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  • Scheduled from March 7-11, 2000, at the Miami Beach Convention Center, SeaTrade Cruise Shipping Convention will provide attendees with the latest happenings and innovations joining a new century of cruising. Registration begins on Tuesday, March 7 at 8 a.m.

    Wednesday, March 8 will begin with an introductory address by Vicki Freed, chairman, Cruise Line International Association (CLIA), and senior vice president sales & marketing, Carnival Cruise Lines, which will then segueway into a "State of the Industry" Debate among some of the industry's leading players. Featuring Bob Dickinson, president, Carnival Cruise Lines; Richard D. Fain, chairman & CEO, Royal Caribbean Cruises; and Matt Ouimet, president, Disney Cruise Line, they will discuss and debate the current state of the cruise industry, as well as its prospects for the new decade.

    Exhibitors from around the world will display their latest wares to the industry.

    Segmented on the exhibit floor by specific categories of manufacturers of ship equipment, providers of ship services and hotel operations, destinations and distributors & manufacturers of food and beverages - allowing attendees to focus on certain categories of their choice.

    The exhibition concludes on Saturday, March 11, where attendees will be invited to step aboard various cruise vessels currently operating in the industry.

    Contract: Seatrade Cruise Shipping Convention, Miller Freeman (Princeton) Inc., 125 Village Boulevard, Suite 220, Princeton, N.J. 08540-5703; tel: (609) 452-2800; fax (609) 452-9374.

    audience, which ranges from teens to "older adults who remember tea in the afternoon," to the Seabourn fleet — whose typical customer is in their midforties and enjoys a pampered, intimate atmosphere.

    With the cruise market evolving at a fast pace, Pimentel cited that the industry will tend to lean towards more specialized markets, as well as more consolidation among cruise companies "You're going to see more niche market playing, specifically on spas, golf programs and broader destinations," he said. He continued; "Though it's not a ball game for shallow pocketbooks or the meek," Pimentel said. "Without a doubt, I think there will be more industry consolidation." — Regina P. Ciardiello

  • vessel, which was a last minute entry managed to pull ahead of its smaller competitors — capturing the title as this year's (unofficial) winner. — Regina P. Ciardiello

  • early September - October, and Triumph's premiere drydocking in October. The vessels will spend approximately seven to 10 days at the Virginia yard. — Regina P. Ciardiell

  • engineers will either incorporate this new engineering design into the vessel's superstructure, or install them as additional attachments. — by Regina P. Ciardiell

  • said. "We are concerned about the shipyard's progress in its steel fabrication and hull erection, and are closely monitoring this situation." — Regina P. Ciardiell

  • , which when completed, will mean that the company will be trading profitably. "Bollinger/Incat and Incat USA will not be affected," he added. — Regina P. Ciardiell

  • vessel, which is able to withstand flames, can accommodate eight passengers — is lowered into the water just the same as a conventional lifeboat. — Regina P. Ciardiell

  • the realization of dreams," she said. "The idea of taking people to some of the most beautiful places on the high seas is a very beautiful thing." — Regina P. Ciardiell

  • in the U.S. is seemingly dead, as AMCV filed for Chapter 11 and the Maritime Administration is unwilling, at press time, to fund the ships further. By Regina P. Ciardiello, senior editor While the cruise industry was hurting prior to the terrorist attacks of September 11, the industry has been put into

  • to Congress by carrying out its duty to its citizens," Krekich said. "Sometimes the Navy needs help and Congress is the place to get that help." — Regina P. Ciardiell

  • with the ship repair business," she said. "But it's hard to say I wouldn't move to another area of the company within the next three years." — Regina P. Ciardiell

  • power concept is expected to cut the vessels' nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions by 85 percent; annual emissions are expected to be lowered by 420 tons By Regina P. Ciardiello, senior editor Why would a company knowingly add $6 million to the construction price of a new vessel, and more than $1 million per

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