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French shipyard lands order for world’s largest cruise ship

Saint-nazaire - STX Europe shipyards, at Saint Nazaire on France’s Atlantic coast, and leading cruise company, Miami based Royal Caribbean Cruises, recently signed an agreement which will see the world’s largest cruise ship being built at the French shipyard.

French port marks 150th Anniversary of Transatlantic Steamships

On April 14, 2012 the sea port of Saint Nazaire in western France will mark the 150th anniversary of the creation of the first regular steamship service between France and the Americas.

Cruise ship employee arrested for sex with 16-year-old passenger

Tampa - A man working on a cruise ship was recently arrested for allegedly having sexual relations with an underage teenager after the two met at a stop in Mexico.

Cruise Ships Routinely Dump Trash in the Caribbean Sea

Cruise ships are dumping solid waste into the Caribbean Sea, despite a ban, and there’s nothing anyone can do about it right now.

TSA Project Streamlines Bag Screening for Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship Passengers

WASHINGTON - A project to streamline baggage screening for Royal Caribbean cruise ship passengers catching flights on American Airlines is being studied at the Port of Miami as a way to reduce travel hassles for air/sea travelers, top Transportation Se...
 

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Royal Caribbean s Oasis of the Seas will be a sister ship to the new ocean liner to be constructed a...
Royal Caribbean's Oasis of the Seas will be a sister ship to the new ocean liner to be constructed at Saint Nazaire, France
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Downtown Vancouver and Coal Harbour seen from Stanley Park.
Downtown Vancouver and Coal Harbour seen from Stanley Park.
BC Ferries Terminal at beautiful Horseshoe Bay in West Vancouver.
BC Ferries Terminal at beautiful Horseshoe Bay in West Vancouver.
Ulukhaktok (Holman Island) is a traditional home of the Copper Eskimos. Franklin was the first Europ...
Ulukhaktok (Holman Island) is a traditional home of the Copper Eskimos. Franklin was the first European to visit the area, and Collinson soon followed in search of the lost Franklin expedition. Habitation of the island was first reported by Steffanson in 1911 when two villages were sited. The Hudson Bay Company post opened in 1940 and the Holman Eskimo Cooperative was formed in 1961.
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Downtown Vancouver  Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal  and the Vancouver Convention Centre.
Downtown Vancouver, Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal, and the Vancouver Convention Centre.
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Carnival Splendor
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View from Vancouver across Burrard Inlet towards North Vancouver and the North Shore Mountains.
View from Vancouver across Burrard Inlet towards North Vancouver and the North Shore Mountains.
Vancouver skyline and Burrard Inlet seen from North Vancouver.
Vancouver skyline and Burrard Inlet seen from North Vancouver.
Cruise ships in Tallinn Passenger Port of Tallinn  Estonia. After 10 years of negotiations  regulati...
Cruise ships in Tallinn Passenger Port of Tallinn, Estonia. After 10 years of negotiations, regulations were finally approved stopping the dumping of raw sewage from cruise ships into the Baltic Sea.
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