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Cruise ship pollution under scrutinyNew Zealand Herald | 08 Feb 2012
Some cruise ships could come under pressure to clean up their act as officials say their low-grade, dirty fuel emissions are compounding Auckland's air pollution problem.
Falmouth Bay residents split over dredging plan for giant cruise linersGuardian Unlimited | 07 Feb 2012
Falmouth Bay is one of England's finest stretches of marine habitat, with a profusion of creeks that penetrate deep into the heart of the Cornish countryside, and oak woods covering the coastline. A controversial plan to dredge a channel through part of the bay to open up the port to giant cruise ships has caused consternation among conservationists.
How Public Participation in Belize Changed the Course of Cruisingtriplepundit.com | 13 Jan 2012
In late 2009 a private development group, with apparent links to Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, submitted a proposal directly to the Prime Minister of Belize and the Ministry of Tourism that called for the establishment of a new cruise port of call in the small southern village of Placencia...
Sewage to be retained by linersNew Zealand Herald | 25 Aug 2011
Up to 20 tonnes of sewage from cruise ship passengers will be held on the liners at the Auckland waterfront by the end of the Rugby World Cup.
Sand-Sunk vessels: Govt sets up fresh committee for wrecks removalThe Sun | 16 Aug 2010
The menace of ship wrecks at Lagos waters, which was compounded by some vessels which sank at Takwa Bay in Lagos since February 14, 2010, has continued to generate concerns, as government, on Wednesday, set-up yet another committee to effect the wrecks removal.
Dead whale found pinned to Alaska cruise shipReuters | 30 Jul 2010
A dead whale was discovered pinned to the bow of a Princess Cruises luxury liner near Juneau, the third such incident involving the company's Alaska fleet in a decade, officials said on Thursday.
Titanic baby saved by father's nousNew Zealand Herald | 06 Jun 2009
Millvina Dean, 97, the last survivor of the RMS Titanic. She was just over 2 months old when the Titanic hit an iceberg on the night of April 14, 1912. The ship sank in less than three hours.Dean was one of 706 people - mostly...
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