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Worries over Air Quality on Cruise Ships

Posted on February 15, 2017

According to recent scientific investigations, pollution levels are 60 times higher than ‘fresh air’ on cruise ships. The research, commissioned by Thalassa (a French documentary television series), was carried out on abroad a ship leaving Marseille, and is now warning people against the potential health implications.

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ABTA Report on Cruising Trends

Posted on November 09, 2016

According to the Association of British Travel Agents’ (ABTA’s) annual Holiday Habits report, cruising is currently the 7th most popular holiday type, with 8% of all Brits taking a cruise in the last 12 months. Of these people, 68% would be happy to go on another cruise, with only 32% preferring not to cruise again.

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The World’s Biggest Cruise Ship Unveiled

Posted on June 22, 2016

Last month the World’s largest cruise ship (330 foot longer than the Titanic) set sail from Southampton for its maiden voyage. The ship, which is longer than four football pitches and the Eiffel Tower at 1,188 feet long, can carry 6,780 passengers and is worth a cool £800million.

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Submarines are the Latest Trend in Cruising

Posted on April 13, 2016

At some point during a cruise, most people will stare out across the ocean and picture what lies beneath the rippling surface, but now you can see for yourself thanks to Holland-based company U-Boat Worx, which has launched three new luxury submarines designed for cruise ships.

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Futuristic Cruise Ships ready by 2017

Posted on January 27, 2016

MSC, the largest privately owned cruise company in the world, have announced the creation of five new futuristic mega ships, two of which will be ready to sail by the end of 2017.

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Cruising: The Growing Travel Passion

Posted on November 18, 2015

The Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA) like to keep an eye on travel trends, and recently they focussed their attentions on the growing popularity of cruise holidays.

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Cruise Captains Banned from Shaking Passenger’s Hands

Posted on August 26, 2015

Cruise ships can, unfortunately, be a hot bed for nasty viruses, allowing bacteria to thrive in cabins and spread easily between passengers. To try and prevent viruses from spreading, some cruise lines are taking extreme steps, including banning Captains from shaking their passenger’s hands.

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Cunard’s Three Queens Celebrate 175th Anniversary

Posted on June 10, 2015

To celebrate the 175th anniversary of Cunard’s fleet, photographer James Morgan has launched a display of behind the scenes images at the Cunard Building in Liverpool, entitled the ‘OneSevenFive Exhibition’.

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100th Voyage Celebrations for Cruise Crazy Couple

Posted on March 31, 2015

The moment you find the perfect holiday is hard to top – the accommodation, the food, the entertainment, when everything just clicks into place you know you will be returning year on year. However, one couple from Florida have taken this to the extreme, and have just completed their 100th cruise on the same ship.

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