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Another New Ship On The Horizon

By Shannon Jones

Princess Cruises are launching a new ship which will be debuting in the Mediterranean in 2019. The Sky Princess will have the same incredible features that are onboard the Regal Princess, Royal Princess and Majestic Princess.Here are some of the features that will be available on the newest ship in the Princess fleet:ActivitiesDiscovery At Sea Enrichment Programmes – enjoy recommended tours and activities that are inspired by Animal Planet Shark Week and Deadliest CatchCulinary Demonst...

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Mar 21 2018 09:00:44:000AM

Launch time again

By Neil Holmes

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It happens twice a year, we get all hot and bothered about it, you receive constant emails about it but what am I talking about? Oh yes Winter 2019/2020 sailing are released by P&O and Cunard. Also Royal Caribbean have launcher Summer 2019, Feed Olsen have launched their 2019/2020 sailings. Every cruise line seem to be doing it.Why book early? Get the cabin you want, the dining time too. If you wanted an accessible cabin now is the time to snaffle it. Get a loyalty discount from your...

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Mar 15 2018 08:16:59:000PM

Royal Caribbean to spend anoth...

By Holly Crabtree

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Its seems Royal Caribbean have a bottomless pit of cash at the moment as they have just announced to spend another whopping $200 million in 2019. This isn’t to be spent on a brand new ship nor is it to be spent on a refit of a new ship. This money is to be spent on the re invention of Royal Caribbeans private Islands, revolutionising the biggest makeover of any land programme to date from one cruiseline.Coco Cay, formally known as little Stirrup Cay will be re invented to create what R...

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Mar 20 2018 07:12:26:000AM