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Coffee at sea

FOR many Australians, morning coffee is a vital part of their routine and they would never contemplate dropping the habit while on holidays. Here’s a rundown of some of the options at sea to give you your caffeine buzz.

In brief: cruise March 2019

CUNARD’S confidence in growing its share of the Australian market has continued with the cruise line recently announcing its biggest program ever in 2020/21.

Scenic can see the light

LONG-SUFFERING travel agents with passengers booked on Scenic Eclipse have been assured that a further revised delivery date for the highly anticipated Discovery Yacht is “most definitely achievable”. Last month fears of a third delivery delay were confirmed, with Scenic Chairman Glen Moroney saying the first scheduled cruise had been amended to 15 August 2019 — almost exactly 12 months later than initially planned.

CLIA view: industry celebrates

JOEL Katz, Managing Director CLIA Australasia

American Queen’s double victory

TRAVELLERS will soon have new choices in overnight river cruising, with American Queen Steamboat Company (AQSC) closing on a deal to acquire Victory Cruise Lines.

The Greg Mortimer sparks new interest for Aurora

AURORA Expeditions Managing Director Robert Halfpenny said the company had witnessed “immediate interest” from cruisers wanting to be part of the inaugural sailing of its new 104-metre, purpose-built expedition ship, the Greg Mortimer.

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