Cruise news: Overbooking happens for ships, too

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CRUISE
April 25, 2017
Overbooking happens for ships, too
Since cruises, unlike airlines and hotels, rarely have cancellations or no-shows, it’s hard to understand how overselling can occur.
Empress of the Seas makes first call in Havana
After returning to Miami, the Empress will reposition to Tampa for the summer season, offering four, five and six-night sailings that include day and overnight visits to Havana.
‘Jersey Boys’ to be featured show on Norwegian Bliss
The show won a Tony award for best musical in 2006, and Norwegian Cruise Line CEO Andy Stuart said it will be the only Broadway musical on a cruise ship to have done so.
David Crooks wins CLIA’s Lifetime Achievement Award
Crooks is senior vice president of product and operations at World Travel Holdings. He has been with the company since its inception in 1986.
Mazloum departs Crystal Cruises, company reorganizes
The company’s longtime executive and most recently its COO is leaving for an opportunity outside the cruise industry.
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Good fun that is funny: Carnival Horizon to have Dr. Seuss water park
Dr. Seuss WaterWorks will have two different slides, a kiddie splash zone with dozens of water spray toys and a 150-gallon tipping bucket in the shape of the cat’s hat.
From the Window Seat: Limitations, possibilities
and $70 billion
By Arnie Weissmann
A venture capital gathering focusing on travel tech exposed common wisdom as myth.
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