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Taking on an almost no-win job.
A French company is launching the feature on four ships.
He did something stupid. 33 people died. But is 16 years a fair sentence?
Starting a new era for the Panama Canal, Disney Cruise Line's 83,308-ton Disney Wonder passed through the 10-month-old locks.
The human drivers need to intervene more than once every mile. Looks like self driving (Uber) cars have a way to go.
Those are the findings of a German study.
Given my experience with NYC taxis, can't say I'm sad to see the decline.
Easier for cruisers or easier for Carnival to extract more money from customers?
My word, the rental-car companies may have to focus on customer service!
Seven continents on seven cruise ships punctuated by business-class flights home for $155,000.
The hotel company is launching a luxury cruising yacht line scheduled to hit the water in the fourth quarter of 2019.
At 171,598 tons, Meraviglia is the fourth largest cruise vessel ever built, and can carry up to 5,714 passengers.
A photo tour of Oceania Cruises' Marina.
The legislation would amend the Death on High Seas Act, an antiquated law that maritime attorneys say enables cruise lines to avoid accountability for deaths caused by negligence.
RCCL follows Disney in providing lifeguards.
People now spend more on Uber than taxis in the US.
At least it's being scrapped in a safe manner rather than being sent to Bangladesh.
It was a year of milestones in the cruise world.
A photo essay.
They claim they fell ill after a meal aboard.
Royal Caribbean's Symphony of the Seas was floated out from a dry dock at the giant STX shipbuilding facility in St. Nazaire, France.
AmaWaterways is redefining river cruising. Question: does it need redefining?
East Japan Railway’s new luxury sleeper train providing a cruise experience with a modern Japanese twist.
Yes, some people really do.
An electric sportscar to be built by a Canadian company is the latest Tesla rival with $5 million of a $20 million target already crowdfunded.
It beggars belief that Uber would only deploy driverless cars at peak times. If the company is investing in expensive automated cars, which also give it more profit than a regular driver-type vehicle, why not use them 24/7?
An utterly unsurprising piece of news that we've been anticipating ever since the projected costs were magically reduced.
Bad art + champagne + no wifi = bad deals.
Weight gain, STD's and stomach bugs are among the problems.
Eight of the 17 tracks at Hoboken Terminal reopened, according to New Jersey Transit.