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Latest News...MSC Cruises revealed today new dining concepts that will be available first to guests on MSC Meraviglia and MSC Seaside. Designed to meet the needs of today's cruise guests, the two ships — the first two of a total of 11 new mega-ships due to come into service starting this year, in June and December, respectively — will introduce highly...

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Cruise Lines Kevin Sheehan returns with new cruise line by joe at travelpage     (post # 1)
From the Palm Beach PostPort of PB cruise business purchased by former Norwegian Cruise CEOhe cruise firm that sails the Grand Celebration from the Port of Palm Beach to The Bahamas is under new ownership that includes the former ...
Cruise Lines Norwegian Announces Order for Next Generation of Ships for Norwegian Cruise Line by Malcolm @ cruisepage     (post # 2)
It's interesting that NCL/Del Rio have chosen the Fincantieri shipyard rather than their favourite Meyer Werft.They have also chosen a Fincantieri design rather than one of their own.Some have speculated that it could be a MSC ...
Cruise Ships Celebrity Edge Revealed by joe at travelpage     (post # 2)
More Details:Stunning design and breakthrough staterooms set a new standard for modern luxury travelToday, Celebrity Cruises delivers a first look at the transformational Celebrity Edge, whose dramatically expanded staterooms, ...
Cruise Ships NCL's Project Leonardo by Potadoughs     (post # 3)
I like the MSC Seaside, but I feel NCL's Project Leonardo made it look a bit sleeker.I've always noticed similar designs between the Breakaway/Solstice/Quantum class but thought it was just me!
Ports of Call and Destinations Norway To Build World's First Ship Tunnel by joe at travelpage     (post # 1)
From World Maritime NewsThe construction of the world’s first full-scale ship tunnel in Norway could begin as early as next year as the country’s Coastal Administration is in the finishing stages of the project’s feasibility ...
ShipMates Who's Booked 2013 - 2017 by rem-dk     (post # 28)
And this Copenhagen Savona was sold out when I sat down to book.Instead I have booked Western Mediterranean from-to Palma de Mallorca in August 2017 on Costa Diadema.The Copenhagen Savona must be in 2018 then.Best regardsRené ...
Technically Speaking Stateroom Of The Future? by Malcolm @ cruisepage     (post # 1)
See:https://malcolmoliver.wordpress.com/2017/03/12/stateroom-of-the-future/Looks like Celebrity Edge has borrowed this design form European River boats.[ 03-16-2017: Message edited by: Malcolm @ cruisepage ] ...
Ocean Liners and Classic Cruise Ships Queen Mary next? by Malcolm @ cruisepage     (post # 5)
I stayed on-board some years back now, even they she was a great nautical experience and a bad hotel!Do they still do the ghost tour? It's silly, but you got to see some bits of the ship otherwise off-limits, like the indoor swimming pool.[ ...
Cruise Ships AIDA Cruises Announces Start of Construction of The First LNG Cruise Ship in The Worl by joe at travelpage     (post # 1)
On February 21, 2017, a new age dawned for the cruise shipping sector at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg. AIDA President Felix Eichhorn and Meyer Werft Director Bernard Meyer performed the symbolic first steel cutting for the ...
Ocean Liners and Classic Cruise Ships President Washington (1958) by Indarra     (post # 10)
My use of the tern "C3 replacements" comes from the layout similarity with the C-3-Ps on APL's round the-world service, as per President Garfield below. Originally six ships, but postwar only President Polk and President Monroe ...

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