Bermuda and Canada’s Two Italian-Flag Cruise Ships – Cruise & Maritime Voyages’ New Line-Up – The Two Queens Elizabeth

THE CRUISE EXAMINER at by Kevin Griffin

The Cruise Examiner for 7th July 2014..


AidaLuna at Bermuda's Naval Dockyard 2 ©

Next year will mark the fifth season that an Italian-flag cruise ship has made three cruises from New York to Bermuda (above) in the autumn, while further north the same fleet will have been sailing between New York and Montreal for eight years. The fleet? Germany’s Aida Cruises, once owned by NCL, then by P&O and now part of the Costa Cruises Group. We also have a look this week at Cruise & Maritime Voyages, whose line-up has been undergoing some changes, particularly with the addition of the Azores. And we examine the Queen Elizabeth’s most recent refit at Blohm & Voss.

FOR THIS WEEK’S STORY                                                                                           (See previous columns)

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