According to news from the Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection, the company is creating a new product for Millennials. U BY UNIWORLD, set to launch sales in March 2017 and begin sailings in early 2018.
According to research from Royal Caribbean, holiday seekers use social media as their inspiration for booking trips. In keeping with the study’s findings, the cruise company is now offering the ultimate internship for a lucky Instagram aficionado.
More than 100 participants are expected at Odessa during the 48th MedCruise General Assembly at Hotel Bristol, a round table meeting dedicated to cruise and yacht tourism.
In news from Holland America, to honor of Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu’s work, the leading cruise company has donated $100,000 to the Desmond Tutu Peace Foundation (DTPF). The donation follows Tutu’s appearance as a special lecturer of ms Amsterdam’s Grand World Voyage
If you’re one of those travelers that thinks of yacht style cruising first, Windstar Cruises has just announced the debut of their Star Pride, and the 2014 Pride Voyage Collection. An “all suite” affair that features new iteneraries for 2013, Windstar’s excursion into the Black Sea is just the ticket for the modern day Jason and his or her Argonauts.
Estonian’s AS Tallink Grupp has just released their Q1 profit and loss figures for 2013. According to their release the passenger shipping line lost some €17.7 million euro, down €1.3 million in red ink from last year’s figures at the same time.
Carnival Cruise Lines is apparently sailing away from Europeans headed to more profitable distant shores. Blaming rising airfare costs and other market problems in Europe, the cruise giant has decided to port Carnival Legend in Australia rather than in Barcelona and the Med.
In news from Bulgaria, the world’s biggest cruise company, Royal Caribbean, and INFLOT World Wide shipping announced establishing Burgas as home to the CRUISE BLACK SEA Association.
Master Baker Buddy Valastro, renown baker and television baking star, will open a new branch of his family business on the 8th deck of the Norwegian cruise ship “Breakaway” when it reaches New York in May this year. All of Buddy’s repertoire of decadent delights will be available to customers, as well as for custom orders too. And, a neat surprise will be Carlo’s offering passengers cupcake decorating classes.
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Odds are you never thought of traveling from Italy to Greece via ultra fast auto ferry. You probably did not even consider there is such a thing outside of a Bond flick, let alone churning across the length of the Adriatic aboard one. Here at Argo, we are all about the love of travel and wonderful, novel ways of “getting there” too.
On Friday Norwegian Cruise Line announced a unique hull artwork design for coming cruiser 4,000 passenger Norwegian Breakaway. Slated to be the largest cruise ship to home port in New York City, Breakaway’s hull will be etched with artwork by America’s most popular artist, Peter Max.
Oceania Cruises, one of the world’s top luxury cruiselines, cristened their latest vessel, m/s Riviera in Barcelona yesterday. The 66,172-ton vessel, built by famed Italian yard Fincantieri’s Sestri Ponente, will set sail on a 10-day maiden voyage from Venice to Athens beginning May 16.
1. Costa Concordia One of the most well-known, recent disasters, it ran aground and partially sank, with over 4000 passengers on board. 24 died and 64 were injured while 7 remain missing. The situation was handled badly, with the captain downplaying it to delay evacuation. The ship then developed a list which seriously hindered the […]
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