Archives for June 2008

My Top Ten Things to Love About Cruising

I have decided to start a short little series on some of my cruise top ten lists. Over the course of the next week, I hope to cover three top ten lists. The three planned top ten lists are: “My favorites Things”, “Things I Avoid” and “Things I’d Like to Try Someday”.
Today,… [Continue Reading]

Pan-Asian Cuisine Showcased at Holland America Line’s New Tamarind Restaurant

Seattle, June 27, 2008 – Dim sum, satay and Rijsttafel all take the stage at Tamarind, one of three new dining venues debuting on ms Eurodam in July. Tamarind, a Pan-Asian restaurant with a capacity for 144 diners, will serve reservations-only lunch and dinner. The complimentary lunch menu will feature dim sum, an assortment of… [Continue Reading]

Holland America Line’s New ms Eurodam Blends Traditional Dutch Art and New Works

Seattle, June 26, 2008 – From the Dutch Golden Age to dramatic sculpture, the new ms Eurodam will showcase a stunning range of artistic works. The 2,104-guest liner – Holland America Line’s first Signature-class ship – honors the traditional Dutch art and artifacts integral to the Holland America brand while extending the theme with contemporary… [Continue Reading]

P&O Cruises Launches New Easy to Use Website

In response to the needs of past passengers and prospective travellers P&O Cruises has launched a new and improved website to ease the process of researching and booking cruises.
Now visitors logging-on to will be greeted with a new easy to use website offering an improved online experience. Budding photographers will also have the chance… [Continue Reading]

Carnival Launches New ‘Endless Summer Celebration’ Sale

MIAMI, June 26 – Carnival Cruise Lines will launch a new sales promotion – “Endless Summer Celebration” – offering different weekly specials on “Fun Ship” cruises booked during the month of July. The new “Endless Summer Celebration” offers sales promotions on a wide range of three- to 12-day “Fun Ship” cruises to the Bahamas, Caribbean,… [Continue Reading]