- Still safe. // Southern African Tourism Update;Oct/Nov2010, Issue 215, p3
The article reports that pirates are not a significant threat to cruise ships and tourists in Kenya, Zanzibar and Tanzania, according to Kenya Tourist Board chairman Jake Grieves-Cook and Akorn Destination Management Cruise Operations & Development Director Chris Owen-Collett.
- Suspected pirates follow ship. // Travel Daily;11/28/2012, p4
The article reports on the Azamara Journey's brief encounter of pirates off the coast of Oman after it was aggressively approached by several small boats, however, the skiffs have withdrawn after the captain engages in evasive action.
- Bigger Isn't Always Better. Dinnigan, Lizz // Travel Agent;04/10/2000, Vol. 299 Issue 4, p115
Focuses on the popularity of small ships/yachts cruising in Alaska. Difference between large- and small-ships; Typical itinerary of smaller vessels; Advantages of cruising in small ships or yachts; Type of passengers boarding the small ships or yachts; Role of yachts in the development of...
- Pama LX540. Caswell, Chris // Yachting;Oct2004, Vol. 196 Issue 4, p144
Features the Pama LX540 cruiser from China.
- Seabourn plans special events as it prepares for early arrival of Quest. Davies, Phil // Travel Weekly (UK);10/1/2010, Vol. 5 Issue 2037, p24
The article reports that the yacht club Yachts of Seabourn is planning to deliver its third large vessel Seabourn Quest earlier than expected in May 2011.
- Horror on the High Seas. Robinson, Simon; Elegant, Simon; Donnelly, Sally B.; Rice, Xan // Time;11/21/2005, Vol. 166 Issue 21, p52
This article reports on a pirate attack on the Seabourn Spirit, a Miami-based cruise ship with 312 on board, while the ship cruised off the Somalia coast. Passengers recall seeing inflatable rubber boats, each with four or five black-clad men armed with machine guns and rocket-propelled...
- Sounding Off. Vaisman, Daria // Foreign Policy;Jan/Feb2007, Issue 158, p100
The author discusses how luxury cruise liners have been using a Long-Rang Acoustic Device (LRAD), which sends out an intensely painful noise up to 3,000 feet away that is only audible to the people the device is targeting. Cruise liners have been using LRAD as a way to ward off pirates in the...
- Yachts of Seabourn. // CruiseGuide;6/29/2009, p4
The article reports on the Seabourn Odyssey cruise which will be launched and named by the Yachts of Seabourn in Venice, Italy in June 2009.
- Viking 45 Convertible. Sass Jr., George // Yachting;Dec2002, Vol. 192 Issue 6, p74
Describes the Viking 45 Convertible vessel from Viking Yacht Co. Features of the ship; Interior design; Cockpit features of the ship.