All posts tagged "Cobh"

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    Cork Agents Tour Brilliance of the Seas

    Royal Caribbean International utilised the visit of Brilliance of the Seas to Cobh to entertain travel agents from the region on board. The agents were given an informative tour of the cruise ship followed by lunch and refreshments. Jennifer Callister from RCI was on hand to look after all the agents with...

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    WOW Factor Comes to Cobh with RCI

    Agents from Falcon Travel Shop Savoy get into the ‘WOW’ spirit with Jenny Rafter, Royal Caribbean International’s Major Account Manager, and Ben Bouldin, Sales Director, onboard Legend of the Seas in Cobh. Agents from across Ireland were treated to a ship tour and lunch on 26th April 2014.  

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    Silversea Ship Visits for September

    Silversea will be hosting Irish agents on board Silver Cloud and Silver Whisper this September in Dublin and Cobh – and agents should pre-register now.  Both ship visits will give agents the opportunity to experience a glimpse of life on a Silversea cruise in true style with a champagne reception, five-course lunch...

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    Lee Travel and RCI Cruises from Ireland to Norway

    Lee Travel has announced an exclusive agreement with Royal Caribbean International to work together to invite holidaymakers to board Europe’s largest cruise ship, Independence of the Seas, for cruises direct from Ireland for the very first time. The deal will enable 200 guests that book with Lee Travel to board the ship...

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    RCI Announces Nine Ships in Europe for Summer 2013

    Summer 2013 will see Royal Caribbean International deploy nine ships in Europe to offer 276 sailings to 88 ports on 58 European itineraries. By summer 2013 seven of the nine Europe-based ships will have completed a multi-million dollar re-fit and re-design. ‘Independence of the Seas’ recently visited Cobh, while ‘Azamara Journey’ visited Waterford....

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    Margaret Devaney: a Titanic Survivor

    One century ago, on Sunday 14th April 1912, the steamship RMS Titanic struck an iceberg in the Atlantic on her maiden voyage from Southampton, Cherbourg and Cobh, Co Cork. The liner was carrying 2,225 people and 1,512 were lost. In the March issue of Irish Travel Trade News, our correspondent Joe Jennings...

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    Travel Agents Hosted on ms Prinsendam in Dublin

    Holland America Line’s ms Prinsendam arrived into Dublin Port last week, as part of its Celtic Worlds 21-day itinerary, and Daniela Scannella, Trade Sales Manager, hosted a group of travel agents on a familiarisation tour followed by an exquisite lunch. At a presentation in the ship’s cinema, Daniela, who is just four...