Victoria Cruises to Launch Victoria Jenna in 2009

Victoria Cruises will grow its fleet to eight vessels on China's Yangtze River with the introduction of the new Victoria Jenna in April 2009. The company claims the Victoria Jenna will be the largest and most luxurious vessel plying Yangtze waters. The ship will have 209 cabins (186 standard accommodations, 19 junior suites, two deluxe suites and two Shangri-la suites) for a total passenger capacity of 418 (and a crew of 179). All cabins will have TVs with HBO and CNN broadcasts, private bathroom with a shower and bathtub and a private balcony. The vessel will sail Victoria Cruises' Three Gorges Highlights program, both upstream and downstream between Chongqing and Yichang, as well as the roundtrip Three Gorges Explorer itinerary sailing Chongqing to Yichang to Chongqing. Visit []. (MR)

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