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|November 27, 2006
Regent Seven Seas Cruises Unveils 2008 World Cruise
Regent Seven Seas Cruises will embark on the longest and most extensive voyage in its history with the 115-night 2008 World Cruise - the line's eighth such cruise. Guests will travel in stylish luxury aboard the 700-guest all-suite, all-balcony Seven Seas Voyager as she circumnavigates the globe, visiting 51 ports in 26 countries throughout the South Pacific, Orient and Arabia, as well as the Mediterranean and Bermuda. New for 2008, the voyage commences in beautiful San Francisco. "We are del...
|October 30, 2006
Windstar Cruises Offers Cell Phone Service At Sea
Sailing away on a ship no longer means losing all connections with the outside world - unless you choose to. The convenience of staying in touch with family, friends, and business associates while on a ship at sea has arrived. Windstar Cruises will offer cell phone service at sea on all three ships beginning with the Wind Surf in December. "It's vital to our business that we listen to our customers and keep up with their changing lifestyles and expectations," says Diane Moore, Windstar's vic...
|September 27, 2006
Regent Seven Seas' Guests Find Smaller Ships Offer Intimate Experiences
Bucking the trend in an era of mega cruise ships, guests sailing with Regent Seven Seas find its small to-mid-sized ship experience a best-kept secret: offering more personalized service, greater overall space per passenger, and customized experiences. Beginning in 2007, the value of the ships' nimble size will be even more pronounced with several new and exotic ports of call and the expansion of The Regent Travel Concierge, featuring one-on-one concierge services and tools for guests to customi...
|August 23, 2006
Seabourn Announces 2007 'Wonders of the World' Voyages
Ultra luxury, small-ship specialist Seabourn Cruise Line has announced two 2007 "Wonders of the World Odyssey" extended voyages aboard Seabourn Spirit, Condé Nast Traveler's highest rated cruise ship for two consecutive years. A new full-color brochure features the odysseys as a part of the line's menu of 68 different 2007-08 Grand Voyages of 18 to 72 days, offered at savings of up to 60 percent. "Seabourn has always had a cadre of 'blue water sailors' who love to get on board and sail on an...
|July 27, 2006
Regent Seven Seas' Paul Gauguin Features Famed Ocean Explorer
Guests sailing the waters of French Polynesia aboard Regent Seven Seas' Paul Gauguin this November will have an opportunity to participate in an environment and marine life-themed enrichment program led by renowned ocean explorer Jean-Michel Cousteau, as part of the line's onboard enrichment program. Through an exclusive partnership with Cousteau's Ocean Futures Society, Regent Seven Seas will welcome Cousteau himself aboard its 330-guest, all ocean-view Paul Gauguin, the most elegant vess...
|July 20, 2006
Internet Cafes & Wi-Fi Hotspots Now Standard On Most Cruise Ships
A couple of years ago, only a handful of cruise lines equipped their ships with dedicated Internet cafes and Wi-Fi "hotspots" for wireless connections to the Web. Since then, guest demand for 24/7 connectivity at sea has surged even higher and now virtually every major cruise line offers travelers convenient ways to stay connected with the outside world. "Not long ago, Internet access on a cruise ship was the exception, rather than the norm, but that's now reversed," said Bob Levinstein, CEO...
|June 13, 2006
Seabourn's "Tastings @ 2" ...A Sort of Culinary Symphony
Always a pioneer of innovative cruise cuisine, Seabourn Cruise Line has once again successfully translated a tasteful trend popularized by upper-tier shoreside restaurants to its three intimate, yacht-like ships. When the line introduced innovative dinner menus called "Tastings @ 2" to its more casual alternative onboard dining venue, it became the first cruise line to feature a multi-course, small-plate dining experience on board. According to Deborah L. Natansohn, Seabourn's president, "Se...
|June 07, 2006
Seabourn Publishes 2007-08 Cruise Catalogue
Ultra luxury small ship specialist Seabourn Cruise Line has published a 104-page, full color catalogue featuring cruise vacations aboard its three yacht-like, all-suite ships through the first quarter of 2008. The 15-month schedule includes 125 cruises aboard Seabourn Pride, Spirit and Legend, calling at more than 225 ports in 64 countries between January 2007 and April 2008. Titled "Seabourn yachting life," the lustrous catalogue opens with a series of two-page spreads highlighting Seabourn...
|June 02, 2006
Regent Seven Seas Mariner's 96-Night "Grand Asia Pacific" Voyage
From gushing geysers to golden pagodas, from Komodo dragons to silken kimonos, and from Alaska across the Bering Sea to Japan, China, Vietnam, Bali, Australia, New Zealand and Tahiti, guests on the seven segments of the Seven Seas Mariner's September -- December "Grand Asia Pacific" Voyage will explore the far flung and varied allure of the Pacific Rim while living the luxury and enjoying valuable savings. In addition to five exclusive complimentary shore side events, three Spotlight program...
|May 22, 2006
Oceania Cruises Unveils "The Perfect Table"
Oceania Cruises, renowned for servings the finest cuisine at sea, has created The Perfect Table for it to be served upon. As the first in a series of corporate initiatives that underscore Oceania Cruises' position as an industry leader in the field of culinary excellence, the line is set to unveil the ultimate in supreme dining experiences. Adorned with chic Versace china, glimmering Christofle silver and delicate Riedel crystal, The Perfect Table sets the stage upon which Oceania Cruises' culin...
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