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4 READER'S LETTERS & CRUISE NEWS

Fantastic feedback for our Cruise experts

Dear Danny

Just a short note to say a big thank

you for your advice and putting

together of our most recent

wonderful trip, a cruise & stay to

Beijing, 17 day Grand Asia and 4

days in Singapore. It was the best

trip we have done; the weather in

Beijing was crisp and clear because

of APEC, we were so lucky to be

there whilst it was on. The

cruise was out of this world,

such an eye opener; we

even had Japanese food

and used the chopsticks.

We also had Indian,

Chinese and Malaysian

food in Singapore which

we really loved, and it was

really easy to get about

on the MRT (metro) as it

was in Hong Kong for two

days. The Plaza hotel in Beijing was

centrally based and the included

tours were expertly run. The Great

Wall was the highlight here, the air

was crisp, sunny and visibility clear.

The Lavender Hotel in Singapore

was right next door to the MRT and

the staff there were very helpful,

couldn't do enough for us. So once

again Danny you have gone 200%

to make our holiday absolutely

brilliant. You have surpassed

yourself this time as it is the best

experience we have ever had. We

will be in contact very soon to book

again with you, haven't decided

where to go in 2015 yet.

Regards,

Jackie & David Ward

P.S And a fantastic price too!

Great Wall of China and Singapore

Oceania Cruises to welcome new ship

into the fleet in 2016

The new 684-passenger ship joins

Oceania Cruises' trio of awardwinning sister ships Insignia, Regatta

and Nautica. The new addition will

be named Sirena. Upon delivery in

March 2016, Sirena will immediately

undergo a 35-day, $40 million

refurbishment in Marseille, France

to elevate the ship to the Oceania

Cruises' standard of elegance.

Drawing on the recent transformation

of Insignia as inspiration, the ship will

feature Oceania Cruises' renowned

specialty dining restaurants, Toscana

and Polo Grill, along with more

recent additions to the fleet such

as Baristas and the cook-to-order

grill at Terrace Café. The ship will

welcome her first guests in late

April 2016. The addition of Sirena,

along with the recently completed

New Generation Oasis-Class Ship

Harmony of the SeasSM unveils new

thrills & adventures

Royal Caribbean International's new

generation Oasis-class ship, Harmony of

the Seas, is set to launch in April 2016.

The third in the Oasis class of ships -

currently the largest cruise ships in the

world - will continue the award-winning

cruise line's philosophy of innovation

and imagination to offer a unique

vacation adventure for guests. "We are

orchestrating a medley of new exciting

concepts with the best Royal Caribbean

innovations to strike the perfect chord

for adventurous vacationers. That is why

we are calling our third Oasis-class ship

Harmony of the Seas," said Michael

Bayley, President and CEO, Royal

Caribbean International. Harmony of the

Seas, featuring the cruise line's design

of seven distinct neighbourhoods for

which Oasis class is known, will offer the

most amazing collection of experiences,

amenities and activities at sea. Guests

can test their mettle on the ship's three

multi-story waterslides, all of which twist

and turn over Central Park 10 below.

One of the slides also will feature a

champagne bowl that swirls guests

around as they make their approach to

the end of the ride.

"The Oasis class ships continue to

astound and delight both new and

experienced cruisers. They shatter

preconceived notions of what cruising

can be and continue to stand in a

category by themselves," said Richard

D. Fain, Chairman and CEO, Royal

Caribbean Cruises Ltd. "With Harmony

of the Seas, we are making the most

exciting experience at sea even better."

Harmony of the Seas also will feature a

new Bionic Bar on the Royal Promenade.

The Bionic Bar was first introduced

aboard Quantum of the Seas, and

feature robot bartenders serving up oneof-a-kind crafted cocktails while dancing

to a fluid beat. Additionally, guests

onboard Harmony of the Seas will enjoy

RFID technology with Royal WOWBands

that provide them access to their

staterooms as well as make onboard

purchases and reservations. Like her

sisters, Harmony also will feature the

fastest Internet connection at sea where

guests can stream video; Skype with

family and friends back at home; and

share their vacation memories through

social media instantly while at sea.

refurbishment of Insignia, Nautica

and Regatta, demonstrates Oceania

Cruises' unwavering commitment

to mid-size ships and destination

orientated cruising. With Sirena,

Oceania Cruises will expand the

number and diversity of destinationrich itineraries offered,

appealing to

both seasoned world travellers and

passionate cruisers. "The addition of

Sirena opens up an entire array of new

itinerary options for Oceania Cruises

as we think about our deployment

strategy," added Kunal S. Kamlani,

president and chief operating officer

of Oceania Cruises. "The awardwinning guest experience delivered

on our ships, coupled with a collection

of innovative itineraries that cater

to new markets, will combine for an

alluring siren song for both our current

and future guests." The inaugural

season for Sirena will go on sale from

March 4, 2015.

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