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Pandaw’s new culinary journeys on the rivers of Indochina

River Cruise pioneer unveils a fresh menu of dining delights designed by award-winning Chef and Restauranteur
River cruise pioneer, Pandaw Expeditions, has unveiled a series of delectable new menus to tantalise the taste buds of guests as they cruise the greatest rivers of Indochina. The new lunch and dinner menus offer fresh, authentic dishes inspired by the destinations visited on Pandaw’s exotic itineraries, using locally sourced ingredients and prepared by the excellent onboard chefs.


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MBNA Thames Clippers and The Opera Box set sail for the Thames Opera Cruise

Tickets on sale now for Saturday 23rd September 2017
MBNA Thames Clippers invites you to take your seats on the Thames Opera Cruise for an evening of opera to remember. As part of the Totally Thames festival, sail into the evening, and enjoy an intimate performance by the singers of The Opera Box, with London’s stunning views as a backdrop.


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Agents to win luxury fam trip with Silversea and British Airways

Silversea ship
Silversea, in partnership with British Airways, is giving agents from across the UK and Ireland the opportunity to win a place on an exciting fam trip this November.
Departing New York on 2nd November, the lucky winners will embark on a voyage to Bermuda, with four glorious nights aboard Silversea’s Silver Whisper. From the buzz of New York City to the breeze of the ocean and the tropical vibe of Hamilton, this fam trip will give agents the chance to experience Silversea’s ultra-luxury product first-hand.


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AECO develops guidelines for two new landing sites in Western Svalbard

Dagmar Hagen, Senior Research Scientist at the Norwegian Institute for Nature Research. Photo Ole Magnus Rapp
This week, experts are conducting inspections of Fuglehuken and Sallyhamna, two sites in Svalbard that are expected to receive an increasing number of cruise tourists. The purpose of the inspection is to develop guidelines that allow tourists to visit the sites without disturbing their unique nature and cultural remains.

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