Cozumel Port Wants to Levy Tax on Cruise Passengers
The Mexican tourist resort of Cozumel is proposing its first tax on cruise ship passengers.
Severe Flooding in Venice Makes Cruise Lines Scratch their Heads for New Routes
Record flooding in Venice is wreaking havoc all over the famed Italian town. Now it’s so bad it’s preventing cruise ships from docking in the historic city.
MSC Meraviglia Kicks Off Caribbean Cruise Season in Miami
MSC Cruises’ Meraviglia has officially arrived at its new homeport in Miami and begun sailing Caribbean cruises.
MSC Cruises has canceled the first four for Ocean Cay
MSC Cruises has canceled the first four calls that had been scheduled for paying passengers at its MSC Ocean Cay Marine Reserve in the Bahamas. It said the private island near Bimini is not ready for guests.
New Cruise Pier Opens in St. Kitts and Nevis
A new cruise pier has been completed at Port Zante in the Federation of St Kitts and Nevis. The Caribbean port is now capable of having the three largest cruise ships in the world.
MSC Cruises to Go Carbon Neutral by 2020
The statement said that MSC hopes to offset its carbon emissions through projects such as restoring ocean and coastal habitats. 
St. Kitts Welcomed FCCA Operations Team
St. Kitts Minister of Tourism the Hon. Lindsay F.P. Grant in conjunction with the Ministry of Tourism and the St. Kitts Tourism Authority hosted the FCCA Operations Team on island.
Carnival Sunrise Arrives in Fort Lauderdale for Winter Season
The Carnival Sunrise, the former Carnival Triumph, has arrived in Florida for a winter season of Caribbean cruising.
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The Mexican tourist resort of Cozumel is proposing its first tax on cruise ship passengers.

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