Major Cruise Lines Post Onboard Crime Data Three of the largest cruise lines, all based in Miami, will now post more comprehensive data about serious crimes and allegations that are committed aboard their ships.
Cruise Line Executives Attend Hearing To Address Safety Concerns The presidents of two Miami-based cruise ships lines, following two recent high-profile fires, stood before senators Wednesday at a hearing to defend the industry.
Miami Beach Conference On Future Of Cruise Industry The future of the cruise industry will be discussed this week at the annual Cruise Shipping Miami conference on Miami Beach.
Bookings, Earnings Down At Royal CaribbeanIt's not a great time to be a cruise line company if the latest financial report from Miami-based Royal Caribbean are any indication. Quarterly earnings were down a whopping 40% as bookings have been hurt by the Costa Concordia disaster, ship fires and strandings at sea.
PortMiami & Miami Int'l Airport Saw More Travelers, Cargo Last YearTwo major South Florida thoroughfares are celebrating an uptick in travel and goods.
Port Everglades Sets One Day RecordSaturday was a big day at Ft. Lauderdales’ Port Everglades. More than 53,000 cruise passengers arrived or departed on eight ships, setting a new record for port terminal traffic on a single day.
S. Fla. Company Develops Spray That Kills The Anthrax VirusA revolutionary spray that kills such things as Anthrax and the H1N1 virus is being made right here in South Florida. It's being gobbled up by major industries such as cruise lines and Homeland Security. But it will soon be available for home use.
Cruise Lines Have Headaches As Irene Thrashes CoastWhile much of the attention for Hurricane Irene has been on airline and rail travel, the cruise industry is also having to adjust schedules leaving some travelers stranded as they try to make it home.

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