Monday, August 19, 2013

Cruise News Daily Headlines for August 19, 2013

* Celebrity Millennium Awaiting Repairs Again
No, you aren’t having a case of deja vu. Last week it was Seward; this week it’s Ketchikan.

Celebrity Millennium is again experiencing a mechanical problem with one of its two propulsion units. The problem manifested itself yesterday after the ship sailed from Ketchikan. The ship can safely sail with only one unit, but the captain decided to return to Ketchikan to evaluate the issue on Sunday, and it still there at least through Tuesday.

* MSC to Launch 13-Week Radio Show
MSC’s SVP of Sales and Marketing, Ken Muskat, is launching an online radio program beginning this Friday (August 23) talking about - what else - the cruise industry.

The show, Cruise Views, will run for 13 weeks on the VoiceAmerica Variety on Friday’s at 1pm (eastern time).

* Other Things You’ll Want to Know
CND subscribers also read about RCCL getting OK to grow.

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