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Colombia To Open New International Cruise Port

Local authorities want to promote La Guajira as an attractive tourism destination and allow international cruises to disembark The Colombian government and the local private industry are planning on getting more involved in the international cruise industry this year, and taking advantage of the increasing interest from tourists in the region.  Local authorities have announced …

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U.S Cruise Lines Must Give Passengers Refunds For Cancelled or Delayed Sailings

Customers are now entitled to a refund of all money, including fees Have you seen a recent cruise itinerary being canceled? It has been a trend since the pandemic and many passengers have doubts and fears when it comes to planning a cruise vacation, but now they will be able to book with confidence.  The …

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Oceania Cruises Announces New Around The World Cruise For 2024

The cruise line will start selling tickets on March 2 for the world cruise Oceania Cruises recently released its “2024 Around the Worlds in 180 Days” itinerary where travelers will get to visit 96 destinations and 34 countries. Reservations open on March 2 and tickets start at $47,099 per guest. And for those who prefer …

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CDC Removes Level 4 Travel Advisory To ‘Avoid All Cruises’

The CDC has officially lowered its warning level for cruises, in a move that is bound to be a welcome relief for both the weary cruise industry and cruise enthusiasts alike. The decision to lower the warning levels comes just days after the CDC updated its optional guidelines for the cruise industry, and is the …

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