Category | Cruises

Cunard Line marks down fall cruises in Europe…

Posted on 07 August 2012

Cunard Line’s 2,092-passenger Queen Elizabeth in Port of Southampton on Oct. 8, 2010. Cunard Line today is kicking off a five-day sale on more than half a dozen fall Mediterranean voyages.   The UK-based company has marked down the 10- and 12-night sailings — all on the 2,092-passenger Queen Elizabeth — by up to 60% […]

Norwegian Cruise Line launches two-day promotion…

Posted on 07 August 2012

The 2,394-passenger Norwegian Pearl, which debuted in 2006. Norwegian Cruise Line has kicked off a two-day promotion on repositioning cruises.   The Transatlantic and Repositioning Bonus Days offer, as it’s being called, is bringing $100 in on-board credits for sailings across the Atlantic, through the Panama Canal or up the Pacific coast of the USA. […]

Regent Seven Seas Navigator emerges from makeover…

Posted on 05 June 2012

Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ Seven Seas Navigator. One of luxury line Regent Seven Seas’ three vessels has emerged from a two-week overhaul in dry dock that included the revamping of top suites.   The 490-passenger Seven Seas Navigator also now boasts a new Italian restaurant at night in La Veranda, the space that by day […]

Avalon Waterways orders two more river ships…

Posted on 20 March 2012

  Avalon Waterways’ ‘suite ships’ feature extra-wide cabins, called Panorama Suites, which offer 200 square feet of living space.   The river ship building boom continues, with Avalon Waterways today saying it has ordered two more “suite ships” to debut in spring 2013.   The 166-passenger Avalon Expression and 128-passenger Avalon Artistry II will join […]

Celebrity Cruises Unveils its 2013 European Season…

Posted on 19 March 2012

In the summer of 2013, Celebrity Cruises will bring Solstice Class style to Alaska for the first time. Six Solsitce Class ships will visit 25 countries from seven departure ports and visit a total of 88 destinations in Europealone, six representing Celebrity firsts.   The first-time destinations include Liverpool, England; Waterford, Ireland; Torshavn, Faroe Islands; […]

Oceania Cruises to send three ships to Europe in 2013…

Posted on 10 March 2012

  Oceania Cruises’ 1,250-passenger Marina, which debuted in January 2011.   Oceania Cruises will send three ships to Europe for the summer of 2013, one less than this year.   The line announced this week that the 1,250-passenger Riviera will spend the summer of 2013 sailing in the Mediterranean, while the 1,250-passenger Marina and 684-passenger […]

Fire-damaged cruise ship Costa Allegra will not return…

Posted on 10 March 2012

  Passengers disembark the fire-damaged Costa Allegra in the Seychelles Islands on March 1, 2012.   The fire-damaged Costa Allegra will not return to service, the top executive at Costa Cruises’ parent company revealed today.    Carnival CEO Micky Arison told Wall Street analysts during a conference call that the 1,000-passenger vessel, which needs costly […]

Cruise boss: Deeper than normal discounts not on the way…

Posted on 10 March 2012

  Carnival Cruise Lines’ 2,974-passenger Carnival Freedom.     Waiting for fares to come down before you book a cruise for the coming year? You could be waiting a long time, says the head of the world’s largest cruise company.     Carnival Corp. chairman and CEO Micky Arison tells USA TODAY that consumers expecting […]

Paul Gauguin Cruises puts Tahiti on sale…

Posted on 01 March 2012

  Paul Gauguin Cruises’ 332-passenger Paul Gauguin.   Always wanted to cruise the South Pacific? Here’s your chance: South Pacific specialist Paul Gauguin Cruises has launched a two-week sale on select voyages in the region.   Paul Gauguin says eight summer departures of its seven-night Tahiti & the Society Islands itinerary are being marked down […]

Tahiti cruise ship undergoes major rehab…

Posted on 21 February 2012

  The 332-passenger Paul Gauguin cruises from Tahiti to French Polynesia and the South Pacific.   The 332-passenger Paul Gauguin, which cruises from Tahiti to French Polynesia and the South Pacific, has undergone a $7 million renovation, the largest rehab in the ship’s 14-year history.   Officials of Paul Gauguin Cruises say the project took […]

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