Cruise crime.Washington state is fining the Celebrity Cruises Celebrity Cruises is a cruise line founded in 1989 by the Greek Chandris Group. In 1997 Celebrity Cruises Ltd. merged with Royal Caribbean International to become Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., which operates Celebrity and the Royal Caribbean International line. company $100,000 for dumping more than half a million gallons of dirty water and sewage into the Strait of Juan de Fuca The Strait of Juan de Fuca is the principal outlet for the Georgia Strait and Puget Sound, connecting both to the Pacific Ocean. It provides part of the International Boundary between the United States and Canada. in the fall of 2005. The company blamed the spill on confusion about whether the ship was in state-governed waters. The state fine is the first against a cruise ship since 2004, when the state and several major cruise lines
NCL America America
AIDA Cruises Europe
American Cruise Lines America signed an agreement that barred cruise ships This is a list of cruise ships, both those in service and those that have since ceased to operate. Both cruise ships and cruiseferries are included in this list. (Ocean liners are not included on this list, see List of ocean liners. from dumping untreated wastewater into state waters. The dumping happened 10 times over nine days and totaled 586,00 gallons, consisting of 44,000 gallons of partially treated sewage and the rest dirty water from showers, sinks and laundry. Company officials responded that they accept responsibility for the dumping and have installed equipment to clean wastewater.