Celebrity Cruises Reveals A Taste Of San Francisco Pop-Up Menu

Premium vacation brand Celebrity Cruises’ is bringing its award-winning, from-scratch culinary philosophy from sea to land this month in San Francisco, California, in the form of the first-ever cruise line pop-up restaurant. Elegant simplicity, modern pairings and abundance of earth and sea are the theme of the restaurant, which will pop up at Stable Café… [Continue Reading]

Celebrity Cruises reveals details of enticing European season

March 13, 2012
When considering a vacation, the first question typically is, “Where do you want to go?” In the summer of 2013, Celebrity Cruises – named “Best Large-Ship Line” in the elite Condé Nast Traveler’s Annual Readers’ Choice Awards – will present more answers to that question than ever before, offering its broadest lineup of… [Continue Reading]

Princess Cruises Honored by Port of San Francisco for Environmental Efforts

SANTA CLARITA, Calif. (August 25, 2011) — Sea Princess has been honored by the Port of San Francisco with its annual “Cruise Ship Environmental Award.” This distinction was earned for the ship’s outstanding record in San Francisco during the 2010 season for air emissions reduction, advanced wastewater management, and recycling and disposal programs. This is… [Continue Reading]

Princess Cruises Passengers to Experience the Flavor and Culture of Hawaii on Sailings to the Islands

SANTA CLARITA, Calif. — The “Islands of Aloha” have a special appeal as a cruise destination, and Princess Cruises is offering a choice of more than 50 sailings to the Hawaiian Islands in the 2011-12 and 2012-13 seasons. These culture-filled cruises depart from both Los Angeles and San Francisco, offering time to relax on… [Continue Reading]

OCEANIA CRUISES’ NEW SHIP MARINA CHRISTENED IN MIAMI

MIAMI, February 7, 2011 – Oceania Cruises redefined the upper-premium cruise ship market with the christening of Marina on Saturday. The ship’s godmother, “Entertainment Tonight” Host Mary Hart, named the ship at a lavish, invitation-only gala ceremony, which culminated with a 15-liter Nebuchadnezzar of champagne, custom-made by Armand de Brignac, crashing against the hull. Among… [Continue Reading]