Posts made in March, 2016


It has been confirmed that luxury cruise line Regent Seven Seas Cruises have come to an agreement with Fincantieri of Italy to build another brand-new ship. With the highly anticipated delivery of Seven Seas Explorer this July, Regent have decided to create a sister ship of the Explorer. This new sister ship will be expected for delivery in 2020 and it will be 54,000 tons and it will accommodate 738 passengers. Similarly to Explorer,...


Posted By on Mar 31, 2016

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The iconic Cunard Line flagship, RMS Queen Mary 2, will call into Australia and New Zealand for over a month in 2018. Once arrived, the icon of luxury will embark on a 13-night circumnavigation of New Zealand and a four-night voyage to South Australia’s Kangaroo Island. Kangaroo Island is just off the mainland of South Australia, below Adelaide. It’s known for its diverse wildlife and nature reserves, including Flinders...


Posted By on Mar 24, 2016

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Viking Ocean Cruises have confirmed the order of three more ships to add to their luxurious fleet. The new ships will be built at the Fincantieri shipyard in Trieste, Italy. It will increase the Viking Ocean Cruise fleet to a total of six ships by 2020. The recent announcement was made during the float-out ceremony of Viking Sky, joining the fleet early next year and will accompany the already successful Viking Star, and Viking Sea...


Posted By on Mar 23, 2016

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A new partnership has emerged between luxury cruise line Seabourn and mixologist Brian Van Flandern. This agreement will mean that the onboard spirits on each of their ships will be transformed with upgraded bar offerings, new cocktail menus and much more! The drinks onboard will be enhanced through the introduction of new bar ingredients and handcrafted classic cocktails which will be created exclusively for Seabourn guests. Van...


Posted By on Mar 18, 2016

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Cunard Line’s luxury ship, Queen Victoria, will enter dry-dock in June 2017 for an extensive refurbishment. During this time, Queen Victoria will have an unspecified number of extra Britannia Club Staterooms added to the ship. The reason for the increase in Britannia Club Staterooms is due to high passenger demand. Cunard Marketing Director, Angus Struthers commented: “The changes being made are a direct response to our...


Posted By on Mar 17, 2016

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