Archives for December 2006

Holland America Increases Sea of Cortez Sailings

SEATTLE, Dec. 27 — Holland America Line highlights Mexico’s Sea of Cortez in 2008 by increasing to 15 the number of 10-day cruises it offers aboard the ms Ryndam through this spectacular area — four more than in 2007. These cruises combine exceptional wildlife viewing and pristine natural beauty with the opportunity for shore excursions… [Continue Reading]

Royal Caribbean Introduces New Alaskan Adventures

MIAMI, Dec. 27, 2006 – If sledding with huskies in Juneau, exploring the wild Yukon in Skagway, and searching for bears in Ketchikan sound like perfect thrill-seeking journeys, guests aboard Royal Caribbean International’s Alaska cruises are in for some new adventures, courtesy of the line’s recently introduced shore excursion offerings.
With more than 135 tours available… [Continue Reading] Offers Employment Opportunities

SANTA CLARITA, Calif. (December 20, 2006) – Imagine having a job where seeing wildlife such as salmon-hunting bear, grazing caribou and soaring bald eagles is an everyday occurrence. Princess Tours, one of the largest tour companies in Alaska is offering just that, with a number of jobs available in Alaska for the 2007 summer season.
Every… [Continue Reading]

Carnival Liberty to Operate Year Round out of Miami

MIAMI (December 19, 2006) – Carnival Cruise Lines’ 110,000-ton Carnival Liberty will launch a new seven-day Caribbean cruise schedule from Miami featuring a variety of tropical ports of call, including the cruise industry’s newest destination, Grand Turk, and the private Bahamian island of Half Moon Cay beginning in May 2008.
In addition,… [Continue Reading]

Regent’s Seven Seas Mariner Gets Perfect Score

Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ flagship vessel Seven Seas Mariner has passed the United States Public Health inspection with a perfect score of 100 points. This marks the third time Seven Seas Mariner has achieved this score, making it the only cruise vessel in history to receive a perfect score three times…. [Continue Reading]