easyCruise Reveals New Caribbean Itineraries

August 3, 2006
It's been a productive summer so far for easyCruise. Just one week after the premiere of easyCruiseTwo, the fleet's second ship, the U.K.-based cruise line has announced a brand-new Caribbean itinerary for its veteran vessel, easyCruiseOne.

The new weekly voyages, beginning December 8, will feature stops in St. Maarten, St. Barth's, Anguilla, St. Kitts, Nevis and Antigua. easyCruiseOne will also sail three- and four-day Caribbean samplers.

Prior to beginning its new route, easyCruiseOne will be retailored to carry the updated company livery of graphite gray with orange trim. The ship will enter dry-dock on October 30 following a season in the French and Italian Riviera; other notable alterations include a new cafe, bar and restaurant, as well as new windows in nearly 60 cabins.

"We are incredibly excited about this new Caribbean itinerary," easyCruise founder Stelios Haji-Ioannou commented in a statement. "easyCruiseOne provides us with the opportunity to try out new destinations that will appeal to our passengers, and this new itinerary takes in some of the most exciting and fashionable destinations in the Caribbean."