Norwegian Cruise Line Announces 2016/2017 Deployment, Unveils Asian Season

Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) today announced exciting and exotic new itineraries for the its Fall/Winter 2016/2017 deployment, offering new destinations and ports for guests. Highlights include the line’s return to Asia, the return of the Norwegian Epic to North America and explorations of South America by sea.   Norwegian Star to Asia and Australia The … Continue reading

Seabourn To Cruise Antarctic Waters In 2013

Luxury small-ship cruise line Seabourn has unveiled a series of Antarctica cruises ranging between 21 and 24 days, visiting the white continent for the first time in its 20-year history. The all-suite, 450-guest Seabourn Quest will sail the new “Ultimate Antarctica & Patagonia” itinerary between Valparaiso and Buenos Aires in November 2013.   Cruising the Chilean … Continue reading

Holland America Line Announces 2012/2013 South America Deployment

Holland America Line has announced the deployment of the ms Maasdam, ms Prinsendam and the ms Veendam to South America for the 2012/2013 winter cruise season. Together, the 3 ships will offer a range of popular itineraries ranging from 13 to 68 nights and visiting major ports on the continent, as well as explorations of … Continue reading

Azamara Unveils New Itineraries For 2012/2013

Azamara Club Cruises has unveiled 54 itineraries between March 2012 and February 2013 onboard the Azamara Journey and Azamara Quest that will take cruisers to a series of unique destinations from Asia to the Caribbean. The line has scheduled the voyages to coincide with major events taking place, with more than half the port calls featuring … Continue reading

Holland America Line’s ms Amsterdam To Circumnavigate Globe In 2011

Holland America Line announced this week a 112-day circumnavigation of the globe by the ms Amsterdam in 2012. In what is becoming an annual event for the ship, which has sailed around the world 6 times in the past 11 years, the cruise will start on 6 January 2012 in Fort Lauderdale, taking guests southbound towards … Continue reading