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Good Cruise News from Disney Cruise Line, Royal Caribbean International, Norwegian Cruise Line, and More

5 minutes read • June 18th, 2021
Dear friends, it’s time for

cruise news

. For a lot of good, positive, inspiring news that will make us believe in a bright cruise future. Let’s go!
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Sea Cloud Spirit
Source: Sea Cloud Cruises/Facebook


Disney Cruise Line revealed details on its future addition, the Disney Wish cruise ship.

Besides, the company announced the Wish Tower Suite, a new type of accommodation in the ship’s forward funnel.

Holland America Line’s newbuild, New Rotterdam, completed official sea trials on May 6, 2021. The vessel is scheduled to join her cruise family on July 30, 2021.
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Source: Holland America Line/Facebook

In mid-May, Sea Cloud Cruises welcomed a new member in its fleet, Sea Cloud Spirit. Now the 136-guest three-mast full-rigged ship is getting ready for her maiden voyage. She is set to depart from Rome, Italy on September 14, 2021.
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Source: Sea Cloud Cruises/Facebook

Royal Caribbean International’s vessels are actively preparing for the restart. On May 1, 2021, Harmony of the Seas left the drydock at Navantia in Cadiz, Spain after a near month-long refurbishment. On May 5, 2021, Jewel of the Seas took her place in the same shipyard. Symphony of the Seas became the third representative of RCI that arrived in Cadiz for routine maintenance. She entered the drydock on May 20, 2021.
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Symphony of the Seas
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Carnival Cruise Line is also moving forward. The company announced that all cruise liners would get new hull art inspired by its newest Mardi Gras design. And Carnival Magic already left the drydock in Marseilles, France with her new red, white and blue livery.
Good Cruise NewsSource: Carnival Cruise Line

Norwegian Cruise Line unveiled its newest cruise ship, Norwegian Prima. She is expected to enter service in summer 2022. The ship will spend her maiden season in Europe. Then she’ll move to the Caribbean.

Cruise lovers celebrated two naming ceremonies. The christening of P&O Iona, the newest representative of P&O Cruises, took place on May 16, 2021, in Southampton, England. And on May 17, 2021, Viking Venus, the Viking’s new ocean ship, was officially named in the English Channel.

Stretched Star Legend was delivered to Windstar Cruises from Fincantieri on May 21, 2021. The ship got new dining venues, new staterooms, an enlarged spa and fitness center, and more.
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Stretched representatives of Windstar Cruises, Star Breeze and Star Legend
Source: Windstar Cruises/Facebook


By the way, you can check several exciting videos of cruise liners’ extension via this link.

On June 14, 2021, RCI celebrated the start of construction of its first Icon Class liner. The first steel for Icon of the Seas was cut at Meyer Turku. The vessel is scheduled to debut in 2023. She will become the cruise line’s first LNG-powered cruise ship.

Of course, this is just a tiny part of all positive cruise events that make us one step closer to a complete restart.
Stay brave and positive. Stay safe and healthy. Stay tuned.

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