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“Century Paragon” River Cruise Ship: Continental Style on the Yangtze

Century Cruises launched its 398-passenger river cruise ship, the Century Paragon, last week, kicking off Century Cruises’ goal to bring upscale river cruising – akin to the high-end river cruises of Europe – to China’s Yangtze River. The Century Paragon features enhanced mechanics, making for a smooth, no-vibration sailing experience. Other amenities include distinguished decorations and additional entertainment functions.

The Paragon also features river-view staterooms and presidential suites, diversified dining choices (both Western and Chinese), larger public areas including an indoor swimming pool and cinema, a spa, sun decks, and of course, karaoke rooms.

For more information, please see: http://www.travelweekly.com/River-Cruising/Century-Paragon–Continental-style-on-the-Yangtze/

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