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MSC Cruises extends fleet

expansion plan up to 2030,

with focus on next-generation

environmental technology

MSC Cruises have recently announced the construction of their third and fourth

LNG-powered MSC World Class ships, to be delivered before 2027. The first of the

two ships in the class is currently under construction and is due to enter service

in 2022. With 205,000 GT, she will become the biggest EVER vessel operated by a

European cruise line. Astounding results have shown that compared to standard

marine fuel, LNG decreases sulphur emissions by 99% and CO2 emissions by 20%!

MSC Cruises are heavily committed to developing as many new energy solutions

and environmental technologies to their fleets as possible, becoming the first major

cruise line to achieve carbon-neutral fleet operations as of January 1, 2020. Not

to mention these contracts represent a total capital investment by MSC Cruises

exceeding €6.5 billion!

Meet Adventure in The Med

This month's winner is one of our longest serving agents, who has been

part of the Jetline Cruise team for over eight years. Danny consistently

shows his passion for amazing customer service whilst having incredible

cruise and destination knowledge. See below for some of his amazing

customer service reviews as well his travel likes and tips:

Cruise News

Sales Agent

of the Month

What was your last holiday?

My wife and I travelled from the Black Forest in Germany across the country into

Austria finishing up in Vienna. Both wonderful countries that we'd love to visit again

and have been considering a river cruise up the Rheine.

What is your favourite cruise line?

Princess Cruises - I adore a relaxed, American style cruise however I love that Princess

ships also give you the opportunity to breathe. Ships with climbing walls, ice rinks and

racing tracks aren't really my thing and the Princess fleet gives you a contemporary

experience with all the modern benefits of cruising whilst also allowing you to feel

like you're at sea on a cruise ship. They've found the perfect balance of new and old,

particularly with their new Royal Class ships.

What is your favourite Jetline Cruise package to sell?

One of my favourite packages to sell is our Princess cruises Hawaii sailing on either

the Star or Grand Princess. For UK passengers, Hawaii can seem too far away however

these sailings allow you to combine a 15 night voyage to Hawaii with just a 10 hour

flight from the UK. You also have the option to combine this with a three night

stopover in Vegas, or a few nights in San Francisco or Los Angeles- two of the great

American cities. It's such great value and I always have great fun tailoring this to my

individual client's needs.

We were very

happy with the way

we were assisted

by Danny, who

answered all our

questions and

made booking our

cruise so easy.

Danny was excellent.

He booked our cruise

with ease & explained

everything to us. He cares

about his customers and

asked on many occasions

if there was anything else

he could do for us. A good

representative for Jetline

Cruises.

Danny McManus

Say yes to the hottest holiday of the

summer onboard Anthem of the Seas®.

Get ready for Mediterranean marvels,

Iberian isles and the rugged coasts of

the Canaries as this Quantum Class

favourite returns to Europe in summer

2020. From sky diving to fine dining,

bumper cars to bionic bars, you'll

never be short of things to do. With an

incredible choice of sailings departing

direct from Southampton, skip the flight

and check straight into relaxation mode.

What to expect onboard:

• Ripcord by iFLY skydiving simulator

• Bumper cars

• The North Star

• Flowrider

Plus much more…

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