Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Norwegian Cruise Line Expands Partnership with Margaritaville®



Norwegian Cruise Line announces exclusive partnership with Margaritaville®
Norwegian Cruise Line announces exclusive partnership with Margaritaville®


Cruisers should get their Fins Up, as Norwegian Cruise Line today announced the expansion of its exclusive partnership with Margaritaville®. As a part of The Norwegian Edge™, a $400 million investment program dedicated to delivering an exceptional onboard experience, Norwegian will introduce new Margaritaville® at Sea restaurants onboard Norwegian Getaway and Norwegian Breakaway this fall. 


Building on its success and popularity on board Norwegian’s newest ship, Norwegian Escape, Margaritaville® at Sea onboard Norwegian Getaway and Norwegian Breakaway will bring to life nostalgic island moments with a tropical menu that features signature items like the Cheeseburger in Paradise and Who's to Blame Margarita, available à la carte, in an open air-eatery offering stunning ocean views.

“Norwegian Cruise Line has been bringing guests to paradise for nearly 50 years,” said Andy Stuart, President and Chief Operating Officer for Norwegian Cruise Line. “With the expansion of our partnership with Margaritaville to our Breakaway Class ships, our guests will now be able to enjoy the island lifestyle before the ship has even left port.”

Margaritaville® at Sea will open September 18 aboard Norwegian Getaway in the former Flamingo Grill, and on October 9 aboard Norwegian Breakaway in the former Uptown Grill.

“We are excited to expand our relationship with Norwegian Cruise Line, allowing even more guests to escape to the Margaritaville state of mind,” said John Cohlan, chief executive officer of Margaritaville. “Norwegian shares our philosophy that combines fun with exceptional service and we look forward to continuing to take this partnership to new sea levels.”

Norwegian Breakaway revolutionized the cruise industry when she debuted in 2013 bringing the best of New York City to sea with industry first innovations like The Waterfront, a full deck promenade of restaurants, bars and lounge space which enhances the guests’ connection with the ocean; high energy Broadway entertainment with Rock of Ages and Burn The Floor; a wide variety of accommodations offerings and much more. Norwegian Breakaway sails from New York year-round, during the winter months offering seven-day sailings to the Bahamas and Florida as well as Caribbean sailings up to 14-days visiting some of the most sought after winter escapes, and seven-day sailings to Bermuda featuring three days in-port.



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Monday, August 15, 2016

Possibility of New Channel at NCL's Great Stirrup Cay

Norwegian Cruise Line's Private Island
Norwegian Cruise Line's Private Island
Norwegian Cruise Line is looking at the possibility of dredging a new channel at its private island in the Bahamas, Great Stirrup Cay. Guests get ashore by tender at the island, but when winds are strong, generally from the southeast, rough seas periodically result in a canceled port call. A solution would involve approaching the island from a direction not so affected by the southeast wind. No decision has been made yet.


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Friday, August 5, 2016

Check Out the 2016 Cruise Schedule for the Remainder of the Year

Fall offers a series of unique cruises from New York and New Jersey.
Fall offers a series of unique cruises from New York and New Jersey.

As the fall rolls around many ships seasonally migrate to New York for New England / Canada cruises. At the end of the season, many of the cruise ships offer unique cruises that wither start in other US Northeast ports and visit many coastal cities along the way. There are other cruise lines that offer cruises to the deep Caribbean with the cruises ending in such unique ports as Miami, Fort Lauderdale, San Juan and Galveston, Texas to name a few.



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Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Cunard Line offers Two World Cruises in January 2017.

Cunard Line offers Two World Cruises in January 2017.
Cunard Line offers Two World Cruises in January 2017.
Cunard Line is offering 2 world cruises ranging from 132  to 111 days and visiting exotic ports.

The Queen Elizabeth will depart on January 16, 2017 on a 111 day cruise visiting the following ports of call.

New York, Fort Lauderdale, Curacao, Cartagena, Panama Canal Full Transit, Huatulco, Cabo San Lucas, San Francisco, San Francisco, Honolulu, Lahaina, X Intl Dateline, Apia, Nuku'Alofa, Auckland, Bay Of Islands, Sydney, Sydney, Brisbane, Yorkeys Knob, Alotau, Okinawa (Naha), Kobe, Kagoshima, Busan, Kanmon Strait, Hiroshima, Hiroshima, Inland Sea, Kobe, Kobe, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Nha Trang, Phu My, Singapore, Port Kelang, Penang, Colombo, Port Victoria, Mauritius, Reunion, Port Elizabeth, Cape Town, Cape Town, Walvis Bay, St Vincent, Tenerife, Madeira, Southampton (where the cruise ends).       

Fares for the entire cruise start at $22,500 per person (including port charges and fees).

On January 3, 2017, the Queen Mary 2 will depart Manhattan on a 132 excursion visiting:

New York, Southampton, Madeira, Tenerife, Walvis Bay, Cape Town, Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, Reunion, Mauritius, Fremantle, Busselton, Adelaide, Melbourne, Kangaroo Island, Melbourne, Wilsons Promontory, Ben Boyde National Park, Sydney, Port Arthur, Tasman Peninsula Sail By, Hobart, Sydney, Brisbane, Airlie Beach, Yorkeys Knob, Bandar Seri Begawan, Phu My, Nha Trang, Hong Kong, Keelung, Shanghai, Busan, Nagasaki, Seoul (Incheon), Shanghai, Hong Kong, Laem Chabang, Singapore, Singapore, Port Kelang, Penang, Colombo, Dubai, Dubai, Safaga, Sharm El Sheikh, Aqaba, Suez, Suez Canal, Port Said, Messina Strait, Naples, Lisbon, Southampton, New York

Fares Start at $34,750 per person for the entire cruise (including port charges and fees).

Note that both sailings are also sold in segments should only certain ports be of interest or should you have budget limitations.

For more information, visit www.Cunard.com


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Monday, August 1, 2016

Now is the Ideal Time for Planning That Fall or Holiday Cruises From New York

 
Now is the perfect time to consider a fall, winter or holiday cruise.
Now is the perfect time to consider a fall, winter or holiday cruise.
Although the summer sun is here and temperature are rising, now is the perfect time to start planning and thinking about a fall, winter or Holiday cruise vacation.


The New York / New Jersey Cruises season really picks-up in the fall when additional cruise ships reposition from Europe to the US for the Winter months, Enroute to warmer climates these cruise ships usually conduct as series of New England / Canada Cruises before finding their permanent winter home in the Caribbean or Florida.


To Learn More about Fall and Winter cruises from New York and New Jersey Click Here => Fall and Winter Cruises departing from New York and New Jersey


To See the Fall / Winter Cruise Schedule from New York and New Jersey Click Here => Fall / Winter Cruise Schedule from New York and New Jersey



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