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Cruise ship courts wealthy Chinese with on-board skydiving and bumper cars

In a strategic move that speaks volumes about the future of the cruise industry, Royal Caribbean International has announced that its newest ship, the titanic Quantum of the Seas, will make its home port in Shanghai next year. Pitched as a game-changer that will boast a string of on-board firsts such as bumper cars, skydiving... Read More

On the banks of the Limmat river in Zurich, the 30 metre-high dockside crane, which was brought from the north-eastern German harbour town of Rostock, will stand as the art installation

On the banks of the Limmat river in Zurich, the 30 metre-high dockside crane, which was brought from the north-eastern German harbour town of Rostock, will stand as the art installation 'Zurich Transit Maritim' for the next nine months. – Reuters, April 18, 2014

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