Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Cruise News Daily Headlines for January 8, 2014

* The Legends Continue
One of Norwegian Cruise Line’s most popular entertainment acts just passed a milestone last week, and to celebrate Norwegian is giving them to opportunity to pass many more.
   Legends in Concert was one of the original acts to sail aboard Norwegian Epic, and they’ve never left. Last Friday, they celebrated their 1,000th performance aboard the ship.

* Ending the Search
Grand Princess and Star Princess were released from the search this afternoon for the crew member who appears to have intentionally gone overboard late Monday night from Grand Princess while it was sailing from San Francisco to Hawaii.
   Both ships have now resumed their journeys to Hawaii, and the Coast Guard has suspended its search. The search was unsuccessful.

* Ten Years Ago Today ...
Where does the time go? Ten years ago today Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II christened Cunard’s Queen Mary 2 in Southampton. Since that time, QM2 has sailed nearly 1.5 million nautical miles, the equivalent of three times to the moon and back, and she carried 1.3 million (human) passengers (and 2,000 dogs). More

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