MSC Divina Back To Mediterranean For Summer 2015

MSC Cruises has announced plans to send the MSC Divina back to the Mediterranean for the summer of 2015. The 139,400-GRT ship is currently sailing Eastern and Western Caribbean itineraries from Port Miami and will reposition from Florida to Civitavecchia at the end of the season. Her Grand Voyage on 26 April 2015 will feature … Continue reading

Hapag-Lloyd Commissions Europa 2

German-small ship operator Hapag-Lloyd Cruises has welcomed the latest addition to its fleet of luxury ships with the arrival of the new MS Europa 2. The newly-constructed vessel was christened by US-born entrepreneur and godmother Dana Schweiger during the 824th Hamburg Port Anniversary near the riverside district of Blankenese.   Constructed at St. Nazaire in … Continue reading

Oceania Cruises Announces 2014 Itineraries, Return Of Insignia

Oceania Cruises has unveiled its 2014 itineraries featuring 90 voyages, 10 new ports of call, a new line-up of European cruises and the return of Insignia. Collectively, the line’s fleet of 5 luxury, mid-size ships will sail to more than 180 destinations in Alaska, Europe, North America, the Panama Canal and South America.   Riviera … Continue reading

Paul Gauguin Cruises Unveils 2013 Itineraries

South Pacific’s largest cruise operator Paul Gauguin Cruises has unveiled its 2013 voyages, featuring 19 itineraries visiting 22 countries by the line’s luxury ships, ms Paul Gauguin and mv Tere Moana. The former, recently revamped at a cost of USD 7 million, will continue sailing year-round in French Polynesia, while her new fleetmate launching in … Continue reading

Paul Gauguin Cruises Reveal 2013 Itineraries For Second Ship

French Polynesia-based Paul Gauguin Cruises has revealed the 2013 itineraries for its second ship, the 90-passenger mv Tere Moana, which will join the award-winning ms Paul Gauguin in December 2012 after a multifaceted renovation. Specializing in warm-weather destinations, the new vessel will sail 13 itineraries during the summer months in Europe and spend winter in … Continue reading