Today’s Cruisin Susan Cruise Ship News:
What’s that? You vacationed with Kid Rock and went sailing with the guys from Lynyrd Skynyrd? Welcome to concerts at sea. A relatively new phenomenon, they’ve become wildly popular during the last few years, and not just for the easy bragging capabilities. It’s easy to see why. Imagine your vacation aboard a luxury cruise ship with all of its over-the-top offerings; now add exclusive concerts staged by your favorite artists, in your favorite genres, from rock to classical.
When Royal Princess debuts in June, the cruise ship will attract attention for its many striking features, including a soaring atrium and the dramatic over-the-water SeaWalk. But what may escape immediate notice are the myriad of unique innovations throughout the ship that will enhance the Princess Cruises experience that cruisers have come to know and love.
Norwegian Breakaway, the largest cruise ship to ever be built in Germany, departed MEYER WERFT in Papenburg, for her approximately 24-hour long conveyance along the Ems River. The river conveyance demonstrates Norwegian Breakaway’s seaworthiness and marks another key milestone prior to the ship’s highly anticipated delivery.
The term “expedition” brings to mind bands of hardy explorers slogging through rugged and hostile environments, munching on hard tack and praying they make it back alive. If your idea of roughing it is a cruise cabin without a balcony, an expedition cruise might be a grueling experience in survival…albeit in a gorgeous, natural setting. But if you like a little adventure in your vacation and don’t mind trading a few cruise ship comforts for the chance to experience an often out-of-the-way destination in depth, an expedition cruise could be the perfect way to travel, reports Cruisin Susan Cruise Blog.
The single cruise ship of the Voyages to Antiquity fleet is Aegean Odyssey, a decades-old vessel that was radically overhauled to upgrade cabins and public areas, giving the ship a casual sophistication. But its real lure is the specialized itineraries it sails — from its origin carrying historic-minded passengers to visit remnants of great civilizations that originated around the Mediterranean, to its later expansion into exploring the cultures of Asia.
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Concert photo by Mark Kimpel
Ephesus photo by Simon Kozhin