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Viking Cruises Announces Details Of Its Viking Star Seagoing Ship
Viking Cruises announced details of its first ocean-going ship, the Viking Star, which is due to enter service in May 2015. She will be the first of a pair of 925-passenger ocean-going cruise ships for Viking Cruises, the new cruise operation that has sprung from Viking River Cruises. The l...

Lloyds Register To Review Titanic 2 Designs
Blue Star Line Chairman Clive Palmer has announced the appointment of Lloyd’s Register to review the design and safety features for Blue Star Line’s Titanic II project, with Mr Palmer saying Lloyd’s Register had more than 250 years’ experience with passenger ships and would r...

P&O Arcadia Refit - in Lloyd Werft Shipyard
Lloyd Werft has landed a contract for a refit on the P&O Arcadia, scheduled for between November 26th and December 12th.  The 285.30 m long and 32.25 m wide ship was completed in 2005 at Fincantieri’s Marghera yard in Venice for P&O Cruises. Extensive conversion work on th...

Princess Cruises Announced Senior Officers for the New Regal Princess
Princess Cruises has announced that Captain Ed Perrin will be at the helm of its next new ship, Regal Princess, leading a senior officer team with more than 100 years of seagoing experience among them. The senior four-stripe team will also include Relief Captain Dino Sagani, Relief Captain John Fost...

Norwegian Cruise Line Orders Second "Breakaway Plus" Ship
Miami-based Norwegian Cruise Line said that it has confirmed an order for a second “Breakaway Plus” cruise ship with German shipbuilder Meyer Werft GMBH of for delivery in spring 2017. Along with the first Breakaway Plus ship, which is scheduled for delivery in October 2015, these two...

Carnival Cruise Lines' New Ship - Carnival Vista
Carnival Cruise Lines won’t welcome a new ship for a few years still, but the Miami-based cruise line has already given the 4,000-passenger vessel a name. Carnival Vista, the cruise operator’s largest ship yet, will launch in 2016. Gerry Cahill, Carnival’s president and ...

Compagnie du Ponant Orders a New Boreal-Class Cruise Ship
Fincantieri and the French cruise line Compagnie du Ponant have signed a contract for the construction of a fourth Boreal-class cruise ship. The new ship will be the twin to Le Soleal, which launched in June and was a sister ship to L'Austral and Le Boreal. Like the previous three ships...

MSC To Double Its Ex-UK Fleet Next September
MSC Cruises will temporarily double its ex-UK fleet next year when it bases its MSC Magnifica in Southampton for a short series of cruises from September 2014. The 86,600-ton, 2,550-passenger Magnifica will join the 58,600-ton, 1,756-passenger UK-based MSC Opera. The Magnifica will offer four...

Queen Mary 2 Completes 200th Atlantic Crossing
Cunard Line’s flagship Queen Mary 2 completed her 200th North Atlantic Crossing on Saturday, when she arrived at Southampton from New York, from whence she had sailed on Saturday July 6. Queen Mary 2 is the largest, longest, widest and most expensive ocean liner ever built, and is now t...

Regent Seven Seas Cruises - Seven Seas Explorer
Last week Regent Seven Seas Cruises announced that it had entered into a contract with Italy’s Fincantieri shipyard to build a fourth ship. The new all-suite, all-balcony ship will be named Seven Seas Explorer and is scheduled for delivery in Summer 2016. At 54,000 gross tons and accomm...


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