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How the Big Chicken Restaurant will look


Ponant takes delivery of ninth vessel Le Dumont-d’Urville


The fourth in a series of Ponant Explorers-class ships has been delivered to the French luxury line. The 184-passenger Le Dumont-d’Urville is the ninth vessel in the fleet and will be followed by three more between April 2020 and May 2021. An eight-night Musical Odyssey on the Celtic Sea on Le Dumont-d’Urville, from Honfleur, France, on September 13 leads in at £4,086. ponant.com


Sirena


Carnival to serve up three new venues on new ship Mardi Gras


Carnival Cruise Line’s new ship Mardi Gras will feature three new- to-Carnival dining and bar venues when it launches next year. Open-air eatery Street Eats


will have three themed kiosks offering fried, steamed and skillet-cooked dishes, such as empanadas and falafel. Food is included in cruise fares. Two-level RedFrog Tiki Bar


will offer burgers and cocktails, while Te Watering Hole bar will have ocean views. Te venues are located in the


yet-to-launch ship’s Lido and Summer Landing Zone, two of the six themed zones on board. Mardi Gras, which will call in


the UK in September 2020, will also feature the second Big Chicken Restaurant at sea. Te restaurant has been created by Shaquille O’Neal, the line’s chief fun officer and former basketball star. Big Chicken Restaurant will also appear on Carnival Victory aſter its revamp and renaming as Carnival Radiance next year. Mardi Gras is due to enter


service in Europe on August 31, 2020, calling at Southampton the following month. Prices for a 14-day sailing from


Southampton to New York lead in from $1,089. carnival.com


24 27 JUNE 2019


Oceania to relocate Sirena to Middle East due to Cuba ban


Harry Kemble


Oceania Cruises’ Sirena will now sail in the Middle East, North Africa and Asia from next winter aſter the US government banned cruise ships sailing to Cuba. Sirena will operate nine sailings of between 10 and


24 days from November 2020 to April 2021. All sailings on the 684-berth vessel include overnight


port calls, with some itineraries featuring as many as four. Te Sirena Exotic Collection programme also


includes six new ports of call for Oceania: Khasab and Doha, both Qatar; Sir Bani Yas, UAE; Sabang, Indonesia; Al Bahrain, Bahrain; and Marmaris, Turkey. Te programme starts with a 12-day Aegean


Awakening voyage from Jerusalem (Haifa) to Istanbul, departing on November 9, 2020. Ports of call include Paphos, Cyprus; Alanya, Turkey; and Athens. Sirena then sails a 20-day Footsteps of Discovery


cruise from Istanbul to Dubai. It is followed by a December 21 Souks, Spices and Sand departure from Dubai to Mumbai, from £3,149.


Te ship will then reposition to Myanmar and


Tailand for January 2021 before returning to Dubai. Te final itinerary of the programme is a 22-day


Passage Trough Time, departing Dubai on March 10, 2021, to Athens, priced from £4,019. More than 50 of the line’s voyages were affected by


the Cuba travel ban, which was announced this month. Oceania has also urged agents wishing to take part in


one of its remaining UK ship visits this year, which run until October 3, to contact its trade sales team. Limited places are available for seven of the eight


events, taking place in Southampton, Greenock, Dover, Dublin and St Peter Port, Guernsey. Agents are encouraged to invite up to 10 customer


couples along with them for their ship visit. Bernard Carter, Oceania’s senior vice-president and


managing director for Europe and the Middle East, said: “Allowing agents to bring couples on board shows a level of trust between us.” To request a place, email EventsUK@oceaniacruises.com. oceaniacruises.com


travelweekly.co.uk


Canadian Affair gets on board with Cunard for Vancouver-Alaska trips


Canadian Affair has partnered with Cunard to offer 12-night cruise trips to Vancouver and Alaska between June and August 2020. Lead-in prices for the itinerary – which includes two nights’ stay in Vancouver and flights from Gatwick – start at £1,568. The 10-night sailing is on Queen Elizabeth. canadianaffair.com


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