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National Geographic and Scenic Release 2020 Program

National Geographic and Scenic Luxury River Cruises launched the 2020 program of National Geographic River Cruises with the addition of exciting new itineraries into Egypt and Russia. The joint venture combines Scenic's all-inclusive luxury river cruise experience with National Geographic's legacy of science, conservation and exploration to create a program

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Viking Announces Exciting New South America Cruise Itineraries

Viking has released four brand-new ocean cruise itineraries that cover all the highlights of South America.  Exploring the Americas — a 48-day ocean cruise from Buenos Aires to Los Angeles, calling into Uruguay, Chile, Peru, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Mexico and more. Priced from $21,495 per person. Caribbean & South American Shores —

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Cunard’s 3 Queen’s to visit Australia in 2020-21 program

Luxury cruise line Cunard has unveiled full details of its 2020-21 program, offering Australians unprecedented opportunities to travel in style on board the line’s iconic trio of Queens. The new program features world voyages by flagship Queen Mary 2 and her younger sister Queen Victoria, as well as a record 118-day Australian deployment for Queen

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Norwegian Jewel arrives in Sydney in December

Norwegian Cruise Line has announced the completion of the refurbishment of Norwegian Jewel as part of The Norwegian Edge® program, reaffirming the company’s commitment to elevating the standard of excellence across the fleet. Following a two-week dry dock in Singapore for the company’s most extensive enhancement project in 2018, Norwegian Jewel

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Nat Geo & Scenic River Cruise Partnership

National Geographic and Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours have teamed up to launch a new line of National Geographic River Cruises. These itineraries combine Scenic's all-inclusive luxury river cruise experience with National Geographic's legacy of science, conservation and exploration to create unforgettable experiences along the waterways of Europe and South East

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Countdown to Carnival Legend’s return begins

Carnival Legend is counting down to when it arrives in Sydney on 13 October to begin her summer season of sailings, fresh from a multi-million dollar upgrade. Australians who book on Carnival Legend will be some of the first local guests to experience her Fun Ship 2.0 upgrades made during a

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The best time to travel to Egypt is now

A staple on many travellers’ bucket lists, Egypt is a land of ancient monuments, mysterious legends and a captivated charm that never fails to entice visitors, even through political turmoil. Egypt’s Nile River has been host to Sanctuary Retreats’ luxury cruise liner for almost two decades – with the cruise liner

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Scenic’s reduced plastic initiative helping local communities

Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours have announced their initiative to join the ‘global push to reduce plastic waste’, by reducing plastic use on South East Asia tours. According to Scenic, discarded plastic waste in oceans and waterways is a worldwide problem, proving to be a threat to marine life, local industry,

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Glacier Bay named top cruise destination

Cruise Critic has announced the full list of winners of its third annual Cruisers’ Choice Destination Awards, naming Glacier Bay in Alaska the world’s most popular cruise destination. Glacier Bay received the highest ratings among cruise destinations across the globe, with Celebrity Cruises and Viking Ocean Cruises winning multiple Big Cruise

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Captain Cook Cruises Fiji Reduces Plastics

After successfully launching their Ocean Ambassador Program in 2017, Captain Cook Cruises Fiji is continuing its environmentally friendly policies by eliminating as much single use plastic items onboard small ship MV Reef Endeavour and on Tivua Island. Plastic drinking straws will no longer be available onboard, with an optional recyclable paper

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NCL joins cruise industry in reducing plastic use

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd (NCL) has joined in on the fight to reduce the use of plastics. The cruise company which operates the Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises brands, announced the important next step in its efforts to reduce its environmental impact by eliminating single-use

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