Cruise News - October 2010
Cruise news and cruise travel news in October 2010 – the updates are right here at Prow’s Edge Cruise Magazine
In October 2010, the Prow's Edge Cruise Magazine sailed through the press releases from and about the cruise lines and cruise ports to find the latest news about cruises – from news about another cruise award for Crystal Cruises to the new line up in Alaska for Oceania Cruises.
This archive is intended to showcase the cruise news of October 2010.
October 15 - 2010 : CONDÉ NAST TRAVELER READERS VOTE CRYSTAL CRUISES #1 AGAIN –
FOR A RECORD 17TH YEAR
For an unprecedented 17th year, Crystal Cruises has been voted the “Best Large-Ship Cruise Line” for 2010 by the influential readers of Condé Nast Traveler magazine (U.S.). The ultra-luxury line holds the distinction of having won the award more than any other cruise line, hotel or resort in history.
Photo: Crystal Cruises
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October 06 20 - 2010 : HURTIGRUTEN LAUNCHES “1893 AMBASSADOR PROGRAM” – LOYAL GUESTS RECEIVE A HOST OF FREE BENEFITS AND UP TO 10% OFF FUTURE VOYAGES
Hurtigruten has announced the launch of the “1893 Ambassador” program – a new global customer loyalty program designed to reward the company’s repeating guests with exclusive discounts and recognition benefits.
MS Trollfjord - Photo courtesy Hurtigruten
October 04 - 2010 : Boutique Ports, 2 Full Days of Glacier Cruising and Alaskan Cuisine Highlight Oceania Cruises’ Inaugural Season
Photo: Oceania Cruises
To celebrate its inaugural Alaska season, Oceania Cruises has announced Double Bonus Savings on 10 exciting, new voyages for summer 2011. The limited-time promotion offers per stateroom savings of $1,000 off cruise fares plus a $1,000 shipboard credit on top of two-for-one prices and free airfare. In addition, third and fourth guests in a stateroom may travel for only $999 per person, cruise-only.