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Articles tagged “norwegian cruise line”

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Cruise Lines Continue to Build Private Ports in the Caribbean

The private port program plays into perceptions that cruises aren't authentic travel. But that doesn't appear to bother passengers who prefer a simpler, controlled experience.

Cruise Lines Continue to Build Private Ports in the Caribbean

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More Cruise Lines Are Shuffling Itineraries to Avoid Visits to Turkey

The announcement by Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings to cancel all stops in Turkey this year is the most sweeping yet by an American cruise operator. Now all eyes turn to Carnival and Royal Caribbean.

More Cruise Lines Are Shuffling Itineraries to Avoid Visits to Turkey

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To Get an Edge on Competition Norwegian Cruise Plans to Spend $400 Million

Will a $400 million investment in cruise ships, cuisine and private destinations keep passengers coming back for more? Norwegian Cruise Line is about to find out.

To Get an Edge on Competition Norwegian Cruise Plans to Spend $400 Million

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Norwegian Cruise Line’s New Marketing Tells Guests to ‘Feel Free,’ Spend More

As Norwegian Cruise Line prepares to expand globally, the line is embracing a new brand message that it hopes will resonate internationally. Because “Cruise like a Norwegian” just made some people think of Norway.

Norwegian Cruise Line’s New Marketing Tells Guests to ‘Feel Free,’ Spend More

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Cruise Lines Stopped Paying Lip Service to China – 25 Moments in 2015

25 Moments that Mattered in 2015: To make our selection of 25 moments, we thought back to the stories that drove reader engagement and sparked discussion among both travel experts and the general public. Some stories were quick blips that represented bigger things while others were narratives that built slowly through out the year. Each one, though, spoke to where we are right now when it comes to the big business of global travel.

Cruise Lines Stopped Paying Lip Service to China – 25 Moments in 2015

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Norwegian Cruise Line’s Ambitions Collide With Its Ugly Ships

There are so many new ships out there for cruisers to choose from. Why would they want to sail on an old, ugly one?

Norwegian Cruise Line’s Ambitions Collide With Its Ugly Ships

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Norwegian Cruise Line CEO Says He Will Keep Raising Prices

North American cruisers are extremely price-conscious. They're likely to move away from expensive cruise brands. A robust market of high-spending Chinese vacationers can't emerge soon enough for cruise lines.

Norwegian Cruise Line CEO Says He Will Keep Raising Prices

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Cruise Lines Are Increasing On-Board Fees Because They Can’t Raise Fares

Some lines call them service fees. Others call them gratuities. But one thing is for sure: cruise lines generate income by charging daily fees that aren't included in initial cruise fares. It's unclear whether the money is actually going to those who serve passengers, or represents a growing source of ancillary income to offset other costs. For now, we'll call this phenomenon hate sailing.

Cruise Lines Are Increasing On-Board Fees Because They Can’t Raise Fares

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These Cruise Ships Got Caught Polluting in Alaska

Despite claims that new technology has decreased the pollution caused by cruise ships, Norwegian Cruise Line, Princess Cruises and Holland America Line continue to get busted for violating the law. Will cruise ships really ever go green?

These Cruise Ships Got Caught Polluting in Alaska