Cruise news: Royal Caribbean and Norwegian entertainment update | Cruise | Travel

GETTY Cruise ships not only take you to explore new countries, but also keep guests entertained Cruising is big business, with almost two million Britons setting sail on a cruise in 2017. But, when cruise goers are enjoying some down time between exploring new destinations, they like to be kept entertained with onboard activities. In fact, entertainment is such an important part of cruise ship life that 58 per cent said they value on-board entertainment options when going on a cruise, according to the Association of British Travel Agents. Some…

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Royal Caribbean Symphony of the Seas: Entertainment, dining & prices | Cruise | Travel

ROYAL CARIBBEAN The Symphony of the Seas at sea Harmony previously held the title of world’s largest cruise ship, with her 5,497-passenger capacity, but has been knocked off the pedestal by Symphony’s additional 21 passengers. “This ship is the perfect blend of our greatest hits we know guests love and a line-up of vibrant new restaurants, activities and unparalleled entertainment – all purposefully designed around vacationers’ preferences,” said RCI’s president and CEO Michael Bayley at the shipyard exchange ceremony before Symphony’s inaugural season sailing the Mediterranean. STATEROOMS New for Symphony…

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Star Princess: cabins, dining, entertainment and prices explained | Cruise | Travel

PH The Star Princess line has had a luxury refit The 2,600-passenger ship is one of 17 in the Princess fleet, with new ship Sky Princess due to arrive this summer. Princess Cruises began with a single ship in 1965, sailing to Mexico, and is now the third largest cruise line in the world. It is still known for its part in the 1970s American TV series The Love Boat, when its ship Pacific Princess played the star role. STATEROOMS One of the most significant results of the recent refit…

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