Online Pacific Cruise Database Revamped

TweetThe Pacific Cruise Micro-site has been revamped to enhance sharing of port and maritime information of 16 Pacific Island countries to international cruise lines and yachting enthusiasts traveling through the region. The site was developed and hosted by the South … Continue reading →

Paul Gauguin Cruises: Our Two-Week Sale Begins Today!‏

TweetFor two weeks only, you  can enjoy even greater savings on select sailings of Paul Gauguin Cruises’ luxury small ships. That’s on top of our previously advertised special offer of 50% off standard all-inclusive cruise fares on all sailings of … Continue reading →

Crystal Cruises Pays Tribute To WWII’s Pacific Theater With January Voyage

TweetThis January, Crystal Cruises is offering history buffs the fascinating opportunity to visit some of the most pivotal battlegrounds and historical sites of World War II’s Pacific Campaign, along with key experts to share insider perspectives. On January 18, Crystal … Continue reading →

Pacific Island Ethnic Art Museum in Long Beach

TweetThe breathtaking art of the South Pacific is as close as Long Beach, at the new Pacific Island Ethnic Art Museum (PieAM), which opened June 12 in Long Beach, near the Museum of Latin American Art (MoLAA). Like entering an … Continue reading →

Free Safety and Rules of the Road Downloads

TweetLearnToSail.Net Celebrates National Safety Boating Week with Free Safety and Rules of the Road Downloads In observation of National Safety Boating Week, LearnToSail.Net is running a free downloads campaign of The Rules of the Road and discounts on their educational … Continue reading →

Surfing News iPhone App

TweetThe ‘First in Surfing News’ iPhone app has been released by Surfersvillage and is aimed at surfers, the surf-industry, and lifestyle enthusiasts. The launch coincided with Apple’s iPad going on sale in the USA. Available to download for free on … Continue reading →

Surf smarts via your iPhone, new safety app launches

Tweet First of its kind, iPhone app educating people about beach safety Rips and currents are the number one hazard on beaches and are the cause of most rescues and many drownings a year. So the creators of www.mysurfworld.com have … Continue reading →

QANTAS Mobile Check-in

Tweet Qantas has launched new technology enabling domestic Mobile Check-in as part of its Next Generation Check-in initiative. Qantas Chief Executive Officer, Mr Alan Joyce, said Mobile Check-in was a key offering of the broader Next Generation Check-in project announced … Continue reading →

Virgin Blue Mobile check in

Tweet LOG IN AND TAKE OFF – NEW TECHNOLOGY GETS TRAVELLERS MOBILE Brisbane, Australia: Virgin Blue has launched a revolutionary, innovative new process to check in and board on domestic flights via a traveller’s mobile called “Check-Mate”. Gone are the … Continue reading →

Surf the World’s Most Dangerous Wave

Tweet with Kelly Slater on 3D IMAX Big Screen Join surfing champion Kelly Slater to see Tahiti and her islands like they’ve never been shown before in the new big screen film Ultimate Wave Tahiti 3D. Opening at IMAX cinemas … Continue reading →

Orion Expedition Cruises adds Second Ship

Tweet Orion Expedition Cruises, an Australian expedition cruise line, will increase the size of its fleet with the addition of the Orion II, which will join the 106-passenger Orion in May 2011. Orion is chartering the Clelia II, a 100-passenger, … Continue reading →

Oceania Cruises Marina Furnishings From Ralph Lauren Home

TweetWhen she debuts in late 2010, Oceania Cruises’ new Marina will be the first ship to offer luxury suites completely appointed from furniture and fabrics to lighting and bedding using the acclaimed Ralph Lauren Home collection. To accomplish this industry … Continue reading →

BIG WAVES HIT YOUR iPHONE

Tweet VANS Launches First Ever Live Surfing iPhone App in Time for Big Waves at Vans Triple Crown of Surfing Haleiwa, HI – Coinciding with the arrival of huge waves on Oahu’s famous North Shore, surf fans can catch all … Continue reading →

Pacific Triennial Brisbane, 5 Dec.– 5 April, 2010

Tweet Brisbane is preparing for its next blockbuster art exhibition – the 6th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art – to be unveiled in December. The sixth exhibition in the Gallery’s Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art series will occupy … Continue reading →

Palau Creates Shark Sanctuary

TweetThe Pacific nation of Palau has created the world’s first officially-recognized shark sanctuary, a biological sanctuary to protect great hammerheads, leopard sharks, oceanic whitetip sharks and more than 130 other species fighting extinction in the Pacific Ocean. Johnson Toribiong, president … Continue reading →

Qantas.com a Must for Travellers

TweetQantas has relaunched qantas.com, creating a complete one-stop travel website, with a new-look and a host of service enhancements. Group Executive Qantas Airlines Commercial, Mr Rob Gurney, said qantas.com was now an advanced interactive travel site offering customers the ability … Continue reading →

Artificial Reefs Gain Popularity

TweetSea life love them almost as much as divers do, and their popularity is growing exponentially. Artificial reefs are becoming more widely accepted as environmentally friendly havens for scuba divers, and the movement just received a major shot in the … Continue reading →

Virgin Blue Streamlined Ground Transfers

Tweet Virgin Blue travellers touching down at Brisbane, Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast airports now have a new streamlined fly/transfer option available to them for shuttle transfers to and from their hotel or resort accommodation. Virgin Blue Group has joined … Continue reading →

Island Cruise to Vanuatu’s Remote Islands

TweetVanuatu’s outer islands are becoming more accessible for travelers with boutique cruise company, Island Escape Cruises, announcing a new cruise departing from Espiritu Santo for a five day exploration of remote islands including Pentecost, Ambrym and Asanvari. The luxury 10 … Continue reading →