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From its onboard amenities and activities to its variety of worldwide itineraries, Princess Cruises offers a standout cruise experience to its loyal guests," said Bill Panoff, Porthole Cruise Magazine publisher and editor-in-chief.
The new itineraries that are being offered for 2014 include the Christmas Time Cruise sailing between Nuremberg and Budapest, which will include visits to Europe's Christmas markets; the Rivers & Castles trip, which journeys from Luxembourg to Nuremberg; the Magnificent Europe trip, which claims to bring travellers close to the history of emperors and kings and operates between Amsterdam and Budapest; and finally the Vineyards of the Rhine & Mosel, which will include visits to areas between Luxembourg and Amsterdam with wine-tasting opportunities.
From there, it will spend the summer offering Mediterranean itineraries.
The BlackBerry Travel app is set to be the next must-have tool for travelers, offering convenient push notifications and seamless integration of travel itineraries, profiles, and flight status updates into the familiar BlackBerry Calendar," said Jim Tobin, Senior Vice President, Software and Services at RIM.
The app can even identify potential omissions or scheduling concerns with the itineraries, such as missing accommodations or timing conflicts, and provide users with suggestions.
The Deep South Music and food tend to feature strongly in itineraries based around the Deep South, visiting Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Mississippi and Louisiana.
Itineraries can be input into TripDeck on the go or imported from another tool, including online travel planner TripIt.
The company has announced three distinctive Alaska itineraries for 2008--the "Glacier Bay Inside Passage," "Glacier Discovery," and "The Alaskan Explorer" cruises.
Both ships are due to begin sailing in Europe in April with a series of Mediterranean itineraries that include the Greek isles, Crimean Coast, Egypt and the Holy Land, and a number of new ports on the Adriatic Sea.
Several itineraries showcase a new port-of-call for the line--Grand Turk, in the Turks & Caicos Islands.
There was no middle ground of tour companies that linked inn-to-inn itineraries, provided a support van and enhanced the trip with meals at good restaurants, stops at points of interest and guides chosen as much for their knowledge of local culture as for their ability to fix a broken sprocket.