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Goway, AMAWaterways to offer Christmas cruise along the Danube

Goway Travel has expanded its offerings in Europe with the recent addition of a Christmas Markets tour that includes an AMAWaterways cruise.
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Princess reveals name of its latest ship, bookings to open in November

Princess Cruises has revealed the name of its fifth Royal-Class ship, and it’s every bit as enchanting as you would think.
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120+ river cruises set to sail in 2019-2020 with AmaWaterways and Backroads

As part of their ongoing partnership, AmaWaterways and Backroads have announced a jam-packed lineup of over 120 river cruises on the Danube, Douro, Rhine and Seine rivers in 2019-2020.
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Fun, hip & not for everyone: Why Virgin Voyages is banking on being different

Every captain needs a first mate. And at Virgin Voyages, the adults-only cruise line set to debut in 2020, its second-in-command will be none other than travel agents.
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First look at four ‘better than new’ Oceania ships with US$100m reno

Oceania Cruises has announced the US$100 million ‘OceaniaNEXT’ renovation of its four Regatta-Class ships: Regatta, Insignia, Sirena, and Nautica.
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NCL transforms three ships with bow-to-stern enhancements

MIAMI — Norwegian Cruise Line has completed refurbishments of three of its ships: Norwegian Breakaway, Norwegian Sun and Norwegian Star. As part of the cruise line’s The Norwegian Edge revitalization program, the revitalized ships now feature new designs and venues including Los Lobos Cantina, an upscale Mexican restaurant; the adults-only enclave, Spice H2O; and Syd […]
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Cuba approves first-ever Seabourn cruises, starting late 2019

Seabourn is heading to Cuba for the very first time after receiving approval to sail to the island starting in winter 2019.
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Transat adds Cartagena, Princess Cruises and more to cruise package program

Transat has announced several additions to its 2018-2019 cruise package program, including over 10 new ships, the cruise line Princess Cruises, and Cartagena as a port of embarkation.
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Star Clippers sends a ship to post-Irma St. Maarten for 13 departures

Star Clippers says one of its ships will spend the entire 2019-2020 season sailing out of St. Maarten, “to show our support for the island’s economic recovery as well as to educate travellers that these islands are open and ready to receive visitors.”
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Windstar’s new video series designed to help agents sell more

Windstar Cruises has unveiled a new video series that showcases its intimate ships, culinary program and welcoming culture as seen through the eyes of its crew.
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