Carnival Corporation have today announced they have signed a memorandium of agreement with Italian shipyard, Fincantieri, for the construction of 2 new ships for their Holland America Line and Princess Cruises brands. 447 more words
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German cruise line AIDA have established a working partnership with global coffee shop giants, Starbucks.
Coffee from Starbucks as of last week is now being served on AIDAprima’s Pier 3 Market and is expected that this will be introduced to the other ships in the fleet in the coming months as part of their ‘We Proudly Serve Starbucks’ partnership. 113 more words
Has the cat been let out the bag for the name of the new 4th Oasis Class ship? It may appear that way, after Flowrider, Inc, who supply the flowriders simulators on Royal Caribbean ships, released a blog post on their website stating that two flowriders will appear on the new ship, in which they revealed a name of Symphony of the Seas. 132 more words
Vard have announced that they have signed a letter of intent with a un-named cruise line for the construction of an expedition ship and is expected to be delivered in 2019 at a cost of around NOK I billion. 122 more words
With the collapse of British travel group, All Leisure Holidays, there has been a good news story come out of it. Hebridean Island Cruises, which was part of All Leisure Holidays, which operates one ship, Hebridean Princess, has been purchased by All Leisure’s former majority shareholder, Roger Allard and a group of investors. 169 more words
National Geographic Orion, sailing for National Geographic in alliance with Linblad Expeditions, is expected to be out of service until April after suffering a ‘significant technical’ issue in Antarctica on the 27th December. 228 more words