An Epic Crossing

On September 18, 2009 By

Photo-illustration Courtesy NCL NCL officially began accepting bookings yesterday for Norwegian Epic‘s first revenue cruise: a 7-day voyage from Southampton to New York, departing June 24, 2010.  In addition, NCL also announced a new seven-day Eastern Caribbean cruise set to depart Miami on July 10, 2010 – […]

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A Peek Inside the Sea

On September 17, 2009 By

  Photo Courtesy Princess Cruises

 First they did it with the Golden Princess.  Then, they turned their attention to the Dawn Princess.  Now, Princess returns with a blog detailing the current drydock refurbishment of Sea Princess in San Francisco, California. 

Updated daily, the blog provides […]

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Just a Pretty Picture

On September 15, 2009 By

Today’s update is a reminder just why cruising is one of the most spectacular vacation choices you can take.

What land vacation lets you wake up and see this?

   Photo Courtesy Princess Cruises Taken as the Coral Princess cruised the College Fjord in Alaska.  In a few short […]

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Mariner Rewards 2.0

On September 14, 2009 By

  Photo Courtesy Holland America Line

Holland America Line announced today a revamp of its Mariner Society Rewards Program for past guests.

Starting September 18th for guests sailing on the MS Zaandam, and finishing with the MS Prinsendam on October 18th, the new Mariner Society Rewards Program […]

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Have you wanted to see the beauty of Canada & New England, but couldn’t get time off during September and October when most cruises operate?  Costa might have just what you’re looking for.

Beginning in April and continuing through May 2010, Costa will operate a series of Canada/New England cruises onboard Costa Atlantica […]

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Blogging the Norwegian Way

On September 13, 2009 By

Norwegian cruise line Hurtigruten is perhaps best known for its unique itineraries around Norway, Greenland, and Antarctica.  Their fleet of fourteen passenger ships routinely take cruisers to some of the most remote – and interesting – parts of the world.

To get a sense of what a voyage with Hurtigruten is like, they have […]

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Unique Itinerary of the Week

On September 12, 2009 By

Some of the most interesting voyages are the ones that visit places few people have been to.  That being the case, Fred.Olsen clearly has one of the most unique itineraries available for next summer. 

Photo Courtesy Fred.Olsen

Departing Saturday, August 7, 2010 from Southampton, England, Black Watch […]

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Adding Some Wonder to Alaska

On September 11, 2009 By

  Photo Courtesy Disney Cruise Line

Disney Cruise Line today confirmed what has long been rumored: they will indeed be sending Disney Wonder to Alaska in 2011.

Beginning May 3, 2011 and ending September 6, 2011, Disney Wonder will offer seven night Alaska cruises departing roundtrip from Vancouver […]

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Some Rain With Your Sun

On September 10, 2009 By

Passengers booked on the September 2010 Transatlantic on the Norwegian Sun are having a bit of a cloudy day today, as NCL has informed them that the ship will be going into drydock instead, with their transatlantic crossing pushed back to October 4, 2010.

For many passengers, this will be the second bump they’ve […]

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Silver Blog

On September 9, 2009 By

Photo Courtesy Silversea

Back in August, Silversea launched a blog dedicated to providing inside details, photos, and up-to-the-minute shipyard accounts of the building of their newest vessel: Silver Spirit.

So why is this a big deal?  The launch of any new major ship is usually […]

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