Catch Up on Cruising: Latest News in bite size!

Ahoy Fellow Cruisers

This is your fortnightly Catch up on Cruising and the latest news in bite size pieces!

You may have seen that the latest Princess Cruises vessel, Majestic Princess has been cruising our waters, Vanessa from our office will be doing a tour of this ship on Tuesday and will be posting live video on our facebook page so if you want to see how gorgeous this ship is, watch out for the posts and follow us on facebook for special offers and updates.

Kodiak (Alaska) expecting record cruise season in 2019

31 cruise ships are scheduled to visit Kodiak next year which will bring a huge economic benefit to this port.  The largest cruise ship to dock in Kodiak, the Queen Elizabeth will bring more than 2000 cruise passengers to the city in just one visit.


Crystal Cruises 2021 itinerary highlights

Crystal Symphony and Crystal Serenity will be offering a 68 all-inclusive voyages, covering 238 destinations in 53 countries in 2021 including 175 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

One highlight is Crystal Symphony Dazzling Holiday Down Under which is highlighted by explorations of New Zealand wineries and a not to be missed opportunity to be in Sydney Harbour to watch the iconic New Year’s fireworks.

Nine maiden calls are also included, Australia’s Townsville is among the first time visits.  Crystal Serenity will spend a full day in Townsville on 14 Feb as part of her 18 day Exotic Isles of Southeast Asia cruise departing from Brisbane to Hong Kong.


All-inclusive experience on Uniworld to get even better!

Uniworld Boutique River Cruises are have re-launched their Fly Free to Europe offer, but it is only valid for a limited time, valid for new bookings made before 07 November 2018 in conjunction with 2019 European Itineraries only.

Guests enjoy complimentary economy airfares when booking their European Fly-Cruise adventure, or for a little more luxury, upgrades are available to business class also.


Oceania Cruises Europe & The Americas Collection 2020 now available

Oceania’s 6 intimate ships offer destination focused cruising and spend more time in port often arriving at sunset and departing in the evenings offering guests the chance to spend more time immersed in the culture and history of the country they are visiting.

Highlights of the 2020 Europe & The Americas Highlights:

  • Ten voyages to Turkey with calls in Istanbul, Ephesus & Antalya
  • Three voyages to the Holy Land aboard Sirena, Riviera and Nautica with calls in Jerusalem, Haifa & Ashdod
  • Seven voyages to wine countries of western Europe which all feature an overnight stay in Bordeaux
  • Regatta offers more and longer Alaskan voyages with three 10-day, three 11-day, two 12-day and two 14-day cruises in addition to four 7-day cruises, six voyages in total sail between Vancouver and Seward.
  • Insignia embarks on two new itineraries that include Iceland – New York to Reykjavik and Reykjavik to London in addition to re offering her 7-day Bermuda cruises from Manhattan and four signature Autumn foliage voyages.


P&O Cruises offer an exclusive beach club for Pacific Adventure

Pacific Adventure, the newest ship to the P&O fleet will be offering a limited number of guests exclusive access to a private onboard “beach club”.  The “Byron Beach Club” retreat will be available to guests booked in to suites and mini suites.

The exclusive retreat offers a private outdoor pool, whirlpool spas and seating located on the top deck. Offering amazing sea views, guests can enjoy relaxation and pampering in stylish surroundings.


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