Posts made in January, 2016


Crystal Cruises have confirmed that they will introducing shorter segments of the luxury line’s world cruises for this year and 2017. This significant expansion of the “Crystal Getaways” product will create five new options for guests, including select South American departures that comprise of Crystal Serenity’s “Southern Celebracion” world cruise. This cruise sails from Miami on 10th January 2017...


Posted By on Jan 28, 2016

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Regent Seven Seas Cruises have confirmed that their current luxury fleet will undergo a major $125 million refurbishment over the next 2 years. The upgrade will begin with Regent’s smallest vessel, the 490-passenger Seven Seas Navigator, followed by Seven Seas Voyager in late 2016 and Seven Seas Mariner in the spring of 2017. The primary aim of the refit is to bring the original ships in line with Regent’s newest ship,...


Posted By on Jan 22, 2016

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Discover a new world in a very different way. Introducing the World’s First Discovery Yacht! Scenic have officially confirmed that Scenic Eclipse will launch on 31st August 2018, after 3 years of planning. Scenic Eclipse will enter service for the award winning luxury travel operator by sailing from Istanbul to Venice for its maiden voyage, before heading on to The Americas, Antarctica, Europe, the Arctic and the Norwegian...


Posted By on Jan 22, 2016

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Regent Seven Seas Cruises have confirmed that their newest inclusion of FREE UNLIMITED WiFi for all suite categories will launch in Spring/Summer this year! The launch of this fantastic new benefit has come earlier than what was previously announced by the luxury cruise line. The free unlimited WiFi will begin on the following voyages: – Seven Seas Navigator on 17th March 2016 during the Celestial Crossing itinerary from Miami...


Posted By on Jan 7, 2016

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It has been confirmed that Princess Cruises will be adding an extra ship to their fleet in late 2019. The well-known Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri will build the new ship in Trieste, Italy. The new ship is still yet to be officially named, however what we do know is that the vessel will be 143,000-tons carrying 3,560 guests and it will cost roughly 600 million Euros to build. Carnival Corporation, Princess Cruises’ parent...


Posted By on Jan 5, 2016

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