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Pearl Seas Cruises is Building New Ships

October 2, 2006 By: Joe Pike Travel Agent

Pearl Seas Cruises announced last week that it signed contracts to build two luxury passenger ships, which will carry 165 and 210 passengers respectively. Rendering of the 165-passenger ship

The 165-passenger ship, expected to begin service by July
2008, will begin with cruises in the Canadian maritime
, Newfoundland and New
England, followed later in the year with itineraries in the Caribbean.

Destinations for the second ship, slated to begin service by
June 2009, have not been decided on yet, says Laura Oncea, assistant to the
president of the company.

Oncea says within the next year, Pearl Seas Cruises may also
announce that it will build a third vessel, which may be followed by a fourth.

"We anticipate that we will continue to build new
ships," Oncea says. "It's been pretty aggressive, which is
impressive, shows that the company is strong."

The two new ships will have 240-square-foot suites with
private balconies and large picture windows. Every stateroom will have a
flat-screen satellite TV, DVD player and Internet access.

Pearl Seas Cruises, an offshore affiliate of American Cruise
Lines, Inc., signed the contracts with Irving Shipbuilding of Halifax, Nova
Scotia. For more information, call 203-453-4211 or visit

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