Cruise Briefs

February 2008
Luxury Travel Advisor;Feb2008, p62
This section offers cruise ship news briefs as of February 2008. Hapag-Lloyd Cruises' MS Europa will be operating eight culinary cruises led by German chefs Karlheinz Hauzer and Holger Bodendorf at the start of 2008. Crystal Cruises is expanding its smoking ban policy and will be offering three 11- and 12-day golf cruises in the Mediterranean, Canary Islands, and the coasts of Canada and New England. Oceania Cruises owner, Apollo Management has acquired Regent Seven Seas Cruises from Carlson Cos.


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