Go back to the enewsletter Seabourn has unveiled d

first_imgGo back to the enewsletterSeabourn has unveiled details of the submarines that will be offered aboard its expedition fleet from 2021. Seabourn Venture and her yet-to-be-named sister-ship will each carry a U-Boat Worx Cruise Sub 7 submersible, an underwater battery-powered craft that will take up to six guests to a depth of up to 300 metres below sea-level. They have been “designed specifically for Seabourn,” the cruise company said.But if the subs looks familiar, that’s because they are  the same vessel that Scenic Luxury Cruise & Tours will offer guests aboard Scenic Eclipse.Passengers on the Cruise Sub 7 are seated in two clear acrylic spheres that flank the centre pilot’s station, offering an awe-inspiring perspective of the marine world beneath the waves. The three passenger seats in each sphere are mounted on a rotating platform that can turn for best sightlines.To maximize the guest experience, Seabourn’s subs will be outfitted with a host of optional equipment to enhance this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. A 4k underwater video camera system will record the world outside while an internal video recording system will capture imagery of guests inside as well as their direct surroundings. Video footage can then be downloaded and projected on large screens in the Discovery Center during lectures aboard the ships. A six-function manipulator arm capable of lifting up to 32 kg (about 70 pounds) will also be mounted on the side of the sub. In keeping with the luxury experience found on Seabourn, each sub on both ships will be outfitted with custom-embroidered leather upholstery, two air conditioning systems, a Bluetooth stereo system and champagne chiller for guests looking to toast their voyage of discovery.The subs will be operated multiple times per day in regions around the world where conditions are suitable. They will be equipped with underwater LED flood/spot lights, imaging sonar that acts as a second set of eyes and an advanced underwater tracking and navigation system.Seabourn Venture is scheduled to launch in June 2021, with a second yet-to-be-named sister ship slated to launch in May 2022.Lead rendering from the U-Boat Worx website of the Sub 7 – 1140 Go back to the enewsletterlast_img read more

SunAir of Scandinavia AS a franchise partner of

first_imgSun-Air of Scandinavia A/S, a franchise partner of British Airways, has announced the launch of a new flight between Billund and London City Airport. The flight between London’s Docklands and Denmark’s commercial capital will be operated on the carrier’s Dornier 328 aircraft. Commenting on the new flight, which came into service on January 19th, Sun-Air chief executive officer Niels Sundberg said that the airline had been looking at starting a flight to London City “for several years”.”The airport is located close to London’s commercial and financial districts, and it therefore has its focus on business travellers and their needs,” he said. Mr Sundberg added that the flight would be attractive to passengers because of the compact nature of London City Airport – something that allows passengers to travel to their meeting within minutes of landing. Sun-Air will operate two daily flights on the route between Monday and Friday, with a further evening departure taking off on Sunday.London City is home to ten airlines that fly to 32 destinations throughout the UK and Europe.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedCimber Air to launch new service between Billund and GatwickCimber Air to launch new service between Billund and GatwickAer Arann to launch service between Isle of Man and London CityAer Arann has announced that it will fly to London City AirportBA launches new winter docklands routesBritish Airways (BA) will be launching two new routes out of London City Airport in December.last_img read more