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USA TODAY

Inside the Carnival Cruise Line ships that made cruising history
USA TODAY
Nostalgic for the early days of cruising? Our latest Cruise Ship Tour, in the carousel above, looks back at cruise giant Carnival's first three vessels — Mardi Gras, Carnivale and Festivale. Originally built in Britain as ocean liners and converted by ...

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Los Angeles Times

Royal Caribbean bans support animals from cruises
Los Angeles Times
Royal Caribbean International will no longer accept emotional support animals onboard its ships. Cruise passengers who have existing reservations that include support animals will be allowed to bring them aboard but no new reservations will be accepted.
Should Value Investors Pick Royal Caribbean Cruises (RCL) Stock?Zacks.com
Royal Caribbean will no longer allow emotional support animals on cruisesTampa Bay Times
Cruises now a popular vacation option for Malaysians - Nation | The ...The Star Online
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Fox News

Royal Caribbean reportedly bans emotional support animals from all cruises
MarketWatch
Royal Caribbean International RCL, +2.44% the world's second largest cruise line by passenger market share, will no longer allow passengers to bring emotional support animals with them aboard its ships, effective immediately, a cruise industry blog ...
Emotional support animals face restrictions in Southwest airlines, Royal Caribbean cruises, reports sayFox News
Royal Caribbean bans emotional support animals from cruises ...Orlando Sentinel
Cruise line updates one ship for short cruisesLeader-Telegram
Markets Insider -Cruise Critic -Cruise Fever
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USA TODAY

Cruise ship pool decks: These ships are our picks for the best
USA TODAY
Which cruise ships have the best pool decks? In its latest Cruise Ship Tour, USA TODAY looks at more than half a dozen vessels with over-the-top deck-top fun ...
Cruise Lines 2018 Q2 Breakdown: By the NumbersCruise Industry News

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Caribbean Journal

Regent Seven Seas Ramping Up Cuba Cruises
Caribbean Journal
By the Caribbean Journal staff. Ultra-luxe cruise line Regent Seven Seas is expanding its Cuba cruises in a big way. The line's new Seven Seas Splendor ship will make a splash in its inaugural year, sailing a total of nine times beginning when it ...

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Gazettextra

Craig cruises past Parker in Big Eight girls tennis
Gazettextra
JANESVILLE. Janesville Craig's girls tennis team continued its strong start to the season Thursday. The Cougars won six of seven matches against crosstown rival Janesville Parker en route to a 6-1 Big Eight Conference dual-meet win at Palmer Park ...



Forbes

CEO Of Celebrity Cruises, On Creating A Differentiated Customer Experience
Forbes
I talked with the CEO of Celebrity Cruises, Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, to better understand how she and her company have been able to build a world-leading brand that strives, and has been recognized as delivering, a superior customer experience. Below are ...



SFGate

Review: Viking River Cruise through Europe
SFGate
One of the hottest travel trends of the last decade has been the rapid rise in popularity of European river cruises. I've been reading about them, writing about them, seeing the ads when watching Downton Abbey and wondering about them for years.



Wall Street Journal

The Debate Over Cruise Vacations: Wonderful or Torturous?
Wall Street Journal
What about those small luxury cruise ships, full of like-minded folks, headed far up a lazy river? Sounds good, but I have a problem with them too. I am by nature an Existentialist. I need chores—a rock to roll up the hill every day—to give my ...



Seatrade Cruise News

Cruises are going ahead following Genoa bridge collapse
Seatrade Cruise News
The collapse of a highway bridge in the heart of Genoa on Tuesday killed 37 people. It also touched the cruise world, since Genoa is the home of Costa Cruises, and Stazioni Marittime is among the Mediterranean's busiest ports.


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