SeaView Cruises' latest round-up of cruise news features items from the Port of Kiel, P&O Cruises, Carnival Cruise Line, Fred Olsen and Norwegian Cruise Line.
Carnival Cruise Line celebrates opening of Splash Island in Atlanta
Carnival Cruise Line has celebrated the opening of Splash Island at Atlanta’s historic Adams Park. The interactive splash pad, funded in part by Carnival and inspired by Carnival WaterWorks, the cruise line’s onboard water experience, is the latest addition to the park’s pool area.
“We are honoured to have the opportunity to ‘give fun back’ to this great community and its families through the creation of ‘Splash Island,’ ” said Christine Duffy, president of Carnival Cruise Line.
Some of the new fixtures that now adorn Splash Island, including splash buckets and cannons, are a small taste of the WaterWorks experience found on many Carnival cruise ships. www.carnival.com
Norwegian Dawn sets sail in Bermuda as a new ship
Norwegian Cruise Line’s Norwegian Dawn has sailed into her seasonal homeport of Boston as an essentially new vessel, following a month-long dry dock in which she received enhancements to every part of the onboard experience, from two brand new restaurants and three new bars and lounges, updated design and décor in all public spaces, to refurbishment of all staterooms including a complete makeover of the ship’s signature Garden Villas, some of the largest suites at sea. www.ncl.co.uk
Kiel welcomes P&O’s Arcadia on maiden call
P&O Cruises’ Arcadia has made her first visit ever to the Port of Kiel, during the prestigious Kieler Woche sailing regatta. More than 2,000 mainly British passengers used the opportunity to visit northern Europe’s biggest maritime sailing event. During a reception on board, Kiel’s First Deputy City President Robert Vollborn cordially welcomed the ship’s captain and presented him with a plaque marking the ship’s maiden visit.
Arcadia is on a 15-day Baltic cruise which began in Southampton on 18 June. www.pocruises.com, www.portofkiel.com
First ever cruise along German rivers and waterways from Belfast with Fred. Olsen
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines is offering guests in Northern Ireland and Ireland the chance to take a 12-night German Canals, Rivers & Cities cruise from Belfast for the first-time ever Boudicca sets sail on 1 August, from £799 per person, and ports of call include Travemünde, Hamburg, Bremen and Dublin. www.fredolsencruises.com
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