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

Most Expensive sailboats in the world

Sunny days won’t last long, soak up as much sun as you can, and the most adventurous way to do so is to board a ship and set sail. So start saving your money to take the voyage, so what they are a bit expensive, they are totally worth it.

Credit: Creative Commons/GregCovey

Credit: Creative Commons/GregCovey

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First Virgin Cruises Ship to Sail from Miami in 2020

Creative Commons/Land Rover MENA

Creative Commons/Land Rover MENA

Technology has brought about great innovation all over the world. We have seen many wonders with reference to innovation and are yet to see more. Richard Branson has come with news that he is lately venturing in some ship by the name Virgin Cruises. We don’t really have an idea of how this one looks like. However, in a conference in Port Miami, Branson said that this one is under construction and will begin sailing in the year 2020. He revealed this at a particular press conference in Miami.  Continue reading

Viking Star Cruise Ship Is In a Class of Its Own

Cruise ships have always been seen as the height of luxury. They cater beautifully to their passengers, providing an experience that some people are lucky to enjoy once in a lifetime. Each cruise brings the passengers through incredible waters with a gorgeous view while they experience luxury services from a ship dedicated to offering the ultimate in customer service to everyone on board.

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Costa Concordia Clean Up Could Take A Year

An Italian firefighter helicopter lifts up a passenger from the luxury cruise ship Costa Concordia which ran aground the tiny Tuscan island of Giglio, Italy, Sunday, Jan. 15, 2012. (AP / Gregorio Borgia)

The Costa Concordia cruise ship listing dangerously on its one side will continue to uglify the Giglio coast for coming part of the year. Continue reading