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|July 16, 2001
Windstar Enhances New Zealand Cruises With Land Tours, Shore Excursions
Sail this winter into summer down-under with Windstar and discover the isles of New Zealand on a fascinating shore excursion or land tour. Over 30 shore excursions will be offered during the New Zealand 2002 inaugural season aboard the 148-passenger msy Wind Song. Windstar's broad assortment of unique tours promises to satisfy all desires with outings ranging from thrill-seeking adventures to leisurely cultural tours. The land tour and shore excursions showcase New Zealand specialties such as th...
|June 26, 2001
Seabourn Offers Free Airfare to Exotic Yacht Cruises in Asia
Ultra-luxury cruise pioneer Seabourn Cruise Line has added extraordinary value to attractive Early Booking Savings of up to 20 percent by offering free economy class round-trip airfare to join any of eleven exotic Asian cruises aboard its 100-couple yacht Seabourn Spirit. The airfare alone represents a savings of up to $2,610 per person. In addition, the line also offers upgrades to business class air at value-priced add-ons as low as $1,295. The airfare offer is valid from 23 gateway cities a...
|May 29, 2001
Windstar Repositioning Cruises
Windstar's "Signature Voyages" will ply the course less charted this autumn featuring yoga, art, cooking, and photography instruction. Windstar guests will be swept away by 50% savings and free or reduced airfare available on eleven fall repositioning cruises between October 20, and December 9, 2001. Windstar's signature voyages feature exclusive itineraries, calling upon secluded ports of call from the ancient cities of Europe to the exotic nature reserves of New Zealand and Costa Rica. Disc...
|May 17, 2001
Star Cruises' Chefs Shine At The Hong Kong International Culinary Classic 2001
Star Cruises has won gold, silver and bronze medals at the recent Hong Kong International Culinary Classic 2001 (HKICC 2001). Leading chefs from around the region participated in the competition which was held at the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre in conjunction with the 9th Asian International Exhibition of Hospitality Equipment, Supplies & Technology, Food & Drink (HOFEX) 2001. A total of nine Star Cruises' chefs vied for honours in the categories of Ice-Carving, Pastry Display ...
|May 02, 2001
Windstar Cruises Announces 2002 Sailing Schedule
Windstar has issued a new mini-brochure, the "Windstar Cruises 2002 Voyage Planner," announcing all 2002 cruise itineraries for the luxury line's sailing fleet. Reservations are now being taken on all cruises. Newly announced destinations for 2002 include the Far East, New Zealand, Australia, Indonesia, Bahamas and Florida Keys, and Malta. The four sailing yachts of Windstar will journey around the globe visiting 47 countries including 17 island nations/territories in the Caribbean. Well known f...
|April 23, 2001
QE2 More Affordable Than Ever
Australians have discovered the glamour, excitement and affordability of travelling on the world's most famous ship, the Queen Elizabeth 2. During its visit to five Australian ports in February of this year, the QE2 was fully booked months ahead and had more Australians on board than any other nationality. At prices starting at $281 per day, including all meals and entertainment, experiencing the grandest of all ocean liners is remarkably affordable. Cunard is now taking bookings for its 2002...
|April 12, 2001
Hong Kong's Cruise Business Swells By 51.6% In 2000
Hong Kong has seen more than 35 international cruise vessels enter its port over the past year, with cruise lines planning to visit in 2001 reading like a whoís who of the cruising industry. With its unique cosmopolitan atmosphere, a living fusion of East and West and 6,000 years of Chinese tradition, Hong Kong is a "must-see" destination for world cruise aficionados. The City of Life, with its stunning vistas of Victoria Harbour from every cabin window, will feature on the itineraries of eig...
|March 30, 2001
Regal China Cruises Immerses Travelers In Chinese Culture & Tradition
Tai Chi is the graceful art form practiced daily by millions of Chinese as a martial art, an exercise and a means of improving the flow of internal energy within the body. Each morning, as the mist lingers over the Yangtze River, passengers aboard Regal China Cruises can learn more about this important aspect of Chinese culture through participating in Tai Chi lessons on the ship's Sun Deck. This true cultural immersion is part of Regal China Cruises' philosophy to provide travelers to the regio...
|March 08, 2001
Norwegian Cruise Line Announces New Ship To Be Deployed In Hawaii
Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) has revised its plans for ship deployment in the Hawaii cruise market, announcing today that the new $400 million 91,000-ton, super-ship formerly slated for NCL's parent company Star Cruises, will now join NCL's fleet in December 2001 for year-round deployment in Hawaii. The new ship, which is under construction in Germany and was to be called SuperStar Libra, will now be outfitted to NCL specifications and named Norwegian Star, signifying the increasingly strong link...
|February 09, 2001
Seabourn Site Scores In Forbes.com's 'Best Of The Web'
Seabourn Cruise Line's onsite address, www.seabourn.com, has been selected by the editors of Forbes.com "Best of the Web" magazine as one of this season's best-designed and most effective sites on the world wide web. Seabourn launched their site in December 1999, and it has been steadily growing both in content and in numbers of visitors since. In January 2001, the site registered 110,636 sessions, the first month in which the site has exceeded 100,000. About 63 percent of the inbound traff...
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