Oriana Cruise Ship by P&O Cruises

Oriana Cruise Ship

Oriana is a high-speed 10- deck elegant ship of P&O Cruises made for long distance cruising. Starting December 2011, Oriana is an adults-only ship. Oriana is a beautiful and graceful ship purposely designed to agree with British tastes. It is well-designed with a very convivial interior and expansive teak promenades and lido decks great for sun bathing and ocean viewing. Its signature feature is a four deck high atrium with a waterfall covered by a dome of Tiffany glass.

On board Oriana, guests will experience the P&O Music Festival at Sea series of performances such as operetta, opera and recital performed by famous names from stage, television and radio. These pe...

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Royal Clipper – The Biggest Sailing Vessel in the World

Clipper

The Royal Clipper is the biggest full-rigged sailing vessel in the world. Its design was inspired by Preussen, a full – rigged, five-masted ship built in 1902. It has 42 sails and a true vision to behold. The Royal Clipper, though it looks like a specter from the past, is as contemporary and new as its latest and state-of-the art amenities.

For the sailing aficionados, Royal Clipper presents the supreme sailing experience by harmonizing opulence, exciting activities and tradition of sailing with excellent service, facilities and accommodations of the luxury avant-garde yacht. It can accommodate 227 passengers in its well-appointed and beautifully decorated cabins.

The interior of the Royal Clipper is decked out in the Edwardian style with copious polished fine woods, shiny brass fixtures, and maritime adornments. Remarkable for a sailing ship is a three –deck atrium that adorns the very nucleus of the ship. A 19,000 sq. ft. open deck and three swimming pools generates a superbly roomy and spacious outdoor setting. The main swimming pool is glass bottomed allowing light to filter into the three-deck atrium, piano bar, and dining room.

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2014 Coral Princess Cruise Ship Review

CP

Coral Princess is one of only two cruise ships of the Princess Cruises that is specially built to cruise through the Panama Canal and the Gulf of Alaska. It can accommodate 1,970 passengers and serviced by 900 crew members in its staterooms, 85% of which are outside stateroom with 700 balconies to view the outstanding engineering marvel of Panama Canal and the spectacular glaziers of the Alaska Gulf.

The coral Princess features a wedding chapel for wedding-at-sea officiated by the ship’s captain; three unique show lounges such as the Universe Lounge, an interactive two-story lounge; a nine-hole golf putting course complete with a golf simulator; a gym with an ocean view located at a Bali -inspired spa; a sports court; a teen and child center; the Neptune Pool; the Cigar and Spirits lounge; a 60’s Retro Martini bar; a spacious casino and a 24 –hour Internet Café.

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