Written by on Friday January 23, 2015
The cruise world continues to innovate in 2015 with various cruise lines announcing state-of-the-art on board features, expanded dining options, alternative packages and all new entertainment offerings to delight all the family.
Frozen come on board Disney Cruise Lines
Do You Want to Build a Snowman? All those hoping that Frozen would come on board Disney Cruise Line can now Let It Go, because starting this summer the movie phenomenon will be found on board Disney Magic and Disney Wonder. For The First Time in Forever, passengers will be able to enjoy themed deck parties, production shows and meet and greets with the Elsa and Anna. If you've rbrt wanted to find out what Frozen things do In Summer then the ships will stop off at Disney's private island, Castaway Cay, where guests can enjoy hospitality from a happy snowman at Olaf’s Summertime Freeze Bar. Select Scandinavian cruises will also offer themed shore excursions exploring the culture and nature so you can finally find out if Reindeers Are Better Than People.
Cunard Introduce All-Inclusive cruise packages
Cunard have unveiled new cruise packages as part of their 175th anniversary celebrations. The Grills Suites Inclusive Package will offer a number of complimentary services including internet minutes, a wine package, credit to enjoy alternative dining options, a coffee card and included gratuities, allowing guests to relax and savour all on offer on board. The package will be available on Board Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth.
New features announced for Carnival Vista
Carnival will return to Mediterranean waters when Carnival Vista launches in 2016 and it will have a whole range of innovative features to take the cruise line’s Fun Ship philosophy to the next level. WaterWorks parks are standard on Carnival Ships but this one has an added dimension with a 455 foot long Kaleid-O-Slide which can be experienced on one or two person rafts. For some extreme activities in the air, the SkyRide is an 800 foot aerial ride with hanging recumbent bikes allowing guests to cycle above the sea and take in spectacular views. To experience extremes without leaving your seat then take in some big screen action with the first ever three-deck IMAX cinema at sea, or enjoy a multi-dimensional cinema experience the Thrill Theatre next door.
Celebrity reveals new suites restaurant
From April guests on Celebrity Cruises residing in Suites will be able to savour a brand new restaurant with the launch of Luninae which will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The menu was designed under the stewardship of James Beard featured chefs and will celebrate seasonal ingredients from around the world. There will be more than 400 wines available with the perfect selection made to accompany each meal.