cruise liner

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: liner - a passenger ship used commercially for pleasure cruisescruise liner - a passenger ship used commercially for pleasure cruises
ocean liner, liner - a large commercial ship (especially one that carries passengers on a regular schedule)
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The Queen Victoria berthed at the Cruise Liner Terminal Picture: ANDREW TEEBAY
Jalesh Cruise's premium cruise liner Karnika has entered Dubai for the very first time after making its first international trip from Mumbai.
On its return journey around southern Taiwan, the international cruise liner, the Westerdam, was welcomed back to Hualien by the Taiwan International Ports Corporation (TIPC) on April 7, following a brief stop on the other side of the island in Kaohsiung the day previous.
The cruise liner under Windstar Luxury Cruise Line has 372 guests and crew.
The contract with a European shipyard comprises equipping two new vessels with one BallastMaster marineX each as well as an option for equipping a third cruise liner. The IMO-certified system with a throughput capacity of 500 m3/h features two-phase operation with mechanical prefiltration and subsequent disinfection of the ballast water by UV treatment without using and generating chemicals.
With a capacity for 1,230 passengers, the MS Balmoral is the biggest cruise liner of the UK-based shipping line Fred Olsen Cruise Lines.
Schettino, the sole defendant in the trial in Tuscany, claimed the reef was not on the cruise liner's nautical charts.
AFTER making a hit road film Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, Zoya Akhtar is now busy shooting her new film Dil Dhadakne Do, shot entirely on a posh cruise liner exploring the European shores.
Italian authorities said the remains of Maria Grazia Trecarichi of Sicily, which were found by scuba divers inside the cruise liner three weeks after the incident, were confirmed, reports.
Both the lawyers for Francesco Schettino, the captain of the shipwrecked luxury cruise liner Costa Concordia 20 months ago and those representing the victims say Schettino is not the only one responsible for the liner going aground on the Italian island of Giglio killing 32 people.
It has been aiming to boost the number of cruise liner passengers visiting the country by 25% year-on-year - and next year it expects 38,700 passengers to visit Wales.

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