MSC To Be Third Biggest Luxury Player

With MSC Cruises entering the luxury market with dedicated 1,000-guest ships, the family-owned company will be the third biggest luxury operator by 2027, according to¬†Cruise Industry News¬†estimates. Viking Ocean will control most of the market pie, with 18 ships and an estimated market share of 35.7 per cent based on passenger capacity. Silversea, with anContinue reading “MSC To Be Third Biggest Luxury Player”

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Seabourn Encore christened in Singapore

On the dais during the Seabourn Encore’s christening were (from left) godmother Sarah Brightman, ship captain Mark Dexter and Seabourn president Rick Meadows. SINGAPORE — With bright yellow two-person Chinese lion dancers prowling the audience, along with illuminated stilt walkers, a troupe of drummers and a long pink paper dragon carried on poles by aContinue reading “Seabourn Encore christened in Singapore”

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Seabourn to sail Alaska cruises

Seabourn said it will cruise in Alaska in the summer of 2017, its first time in that market in 15 years. The Seabourn Sojourn will offer 11-, 12- and 14-day itineraries sailing from Vancouver and Seward, Alaska. In addition to popular stops, Seabourn said ships will visit hidden gems of the Inside Passage that largerContinue reading “Seabourn to sail Alaska cruises”

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