Seeing Cuba The Small Ship Way – The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection – Newbuilding Magellan Explorer For Antarctica XXI

The Cruise Examiner for 26th June 2017

Victory I, ex-Saint Laurent, at Montreal

Victory Cruise Line’s Victory I, seen here as Saint Laurent at Montreal in 2015

Last week, we received word from Victory Cruise Lines of Miami that it had received approval to cruise to Cuba and that president and ceo Bruce Nierenberg is now in Cuba making arrangements. Victory operate the 210-berth Victory I, which is presently sailing the Great Lakes. Victory’s Nierenberg advises us of the relatively new line’s plans for Cuba. Elsewhere, Ritz-Carlton has announced that it will enter the yacht cruise business with three new 298-berth cruising yachts of 623 feet each. Meanwhile, Chile’s Antarctica XXI has announced a 70-berth 298-foot newbuilding, the Magellan Explorer, for its Antarctic fly and sail business.

FOR THIS WEEK’S STORY                                                                                               (See previous columns)

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