Reports are coming in from Asia that a female passenger from a Princess Cruises operated ship jumped overboard on Saturday night
Woman spent 38 hours drifting at sea after going overboard a Royal Caribbean cruise ship
Costa Cruises has announced the 1,800 passenger Costa neoRomantica will be based out of Shanghai, China from April, 2017.
There has been a ton of announcements of new ships being sent to China so let’s take a look at some major ships that will be deployed there in 2016 and 2017.
Cruise Hive reported last month that MSC Cruises is deploying the MSC Lirica to China in 2016 but we didn’t know until today is that the European based cruise line is partnering up too.
MSC Cruises has announced that the cruise line will sail to China for the very first time. This confirms a report posted just days ago of this possibly happening.
Quantum of the Seas which is operated by Royal Caribbean has started sailing from Shanghai, China all year round
One of the most technology advanced cruise ships in the world and operated by Royal Caribbean is getting closer to it’s Chinese debut in 2015.
A fourth ship from the Carnival Corporation is to sail year round in Asia in 2015. Costa Serena which is operated by European based cruise line Costa Cruises will sail from China year round from the popular cruise port of Shanghai. Carnival Corporation now leads all the other cruise companies