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Cruise Ship Terrorism: "The Elephant in the Room" for 2015

by Jim Walker of cruiselawnews.com We are just a few hours before placing 2015 is in our rear view mirror as we start upon a fresh New Year. So what are the memories which come to mind when we think of taking a cruise in 2015?  And what...
MSC Divina

by Donna Tunney of examiner.com A rogue wave struck the MSC Divina cruise ship Nov. 26 as the ship sailed between Puerto Rico and the Bahamas, TravelMolereports. The 136,000 gross registered ton ship, which carries 3,500 people and is owned by MSC Cruises, is based in Miami. The...

You may have recently read that Carnival has been granted permission by the U.S. Government to cruise to Cuba from Miami. Carnival expects Cuba to quickly grant permission as well. While the U.S. government has strict rules about travel to Cuba, no other country does. Cuba is a popular...

In the March 18, 2015 terrorist attack on the National Bardo Museum in Tunisia, more than 20 foreign tourists were killed and more than 50 more were injured. At the time of the attack, more than 200 tourists were in the area, most from the cruise ships MSC Splendida and the Costa...