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You can now travel direct from Ireland to Spain on this cruise-ferry
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Marseille: 50,000 people sign ‘stop cruises’ petition
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Amsterdam to house migrants on cruise ship moored in port
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'Pollution tax' hits tourists travelling to Barcelona on cruise ships
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