Porthole Cruise News Briefs – August 19, 2016

Porthole Cruise News Briefs – August 19, 2016

  • UnCruise Adventures has updated its Galapagos Islands itinerary for 2017. The 9-day Darwin’s Islands and Colonial Quito cruises will include two nights exploring Quito’s colonial city center, a UNESCO World Heritage site, as well as spending six nights exploring marine life, birds, and giant tortoises of the remote island chain.
  • Legendary chef Jacques Pépin will be returning to Oceania Cruises for a 10-day cruise from London to Copenhagen aboard Marina. Foodies will savor signature menus, engaging lectures, cooking demonstrations, and more. The Jacques Pépin Cruise departs June 2, 2017.
  • Special Needs Group/Special Needs At Sea, the leading purveyor of mobility scooters and other accessibility equipment at cruise ports, is expanding into Paris, Berlin, Monte Carlo, Edinburgh, and 150 other cities around the world. “We want to ensure that we are truly delivering an accessible world as more travelers are expanding their horizons,” says SNG President and CEO Andrew J. Garnett. “Many new river cruise ships are being built and travelers are expanding to more land destinations. It is our goal to make travel accessible to everyone.”

Photo: UnCruise Adventures

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