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SEADREAM II TO SAIL THE AMAZON RIVER IN 2013
There's a rare opportunity in February and March of next year to not only sail the Amazon River, but to do so aboard the world's most highly-rated boutique motor cruiser, SeaDream Yacht Club's 56-stateroom SeaDream II. And depending on how much time you've available, you c...

TALL SHIPS STORIES - WINDSTAR CURISES' WIND STAR COMPLETED A MAJOR RENOVATION
Wind Star, one of three tall ships in Windstar Cruises' fleet, has recently completed a stem to stern renovation, bringing a modern, casual elegance to the brand's landmark cruise experience. As part of the $18 million fleet-wide renovation, Wind Star was the first yacht to receive ...

JAZZ MUSICIANS ONBOARD CRYSTAL CRUISES' CRYSTAL SYMPHONY
More than a dozen jazz musicians will provide a rhythmic soundtrack for Crystal Cruises’ American Thanksgiving-time voyage up the stunning West Coast of North America. The convenient one-week/Sunday-to-Sunday round-trip cruise from Los Angeles departs November 18 and features compli...

THE OCEAN STAR PACIFIC MAY SOON SAIL AGAIN
  The Ocean Star Pacific may soon sail again if Peter Villiotis and his ship management company, ALAS/PV Enterprises International, succeed in their venture. Villiotis has previously entered into a charter agreement with an option to buy the Ocean Star Pacific from her curr...

CREW ‘MAROONED’ ON OCEAN STAR PACIFIC
  Cruise Industry News reports that the OCEAN STAR PACIFIC may soon be sold, although Ocean Star Cruises is still interested in basing another ship on West Coast of Mexico at some point in the next two years. Meanwhile, Peter Villiotis through his ship management compan...

SEA VOYAGER EXPEDITIONS STARTS SMALL SHIP EXPEDITION CRUISES TO CENTRAL AMERICA
  Small-ship expedition cruise operator Sea Voyager Expeditions will begin operations on Aug. 31, with 10 itineraries focusing on journeys to Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador and Panama. The latter is featured on nine of the company’s 10 itineraries, most of which incorporate a P...

PRINCESS CRUISES PLANS TO BASE GRAND PRINCESS YEAR-ROUND IN SAN FRANCISCO
Beginning in May 2013, Princess Cruises will be positioning the 2,600-passenger Grand Princess in San Francisco year-round, the first time the line has homeported a ship there full-time. Grand Princess will sail a mix of cruises to Alaska, Hawaii, Mexico and the California coast - 10 day voya...

CHINA BEGAN CONSTRUCTION OF 100,000 TONS LUXURY CRUISE LINER
China on Wednesday began construction on its first large luxury cruise liner, which is included in a package of projects aimed at boosting the tourism and shipping industries of a coastal city whose ports are primarily used to handle manufactured goods for export. The Southeast China Intern...

COSTA FAVOLOSA: FIFTEENTH SHIP FOR COSTA CROCIERE
The black-tie naming ceremony for the new flagship of Costa Cruises, Italy’s largest tourism group and Europe’s largest cruise company, took place on Saturday, July 2, in the magnificent setting of the Piazza Unità d’Italia in Trieste and the presence of 2,000 guests....

HAVANA TO GET ANOTHER CRUISE SHIP - CUBA CRISTAL
Mark Tré last wrote about Cuba in “The Cruise Examiner” of November 23, 2009, under the heading “Cruising to (and from) Cuba” (www.cybercruises.com/cruisecolumn_nov23.htm). But news coming from Canada last week of a new Havana-based ship leads us to ask when wil...


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