Monday, August 5, 2013

Cruise News Daily Headlines for August 5, 2013

* Three Oceania Ships to Get Upgrades
Oceania’s largest refurbishment project in history is set for late next spring and involves significant upgrades to three ships: Regatta, Insignia and Nautica.

The $50 million project will take place over a six-week period and bring many of the areas aboard the ships into line with the styles and colors found on Oceania’s newest ships.

* A One Way Ticket to Australia
Carnival Legend is set to leave the US for its new home port in Australia in the fall of 2014. Before it goes, it will undergo a multi-million-dollar upgrade to bring new features aboard the ship. Not surprisingly, Carnival has scheduled a 36-day repositioning for the ship, which they’ve just opened for sale.

* Statendam to the Rescue
Last Friday, Statendam assisted 103 stranded sightseers in Glacier Bay. More

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