Archives for September 2006

Celebrity Website Updates Their Wording and Placement of Dress Code Policy

I have to admit, I love the Celebrity dress codes. While other cruise lines have chosen to relax their dress codes, Celebrity has chosen to maintain a more elegant atmosphere. I like to dress up when I’m on a cruise and not feel like I’m over dressed. When I did my research… [Continue Reading]

Regent Seven Seas Guests Enjoy Smaller Ships

FT. LAUDERDALE, Sept 27, 2006 – Bucking the trend in an era of mega cruise ships, guests sailing with Regent Seven Seas find its small to-mid-sized ship experience a best-kept secret: offering more personalized service, greater overall space per passenger, and customized experiences. Beginning in 2007, the value of the ships’ nimble size will be… [Continue Reading]

Carnival Fun Ship Cruising Returns To New Orleams

To celebrate the return of “Fun Ship” cruising from New Orleans this fall, Carnival Cruise Lines is offering four and five-day Mexico voyages on the SuperLiner Fantasy starting at just $279 per person.
The Fantasys new schedule from New Orleans begins Oct. 26, 2006, and encompasses four-day cruises to Cozumel departing… [Continue Reading]

New Carnival Freedom Mediterranean/Greek Isles Cruise March 2007

MIAMI, Sept 25, 2006 � For those looking for an exciting and affordable European vacation option, Carnival Cruise Lines new 110,000-ton Carnival Freedom will operate a special one-time nine-day cruise in March 2007 featuring visits to five magnificent ports in Italy, Greece, Croatia and Turkey. The voyage begins with an overnight call in Venice March… [Continue Reading]

Holland America Announces Culinary Cruises

SEATTLE, Sept. 25 — Featuring more than 40 celebrated chefs, wine experts and cookbook authors, Holland America Line offers guests a culinary arts enrichment program unparalleled in the cruise industry. Trendsetters such as Marcus Samuelsson, executive chef and owner of New York’s perennial favorite, Aquavit; hotspot holders Alex Guarnaschelli of Butter in New York and… [Continue Reading]