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|April 24, 2006
Regent Seven Seas Extends Le Cordon Bleu Partnership
Since the year 2001, guests of Regent Seven Seas Cruises' acclaimed 700-guest all-balcony suite sister ships, Seven Seas Voyager and Seven Seas Mariner, have been free to immerse themselves in the world-class cuisine of the legendary Le Cordon Bleu -- enjoying exclusive dinners at "Signatures," the only permanent Le Cordon Bleu restaurants-at-sea, and in intimate, hands-on Le Cordon Bleu "Classe Culinaire des Croísières" workshops. Now, on select 2006 sailings, even the most passionate of...
|March 22, 2006
Seabourn Spirit Explores Arabia & India In November
Age-old Egyptian tombs and towering fjords; a long-lost city carved from solid stone and futuristic, glass-and-steel towers rising from desert dunes; a Persian-inspired marble dome, glowing in the first rays of the sun, and elephants bathing in a sun-dappled tropical river; these and many other unforgettable sights await travelers on two cruises aboard Seabourn Spirit in November of 2006. Voted the world's best small cruise ship for the second consecutive year in the most recent Condé Nast T...
|March 07, 2006
Regent Seven Seas Cruises Upgraded Amenities & "Personalized Luxury"
In shedding its old name for its new brand identity, Radisson Seven Seas Cruises is not just becoming Regent Seven Seas Cruises, "Our acclaimed cruise line is evolving to a new higher level," said Jay Witzel, president and CEO of Carlson Hotels Worldwide and Carlson Cruises Worldwide. Sketching out developments over the next 18 months, including the upgrading of suite design, décor, amenities and technology plus the roll out of innovative new product offerings and services, Witzel also laid...
|December 13, 2005
All-Balcony Suite Seven Seas Voyager's 108-Night World Cruise
Luxury truly goes exploring during Seven Seas Voyager's 108-night, six-segment World Cruise departing Los Angeles January 10, 2006. Adventures on the far side of the globe are coupled with an overflowing roster of shipboard programming including celebrity, Smithsonian Institute and Ocean Futures Society guest lecturers, a wide array of musical entertainment, guest chefs, Le Cordon Bleu cooking workshops and creative culinary events, in addition to exclusive shore side events and unique land prog...
|November 29, 2005
New For Radisson Seven Seas In 2006
New menus, globetrotting itineraries, and personalized shore programs are at the forefront for Radisson Seven Seas in 2006. The acclaimed Seven Seas Navigator will return to Europe for her first full season since 2002; the luxury line will roll out its multi-tiered, customized "Travel Concierge" program; new alternative dining concepts will be introduced fleet wide; and nine new ports of call will be added to the more than 300 global destinations as "luxury goes exploring." Worldwide Adventur...
|March 30, 2004
Wind Star To Depart Tahiti In 2005 "Sail And Save" Rates Now Available
Windstar Cruises has announced that the msy Wind Star will leave Tahiti at the end of 2004 and begin sailing new itineraries in Costa Rica, the Panama Canal, the Mediterranean and the Greek Islands. Only 32 sailings remain in Tahiti. Travelers who have dreamed about experiencing Tahiti with Windstar, or those who have been putting off their trip of a lifetime, have multiple incentives to book now. As a fond farewell, all remaining Tahiti cruises are available at new "Sail and Save" rates with ai...
|June 20, 2003
Star Cruises Gears Up For Homecoming Cruises To Hong Kong And Singapore
Star Cruises has announced the redeployment of SuperStar Leo and SuperStar Virgo from Australia to their original homeports of Hong Kong and Singapore respectively. The vessels are scheduled to arrive in Hong Kong on 31st July 2003 and Singapore on 20th July 2003 respectively. Festivities are presently being planned to celebrate the ships' homecoming. SuperStar Leo and SuperStar Virgo were deployed to Australia during the height of the SARS situation in Asia and have, to date, successfully c...
|December 24, 2002
Radisson Seven Seas Voyager 94-Night Grand Asia Pacific Voyage
Radisson Seven Seas Cruises has announced its first-ever 94-night Grand Asia Pacific Voyage aboard the new 700-guest all-balcony suite Seven Seas Voyager, sailing roundtrip from Los Angeles January 10, 2004. The luxury vessel, specially designed for extended cruising, will pamper her globetrotting travelers during the destination-intensive itinerary reaching 41 ports in 18 countries. Available in its 94-night entirety or five shorter, combinable segments of 15 to 23 nights, bookings for the G...
|August 21, 2002
Star Cruises Group Announces New Ships For NCL Brand For 2004
Star Cruises will add another 2,000-guest purpose-built ship for Freestyle Cruising to the rapidly modernising Norwegian Cruise Line ("NCL") fleet. The yet-to-be-named ship will be delivered in spring of 2004 in time for the summer season. NCL has contracted with Northrop Grumman Ship Systems (NGSS) to buy all of the materials and equipment and the work performed to date on the two Project America vessels under construction at Northrop?s Ingalls shipyard in Mississippi. The substantially complet...
|August 20, 2002
Star Cruises' Superstar Leo Makes Historic Maiden Call At Shanghai
Star Cruises, announced the arrival of SuperStar Leo in Shanghai from Hong Kong August 20. The 6-Day /5-Night cruise from 18th to 23rd August 2002 which includes an overnight stay in Shanghai on 20th August 2002 received overwhelming response and was fully booked soon after its launch in June. SuperStar Leo arrived in Shanghai as the largest cruise ship ever to berth at the Shanghai port along the Wai Gao Qiao Pier with about 2,100 passengers. The arrival of SuperStar Leo on her historic maiden...
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