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No Start for Black Sea Cruises

The 674-berth Russian cruise liner Knyaz Vladimir at Sochi (Photos courtesy Rosmorport)Black Sea Cruises has cancelled its July and some August departures as the company was not able to obtain the necessary health certifications to start sailing its week-long Black Sea itineraries aboard the 1971-built Prince Vladimir. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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Black Sea Cruises Plans July 19 Start

The 674-berth Russian cruise liner Knyaz Vladimir at Sochi (Photos courtesy Rosmorport)Black Sea Cruises announced it is starting operations again on July 19 as the Rosmorport-led operation is set to sail the Prince Vladimir on itineraries from Sochi. Port calls include Novorossiysk, Yalta and Sevastopol, all of which offer inter-porting opportunities. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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Rosmorport Adjusts 2018 Black Sea Program

The 674-berth Russian cruise liner Knyaz Vladimir at Sochi (Photos courtesy Rosmorport)Rosmorport is set for another seasonal cruise program aboard the Prince Vladimir in 2018, according to a statement from the Russian agency. Operating under the Black Sea Cruises banner, the company said it had a strong debut season offering week-long round-trip cruises from Sochi. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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Rosmorport: No Winter Cruise Program

The 674-berth Russian cruise liner Knyaz Vladimir at Sochi (Photos courtesy Rosmorport)Black Sea Cruises, which operates the Prince Vladimir on week-long itineraries from Sochi, will not offer a winter cruise program, according to a spokesperson. Despite a successful first season and hints at a winter program, the company will lay up the 1971-built ship for the winter. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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