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Celebrity Cruises enhances Caribbean itineraries to offer guests even more overnights

Celebrity Cruises is introducing additional overnight stays on more than 40 Caribbean sailings for January 2016 and beyond, more than any other cruise line. The popularity of the luxury cruise brand’s current overnight programme has led to 43 newly enhanced itineraries, giving guests the chance to enjoy exciting evenings in destinations such as Cartagena (Colombia), Philipsburg (St. Maarten), Cozumel (Mexico), Aruba, Curacao and Barbados

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Allure of the Seas debuts in Europe with after extensive dry dock revitalisation

Royal Caribbean International’s Allure of the Seas has emerged from an 18-day dry dock revitalisation and begun her first season of European itineraries.
Whether gliding on an 82-foot zip line, scaling a 43-foot rock-climbing wall or sprawling out 136 feet above sea level in a cantilevered whirlpool, holidaymakers can take advantage of a number of unique, breathtaking bird’s-eye views on board as they sail into some of Europe’s most captivating cities.


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Carnival Cruise Line commits to 33 calls to St. Kitts 

Coming on the heels of high-profile meetings with European cruise lines, St. Kitts new Minister of Tourism, Honourable Lindsay F.P. Grant, has announced there would be 33 calls to St. Kitts from ships of the Carnival UK Group cruise lines during the next two years.

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FCCA Central America Cruise Summit opens to help region actualize cruise tourism's benefits

The FCCA Central America Cruise Summit opened yesterday in San Salvador, El Salvador. Taking place until May 15, the event offers local stakeholders the opportunity to attract and actualize cruise tourism by joining with cruise executives from FCCA's 19 Member Lines for a series of meetings, workshops and networking opportunities..

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Hike the stunning Dolomites with Silversea's new land programme

Set at the foot of the rugged Dolomite Mountains, Cortina d'Ampezzo, the picturesque Italian town that once hosted the Winter Olympics, can now be explored by Silversea guests on a "Hiking in Cortina" land programme.
Cortina is today known as much for its designer boutiques and chic restaurants as its world-class ski competitions. The optional three-night, pre- or post-cruise programme is offered this summer on Mediterranean cruises departing or concluding in Venice.


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