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Celebrity Infinity to gain restaurants, staterooms, iLounge

Celebrity Infinity—next up to be ‘Solsticized’—will gain restaurants and an Apple iLounge along with new AquaClass spa accommodations in one of Celebrity Cruises’ most extensive drydocks.




Five Royal Caribbean ships now set for 2011 updates

With Radiance of the Seas and Splendour of the Seas now added to the list, Royal Caribbean International will be updating five of its 22 ships in 2011.



Radiance of the Seas to be revitalised for Australasian debut

Radiance of the Seas will undergo a major revitalisation next year before her Australasian debut. The multimillion-dollar enhancement, part of Royal Caribbean’s ‘Royal Advantage’ initiative to celebrate its 40th anniversary, will commence in May.

Fred Olsen's Boudicca to get makeover

Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ ship, Boudicca, will enter dry-dock in early January 2011, for a refurbishment programme. The work will be carried out by the Blohm+Voss shipyard in Hamburg, when Boudicca returns from her Christmas Canary Islands cruise on January 4, 2011.



Desso has Queen Elizabeth covered

DESSO bespoke carpets are adorning the state rooms and public areas of Cunard's Queen Elizabeth, currently debuting in the Med and in Naples today.


MTN provides Wi-Fi network upgrade to Silversea

MTN Satellite Communications (MTN), global provider of communications, connectivity and content services to remote locations around the world, recently completed a major Wi-Fi network upgrade and expansion aboard two Silversea Cruises vessels, Silver Wind and Silver Spirit.



Allure of the Seas: an uplifting experience courtesy of KONE

Finnish elevator and escalator supplier KONE has supplied all people flow solutions onboard Royal Caribbean's Allure of the Seas which leaves STX's Turku yard today.


Thomson Dream off for six week drydocking

Thomson Dream’s inaugural season with Thomson Cruises draws to a close today as the vessel arrives in Harwich before heading off to Hamburg's Blohm+Voss shipyard in Germany for a six week dry docking.



InnerSea Discoveries refurbishes 49-passenger ships

In preparing the 49-passenger Wilderness Discoverer and Wilderness Adventurer to re-enter service in Alaska in May, drydock work is being carried out at Pacific Fisherman Shipyard with the rest of the refurbishments managed in-house by new brand InnerSea Discoveries.


Sembawang wins long-term Carnival Corp. contract

Sembawang Shipyard secured a long-term contract from Carnival Corp. & plc to provide ship repair, refurbishment and upgrading services for some of its cruise vessels.


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