Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Cruise News Daily Headlines for November 12, 2013

* Disney to Focus on Caribbean in Early 2015
Disney Cruise Line released their early 2015 deployment plan today, and for the second year in a row, they will have their entire four-ship fleet homeported in Florida for the winter season, with three of the ships at Port Canaveral. Disney Wonder will again be based at Miami.

* Making a Slow Getaway
Meyer Werft said today that they have scheduled Norwegian Getaway’s river conveyance from the yard in Papenburg down the Ems River to the North Sea for this Thursday. This is the slow methodical voyage - backwards - down the relatively shallow river through its various narrow passages. As the largest class of ship Meyer has built so far, things will be even more slow and careful than ever.

* Cunard Has Plans
Cunard is already planning its 175th anniversary in 2015. It’s never too early to start. Their celebration is going center on their previous home of Liverpool with two events.

* Donning the Cool Glasses
Royal Caribbean executives gathered in Papenburg at Meyer Werft recently to walk through their ship (Quantum of the Seas) that isn’t built yet. More

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