Princess Cruises reveals next three ships to get Ocean Medallion

The next three Princess Cruises ships to feature wearable Ocean Medallion technology for passengers have been revealed. Golden Princess (November 2018), Crown Princess (November 2018) and Ruby Princess (January 2019) join four other Princess ships scheduled to use the system. Regal Princess will be the first from November 13, followed by Royal Princess on JanuaryContinue reading “Princess Cruises reveals next three ships to get Ocean Medallion”

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Norwegian Cruise Line’s first ship for China christened

Norwegian Cruise Line’s first ship purpose built for Chinese passengers was officially named in Shanghai yesterday. The 3,883-passenger Norwegian Joy is the first cruise ship to feature a two-level go-kart track. Other elements of the ship include an open-air laser tag course, the Galaxy Pavilion featuring simulator rides, Oculus virtual reality technology, interactive video wallsContinue reading “Norwegian Cruise Line’s first ship for China christened”

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Flying Clipper Delivery Pushed Back to 2018

The Flying Clipper will be delivered in the first quarter of 2018, as the delivery of the newest Star Clippers’ ship has been pushed back from August 2017. A spokesperson from Brodosplit, the shipyard in Croatia building the unique 300-passenger sailing vessel, confirmed the updated delivery date in an email to Cruise Industry News. “Brodosplit hasContinue reading “Flying Clipper Delivery Pushed Back to 2018”

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