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[4 Mar 2017 | No Comment | ]

SANTA CLARITA, Calif. (October 4, 2011) — On the heels of revealing the final blog post today capping a year-long collection of inspiring travel stories, Princess Cruises received a coveted 2011 Gold Magellan Award from Travel Weekly magazine for its “50 Essential Experiences: The Travel Bucket List.” The award recognized the company’s blog for its high standard of excellence within the travel industry.The Princess blog, which has gradually revealed 50 personal travel stories over the last year…
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[18 Feb 2011 | No Comment | ]

Javalution (JCOF.PK) Expands Business in Cruise Line Industry
MIAMI, FL–(Marketwire – February 16, 2011) – JCOF-Javalution Coffee Company, ( PINKSHEETS : JCOF ), a fully vertical coffee roasting and distribution company, owner of the Direct Sales Brand JavaFit, and the retail brand, Café La Rica, as well as the category creator of functional gourmet coffee enters supply agreement with Apollo Ship Chandlers, Inc. www.apolloships.com[[[SHIFTIN …
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[19 Jan 2011 | No Comment | ]

Cruise industry buoyed for banner year in 2011
Up to 16 million people are expected to take cruises this year, an increase of 6.6 percent over 2010, with Europe, the Caribbean and Alaska among the top destinations.
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[25 Sep 2010 | No Comment | ]

Several New Ships About to Make a Splash in the Cruise Industry, Says CruiseLineFans
New ships continue to capture the imagination of cruise passengers and advance the cruise travel industry into the 21st century.
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[22 Aug 2010 | No Comment | ]

Port of Brownsville Study Targeting Cruise Industry
PORT OF BROWNSVILLE – A new study aims to bring a cruise ship to the Port of Brownsville. Officials from the Port of Brownsville, South Padre Island and the city of Brownsville commissioned a feasibility study. It cost about $50,000 and is in its second phase. They’re hoping to convince the cruise industry to bring a line to the port next spring. The port, as it is now, can accommodate a ship …
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