49 feet long (15 meters) before getting rolled, 3.3 feet (100 centimeters) wide and used 70 pounds of sushi rice.