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A-ROSA’s regional director predicts faster rebound for river cruising

by Huntley Mitchell

Travel Weekly chews the fat with the delightful Birgit Eisbrenner about all things cruising, including A-ROSA’s plans to restart this month.

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Small-ship luxury expedition cruising set for “strong comeback”: Ponant APAC boss

by Huntley Mitchell

We caught up with Ponant’s Monique Ponfoort (while maintaining a 1.5m gap, of course) to find out how the cruise line is coping amid all this corona-craziness and how she expects the sector to bounce back.

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The ultimate agent guide to expedition cruising

Travel agents need to be ready and raring to go once cruising resumes, so consider this one-stop resource the perfect training.

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CLIA works to rebuild trust in cruising post-coronavirus

The cruise industry is getting ready to welcome guests back on board with hefty new health and safety measures that go just short of wrapping them in bubble wrap.

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Q&A with Savenio’s David Brandon: “Agents need to stop selling packages”

by Daisy Doctor

For Brandon, there are better ways to value-add than packages. Meanwhile, we value-added on a personal level by combing our hair for the first time this year.

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Everything you need to know from CLIA’s 2018 report

by Daisy Doctor

We’ve got to say, this is an awesome back-to-work article. It’s filled with key insights about the industry and also makes for great wanderlust inspiration.

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Woman dies falling from balcony on US cruise

An unidentified woman has died on a cruise having fallen from her cabin balcony onto the deck several floors below.

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Petition to ban cruises in Tasmanian parks grows

by Daisy Doctor

Support is being thrown behind a new petition which seeks to ban large cruise ships in Tassie. People are signing it that is, not throwing themselves at it.

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What are people’s biggest cruise fears?

Cruising is feared by people the world over. Although we’re not suggesting ships are sneaking up behind people and scaring them.

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Midweek Interview with Norwegian Cruise Line’s Ben Angell

Norwegian Cruise’s Ben Angell, Vice President Marketing sat down in the Millionaire hot seat challenge, though he didn’t get paid a single cent.

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Midweek Interview with Oceania Cruises’ Steve McLaughlin

Oceania Cruises’ Steve McLaughlin spins Travel Weekly’s all-revealing roulette of truth. OK, we interviewed him and made him tea.

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Aussies’ love of luxury impacts global cruising

Speaking of luxurious, we found $2 in our pocket and were able to add tomato into our ham and cheese croissant this morning.

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