Cruise Ship Innovations, New Terminals & More

Quantum of the Seas is the newest cruise ship in the Royal Caribbean fleet.

Cruise Ship Innovations:

New Quantum Of The Seas Cruise Ship Innovations Set The Standard

- As the world’s largest cruise ships , twin sisters Oasis and Allure of the Seas are so big that each vessel is divided into neighborhoods. Either can only call at ports designed to handle the massive ship and those who have sailed the 225,000-ton
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Rumors of two new Disney Cruise Line ships are greatly exaggerated

So it’s no surprise that folks are buzzing over the latest Disney rumor, the one about the Disney Cruise Line adding a new cruise ship or two to its fleet in the coming years. It’s simply not true, according to a Disney Cruise Line official. To give you an example of how far
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Auckland terminal doubles in size to accommodate mega-ships

Auckland’s new cruise terminal on Queens Wharf, double the size of the current facility, can’t open soon enough to deal with the 250 percent growth in the number of cruise ships visiting New Zealand over the past five years. The refurbished cruise ship terminal will be lit up with New Zealand’s biggest solar installation, a $200,000 system that has been installed on the roof of Shed 10, the century-old historic cargo shed on Queen’s Wharf.

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Big means truly humongous: New cruise ships visit UK

Cruise company NCL, will showcase Norwegian Breakaway to travel partners and media in both Europe and the United States during four inaugural sailings, prior to the ship entering weekly summer service to Bermuda from New York City. Following delivery
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Cruisers Eagerly Await 2013′s Best New Cruise Ships

Cruise Experts Cite Popular Features Expected to “Wow” Travelers. Vacationers will be able to choose from an impressive 22 new ships cruising oceans and rivers around the world in
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Cruise New Zealand and discover islands of contrast

Larger cruise ships usually only make two or three stops in New Zealand and cannot access the more isolated parts that Caledonian Sky can reach, especially with its fleet of inflatable Zodiac craft. This means that otherwise inaccessible inlets and
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Luxury cruise adventures compiled by Andrew Kruglanski,

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