cruise ship

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a passenger ship used commercially for pleasure cruises


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A trend toward increasingly larger and longer cruise ships, however, has meant that Burnie has missed out on some of the growth in cruise ship visits.
The 85-year-old cruise ship passenger died after 80 mph (130 kph) wind gusts kicked up giant waves in the English Channel on Friday afternoon, endangering safety in the crowded shipping lanes used by commercial vessels, cruise ships and pleasure craft.
and a singer on the Regent Seven Seas Voyager cruise ship, was found Sunday morning while the boat was docked in Australia, ABC News (http://abcnews.
The firm, considered to be the first cruise ship and yacht management company in mainland China, had recently held its founding and promotion conference at HNA Marriot Hotel in Beijing.
BNA) -- The Ministry of Culture has announced the arrival of the first cruise ship for this year 2012-2013, as part of the "Manama as Capital of Arab Culture for 2012" function and ahead of the function of "Manama as Capital of Arab Tourism for 2013" during which many cruise ships with thousands of European tourists on board will anchor in Bahrain.
The launch of a new 'cruise ship task force' has also been announced to ensure the safety of all cruise ships arriving in Dubai and to reinforce Dubai's preparedness to deal with potential maritime accidents.
Summary: The cruise industry in Dubai is expected to drive demand for specialised hospitality manpower and logistics services as at least 120 cruise ships.
waters could severely damage the cruise ship industry, which was worth $19.
Last February, a cruise ship visited the Port of Chiapas for the first time.
From 1993 to 1998, for example, the number of cruise ship passengers in the United States increased by 50% (26).
Representatives Sam Farr (D-CA) and Chris Shays (R-CT) for introducing the Clean Cruise Ships Act, "a visionary bill that will protect America's coasts and coastal communities from cruise ship pollution.
The Campaign to Safeguard America's Waters (C-SAW) continues to move Alaska's Cruise Ship Ballot Initiative (CSBI) forward.
To address this issue, Oceana has launched the Stop Cruise Ship Pollution campaign with two goals in mind: create federal legislation in the U.
It was the inaugural visit of the Columbus, a 420-passenger cruise ship filled to the gunnels with German tourists, a spectacle not seen in these parts since the days of great passenger steamships that petered out in the 1950s.