Wednesday, September 29, 2004

Press Release: "For the third time in a hectic hurricane season, MetroGuide.com, Inc. (MetroGuide) has been using RSS technology to keep its subscribers and the general public informed on breaking hurricane-related news..." Click here for the full Press Release.

Tuesday, September 28, 2004

RED HOT, RIGHT NOW: MSC Cruises touts special intro rates on winter sailings to the Caribbean for bookings made by Nov. 30 onboard the line’s newest flagships, MSC Opera and MSC Lirica. Rates start at $495 per person on Opera’s 2004 inaugural season of Caribbean seven-nighters, and two cruise “for the price of one” on some sailings of Lirica’s 2005 11-night Caribbean and Panama Canal routes. To encourage family cruising, third and fourth persons sharing a stateroom with two adults can sail free on Opera holiday cruises. “We created these rates to encourage vacationers to experience the attentive service of our Italian crew, excellent cuisine and an atmosphere that is reminiscent of a fine Italian resort -- the ‘True Italian Signature’ that sets MSC Cruises apart,” said veteran industry executive Rick Sasso, MSC president and CEO. For details, call (800) 666-9333. While you’re at it, check out Metroguide.com’s cruise port guide at www.portofcallguide.com
RED HOT, RIGHT NOW: MSC Cruises touts special intro rates on winter sailings to the Caribbean for bookings made by Nov. 30 onboard the line’s newest flagships, MSC Opera and MSC Lirica. Rates start at $495 per person on Opera’s 2004 inaugural season of Caribbean seven-nighters, and two cruise “for the price of one” on some sailings of Lirica’s 2005 11-night Caribbean and Panama Canal routes. To encourage family cruising, third and fourth persons sharing a stateroom with two adults can sail free on Opera holiday cruises. “We created these rates to encourage vacationers to experience the attentive service of our Italian crew, excellent cuisine and an atmosphere that is reminiscent of a fine Italian resort -- the ‘True Italian Signature’ that sets MSC Cruises apart,” said veteran industry executive Rick Sasso, MSC president and CEO. For details, call (800) 666-9333. While you're at it, check out Metroguide.com's Port of Call Guide at .

Monday, September 27, 2004

RCI G.I.V.E.S TO COMMUNITIES: Hundreds of cruise employees are rolling up sleeves on Saturday, Oct. 2, to spruce up schools, youth centers and other public areas as part of the Royal Caribbean International's annual G.I.V.E. Day activities. Now in a seventh consecutive year, G.I.V.E. ("Get Involved Volunteer Everywhere") Day brings out Royal Caribbean and Celebrity Cruises employees, their families and friends to help nonprofit groups improve community quality of life. G.I.V.E. Day has become the largest corporate volunteer day organized by a Florida company. Ten projects are planned in Miami-Dade and Greater Fort Lauderdale, and others are scheduled in Wichita(where the company has a reservations center), and in Seattle and Anchorage. With two more ships under construction, RCI operates 29 vessels. The company also offers cruisetour vacations in Alaska, Canada and Europe.