Cruise ships

Weather cuts back cruise ship revenue

Weather cuts back cruise ship revenue

There are mixed feelings among Dunedin retailers about this year's cruise ship season.

Cruise ship complaint assessed

Cruise ship complaint assessed

A complaint about new cruise-ship protocols at Port Otago is being assessed by the Commerce Commission.

Cruise ship tour licence suggested

Cruise ship tour licence suggested

Dunedin should implement a model for cruise ship tour operators established in Christchurch, an Akaroa operator says.

Cruise ships due

The cruise ship Seven Seas Voyager is scheduled to arrive at Port Chalmers this morning, and Diamond Princess is expected there tomorrow morning.

Tour bribery, bias claims denied

Tour bribery, bias claims denied

Further unrest among Dunedin tour operators about new cruise ship protocols, including claims of bribery and bias, will be addressed at a season-end debriefing.

Stepping back in time on 'Orion'

Stepping back in time on 'Orion'

It is the high life on the high seas.

Cruise passengers bemoan shuttle costs

Cruise passengers bemoan shuttle costs

Cruise ship passengers avoiding what they say are overpriced shuttles to Dunedin city visited Port Chalmers instead yesterday, despite suggestions from cruise ship staff to bypass the town.

Busy weekend at Port Chalmers

Busy weekend at Port Chalmers

Visits by two large cruise ships, container vessels and a logging ship contributed to a busy weekend at Port Otago.

Surge of cruise passengers 'frightening but good'

Surge of cruise passengers 'frightening but good'

The hospitality industry has been encouraged to do more research and be ''as prepared as they can'' for cruise ship visits as some Dunedin businesses start to fret at the demand from a ''frightening'' number of cruise ship customers coming past their counters.

Australians ahoy this cruise season

Australians ahoy this cruise season

Australians are expected to dominate the cruise-ship season.

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