Great Lakes/Seaway in New Cruise Ship's Schedule

Press Release
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Plan of 'Sea Mist': Image courtesy of Pearl Sea Cruises

Pearl Sea Cruises' 'Pearl Mist', now in final outfitting, will cruise the Great Lakes/St. Lawrence Seaway, Canadian Maritimes & New England  in 2014,

The brand-new, 210 passenger capacity Pearl Mist has arrived in Maryland for final outfitting before going into service in 2014. to operate various 7, 10 and 11-night North American cruises.

The operators say that the Pearl Mist defines a new style of Luxury Adventure ™ small-ship cruising, offering the most beautiful getaways on a brand-new luxury ship, which combines the latest and highest standards in comfort, safety, technology and communication.

The Pearl Mist will visit some of the most beautiful, historic and exotic destinations in Canada and the United States. Guests will have a choice of dozens of magnificent destinations, including amongst others, Québec City, Georgian Bay, Prince Edward Island, Newport, Halifax, Thousand Islands, Saguenay Fjord, Nantucket, Cape Breton Island, Percé, St. Pierre-Miquelon, Martha’s Vineyard and Bar Harbor.

Ship's particulars

  • Draft: 12 ft
  • Length: 335 ft
  • Beam: 56 ft
  • Number of Decks: 6
  • Passenger Capacity: 210
  • Number of Staterooms: 108
  • Number of Staterooms with private balcony: 108
  • Size Range of Staterooms: 302 to 580 sq. ft.
  • Propulsion: Diesel engine (6,300 hp)
  • Classification Society: Lloyd's Register
  • Ship Registry: Republic of the Marshall Islands

 

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