Cruise giant Carnival Corp. orders nine new ships – USA TODAY


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Cruise giant Carnival Corp. orders nine new ships
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Carnival said the new ships are expected to serve established cruise markets in North America and Europe, as well as newer markets, including China. Other brands owned by Carnival Corp. include Italy-based Costa Cruises, which is growing rapidly in …
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Viking River Cruises christens 12 new ships – USA TODAY


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Viking River Cruises christens 12 new ships
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Viking River Cruises hit another milestone today with the launch of no less than twelve new river cruise ships in a gala christening ceremony with the line's employees serving as godmothers. At the event, Viking Cruises CEO Torsten Hagen stated, "Our
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Princess Cruises cancels Tunisia call in wake of attack – USA TODAY


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Princess Cruises cancels Tunisia call in wake of attack
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Princess Cruises is joining the list of cruise lines canceling calls in Tunisia in the wake of Wednesday's terrorist attack. The California-based company tells USA TODAY that a June 1 visit to the Tunisian capital of Tunis scheduled for the 3,080
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Man partially severs thumb on cruise out of Houston – KHOU


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Man partially severs thumb on cruise out of Houston
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HOUSTON – A man partially severed his thumb in an accident on-board a cruise ship that had just left Houston late Sunday, the Coast Guard said. The Captain of the Emerald Princess contacted the U.S. Coast Guard in Houston-Galveston around 8:30 p.m. to …

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