Thursday, June 5, 2014

Cruise News Daily Headlines for June 5, 2014

* Charlie the Tuna Sends His Thanks
In case it wasn’t marked on your calendar, this is World Ocean Day. In case you didn’t get around to celebrating, Carnival Corp sent a nice enough gift nobody will notice that you forgot.
   The world’s largest cruise company is donating $2.5 million to The Nature Conservancy's global marine protection priorities.
* No Arrest in Navigator Assault
Last week we told you about an alleged sexual assault of a woman by two male passengers aboard Navigator of the Seas when it was in international waters just outside Jamaica. Information is slowly beginning to come out, but once the ship reached Galveston, something important happened.

* Other Things You’ll Want to Know
CND subscribers also read about it being a wonder there's any left for the rest of us ... and the new show on AIDA is not your grandfather's production show (see below).

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The cast of Nayeli aboard AIDAluna. (The Village People were just ahead of their time.)

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