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AIDA Cruises

AIDA Cruises is a German cruise line founded in the early 1960s and organized as a wholly owned subsidiary of Costa Crociere S.p.A., which in turn belongs to Carnival Corporation & plc. Based in Rostock, Germany, AIDA Cruises caters primarily to the German-speaking market; as seagoing "club resorts", AIDA ships have on-board amenities and facilities designed to attract younger, more active vacationers. As of September 2023, the cruise line operates 11 ships. AIDA Cruises has been Carnival-owned since 2003. [Wikipedia]

Costa Kreuzfahrten

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2GO formerly 2GO Travel

2GO or 2GO Sea Solutions, also known as 2GO Travel, is a passenger ferry company based in Manila, Philippines, the shipping and passenger ferry arm of 2GO Group, and the only remaining Manila-based major interisland passenger ferry company, with its main hub located in Pier 4 at the Manila North Harbor. The company was formed in 2012 following a significant realignment of ferry transportation in the Philippines in which the brands SuperFerry, Cebu Ferries and SuperCat under the Aboitiz Transport System was purchased by Negros Navigation for US$105 million. At the same time, a unit of China-Asean Investment Cooperation Fund, a Netherlands-based, private equity firm wholly owned by the Chinese government, took a controlling stake in Negros Navigation through an equity infusion. Because Negros Navigation was a privately held firm the exact amount invested by the Fund was not disclosed. 2GO, previously as a logistics arm of Aboitiz Transport System, is now one of the major operator of i... [Wikipedia]

A´Rosa Cruises

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A-ROSA Flussschiff

A-Rosa Cruises is a cruise line based in Rostock, Germany, which operates river cruises in Germany. [Wikipedia]

Aegean Speed Lines

Aegean Sea Lines (former Aegean Speed Lines) is a Greek ferry company that is operating ferry services between Piraeus and the Cyclades. Prior to 2022 it was operating high-speed ferries. [Wikipedia]


Ålandstrafiken is a ferry company based in Åland, an archipelago of over 6,500 islands in the Baltic Sea, and a Swedish-speaking autonomous province of Finland. The company operates inter-island services as well as links to ports in western Finland. It has a fleet of 10 ferries. It also operates local buses. [Wikipedia]


AmaWaterways is a Calabasas, California based river cruise company that offers cruises in Europe, Southern Africa, Southeast Asia, South America, and Egypt. Its price range is considered "luxury" among river cruises. It had a fleet of 26 ships as of 2022. [Wikipedia]

American Cruise Lines

American Cruise Lines, Inc. is the largest river and small-ship cruise line in the U.S.A. with its headquarters in Guilford, Connecticut, United States. The Line operates nineteen small U.S. flagged cruise ships along the Eastern Seaboard (Maine to Florida, Hudson River, and Chesapeake Bay) and Western Seaboard (including Alaska and Puget Sound) as well as the Mississippi, Ohio, Cumberland, and Tennessee Rivers and the Columbia-Snake river system in the United States. [Wikipedia]

AML Africa Morocco Link

Africa Morocco Link (AML) is a ferry company in Morocco founded in 2016. The company operates ferry services between Tangier in Morocco and Algeciras in Spain. [Wikipedia]

ANEK Lines

ANEK Lines (Ανώνυμη Ναυτιλιακή Εταιρεία Κρήτης, Anonymi Naftiliaki Eteria Kritis, Anonymous Shipping Company of Crete) is one of the largest passenger shipping companies in Greece. It was founded in 1967 by numerous shareholders who were inhabitants of Crete. It operates passenger ferries, mainly on the Piraeus–Crete and Adriatic Sea routes. In December 2023, ANEK Lines was acquired by Attica Group, continuing operations as the fourth cruise line subsidiary of Attica Group. [Wikipedia]

AQSC American Queen Steamboat Company

American Queen is a Louisiana-built river steamship said to be the largest river steamboat ever built. Although the American Queen's stern paddlewheel is indeed powered by a steam engine, her secondary propulsion, in case of an emergency and for maneuverability around tight areas where the paddle wheel can not navigate, comes from a set of diesel-electric propellers known as Z-drives on either side of the sternwheel. She has 222 state rooms for a capacity of 436 guests and a crew of 160. She is 418 feet (127 m) long and 89 feet (27 m) wide. [Wikipedia]

Aranui Cruises

M/V Aranui 5 is a dual passenger/cargo vessel that entered service on 12 December 2015 between Tahiti and the Marquesas Islands. With a homeport of Papeete, French Polynesia, the Aranui 5 replaced the Aranui 3 which entered service in 2003. No Aranui 4 ever went into service, because the number four is regarded as unlucky in China, from which Wing Wong, founder of Compagnie Polynesienne de Transport Maritime (CPTM), the family business that operates the Aranui voyages, emigrated to Tahiti in the 1930s. Aranui 5, like its predecessor, is registered as a passenger ship under the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS), for international operation. As well as carrying cargo to and from the six ports in the Marquesas Islands, Aranui 5 operates a passenger service and tourist cruise as part of its monthly 12-day itinerary; the ship also stops at the Rangiroa and Tuamotu atolls before returning to Tahiti. Additional Aranui 5 trips operate to other islands in French ... [Wikipedia]

Argosy Cruises

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Argyll Ferries

Argyll Ferries Ltd was a ferry company formed in January 2011 by the Scottish Governments department of Transport Scotland via the parent company David MacBrayne Ltd to tender for the Dunoon-to-Gourock public service route. Argyll Ferries were announced as the preferred bidder at the end of May 2011, contracts were exchanged on 7 June 2011 for the service, the service then commenced 23 days later on 30 June 2011. The Argyll Ferries service has suffered from cancellations due to technical problems, or limitations of the small vessels in unfavourable weather. When this occurs, the ferry company provides a relief bus service taking passengers from Gourock railway station and pierhead to their destination via the Western Ferries Hunters Quay to McInroy's Point ferry. In winter since 2016, the larger CalMac ferry MV Coruisk is redeployed to Gourock for peak sailings, and provides a relief service when conditions are too severe for the smaller boats. From 21 January 2019 the Argyll Ferrie... [Wikipedia]