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AGENTS BEWARE: Australia’s first-ever cruise metasearch engine launches

Are you an agent who’s been busy keeping one eye on Google and another on Amazon? Well, you might want to start looking into cloning yourself after reading this news.

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Aussie flights affected by Iran missile attacks, cruise lines on high alert

by Ali Coulton

Iranian missile attacks on US airbases in Iraq may cause longer flight times for Aussies travelling to Europe, as well as amended cruise itineraries.

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“Fiasco da Gama”: engine alarm triggers cruise ship blackout

Passengers onboard the Vasco da Gama were left without power and water, with some saying they are thankful the ship didn’t sink.

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SeaDream tears up contract for new ship

Set to arrive in 2021, SeaDream Innovation was touted to be world’s most advanced hybrid ship. Now there will be no ship at all.

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Cruise Wrap: Royal’s $165m ship revamp, CLIA’s new airline partnership + MORE

One thing Travel Weekly can guarantee with this Cruise Wrap is you won’t feel seasick while reading it – unless you’re on a ship, of course.

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There’s a Game of Thrones cruise coming in 2021

Mega-fans of the uber-popular series rejoice! One company has just announced it will cruise to all your favourite GoT filming locations on a specially kitted-out luxury ship.

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Cruise passengers riot, demand refund over missed ports and blocked toilets

by Ali Coulton

Passengers were so outraged by their experience that they took to the ship’s atrium to wave signs and shout things. Some even dedicated entire Twitter accounts to the cause.

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WATCH: Huge cruise ship breaks record squeezing through Corinth Canal

The ship’s 929 passengers would have almost been able to touch the sides of the canal. Talk about a tight fit!

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Cruise wrap: Virgin Voyages’ commission commitment, Cruise360 sets course for Brisbane + MORE

This week’s cruise wrap could be best described as the Titanic of all cruise wraps. In that it’s huge – not that it will sink.

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Tasmania sets sights on cruise tourism boost with plans for new regional ports

by Christian Fleetwood

Tasmania has set an ambitious three-year plan to have suitable cruise vessels, small to large, visiting regional ports across the state.

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Venice cruise ship reforms to have limited impact, expert says

It appears the plans of Italy’s transport minister to curb cruising in Venice’s historic city centre have been given a bit of a reality check.

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WATCH: Flight Centre agents get pranked by Avalon Waterways

Don’t worry, no agents were harmed in the making of this clip. In fact, they were rewarded with some flowers and a bottle of bubbly for their troubles.

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