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Scenic serves up two new Rhine excursions


Scenic is offering two new shore excursions in Germany on Rhine sailings next year. Passengers can take a walking tour and learn about Beethoven in Bonn or opt for a guided tour of Gamburg castle in Miltenberg. The excursions are available on the eight-day Rhine Highlights sailing. Prices for the April 15 departure start from £2,345. scenic.co.uk


MSC unveils range of private island activities


Activities on MSC’s new private island will include deep-sea fishing, electric pedalo rentals, swimming with stingrays, sunset picnics and night-time stand-up paddleboarding. The Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve in the Bahamas, which features eight beaches, will start hosting visits by MSC’s Meraviglia, Seaside, Divina and Armonia in November. msccruises.co.uk


Crystal Esprit lines up 11 new itineraries


Crystal Cruises’ Crystal Esprit will sail 11 new itineraries in 2022 and early 2023. The sailings will visit the Greek Isles, the Amalfi Coast, Italian Riviera, French Riviera, the United Arab Emirates and the Holy Land. The 62-passenger vessel’s programme, which went on sale on Wednesday, features 55 voyages. crystalcruises.co.uk


Carnival to base four ships in Texas in 2021


Carnival Cruise Line will base four ships in Galveston, Texas, year- round from 2021. Carnival Radiance, which is to undergo a $200 million revamp, and Carnival Breeze will join Carnival Dream and Carnival Vista at the port. A five-day Radiance sailing calling at Cozumel and either Progreso or Costa Maya, all Mexico, costs from $299. carnival.com


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Royal Caribbean to create Perfect Day island in Vanuatu


Phil Davies


Vanuatu in the South Pacific has been confirmed as the location for Royal Caribbean International’s latest private island. Royal claimed the new Perfect


Day destination, Lelepa, will be the world’s first carbon-neutral private cruise destination. Te line has revealed few details


5 Number of Perfect Day private islands Royal plans to open


as yet but said the island venue will be created in partnership with the local community to showcase the “distinct natural ecological beauty” and “diverse local culture” of the


island nation as well as provide employment and education opportunities. Royal announced in January that


it planned to create five Perfect Day private islands for its ships to call at. Its first, Perfect Day at CocoCay, in the Bahamas, opened in May. Perfect Day at Lelepa will


have a different look and feel to Royal Caribbean’s Perfect Day at CocoCay in the Caribbean, according to the line’s president and chief executive, Michael Bayley. He said: “Our guests around the


world all have different definitions for their ‘perfect day’ – and all of them are right. “Our designers and nature have


created the ideal South Pacific experience and we expect the results to be stunning.” Royal has not disclosed the cost or opening date for Perfect Day at


Karst, Littlejohn and Fox lined up as keynote speakers at Clia’s


Tree industry leaders have been confirmed as keynote speakers for next month’s Clia UK & Ireland river cruise conference. Kristin Karst, executive vice-


president of AmaWaterways; Walter Litlejohn, vice-president and managing director of Crystal Cruises; and Debra Fox, chief commercial officer of APT, will address the event in Amsterdam on November 10-11.


Kristin Karst


Walter Littlejohn


Debra Fox travelweekly.co.uk


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