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Victory Cruises Plans Stops in the Great Lakes

Miami based Victory Cruise Lines will travel north with smaller boats, visiting smaller cities. From the Minneapolis Star Tribune, “With the cruising industry booming across the globe, officials in Duluth are betting that someday soon their ships will come in, … Continue reading

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Tropical Storm Gordon Delays Carnival and Royal Caribbean Cruises

Tropical Storm Gordon, with winds reaching 65 mph across the Gulf Coast made landfall in Mississippi. Leading up to Gordon’s reaching land, the storm impacted cruise travel plans for Royal Caribbean and Carnival Cruises. Royal Caribbean’s Chief Meteorologist James Van … Continue reading

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Cruise Passenger Alleges Sexual Assault by Crew Member, Sues Celebrity Cruises

On August 21, 2018, a cruise passenger — identified as Jane Doe — filed a lawsuit against Celebrity Cruises and Canyon Ranch Spa alleging she was sexual assaulted by a crew member while traveling aboard the Celebrity Summit cruise ship … Continue reading

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P&O Cruises To End Automatic Gratuities

P&O Cruises announced last week that it is ending the mandatory daily service charges effective May 2019, according to the Express newspaper in London. Cruise passengers seem to have welcomed the news, thinking that the change will make cruises cheaper for … Continue reading

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Celestyal Cruises Tries To Shut Down Fan Page

Most cruise lines would kill to have a fan page operated for free by a customer who loves to cruise with a particular company. There are several examples of popular fan pages operated by loyal fans. Like the RoyalCaribbeanBlog operated … Continue reading

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