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Look whos getting christene...

By Anne Eaves

Mar 23 2018 06:00:36:000PM

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It has been announced this week that MSC Bellissima will be christened in the UK when the ship launches next year. The ship will be in Southampton from 1-3 March 2019 and she will be officially christened on 2nd March. This will be the first time an MSC ship has been christened in Southampton and only the 2nd MSC ship to be christened here in the UK since MSC Poesia in Dover in 2008.Sophia Loren has been godmother to all of the previous MSC ships but the Godmother for Bellissima has still t...

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Oh its such a perfect day ..

By Betsy Davies

Mar 23 2018 06:00:25:000PM

Betsy Davies's blog

It seems Royal Caribbean are not just building new ships and refurbishing existing ships but also investing in a $200 million overhaul of their private island Coco Cay. I think this is the best thing that the cruise lines have done in a while and for multi generational family holidays gets a massive thumbs up from me .The 125-acre beach hideaway will be renamed ‘Perfect Day at CocoCay ‘ It will be rolled out in phases, beginning September 2018 and the completion by November 20...

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P&O to bring Ocean Brothers home

By Peter Wellman

Mar 23 2018 02:11:09:000PM

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You may have heard of Greg Bailey and Jude Massey recently, they are the brothers who are attempting to raise 100,000 by rowing across the Atlantic, yes you read that correctly – rowing!Greg is 28 and Jude is 19, making him the youngest person to achieve this. They have rowed a total of 3,000 miles across the Atlantic, they left Gran Canaria on the 18th January and arrived in Barbados on 11th March.Their boat measured 7.3 meters by 1.75 meters, they had no support vessel and rowed day a...

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