June 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);6/27/2009 TW Cruise, p8
Trade Publication
The article news briefs on the cruise industry. All Leisure Group PLC has expanded its cruise portfolio with the acquisition of Hebridean International Cruises. Actresses Patricia Routledge and Susannah York are among the line-up celebrating the 90th anniversary of the Theatre Guild. The line-up for Silversea's music-themed cruises around British Isles and Mediterranean in 2009's summer includes the London Festival Opera, and the Bootleg Beatles.


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