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Ship By Ship Guide To P&O Cruises

In their 181st year in existence, P&O Cruises can lay to claim they are the oldest cruise line in the world. They can trace their roots back to 1837 when the ‘Peninsular Steam Navigation Company’ was founded and in 1840 would become the ‘Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company after being incorporated by Royal Charter. 2,401 more words

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Should you cruise on a Oasis-class ship?

Royal Caribbean has recently introduced its fourth Oasis-class (read: big) cruise ship, the Symphony of the Seas. She joins her sister ships Oasis, Allure, and Harmony of the Seas, and the four ships share a number of common characteristics. 911 more words

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MSC Bellissima will become the biggest ship ever christened in the UK at an event next March

MSC Bellissima will become the biggest ship ever christened in the UK, it was announced tonight.

The 171,000-ton vessel, which carries up to 5,700 passengers, will be named during a ceremony in Southampton on March 2, 2019. 473 more words

Marella Explorer 2 to be cruise line's first adult-only ship as entire fleet goes all-inclusive​

Marella Explorer 2 will be the cruise line’s first adult-only ship when it joins the fleet next year, it was announced today.

The ship, currently sailing as SkySea Golden Era, will be tailored to meet the needs of couples, friends and groups, says Marella Cruises. 319 more words

Disney Releases First Rendering of its Next Generation of Ships

Disney Cruise Line has released it’s first rendering of their next line of ships. These gorgeous new ships will set sail in 2021, 2022 and 2023. 310 more words

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Disney Release Renderings For Next Three Vessels

Disney Cruise Line have today released renderings for their next three vessels which are scheduled for delivery in 2021,2022 and 2023 respectively.

At around 140,000 gross tons, each vessel will have around 1250 staterooms with capacity for 2500 guests. 70 more words

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Fred Olsen Has 'Exploration' Vision

Fred Olsen Cruise Lines are considering entering the exploration market with the possible introduction of a ‘series’ of new vessels which could hold upto 600 passengers. 218 more words

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