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SeaView Cruises' latest round-up of cruise news features items from Crystal Cruises, Fred Olsen, Carnival, Oceania Cruises and Kiel cruise terminal.

Crystal fares to increase by 20%

image Crystal Cruises has announced that from 26 May its fares will increase by 20 per cent for 2018 and 2019 departures. www.crystalcruises.co.uk



Fred Olsen to visit Bermuda for America’s Cup

imageFred Olsen Cruise Lines is offering guests a “once-in-a-lifetime” chance to visit the paradise island of Bermuda on 9 June and take in the excitement and exhilaration of the 35th America’s Cup. The 26-night cruise on Boudicca will feature an extended four-day stay in Bermuda – remaining overnight in St George, and spending two nights in the capital, Hamilton. The cruise will also feature talks by Paul Covell, the renowned round-the-world sailor, and knowledgeable ocean yachtsman, Peter Roach. Prices start from £2,999. CLICK HERE for more details.

Renovation of Carnival’s Long Beach terminal gets under way

Carnival Cruise Line has begun a multimillion-dollar renovation of its Long Beach Cruise Terminal in California which will increase the space the line currently occupies from 66,000 sq ft to 142,000 sq ft. The expansion and new design will allow for a dramatically enhanced passenger experience and operational flow within the terminal. www.carnival.com

Oceania Cruises rolls out new Vegan menus

image Oceania Cruises has announced the debut of the most expansive vegan menu offerings and the only cold-pressed raw juice and vegan smoothie bars at sea. The juice and smoothie bars are currently available onboard Marina and Riviera and the vegan menus are available fleet wide on the brand’s six ships. These dishes are in addition to the line’s already comprehensive selection of vegetarian, gluten-free, and kosher meals. The vegan menus will be featured in the Grand Dining Room at breakfast, lunch, and dinner. www.OceaniaCruises.com

AIDAcara opens 2017 cruise ship season in Kiel

AIDAcara launched this year’s cruise shipping season in Kiel on 9 April. Up to the middle of October 28 different cruise ships will berth in the port a total of 142 times while up to half a million passengers are expected to go ashore or embark. Tomorrow (29 April) the 138,000-0ton MSC Fantasia will make her first visit to the Kiel Fiord.

Posted on 2nd May 2017 at 07:58 am in Cruise News | Cruise Lines | Carnival Cruise Line | Crystal Cruises | Fred Olsen | Oceania Cruises |

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