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a passenger ship used commercially for pleasure cruises


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The Queen Victoria berthed at the Cruise Liner Terminal Picture: ANDREW TEEBAY
On its return journey around southern Taiwan, the international cruise liner, the Westerdam, was welcomed back to Hualien by the Taiwan International Ports Corporation (TIPC) on April 7, following a brief stop on the other side of the island in Kaohsiung the day previous.
The cruise liner under Windstar Luxury Cruise Line has 372 guests and crew.
The most enticing feature of this event will be audio visual presentations by cruise liners about their features and facilities on board for the 2 billion Indians who are on a continuous search for that perfect getaway, which is a great target audience for the cruise liners wanting more sales and customers.
The contract with a European shipyard comprises equipping two new vessels with one BallastMaster marineX each as well as an option for equipping a third cruise liner. The IMO-certified system with a throughput capacity of 500 m3/h features two-phase operation with mechanical prefiltration and subsequent disinfection of the ballast water by UV treatment without using and generating chemicals.
Extra screening of passengers and crew as well as the strict denial of passengers who have travelled to affected areas or been in contact with victims has been recommended to all cruise liners leaving and arriving at UK ports.
Already this year, the port has welcomed ships from Germany and the US, but restrictions on the size of vessels that can dock there is preventing an increase in numbers of cruise liners.
Brian King, vice chair of Cruise Wales, who runs the company that owns the existing berth at Holyhead said the company had invested substantially in basic amenities to turn what used to be an industrial berth into on that can accommodate cruise liners, but this had been done "in good faith".
AaAaAaAa The visit programme of the tourists on board of the two cruise liners included the major archeological and historical attractions in Dhofar Governorate, as well as, the beaches and traditional markets in the wilayat of Salalah.
ONE of the world's most luxurious cruise liners is to visit Ireland this week.
Andy Thornton Ltd provided decorative lighting for the dining room area aboard the pounds 300m Queen Victoria - the latest addition to Cunard's fleet of luxury cruise liners.
Falmouth Coastguards in Cornwall are helping in the operation because cruise liners can lodge search and rescue plans with them.
It's great to hear that Cardiff is being promoted as a regular stop for large luxury cruise liners in the emerging cruise-liner market.
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