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Norwegian Bliss cruise ship has a Go-Kart track on its top deck | Daily

Norwegian Bliss cruise ship has a Go-Kart track on its top deck | Daily | Cruise Industry Trends | Scoop.it
The outlandish track is the largest competitive race track at sea and a first for any North America-based cruise ship. The vessel left Southampton for New York on Saturday on her maiden voyage.
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Jasmine Roig's comment, June 1, 8:33 AM
This article was very cool and entertaining to read! They have built a track on the top deck. This is a FIRST for any North- America based cruise ship. My initial thoughts were dangers of this with electricity and use of power? I would love to hear peoples thoughts I what they think!
Lucy Mathieu's curator insight, July 27, 9:00 PM
That is great there will be go karting. I have always waned to try that.
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Royal Caribbean Looking at Longer Stays at Private Islands, New Island in Asia

Royal Caribbean Looking at Longer Stays at Private Islands, New Island in Asia | Cruise Industry Trends | Scoop.it

Royal Caribbean is expanding their “Perfect Day” private island project by consider longer stays and overnights, and purchasing a new private island in the Asia-Pacific region! This is a $200 million project currently underway at Coco Cay in the Bahamas. Royal Caribbean is transforming the island into more of a theme park featuring multiple waterslides, a wave pool, helium balloon ride, zip line, and a freshwater pool. The first phase is set to open this summer. According to Royal Caribbean’s CEO Michael Bayley, the next stage is to have longer stays in the Perfect Day till 11 o’clock at night. The line is building the project so that all the lighting and infrastructure is in place. The phase after that would be overnights. They predict late nights will be a hit and are wondering if even an entire weekend will be a hit. It had also been noted that the natural extension of spending more time on the private island would be a form of accommodation. If they decide to offer overnight accommodation, it was expressed in the article that they would keep this matter relatively small, perhaps only about 10 cabanas. The goal is not to produce a volume proposition. In regards to their plan in buying the Asia Pacific island, the exact location has not been disclosed, but Baylay did disclose that the location “logically” would be near one of it’s three main source markets in that region (Australia, China, and Singapore). Further announcements are to come in the coming months. The line is currently engaged in several discussions and negotiations among a couple of destinations in the Asia Pacific and it was disclosed that they are close to finalizing the details to make an announcement in July. The article concluded that large enhancements are hoping to be made in Labadee, Haiti (their own private island) soon too. This struck of great interest to me as this is a port I have visited with Royal Caribbean in the past!

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Work Starts On Ultra-Luxury Cruise Ship "Seven Seas Splendor"

Work Starts On Ultra-Luxury Cruise Ship "Seven Seas Splendor" | Cruise Industry Trends | Scoop.it
The steel cutting ceremony of “Seven Seas Splendor”, the second ultra-luxury cruise ship which Fincantieri will build for Regent Seven Seas Cruises, a brand of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, took place today at Fincantieri’s shipyard in Ancona.
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New Norwegian Cruise Line PortMiami Terminal Breaks Ground

New Norwegian Cruise Line PortMiami Terminal Breaks Ground | Cruise Industry Trends | Scoop.it
Norwegian Cruise Line has reached a major construction milestone with its new PortMiami cruise terminal. The cruise line broke ground and now the development is well underway since starting on May 1, 2018.
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New Cruise Ships Built to Dazzle Newcomers –

New Cruise Ships Built to Dazzle Newcomers – | Cruise Industry Trends | Scoop.it
What's new in cruising for 2018? As usual, there's lots of razzle-dazzle — laser tag, water slides, zip lines and massive LED screens — along with a continued emphasis on healthy lifestyle options, from dining to fitness. But there are also changes underway in ship design, itineraries and who's cruising. Design,
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Norwegian Bliss: First look inside new Norwegian Cruise Line ship

Norwegian Bliss: First look inside new Norwegian Cruise Line ship | Cruise Industry Trends | Scoop.it
What's it like on Norwegian Bliss, the giant new ship from Norwegian Cruise Line? USA TODAY offers an exclusive first look in advance of the vessel's maiden voyage.
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The new Ritz-Carlton luxury cruise ships are designed for ‘the 1 per cent of global travellers’ | Style Magazine

The new Ritz-Carlton luxury cruise ships are designed for ‘the 1 per cent of global travellers’ | Style Magazine | Cruise Industry Trends | Scoop.it
Somewhere between a private superyacht and a small ocean liner, the new cruise ships are set to become operational in 2020 – with reservations being taken from next month
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Princess Cruises Announces Discovery at SEA Program Lineup - Cruise Industry News | Cruise News

Princess Cruises Announces Discovery at SEA Program Lineup - Cruise Industry News | Cruise News | Cruise Industry Trends | Scoop.it
Princess Cruises has announced the 2018 Encounters with Discovery at SEA speaker series program. From astronomy, sports, and entertainment to po
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European river cruises get radical makeover with immersive experiences, exercise - Chicago Tribune

European river cruises get radical makeover with immersive experiences, exercise - Chicago Tribune | Cruise Industry Trends | Scoop.it
What’s new in European river-cruising: a focus on tours that dig into local life, a rise in special-interest trips and programming for every fitness level.
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Why did Silversea chop one of its cruise ships in half? To add more space

