Archives for September 2007

NCL Rolls Out the Red Carpet For Its Brightest Jewel—Norwegian Gem

MIAMI, Sept. 28 – She’s hot, she’s hip, she’s Norwegian Cruise Line’s (NCL) new “It” Girl—the 93,530-ton Freestyle Cruising ship Norwegian Gem, entering service this October in Europe and debuting in the U.S. this December. NCL is celebrating the arrival of Norwegian Gem with inaugural events in Europe, Boston and New York culminating with the… [Continue Reading]

A Mediterranean Winter…With MSC Cruises!

FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. (Sept. 27, 2007) – The Mediterranean Sea is at the heart of MSC Cruises’ business and continues to play a strategic role throughout the winter season. After the success of previous years, two ships from the MSC Cruises fleet – MSC Orchestra and sister ship MSC Musica – will cruise the Mediterranean… [Continue Reading]

Seabourn ‘Sisters’ Slated For Multi-Million Dollar Makeovers

MIAMI, September 19, 2007—-The three award-winning Yachts of Seabourn, Seabourn Pride, Spirit and Legend, are undergoing multi-million dollar renovations during drydock maintenance periods scheduled between September of 2007 and April of 2008. The renovations, which are the most extensive since balconies were added to 36 of each ship’s suites five years ago, include major overhauls… [Continue Reading]

The First Panel For MSC Magnifica

FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. (Sept. 27, 2007) –Construction of the new MSC Cruises ships is well underway at the Aker Yards in St. Nazaire, France.
After the first steel cutting of MSC Magnifica, the technical float out of MSC Poesia and the transfer of the berth for MSC Fantasia, which took place Aug. 30-Sept. 1, it… [Continue Reading]

MSC Cruises: A Grand Ocean Experience

FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. (Aug. XX, 2007) – Discover three continents — Europe, Africa and North America – with a fascinating collection of adventures to cruise Spain and Morocco, as well as Madeira and Barbados, along to Venezuela, Martinique, Puerto Rico and Florida.
These cruises will appeal to the first-time cruiser as well as the experienced… [Continue Reading]