Norwegian Jewel Revitalized In Preparation For Alaskan Season

Norwegian Cruise Line has announced the return of the Norwegian Jewel following a 2-week dry dock enhancement in time for her upcoming summer season in Alaska. The 2005-built ship now boasts new dining concepts found on the line’s latest vessels, whilst also receiving technical modifications to boost her green credentials.   New onboard is O’Sheehan’s … Continue reading

Norwegian Cruise Line Reveals 2015 Deployment Plans

Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) today announced its 2015 summer and year-round cruise offerings. Highlights of the deployment include the line’s newest ship, Norwegian Getaway, sailing to the Caribbean from her year-round homeport of Miami and continues voyages in Alaska, Caribbean, Europe, Hawaii and North American cruises.   3 Ships in Alaska for Summer Reaffirming its … Continue reading

Now Open: Shangri-La Toronto

Shangri-La Hotels & Resorts extends its presence in North America with the opening of its newest property in Toronto. Residing within the first 17 floors of a gleaming 66-storey skyscraper on University Avenue, the 202-room Shangri-La Toronto is ideally-sited at the crossroads of the city’s business and entertainment districts.   The guestrooms and suites are … Continue reading

Philippine Airlines To Drop Las Vegas For Toronto

Philippine Airlines, the oldest airline in Southeast Asia, has announced adjustments to its North American operations. The Manila-based carrier will launch services to Toronto and terminate its flights to Las Vegas.   Beginning 30 November 2012, Philippine Airlines will begin a 3 times weekly triangular routing to Toronto and Vancouver. Flight PR 118 will depart … Continue reading

Princess Cruises To Homeport Ship Year – Round In San Francisco

Princess Cruises has announced that it will base one of its 16 cruise ships year-round in San Francisco for the first time. The recently-renovated Grand Princess will homeport in the city from May 2013 to offer a series of Alaska cruises, followed by sailings to the Hawaiian islands, Mexico and the Californian coast.   Alaska Kicking off … Continue reading