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|April 17, 2008
Silversea Cruises Opens Asia Pacific Regional Headquarters In Sydney
Ultra luxury cruise company Silversea opens its new Asia Pacific Corporate Regional Office at level 6, 8 Spring Street, Sydney on Monday 21 April, as part of major expansion plans for this market. Steve Odell, senior vice president Asia Pacific said "This is a particularly exciting period for Silversea. We will be expanding the fleet in June with the addition of the purpose built, expedition vessel Prince Albert II, thus taking expedition cruising in a new, all inclusive, luxury direction. A...
|April 15, 2008
Shanghai Port International Cruise Terminal & MSC Cruises Partnership
Shanghai Post International Cruise Terminal (SIPG) will officially open on 5 August 2008. It will be a multibillion-Yuan terminal on the Huangpu River in the heart of Shanghai, and will fulfill the city's ambition to become the top cruise ship hub in Asia. MSC Cruises', a key investor in the terminal, will make SIPG their Asian hub port and commence a number of Asian routes off the back of the launch of the terminal. MSC Cruises who sail principally in Europe and South America will deploy th...
|April 10, 2008
Singapore To Double Cruise Ship Capacity By 2010
Singapore's international cruise infrastructure will double in capacity when the new International Cruise Terminal at Marina South becomes operational in 2010. Two new berths at the facility will accommodate the largest ships currently in service, as well as those on order including the new 5,400 capacity Genesis-class ships. The new berths will complement the existing two berths at the Singapore Cruise Centre at Harbor Front; both cruise facilities are only 10-15 minute drive from each othe...
|February 13, 2008
Holland America Offers Exclusive Australasia Cruise Itineraries In 2009
Holland America Line is set to travel Down Under in 2009 with nine select voyages throughout Australia and New Zealand aboard the 1,432-passenger ms Volendam, a ship new to this region. Iconic landmarks such as the Sydney Opera House and Auckland's Sky Tower will greet guests as the ship explores the varied landscapes and exotic cultures of Australia and the North and South islands of New Zealand through several unique ports of call. Departing from Auckland, New Zealand; Sydney, Australia, o...
|February 05, 2008
Regent Seven Seas Cruises Launches "Voyages To Explore Online" Magazine
Regent Seven Seas Cruises is introducing "Voyages to Explore Online," an innovative electronic magazine for Regent guests and prospects. Each issue will feature enlightening articles, dynamic destination videos and slideshows, plus the latest special offers and cruise information. Published quarterly, Voyages to Explore Online offers: - Engaging articles on featured destinations and attractions. - Details on shore excursions, pre- and post-cruise land programs, Circles of Interest and Conci...
|January 03, 2008
Regent Seven Seas Cruises' Land Programs For Pre/Post Cruise Adventure
Regent Seven Seas Cruises will offer enlightening and stimulating adventures ashore in combination with its 2008 and 2009 worldwide itineraries. Regent's exotic pre- and post-cruise land programs are highlighted by exciting and unusual transportation modes. For example, travelers who enjoy riding the rails can go fast from Tokyo to Osaka aboard Japan's Shinkanse, or bullet train, or really fast aboard China's Magalev from Shanghai. Guests who prefer a more leisurely pace can cross Kent, Engl...
|May 15, 2007
Silversea Expands Wi-Fi Coverage Throughout Its Entire Fleet
Recognising the need for their guests to conveniently access the Internet while cruising aboard their ultra-luxury ships, Silversea Cruises has announced it has expanded wireless Internet access to 100% coverage throughout its four ships, enabling guests with Wi-Fi-enabled laptops and PDAs to surf the Internet and check e-mails from the comfort of their suites, as well as public areas. "We're pleased to be able to offer this service upgrade to make it more convenient for our guests to stay c...
|May 01, 2007
Regent Seven Seas Cruises' Paul Gauguin 10 Years of Service in Tahiti
More than 100 years ago, famed French impressionist Paul Gauguin was so beguiled by the lush, secluded islands of Tahiti that he chose to live out his days amid the splendor of this island paradise. It is here too where another South Seas legend, Regent Seven Seas Cruises' 330-guest luxury vessel Paul Gauguin, makes her home year-round, herself earning a spot in the history books for the longest continuous deployment of any luxury cruise ship in one region. Now having carried more than 100,000 g...
|March 22, 2007
Regent Seven Seas Cruises Unveils 2008 Program
Award-winning luxury cruise line Regent Seven Seas Cruises has unveiled its cruise program for 2008. The cruise line's fleet of four vessels - Seven Seas Mariner, Seven Seas Voyager, Seven Seas Navigator and Paul Gauguin will literally traverse the globe with 165 cruises, calling on more than 300 ports of call on all seven continents. Of particular note is the unveiling of the first ever "Discovery Collection," an extended exploration of Africa, the Middle East, India and South America. Other hi...
|January 09, 2007
Meetings & Incentives on China's Yangtze River
When meetings and incentive travel planners are asked to give the reasons why they've chosen one destination or one hotel over another, there's a good chance they will begin by citing the very same thing: location, location, location. With this in mind, now is the time to seek out new locations for meetings and incentive programs -- and China is chief among new global settings that offer tremendous appeal. Combine the intrigue and fascination of China with a venue as amazing as a cruise ship...
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