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The Conde Nast Traveler : "As More Ports Ban Mega Cruise Ships, What Is the Future of the Largest Vessels?"


10/12/2021

The Conde Nast Traveler published an article about ports banning mega cruise ships mentionning the Aranui 5 as an exception

On November 1st, 2021, The Conde Nast Traveler published an article mentionning the Aranui 5, written by Scott Laird. The journalist is talking about ports banning mega cruise ships mentionning the Aranui 5 as an exception, as it embarks fewer than 350 passengers. Read the full article here.

Extract:

“Today, most cruise passengers in Tahiti sail onboard small ships nowhere near the caps imposed by the new ban. The luxury cruise liner Paul Gauguin and the combination cargo/cruise ship Aranui 5—both based in Tahiti with local crews—embark fewer than 350 passengers each..”


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