Cruise Blog News, 03/20/2013: Cruise Line Launches Program for Toddlers + MORE

Today’s Cruisin Susan cruise line News:

Norwegian Cruise Line Jewel sails the Eastern Seaboard

Norwegian Cruise Line launches all new Guppies program for toddlers

- Norwegian Cruise Line announced today that the line’s children’s program, Splash Academy, has implemented a brand new “Guppies” program offering exciting, interactive programming for kids’ ages six months to three years old.

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Indonesia Gears Up for Bigger Ships


Indonesia is committed to accommodating large as well as small ships, according to a spokesperson, who said that dredging is underway in three ports so that by year’s end Benoa, Surabaya and Semarang will be to able to accommodate Voyager-class ships alongside, in addition to Jakarta. These cruise line destinations also have the infrastructure to serve the passengers, he added…

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Hamburg is expecting 500,000 passengers this year, a 16 percent increase over last year with 430,329 passengers, according to Gerd Drossel, managing director of Hamburg Cruise Center. He pointed out that 2012 had seen a 37 percent increase in cruise line visits over 2011. The growth is not only driven by the German cruise line brands, but also by such operators as Cunard cruise line…

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Star Cruises has announced its SuperStar Gemini shore-ex program for the year.
After a large-scale renovation, SuperStar Gemini has made a series of inaugural sailings around Asia from Singapore, Penang, Hong Kong and Sanya. From April to October, the 1,700-passenger vessel will be homeported in Shanghai for the first time and offers over 40 cruises calling at top destinations.

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Louis Cruises has announced an exciting new cruise itinerary, introduced under the name “Pilgrimage Voyages” that invites travelers to share a voyage of religious discovery to Thessaloniki, Kavala, Istanbul, Dikili, Ancient Ephesus, Patmos, and Syros – locations holding strong relationships with history and Christianity…

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