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At the 2017 CES Gadget Show in Las Vegas, Carnival Cruises unveiled futuristic technology which will be debuted on their Royal Princess ship this year. The technology centres on giving all passengers a wearable coin-sized ‘medallion’ tracker, which will help the ship and crew better serve the customer.
We’ve all arrived home from a fabulous holiday only to realise that we’ve left something behind, for example a pair of sunglasses or perhaps some clothing, but now a number of cruise staff have been surveyed to find the weirdest and things left behind by passengers.
Cruising specialist Carnival has recently agreed a deal with the Cuban Government to allow US cruises to stop in Cuba for the first time in 50 years. Starting 1st May, Carnival will begin sending its 704 passenger MV Adonia cruise on the new route from Miami to Cuba, stopping in Havana, Cienfuegos and Santiago de Cuba.
Cruise ships can be like floating cities, packed with restaurants, shops, entertainment and even a doctor’s surgery. However, many people fail to realise that these on board clinics are run by private medical firms, and so doctors will charge patients for their time and treatment.
The Seven Seas Navigator cruise ship isn’t due to set sail until January 2017, but within one day of tickets going on sales, 70% of the voyage was snapped up. With packages costing between £35,000 and £200,000 you may be wondering what makes this cruise so special.
Cruises are the perfect holiday option for anyone looking to travel the world in style, whilst also keeping a sense of community. However, recent research has found that cruise companies are discriminating against solo travellers, by charging them additional supplements.
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