Archives for December 2006

NCL Announces New Longer Inter-Island Itinerary for Hawaii in 2007-08

Miami – December 17, 2006 – NCL Corporation (“NCL”) today announced that beginning in September 2007 it will move Pride of Aloha to 10- and 11-day cruises from Honolulu sailing both inter-island itineraries mixed with Hawai’i cruises calling into Fanning Island in Kiribati, NCL’s Pacific Island hideaway just north of the Equator.
Norwegian Sun will be… [Continue Reading]

Spotlight Shines On Two New Holland America Line Production Shows

SEATTLE, Dec. 15 — Fashion hits the high seas as legendary Hollywood designer Bob Mackie creates 55 original costumes for a series of Broadway-style productions on Holland America Line. Titled “The Hits of Broadway, the Designs of Bob Mackie” and “Love Songs from Broadway, Designs from Bob Mackie,” the two shows highlight the most popular… [Continue Reading]

SilverSea Cruises Enhances Bedding in Entire Fleet

Ft. Lauderdale, Dec 14 – Ultra-luxury Silversea Cruises is set to enhance the bedtime sleep experience for its guests with the installation of new Sealy Posturepedic Plush EuroTop mattresses aboard its entire fleet of four all-suite ships. Also, the line’s top suites, Owner’s, Grand, Royal and Rossellini, will feature Stearns & Foster Plush ultra-luxury beds… [Continue Reading]

Celebrity Announces Celebrity Expeditions Expansion with Celebrity Quest

MIAMI, Dec. 14 — Celebrity Cruises has taken another significant step in its quest to expand the “Celebrity Expeditions” extension of the brand. Celebrity Quest will join Celebrity Expeditions in 2007, pairing new avenues for delivering the “Celebrity Treatment” with exotic new itineraries for the vessel and its sister ship, Celebrity Journey. The three-ship class… [Continue Reading]

Carnivals Short Fun Ship Getaways

MIAMI (December 12, 2006) – Offering a combination of convenience and affordability, shorter, more frequent vacations are more popular than ever, with an increase of more than 10 percent over the past five years, according to a recent study by the Travel Industry Association of America.
To cater to this growing trend, in… [Continue Reading]