Air (formerly Ice)

    Ice was created to have as little environmental impact as possible on its cruising grounds, with minimal exhaust emissions, hull vibrations, and sound projections that would otherwise bother guests and marine life alike. Inside Information: Ice changed hands in 2005, the very year it was built, starting out with Swiss businessman Ernesto Bertarelli and ending up with Russian billionaire Suleyman Kerimov. It was eventually renamed Air.

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