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Football 04 May 2014 | 5:27 AM

Beckham's Miami stadium plan hits stormy waters

MIAMI (Reuters) - David Beckham's dream of building a futuristic waterfront stadium in Miami that would house his own professional football team has turned into a "not in my backyard" clash, pitting the retired English superstar against one of the world's top cruise lines.

Lifestyle 22 Feb 2003 | 12:00 AM

The high life on the high seas

The world's latest biggest luxury ship is now cruising the Caribbean in unfettered style after being launched by tennis legend Steffi Graf. I>The Navigator of the Seas/Ijoins her sister ships i>Voyager, Explorer/Iand I>Adventurer/Iin the most glamorous line-up on the high seas.

Metro News 09 Mar 2018 | 12:00 AM

Attractive packages await visitors at upcoming MATTA Fair

THE upcoming Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (MATTA) Fair will present special deals on cruises.

World 14 Sep 2017 | 2:42 AM

Puerto Rico opens arms to refugees from Irma's Caribbean chaos

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (Reuters) - Saddled with economic problems and its own damage from Hurricane Irma, Puerto Rico is taking thousands of refugees from the U.S. Virgin Islands whose homes were destroyed by the storm, with a cruise ship carrying up to 2,000 more due to set sail for the U.S. territory on Wednesday.

World 06 Oct 2009 | 12:00 AM

FEATURE - Mega-ship, mountain fort could boost Haiti tourism

LABADEE, Haiti (Reuters) - An ultramodern ocean liner and a 19th-century mountaintop fortress built by a slave rebellion leader figure prominently in Haiti's plans to revive tourism in the poorest nation in the Americas.

World 12 Dec 2019 | 4:16 PM

'Go on a holiday and not return': Cruise passengers shaken by New Zealand tragedy

WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Tourists from the cruise ship that was near the volcanic island in New Zealand when it erupted arrived in Wellington on Thursday, many traumatised by the deaths of co-passengers and others recalling their brush with tragedy.

TECH 19 Apr 2019 | 2:00 AM

Facial recognition may help you clear immigration faster. Should you worry about your privacy?

Say goodbye to standing in long lines clutching boarding passes and other travel documents.