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a passenger ship used commercially for pleasure cruises

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The Variety Voyager - part of the Variety Cruises fleet - made her fifth and final call to the Highland capital late last month, drawing to a close the port's cruise ship season.
Last year, 60 percent of Americans were expressing that cruise ships could handle medical emergencies.
NCSI stated that cruise ships brought 187,000 tourists to the sultanate until May, an increase of 48 per cent compared to the same period of 2018.
Transport minister Danilo Toninelli said: "Today's accident in the port of Venice proves that cruise ships shouldn't be allowed to pass down the Giudecca any more.
by Times News Service The visit of the Karnika is part of the efforts of the Ministry of Tourism to develop the cruise ship sector.
In total, there are set to be more than 40 visits from cruise ships and super yachts this summer, bringing more than 25,000 passengers.
Instead, cruise ships are encouraged to visit other alternative destinations such as 'Subic, Bataan, Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Sur, Iloilo, Bohol [Tagbilaran Port], [and] Bacolod,' according to Undersecretary for Tourism Regulation Coordination and Resource Generation Arturo P.
According to hoteliers, the arrival of six cruise ships at the Kenyan coast was a sign of confidence for the destination, but the government needs to keep on marketing this destination.
According to the manager of a travel service company headquartered in Ho Chi Minh City, most cruise travellers are from middle-class families that have few occasions to spend their money on cruise ships. Each of them spends an average of $100 during their 10-hour trip ashore.
The Port of Hualien in eastern Taiwan on Monday welcomed Westerdam, the first international cruise ship to call at the harbor this year.
Cruise ships generally making a stop in Boracay carry around 1,500 to 4,500 passengers and crew.
A group of business operators and residents on the island had asked the task force to ban cruise ships from visiting the island to help regulate the number of tourist arrivals and ensure that the carrying capacity of 55,000 residents and tourists at any given time was not exceeded.
Shaikh Khaled bin Humood Al Khalifa revealed that cruise ships arriving in the Kingdom will increase by 26% compared to the previous year.
Factors such as the improved infrastructure of cruise ships and the broad range of travel options are keeping the demand for cruise holidays at high levels.