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'Magic Carpet' restaurant to travel between decks on Celebrity Edge

A ‘Magic Carpet’ will carry passengers between decks on the new Celebrity Edge, it was revealed in Miami today.

The size of a tennis court, the room will travel between four floors, becoming a restaurant on Deck 16 offering ‘dinner on the Edge’ for 90 guests. 338 more words


French Cruisers - Pictures and Stats!

The French cruisers are coming soon! Here are some pictures, and the stats. (note these are simply historically accurate, they may be tweaked for in-game balancing) 381 more words

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New ships on the way for Princess Cruises and Holland America Line

Princess Cruises is to get a sixth Royal-class ship and Holland America Line another Pinnacle-class vessel, Carnival Corporation announced today.

The 3,560-guest ship for Princess Cruises is due for delivery in 2022. 226 more words


Hebrides Cruises Rapidly Expanding

Small ship adventure company, Hebrides Cruises, which launched in 2014, has announced the purchase of a second vessel, “Proud Seahorse” that adds a bit more luxury to the fleet. 135 more words


1st Celebrity ships in new class to be named Edge and Beyond

Celebrity Edge steel cutting ceremony

 Celebrity Cruises has named two new ships being built for 2018 and 2020: Celebrity Edge and Celebrity Beyond.

They will be the first two ships in a new class. 50 more words

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Virgin Cruises becomes Virgin Voyages in new Branson announcement in Miami

Virgin Cruises announced a new brand name and launched a maiden video in Miami today.

The company will now be known as Virgin Voyages, entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson revealed, saying ‘even the name’ should leave passengers ‘dizzy with anticipation’. 146 more words


Bliss in Alaska - Norwegian's new ship will be custom-made for 'The Last Frontier'

Norwegian Bliss will be the first ship ‘custom-built for the ultimate Alaska cruise experience’, NCL has announced.

The third in the line’s ‘Breakaway-Plus’ class will carry 4,000 guests on voyages from Seattle beginning in June 2018. 209 more words