Thursday, June 19, 2014

Cruise News Daily Headlines for June 19, 2014

* Overboard from MSC Divina
A passenger went overboard from MSC Divina Wednesday afternoon as the ship sailed off the coast of Brazil.

* AIDA Is Going to the Dogs
Usually we are writing about the German cruise industry being on the cutting edge, so this item may seem rather strange to our American readers. In America we are used to guide dogs and other service animals going everywhere. It’s actually mandated by law and expanded to include all sorts of service animals - various types (not just dogs) performing a multitude of tasks for those who are differently-abled.
   So it comes as something of a surprise that we are reporting that last month Carnival’s German brand, AIDA says they carried their first guide dog.

* Take a Look Around
A couple of weeks ago, we told you about the nine new single staterooms built aboard Queen Elizabeth (the ship). Today Cunard unveiled the rest of the multi-million-dollar refurbishment aboard the four-year-old vessel in the new video below.

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