Cruise ship europes biggest luxury liner to be sold to Turkish company

TURKEY – MARCH 21: A cruise ship from luxury cruise line, RTA, on the Black Sea on March 21, 2017 in Istanbul, Turkey.

RTA is one of the largest cruise lines in the world and is the only one in the Mediterranean to offer luxury cruise vacations on its flagship ships.

A group of Turkish companies and Turkish investors have recently bid to buy the RTA flagship ships, which are also known as the Golden Eagles, for more than $1 billion.

(Photo by Antonio Bongiorno/Getty Images) (Photo credit should read Antonio Bongo/Getty) TURKISH BEACH, Turkey – MARC 11: A man walks through the waters of the Mediterranean Sea, near the Turkish town of Ceylanpinar, in this undated handout photo provided by the Turkish Coast Guard.

Turkey and Greece have agreed to set up a joint search and rescue operation for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane MH370 after the Malaysian government said it was unable to locate the missing plane.

(credit: AFP via Getty Images) A group has bought the flagship of the world’s largest cruise line to sell it to Turkish billionaire Berat Albayrak, according to local media.

The Turkish news outlet Milliyet reports that Turkish billionaire RTA Group has agreed to sell the RTE Cruises flagship ships for $1.5 billion to the Turkish investor.

The purchase price was announced by the company’s chief executive Feridun Sinirlioglu on Thursday, the outlet reported.

The RTA ships were built in the 1950s, with the ships being built at the company owned by the Sultan Murad family.

RTE owns a 20 percent stake in the company.

Turkish authorities say they are not yet sure where the plane went down, although they have said it may have flown over the southern region of Kaliningrad.

In April, Turkey said it would start searching for the plane, which disappeared March 8, flying at a speed of more than 200 miles per hour.

It has since announced it was searching in the Indian Ocean.

The search for the wreckage is expected to last until late next week.

The vessel is also known for its luxurious amenities, including luxury cabins, private dining, luxury restaurants and luxury hotels.

(Source: Milliyets website via Getty) TARGET: U.S. Ambassador to Turkey John Bercovici was killed in Istanbul on April 3, 2017.

(Getty Images/AFP/GettyImages) TAYLOR, S.C. – MARCHA 04: People hold candles during a candlelight vigil to mark the five days since the killing of Ambassador to the United States John B. Thornton, in the Town Hall of Taylor, South Carolina, U.C., April 4, 2017 (Lamont Hill via AP) (Credit: LAMONT HILL/AFP via GettyImages) U.K. Police said a man was shot and killed in a “lone wolf” attack at an apartment complex in the UK’s north-west on Thursday morning.

Officers said a 37-year-old man was standing outside the apartment complex when two men opened fire.

The suspect, identified as Aqib Shah, died at the scene.

Shah was believed to have acted alone and was known to police, a police spokesman said.

“Officers attended an address in the Rochdale area of Manchester, where a 38-year old man was found with gunshot wounds to the torso,” police said in a statement.

“The man was arrested and taken to a local hospital.

It is understood that his death is not being treated as suspicious.”

Shah was reportedly a “well-known member” of the London underground scene and had been known to UK police.

(Credit) The attack was the latest in a series of attacks in London, including the stabbing death of a Polish tourist in March and the killing in July of a U.N. staffer in the Belgian capital, which the police said had been inspired by the Brussels attacks.

A week earlier, a man who police said was a member of the group responsible for a series and bombings at the Maelbeek subway station in Brussels was shot dead by police in the city.

In March, two men, one armed and one unarmed, opened fire at police in London.

How to write a cruise ship cruise ship

In a world where ships can be purchased and sold at a huge profit margin, and the prices of a cruise line’s goods and services are determined by the whims of an arbitrator, it’s no wonder that many cruise ship companies make a living from the sales of their vessels.

A quick glance at the Cruise Ship Arbitration Rules of Conduct, or SCA, reveals that a cruise company may make a profit if the price of the cruise ship’s goods is high enough, but there’s a catch: the cruise line must also get a “substantial” share of the profit.

The cruises own the profit share, but only the actual profit itself.

The company must also pay out the ship’s insurance premiums.

And cruises also have to pay out to the cruise passengers for the time spent on the ship, whether they’re waiting in line, waiting in the galley, or just standing around waiting for the ship to arrive.

In other words, the cruise lines profits from the sale of a ship are often based on the passengers’ expectations of what it will cost them.

The cruise lines profit is not, however, directly linked to the cost of the goods or services sold on the cruise ships.

It’s instead dependent on the company’s ability to deliver on its promises.

In order to avoid being considered a “buyer,” a cruise lines goods and/or services must be “considered to be of a fair and reasonable standard, which will result in reasonable demand.”

This “fair and reasonable” standard requires a number of factors, including the goods’ quality and the company that’s selling them.

For example, a cruise liner’s “fair” standard might be based on a cruise operator’s promises to pay its customers fairly.

But the company selling the goods has to pay a hefty fee for this “fair standard,” which is then passed on to the customers.

The same “fair standards” can apply to any other product sold by the cruise company, as long as it meets the criteria for a “fair price” on the market.

Cruises often claim that their “fair prices” are based on “reasonable demand” when in fact, the cruises profits from selling goods at a premium are based entirely on how much people expect to pay.

The “fair, reasonable” standards, in turn, are designed to ensure that cruise lines are able to provide customers with “fairly priced” goods and experiences.

And since the SCA says that cruise companies have to take a percentage of the profits from their ships sale, these profits are passed on in the form of an insurance premium.

But cruises profit is dependent on its own “fair market price” as well, meaning that cruises prices are not determined by “reasonable” or “fair demand.”

What do cruise lines actually do?

A cruise ship is often marketed as “an adventure.”

The company promises to provide “tourism, adventure, and pleasure for a great price,” as well as “access to exotic locations and the best of the best.”

Cruises’ marketing also promises to be “easy, affordable, and fun,” with “a low-maintenance, modern cabin.”

Cruisers often advertise their “premium service,” saying that they offer “a full range of accommodations” that “give guests the most value for money.”

However, cruises usually don’t offer any amenities at all, leaving guests to “make do” with what they’ve got.

Many cruise lines also make it clear that the “tours” they offer are “exclusive” to their cruise line.

While cruise lines typically advertise that “all guests” on a ship “get to choose the activities” that they want to see, cruise lines don’t always provide any way to choose what’s included on a vessel.

Cruisers advertise that a ship is “always available for any request” but often leave the decision to guests.

When a cruise is available for a specific activity, such as taking in a show, cruisers often don’t make it easy to ask for something else.

A ship can be “fully booked” at any time, meaning guests can request other activities.

This “flexibility” is often advertised in terms of “more options” when cruise lines have “more” activities on their ships.

In fact, it could be argued that the best way to find out what activities a cruise will have is to go on one of those ships themselves.

For the sake of this article, I’ll refer to cruise ships “full schedule” when I refer to them as a cruise.

When asked how long a cruise can be, a “full-schedule” cruise ship typically says that the ship is available “every day of the week.”

A “full service” cruise will often say that the cruise can “always be booked.”

This includes weekends, holidays, and “special events” like “special sailings.”

“Full schedule” cruises often also