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New Entries in the Market

A newly formed Indiana-based partnership intends to enter the cruise industry, with plans for two 800 – 1000 pax ships.

Security Still a Major Issue

Following the recent hijackings of airplanes and a cruise ship in the eastern Mediterranean, the cruise lines operating in the

Regent Sea Enters Service

regency Cruises’ Regent Sea sailed on schedule from Montego Bay, Jamaica, November 17, beginning its first winter season in the

Bleak Winter?

The winter looks bleak for many cruise lines, according to industry and media reports. Crown Lines has withdrawn its ship

RCCL Valued at $500 Million

Kosmos, the Norwegian conglomerate, has offered RCCL NOK 800 million, or approximately $100 million for 25 percent of the cruise

Update on the United States

A $20 million increase in the estimated costs of subcontractors’ fees prompted United States Cruises to assign its entire project

New Ships from Australian Line?

Explorer Cruises S/A of Sydney, Australia, reportedly has awarded a contract for four state-of-the-art Catamarans to an undisclosed shipyard. Two

1985: Innovators Lead Industry

While the present cruise market may best be characterized by its intense competition, this year the industry is entering a

RCCL In Bermuda Market to Stay

As Nordic Prince nears completion of her first season sailing between New York and Bermuda, Royal Caribbean Cruise Line reports

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