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British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver has teamed up with Royal Caribbean to bring his restaurants to sea.
Due to set sail this fall, the cruise operator's new flagship will be outfitted with several high-tech innovations for a more enjoyable journey.
If you’re part of the social media crowd that can’t stop Facebooking, Instagramming and tweeting, this ship is made for you. There are robots, wind tunnels, bumper cars and a gigantic arm that swings you over the ship!
Royal Caribbean’s Quantum Of The Seas is one of the newest and most technologically advanced cruise ships plying the seas. Have a peek into life on the high seas.
China will be launching a new domestic cruise brand with the help of Carnival Cruises in response to skyrocketing demand.
HONG KONG: Genting Hong Kong Ltd will invest 100 million euros in its German shipyard, MV Werften to focus on building new large ships.
PETALING JAYA: Leading global leisure and hospitality company Genting Hong Kong Ltd, which has already paid 230.6 million euros (RM1.01bil) for the acquisition of three shipyards in Germany, renamed MV Werften, is putting in a further investment of more than 100 million euros (RM440mil) to focus on making it the most modern shipbuilding group with an output of two Neo-Panamax and one Panamax cruise ships a year.
Asia’s largest cruise ship – the Quantum of the Seas – aims to add over 100,000 tourist arrivals to Malaysia in the next two years.
Royal Caribbean International will unveil Spectrum of the Seas, its latest and newest ship in South East Asia, next year.