Scenic Eclipse IIScenic Cruises has unveiled a new timelapse video chronicling the build of its newest Discovery Yacht. Scenic Eclipse II will enter service in APR 2023.

The new video highlights the innovation and technology involved in building a luxury expedition yacht.

Scenic Eclipse II, as the name suggests, is a near-identical sister ship to sister yacht Scenic Eclipse. The company says tweaks have been made on the original Scenic Eclipse design based on feedback from guests and crew working aboard. Changes will include enhancements to the Senses Spa and a larger pool and outdoor area.


“We are intent on innovating and raising the game in the ultra-luxury cruise sector and are doing this by refining the on-board experience and delivering exciting new destinations. There is no limit to our ambition, which is what our discerning guests expect.,” Lisa McCaskill, VP of Sales and Marketing Canada for Scenic Group, said.

“The addition of Scenic Eclipse II to the fleet continues our mission to bring once-in-a-lifetime exploration to guests. Our Discovery Yachts are unique in that they can handle extreme and diverse conditions, meaning they can go from the icy waters of the Arctic and Antarctic to the warmth of the Caribbean, and explore ports and coves that larger vessels just cannot access.”

Both Scenic Eclipse and her upcoming sister ship are equipped with an on-board fleet of Zodiacs, two luxury helicopters and a six-person submarine for destination exploration.

All Scenic Eclipse voyages are inclusive of flights, transfers, dining, premium branded beverages, gratuities, and immersive excursions.

Scenic Eclipse II is scheduled to debut in Lisbon, Portugal in APR 2023. Its inaugural season of sailings will include itineraries in the Mediterranean, Scotland, the Americas, the Caribbean and both Polar regions. In 2024 the ship will also visit Australia, Polynesia and Indonesia.

WestJet CEO Alexis von Hoensbroech
WestJet Will Fly 25 Per Cent Fewer Flights This Summer; Warns of “Short-Term Cancellations”
Despite flying 25 per cent fewer flights this summer than in 2019, WestJet warned Canadians just before the long weekend to ...
Adam Stewart speaking to Media partners and special guests at Aolos Restaurant
Sandals Royal Curaçao Opening Celebrations Reflect on 40th Anniversary; Catapult into “Sandals 2.0”
"Put your seat belts on... the next 5-10 years is going to be insane," Sandals' executive chairman Adam Stewart told Open ...
Emerald Sky on the Rhine River
Emerald Cruises Celebrates Canada Day with ‘Suite Savings’ on 2023 River Cruises
Emerald Cruises is celebrating Canada Day with “suite savings” on their 2023 Europe river cruises. Guests booked from 29JUN until 11JUL ...
L-R: Hamilton City Councillor Lloyd Ferguson, Vantage Airport Network Vice President and Head Cathie Puckering, Lynx Chief Commercial Officer Vijay Bathija, John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport Executive Managing Director Cole Horncastle and Hamilton City Councillor Judi Partridge celebrate Lynx’s inaugural flight from YHM to YHZ.
Lynx Air’s Inaugural Flight from YHM Takes Off
Lynx Air's first flight from YHM took to the skies on 29JUN, marking the start of twice-weekly return services to YYC ...
Michael Rousseau, President and Chief Executive Officer of Air Canada
Air Canada Reducing Summer Schedule by over 10 Per Cent to Address “Customer Service Shortfalls”
The service reduction announcement "allows affected customers to take time to make other arrangements in an orderly manner, rather than have ...

Leave a Reply