Celebrity Beyond has set sail for Southampton ready for her Maiden Voyage on 27th April to the Spanish Coast
The two newest additions to Saga’s River Cruise fleet, sister ships Spirit of the Danube and Spirit of the Rhine, will be officially named by Godmother Dame Jenni Murray in a special ceremony held at Arnhem, in the Netherlands
Keel laying is a traditional ship-building ceremony which always includes laying some coins on the keel block to bring good luck to the ship and its crew during construction and in the ships future at sea. The team building PO Cruises 184,000 tonnes ship Arvia, celebrated the milestone using specially selected coins from Barbados which were placed under the block before the block was then lowered onto the coins. This keel laying block weighs 570 tons, is 11.3 metres long, 42.10 metres wide and 11.81 metres high and had to be lifted by a 800 ton crane.
The newest cruise ship in the Princess Cruises fleet – Discovery Princess – has been delivered during an official handover at the Fincantieri Shipyard in Monfalcone, Italy. Discovery Princess expands the Princess Cruises fleet to 15 MedallionClass vessels and features an evolution of the design platform used for the cruise line’s previous Royal-Class ships.
rience” , to the 50+ age group who value a no – fly experience. Ambassador offers departure options from London Tilbury and six regional departure ports.
Named Cruise Critic’s best new ship for 2021, Virgin Voyages‘ Scarlet Lady offered a dynamic cabin design with intelligent, evolving architecture’ but it wasn’t universally loved. This redesign is expected to address some of those misgivings.
A member of the Viking team cuts a cord that allows water to begin flowing into the ship’s building dock. Following the two day process that will set Viking Neptune afloat, she will be moved to a nearby outfitting dock for final construction and interior build-out.
P&O Cruises announced today that their first escape room experience will be onboard their next Excel class ship, the Arvia – which is due to join the fleet in December 2022
New and exclusive to Arvia Mission Control will be P&O Cruises first multi-sensory escape room. The new experience is set underwater on board a fictional submarine Arvia II, with a series of challenging, mind stimulating live-action puzzles.