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2008: A landmark year for cruising

Date Posted: 05 Apr 2007
The rapidly approaching 2008 looks set to be an exciting year for cruise lovers, with a thrilling range of adventurous itineraries from the industry's top cruise lines.

Champion of sophistication, Cunard Line, is looking forward to a landmark year, with 3 Cunard Queens sailing simultaneously for the first time ever.'

The line's brand new Queen Victoria will set off on 21 journeys to a variety of eye-opening locations, including Russia and Scandinavia.

"This is an exciting time in our history," Cunard Cruises' Carol Marlow comments.

For fans of a more laid back approach, Ocean Village Cruises fits the bill. Highlights of its 2008 line up include the Reggae and Rainforests cruise, taking in Jamaica, the Caribbean and Mexico.

Meanwhile, Princess Cruises is also making history with "a record six ships sailing to more ports than ever before".

The line's thrilling selection of journeys include an adventure around classical Europe between Stockholm and Rome, as well as trips further afield to Egypt.

Next year's cruise landscape is diverse enough to satisfy all tastes - clearly, 2008's voyagers can look forward to being part of a crucial and boundary-pushing year.

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