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Royal Roundup New Celebrity Cruises ship for Australia There’s only one thing that’s better than a modern luxury Celebrity Cruises ship – a second one! Following the recent success of Celebrity Solstice’s debut season down under, Celebrity Cruises has announced that Celebrity Solstice will be joined by Celebrity Century in the summer 2014-15 season. It will be a “welcome home” of sorts for Celebrity Century, having sailed a season here in summer 2011-12. Set to also be as big a hit locally, Celebrity Century’s sailings will bring the cruise line’s total offering to 27 cruises in the region for the 2014-15 summer. She will offer a range of itineraries from eight to twenty-three nights, departing from Sydney, Fremantle and Auckland. Fares for Celebrity Century’s 2014-15 season start from $999 per person for a seven-night Tasmania cruise departing Sydney 15 December 2014.

An AzAmazing Evening to remember Creating memories of a lifetime, Azamara Club Cruises chose the beautiful port town Sete, France as the fitting backdrop to the launch of its new one-of-a-kind events, AzAmazing Evenings. The inaugural AzAmazing Evenings event was launched by CEO Larry Pimentel and wife Sandi during a very special Azamara Quest itinerary along the Cote D’Azur, where guests were treated to a range of special experiences created just for them, including a demonstration of ‘jouste,’ or water jousting, a regionally historic sport. Music from a lively band also heralded the jouste as guests were led through the streets of Sete to the Grand Canal. The festivities continued with local wine and cuisine, with a fireworks display late in the evening to cap off the evening.

Designed to be once-in-a-lifetime experiences, the AzAmazing Evenings are created by Azamara to capture and unravel to its guests a destination’s true culture – sights, sounds and tastes that are mostly only found among the nightlife. The AzAmazing Evenings are individually created on the cruise line’s mostly non-repeating itineraries and are exclusive to the cruise line, and best yet, they are complimentary for all guests.

Big reveal of Quantum of the Seas Good things come to those who wait, and Royal Caribbean fans certainly weren’t disappointed when the cruise line recently unveiled the first details of its latest class of ground breaking ships – Quantum Class. With a legacy of more than 40 years in creative and innovative design, Royal Caribbean revealed it has pushed the boundaries yet again with the Quantum Class, including game-changing features such as a skydiving experience and even more exciting entertainment such as bumper cars, circus show with flying trapeze, roller skating and more. Among the many features set to boggle the minds of guests, Quantum of the Seas will also feature the industry’s first ever “virtual balconies”. Every interior stateroom on Quantum of the Seas will have a view, where a floor-to-ceiling screen will offer expansive real-time views of the ocean and exciting destinations. It will also feature the most spacious and luxurious accommodations in its fleet, including family-connected staterooms which connect to form a special layout, providing separate bedrooms and bathrooms for all - perfect for multi-generational families or a group of friends travelling together. u Quantum of the Seas will also boast an engineering marvel ‘North Star’ – a jewel-shaped, glass capsule, that will transport guests on a spectacular journey of more than 300 feet above the ocean and over the sides of the ship to deliver an incredible 360-degree view.

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