Cruising Reviews

PONANT unveils Blue Eye

12/12/2017 by .

The French-owned cruise line PONANT which specialises in luxury expeditions to some of the remotest places on Earth has announced a global first. Its new PONANT Explorer series of luxury cruise ships will be equipped with Blue Eye, an underwater passenger lounge fitted with reinforced giant portholes showing spectacular underwater views.

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Crystal Cruises Bike Shore Excursions

Ultra-luxury cruise operator Crystal Cruises bike shore excursions will begin this year with 16 bicycle Crystal Adventures in 2014. Throughout Northern and Western Europe and the Mediterranean, travellers can enjoy some of the world’s most striking architecture, charming villages, spectacular seaside views and historically profound sites, often best – and sometimes only – accessed on bicycle.

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Korn To Headline Rock Music Cruise

Tourico Holidays is making waves with its own rock music cruise. The cruise “Rockaholica” is to be the first of many music festival cruises, and the travel wholesaler has charted the 5-star Carnival Ecstasy for the occasion. The cruise program will be headlined by the famous rock band KoRn along with other top acts like […]

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Crystal Serenity’s “Extreme Makeover” completed in November

Crystal Cruises is preparing for a $17-million redesign of the award-winning Crystal Serenity this November.

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Regent Seven Seas to launch new ship

Regent Seven Seas to launch new ship.. The luxury cruise line Regent seven seas has placed an order for a new 738-passenger liner to be called Seven Seas Explorer.

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UK largest cruise ship begins construction

P&O has begun constructing the largest cruise ship to be built for the UK market. Once she’s in service, the ship will be able to hold 3,611 passengers in 1,812 cabins, served by a crew of 1,350.

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Titanic 2: Thousands sign up for maiden voyage.

It seems on the surface, Clive Palmer’s audacious project to build a replica Titanic has been embraced with open arms by an adoring public who yearn to see her sail once again. Reportedly some 40,000 people have signed up for her maiden voyage in 2016.

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