Why did Silversea chop one of its cruise ships in half? To add more space | Cruise Industry Trends | Scoop.it
Ships are getting bigger, but not usually this way. The cruise line chopped the Silver Spirit to insert a 49-foot segment in the middle.
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7 Cruise Line Private Islands and Who Owns Them - Cruise Critic

7 Cruise Line Private Islands and Who Owns Them - Cruise Critic | Cruise Industry Trends | Scoop.it
Since the 1990s, cruise lines have been investing in land-based private islands that allow them to offer passengers exclusive beach time as an extension of the onboard experience. Check out our guide to seven cruise line private islands to plan your next cruise.
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12 Cruise Ships With Incredible Pools

12 Cruise Ships With Incredible Pools | Cruise Industry Trends | Scoop.it
As every cruise junkie knows, pools are where all the action is. Read on for the most incredible pools, water slides, and water parks at sea.
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Cruise Lines Launch Their Biggest Cruise Ships Yet

Cruise Lines Launch Their Biggest Cruise Ships Yet | Cruise Industry Trends | Scoop.it
Over the past month, three of the most popular cruise lines have launched their largest cruise ships to date.  Royal Caribbean, Carnival Cruise Line, and Norwegian Cruise Line have all launched new ships that keep changing the way we cruise.
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Not your grandma's cruise ship: New technology coming in the next few years - Chicago Tribune

Not your grandma's cruise ship: New technology coming in the next few years - Chicago Tribune | Cruise Industry Trends | Scoop.it
The cruising industry is at the cusp of a technological revolution that, for the most part, spells good news for consumers.
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Construction Begins on Norwegian Cruise Line's New Terminal at PortMiami

Construction Begins on Norwegian Cruise Line's New Terminal at PortMiami | Cruise Industry Trends | Scoop.it
Norwegian Cruise Line broke ground earlier today on their new state-of-the-art terminal at the Cruise Capital of the World, PortMiami.The state-of-the-art terminal is scheduled for completion by the fall of 2019, as Norwegian Encore, the newest ship of the Breakaway Plus class, debuts in Miami with...
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Maricruz Alfonso's comment, May 22, 9:35 PM
This is great! It's going to look amazing!
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Cruise Lines Offering Free Drink Packages on Their Cruise Ships

Cruise Lines Offering Free Drink Packages on Their Cruise Ships | Cruise Industry Trends | Scoop.it
Several cruise lines are offering free drink packages when you purchase a cruise on one of their cruise ships. From Celebrity Cruises to Norwegian Cruise Line, here are the four cruise lines currently offering free drink packages.
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Maricruz Alfonso's comment, May 30, 10:55 PM
This deal is awesome, it's a great way to grow business and make your passengers happy!
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Norwegian Bliss Makes Panama Canal History

Norwegian Bliss Makes Panama Canal History | Cruise Industry Trends | Scoop.it
The 16th ship in the Norwegian Cruise Line fleet accommodates nearly 5,000 passengers.
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Symphony of the Seas: New video goes inside giant cruise ship

Symphony of the Seas: New video goes inside giant cruise ship | Cruise Industry Trends | Scoop.it
What's it like inside Royal Caribbean's giant Symphony of the Seas, the world's largest cruise ship? New USA TODAY video offers a peek.
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Old Ships vs. New Ships: What's In a Cruise Ship's Age? - Cruise Critic

Old Ships vs. New Ships: What's In a Cruise Ship's Age? - Cruise Critic | Cruise Industry Trends | Scoop.it
Do you want to cruise on an old ship or a new ship? We've compiled a list of elements to consider before making a choice.
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Lucy Mathieu's curator insight, July 27, 8:58 PM
Newer ships are bigger and offer more entertainment. While smaller ships are smaller and more intimate.
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Oceania Cruises Unveils 16 New Culinary Classes - Cruise Industry News | Cruise News

Oceania Cruises Unveils 16 New Culinary Classes - Cruise Industry News | Cruise News | Cruise Industry Trends | Scoop.it
Oceania Cruises announced ti is adding 16 new cooking classes for the 2018 European season aboard the 1,250-guest Marina and Riviera. The new program
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Maricruz Alfonso's comment, May 16, 9:23 AM
This is awesome, such a great opportunity to have on a cruise ship!
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11 new ways technology is transforming cruise ships

11 new ways technology is transforming cruise ships | Cruise Industry Trends | Scoop.it
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Maricruz Alfonso's comment, May 22, 9:37 PM
Technology on cruise ships is going to be the next big thing!
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Lindblad Expeditions Unveils Short Galapagos Cruises - Lindblad Expeditions

Lindblad Expeditions Unveils Short Galapagos Cruises - Lindblad Expeditions | Cruise Industry Trends | Scoop.it
Lindblad Expeditions will sail a series of short one-week Galapagos cruises in 2018 and 2019, giving vacationally-challenged people the opportunity to see the bucket list destination without spending too much time away from home or work.
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The Cruise Industry Business Model Evolves

The Cruise Industry Business Model Evolves | Cruise Industry Trends | Scoop.it
Shifting populations, desirable destinations and yes – economics – drive the cruise industry of tomorrow. Unlike the cargo side of shipping…
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People Are Key - Cruise Industry News | Cruise News

People Are Key - Cruise Industry News | Cruise News | Cruise Industry Trends | Scoop.it
With 51 ships and some 60,000 employees at the six brands he is overseeing, Kruse said: “My key focus is on the people side right now, making sure w
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