Last-Minute Mediterranean Mega-Yacht Charters from SeaDream!

by mmckeon

    Are you ready to set sail on a “yacht of your own”?  SeaDream Yacht Club has some unique opportunities to charter in the Mediterranean.  Because of their small ship size, SeaDream’s 56-stateroom twin yachts can access hidden harbors and less-traveled ports….and they’re perfectly suited for a complete ship buyout! About SeaDream Yachts SeaDream Yacht Club […]

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    COP26 Floating Hotels: Behind-the-Scenes Success Story

    by Joyce Landry
      LK COP26 team Glasgow

      A highly anticipated global climate conference has taken up all hotel accommodations in a Scottish port city, leaving no available rooms for thousands of security staff, AV technicians, and other essential workers. The conference is just weeks away. If you were the organizers, what would you do? There was only one viable solution: bring in […]

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      Sampling Royal Caribbean’s new Odyssey of the Seas

      by Cherie Weinstein

        An “odyssey” is defined as a long series of wanderings or adventures, especially when filled with notable experiences or hardships.  I just returned from a mini-odyssey, 2 days aboard Royal Caribbean’s newest large ship, the Odyssey of the Seas. (2015 staterooms/maximum occupancy 4805.) True to her name, the Odyssey of the Seas offers many opportunities […]

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        Expedition Cruising is Hot!

        by Cherie Weinstein

          [Editor’s Note: Cherie Weinstein, CTC, CIS, CITE, is Project Manager at Landry & Kling] I recently had the opportunity to cruise on Crystal Cruises’ beautiful new expedition ship, Crystal Endeavor on a two day “showcase” cruise from Miami to Bimini in the Bahamas.  The ship is on her way to South America for her Antarctic […]

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          How a Cruise Ship Helped Hurricane Ida Relief Efforts in New Orleans

          by mmckeon

            When Hurricane Ida made landfall in Louisiana on August 30, the effects were devastating. With sustained winds of 150 miles per hour, the Category 4 storm shattered Louisiana’s power grid, leaving more than one million homes and businesses in Louisiana and Mississippi — including all of New Orleans — without electricity. As utility crews scrambled […]

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            Your Return to Safe Cruising is Here!

            by Joyce Landry
              Vision of the Seas sailing from Bermuda 2021

              Cruising is Back! Your long-awaited return to cruising is finally at hand. Several ocean and river cruise lines have been sailing in Europe and Asia with proven success. Small ships are cruising again through Alaska and North American rivers, and other cruise lines have announced their 2021-2022 restarts in Alaska, Europe, and other sought-after destinations.  […]

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              Update from the G7 Summit in Cornwall: Our Ship is In!

              by Joyce Landry
                Europa Silja docked in Falmouth for G7 Summit

                Reporting from Cornwall, England…The G7 is underway and our ship has come in!  We just finished boarding 1,000 officers of the Devon & Cornwall Police aboard the cruise ferry Silja Europa.    Covid protocols include single occupancy of cabins, testing daily for all occupants of the ship, signage indicating one-way routes on board, mandatory mask-wearing, and […]

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                Our Accommodation Ship Solution for the Cornwall G7 Summit

                by Joyce Landry
                  Silja Europa floating hotel for G7 Summit Cornwall

                  The eyes of the world are on Cornwall, England, as the picturesque seaside village of Carbis Bay prepares to host world leaders during the June G7 Summit. But the Cornwall police had a challenge, and I’m honored to say Landry & Kling Global Cruise Services found the solution: floating accommodations!  The Devon/Cornwall Police contacted Landry […]

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