U By Uniworld Unveils First Ship, The B

U by Uniworld has recently debuted its first ship in Paris called The B. Passengers on the special preview of The B included top social media influencers with a combined reach of nearly 10 million followers, as well as lifestyle media representatives, travel agents, and contest winners. The launch of U by Uniworld is set

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Amawaterways Brings North American Winemakers Along On Wine-Themed Itineraries

AmaWaterways, who host wine-themed river cruise sailings through Bordeaux, Burgundy, the Rhine Valley and other renowned winemaking regions, have added to their list of offerings for 2018. AmaWaterways will now offer more than 50 wine-themed itineraries, an increase of 16 sailings from 2016 and 33 more than in 2015. The river cruise line has always

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Silversea Now Offers High-End Tours

Beginning in 2018, Silversea Cruises will begin offering high-end land tours as pre- and post-cruise options. The line’s luxe “Couture Collection” will feature travel via Gulfstream jets in and out of Antarctica, private helicopter service in Mongolia, and vintage rail in India. January 2, 2018 will mark the first departure of this kind called the

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AA Adds Free Messaging & Other In-Flight Perks

New perks and incentives are on the way for American Airlines passengers. The airline conglomerate announced its plans this month to devote billions to fleet upgrades, including more comfortable lie-down seats, improved satellite Wi-Fi, and free in-flight texting on select mobile apps such as iMessage. Additionally, passengers flying First and Business class will be treated

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Carnival Cruise Line Partners with Dr. Seuss

Carnival Cruise Line continues to see the life lessons imbedded in the works of the great Dr. Seuss and has made it a priority to show their young cruise passengers how to apply these teachings to everyday life. Who knew kids would receive life lessons while on vacation? Carnival’s “Seuss at Sea” program offers children

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Amsterdam Is Putting a Ban on Tourist Shops

Effective immediately, Amsterdam has banned any new tourist shops from opening in the city center. Banned shops include ticket vendors, bike rental companies, and cheese shops, as well as any storefronts selling food for immediate consumption. Despite hosting 17 million tourists, the city of Amsterdam is limiting such shops to about 40 streets surrounding the

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New Food and Beverage Concepts for Symphony

Royal Caribbean International’s new ship, Symphony of the Seas, will be an ode to making family memories and fine dining. The incredible vessel will begin sailing from Port Miami in November 2018, carrying with it the title of biggest ship in the world and a bevy of family-focused activities and amazing food options the likes

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The Sleep Pod Business is Taking Off

At least four companies are competing to make the days of catching a nap in between flights on an uncomfortable airport chair or bench a thing of the past. Companies that offer a variety of unique sleeping accommodations, ranging from cabins and capsules to sleeping pods, are fiercely competing for airline space. Minute Suites LLC

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