Staying in Touch / Oct 2016 Issue
Cruise News & Industry Updates

New! Lots of Yachts on our Website

From a classic yacht for 34 persons to a luxury mega-yacht carrying 212 privileged guests, this page on ShipCharters.com is your new planning resource for executive retreats, small meetings, incentive & recognition programs and milestone events.Take a look: 
Show me the Yachts!

Last Minute Meeting? More Cruises to Cuba!

Fathom Line added two more people-to-people cruises to Cuba this fall - perfect for last minute meetings!.The 7-night itinerary includes 2 days in Havana plus visits to Cienfuegos and Santiago de Cuba. New shore excursions include visits to Ernest Hemingway’s home, organic coffee farms in the Cuban countryside, historic copper-mining town and more.
More cruises to Cuba

 

So Many Ships, So Little Time!

Need help sorting out all the cruise brands and new ships? If you’re attending the IMEX America show in Las Vegas, stop by Landry & Kling’s Booth #1848 and say hello to Jo Kling and Robert Cao. They'll help you compare your options. In the meantime, download our color-coded New Ship Guide. Here's the link:
New Ships for Incentive Travel, Meetings at Sea & Cruise Charters 

Experience Joie de Vivre on the Seine, in Paris

Uniworld’s new 28-passenger river vessel S.S. Joie de Vivre is small enough to dock in the heart of Paris.Luxury touches include handcrafted furniture, beautiful antiques, river-view accommodations with-made-to-order Savoir of England beds and marble-lined bathrooms.
Charter Joie de Vivre for an inspiring incentive!

Immersive and Submersive Expeditions

Want to offer your adventure-seeking group experiences that are both immersive and submersive? French line Ponant is introducing four new luxury expedition ships. With 92 balcony staterooms, the ships offer a variety of dining and entertainment venues, and also boast a few jaw-dropping features, including...
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America's New Premium River Cruises

America’s newest premium river cruise company introduces Louisiane, combining elegant French flair with southern hospitality.Itineraries range from 5 to 10-nights,and because the ship is U.S.-flagged your cruise program might be fully tax-deductible.
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The Suite Life is Sweeter at Sea

One of the hottest “big ship” trends is the addition of more perks, exclusive facilities, and upscale experiences for suite guests.An ideal solution for planners who want to offer VIP attendees the luxurious touches small ships are known for, without sacrificing big ship choices of dining & entertainment.
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