SeaDream says demand is high for restart

SeaDream Yacht Club said that its first sailings following its operations pause have sold out. The small-ship line will begin sailing seven- and 12-day cruises out of Norway on June 20. SeaDream opened reservations last week and according to executive vice president Andreas Brynestad, the first voyage sold out in “a matter of days.” “TheContinue reading “SeaDream says demand is high for restart”

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MSC Cruises reveals details of the private island

Gallery: First pictures of MSC Cruises’ private island Ocean Cay revealed MSC Cruises’ new private island in the Caribbean will give guests a “ticket to paradise”, according to chief executive Gianni Onorato. Ocean Cay, 20 miles off the coast of the Bahamas and 65 miles from Miami, will boast eight “pristine” beaches, seven reserved forContinue reading “MSC Cruises reveals details of the private island”

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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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