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NCLH aims for carbon neutrality with new long-term strategy

Meanwhile, Travel Weekly’s editor is attempting to reduce his emissions by avoiding foods that cause him to break wind.

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Carnival posts $2.6 billion first-quarter loss

The cruise giant has laid bare its quarterly financials, and it appears head office will have to wait patiently for a new Nespresso machine.

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Norwegian launches agent incentives across all three brands

As the saying goes, all good things come in threes … except if there were four incentives being offered, of course.

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Scenic names new boss of global cruise operations

Scenic staff reportedly used traditional nautical lingo in welcoming their newest colleague by collectively yelling “AHOY!” and “ARR ME HEARTY!” at him as he entered the office.

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Genting Hong Kong appoints new deputy CEO and executive director following resignation

by Huntley Mitchell

The Asian cruise company has plugged some holes in its management team, and has insisted that shareholders need not worry about the deputy CEO’s resignation.

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Carnival commits to reducing its carbon emissions by 40 per cent by 2030

The world’s largest cruise company has released its annual sustainability report for 2019, revealing it has kicked some pretty high goals when it comes to pollution reduction.

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Royal Caribbean posts $2.3 billion quarterly loss, but 2021 bookings “trending well”

by Huntley Mitchell

With its global cruise operations having been suspended since March, Royal Caribbean’s quarterly results come as no surprise.

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Norwegian confident of withstanding “scenario of prolonged voyage suspensions” despite $997m loss

by Huntley Mitchell

CEO Frank Del Rio remains upbeat about the future of the cruise company, which swung to a big loss in the second quarter of 2020.

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Royal Caribbean updates corporate identity

The cruise giant has given itself a new lick of paint for the first time in 20 years.

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Carnival to scrap 13 ships from fleet, as demand continues for 2021 sailings

by Huntley Mitchell

The cruise giant is set to say “bon voyage” to more ships. In more positive news, however, next year’s bookings are going strong.

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Royal Caribbean assumes full ownership of Silversea

The bosses at Royal Caribbean would no doubt be enjoying a vintage bottle of Dom Pérignon rosé and some beluga caviar in celebration of this ultra-luxe news.

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Carnival to offload six ships, announces executive reshuffle

by Huntley Mitchell

The cruise giant has provided an insight into just how much it is struggling amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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