Pearl Seas Cruises Sails Through Six Weeks

Pearl Seas Cruises' Pearl Mist (shown above) has completed the first six weeks of its inaugural season, which the line describes as "a successful start," based on guest feedback. The new 210-passenger Pearl Mist, launched earlier this summer, is currently operating in the Canadian Maritimes and Great Lakes.

“Our guests are enjoying the unique ports of call and have left a range of positive feedback,” said Timothy Beebe, vice president of Pearl Seas Cruises. “They are particularly pleased with the personalized service, elegant and relaxing atmosphere and warm camaraderie aboard the Pearl Mist.”

Beebe said that the Pearl Mist allows the line to offer a new style of luxury adventure cruising, as well as a new range of itineraries. Pearl Seas Cruises is a sister line to American Cruise Lines, which operates in U.S. coastal and interior waterways.  

Beebe said: “We look forward to perfecting this style of cruising and to growing Pearl Seas Cruises’ operation with more ships and more itineraries in the seasons to come.”

Pearl Mist's staterooms all have private balconies; most have sliding glass doors. Onboard spaces include a dining room and several lounges. Guests enjoy such amenities as enrichment programs, entertainment and shore excursions. 

For more information, visit www.pearlseascruises.com.

 

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