Sailing in the Palawan, Philippines

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Credit: Creative Commons

Philippines, the beautiful island country have always remained much underrated in all aspects. It is made up of about 7,641 islands, and one of it is the gorgeous island province of Palawan, which is said to be one of the most beautiful places on the earth. Continue reading

Italian Designer Gabriele Teruzzi’s Shaddai – A Super Luxury Yacht

Shaddai Luxury yacht

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In the sailboat industry, there are no specific standards for the difference between motor yacht, super yacht, and mega-yacht. The only legal distinction as of today is between yachts above 24 meters and below. Those above 24 meters must have a permanent crew on the boat. Continue reading

MS Harmony of the Seas – the Largest Passenger Ship in the World

Harmony of the Seas

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Royal Caribbean Cruises has another feather in their cap – MS Harmony of the Seas, she is the largest ever cruise / passenger ship in the world. Oasis class cruise ship is built by STX France at the Chantiers de l’Atlantique shipyard in Saint-Nazaire, France. Continue reading

Ovation of the Seas – Wolds Biggest, Newest Billion-Dollar Cruise Ship

MS Ovation of the Seas

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‘MS Ovation of the Seas’ the world’s biggest and newest quantum class ship owned by Royal Caribbean International will start its first journey from Southampton, England to Tianjin, China, a 52-day ‘Global Odyssey’ cruise. Continue reading

The Underwater Lounge – New Concept in Luxury Cruise Ships

Ponant Cruise

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The passengers aboard luxury cruise will be able to enjoy their drink n dine sitting below the sea waves and observing sea life passing by, from the year 2018 when the world’s first sub-aquatic ship lounge will be launched.
The premium French expedition cruise line, Ponant, which is famous for its luxury and expeditions cruises, has announced the launch of these cruise ships, ‘Explorer Class’ fleet of ships as they say. Continue reading