Guilford, CT – Pearl Seas Cruises announced today that its first ship built for world service would be a larger design with a passenger capacity of 210 and 330 feet in length. The ship is currently under construction and is proceeding quickly and on schedule.
The first ship is scheduled to begin cruise service in August 2008. The 109 staterooms and suites will have a size range of 240 to 460 square feet and all 109 stateroom suites will have private verandas. Pearl Seas Cruises is creating the optimum ship, small enough to sail intriguing places unavailable to most of the larger vessels while also providing a smooth, comfortable ride in deep-water cruising. In addition, these ships will offer the intimacy and service expected on a small deluxe cruise ship while also affording all of the modern amenities of a larger cruise ship. The first ship will begin with international cruises in the Canadian Maritimes, St. Lawrence Seaway, Great Lakes, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and New England, and followed later in the year with itineraries in the Caribbean and Mexico Riviera.
The ships have been designed with the most innovative advanced designs including state of the art technologies and modern amenities: including a spa, elevators to all six decks, Internet access throughout the ship, and oversized suites all with private verandas and large opening picture windows offering spectacular views. Every stateroom is fitted with many modern conveniences and amenities expected by the discerning traveler. The ship is fully stabilized, and meets the newest and most stringent safety and environmental standards. The atmosphere is relaxing and inviting, much like that of a fine private club, offering “Luxury Adventure™” with every cruise experience.
For more information on Pearl Seas Cruises’ 2008 and 2009 schedule call 1-800-983-7462 or visit www.pearlseascruises.com