Monthly Archives: July 2012

Catch up on Cruising: Latest cruise news in bite size

Viking’s record-breaking new ships Popular river cruise experts, Viking River Cruises, have broken a record for the total number of ships it will have cruising next year – a total of 14 in all. And they’re set to offer all-inclusive fares too, covering all drinks, meals, daily shore excursions, tips and port taxes.

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Applause for Sydney The cruise ship industry is applauding the decision by Australian Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, to allow superliners to berth at Garden Island, Sydney’s naval base. There will now be room for three cruise liners to berth at the naval base, along with customs facilities.

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Pacific Pearl all set for friends and family If you’re thinking of taking a cruise with your family and friends this coming summer, then you should check out the newly refurbished Pacific Pearl. Often in short supply on cruise ships, ten interconnecting cabins are about to be added to P & O’s superliner, in time […]

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Asian expansion for Uniworld Uniworld’s sell-out cruises in Asia have prompted the company to expand their cruising repertoire in the region. Because all of its 2012 itineraries have sold out, and to meet the demand in 2013, there is a new 10-day Impressions of China & the Yangtze cruise, announced this week in Uniworld’s ‘2013 […]

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