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Saldanha attracts first cruise vessel 0 Tourism
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Saldanha attracts first cruise vessel

SOUTH AFRICA: Arriving from Walvis Bay, the Silver Cloud became the first ever cruise vessel to visit the Port of Saldanha Bay this week when she docked with 227 passengers to explore the West Coast as a tourism destination.

Cruising towards sustainability 0 Tourism
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Cruising towards sustainability

INTERNATIONAL: Research aimed at providing critical information to map the cruise sector’s real-time energy needs, infrastructure and regulations has been commissioned by the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) in an effort to...
Grand plans attached to the sale of a grand old lady 0 Tourism
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Grand plans attached to the sale of a grand old lady

This week marks the official handing over of the SA Agulhas to new owners, having served as South Africa’s dedicated training vessel for almost 12 years. Editor, Colleen Jacka, spoke to both Sobantu Tilayi of SAMSA and Captain Stefan B├╝low...

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