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Carnival Cruise Line reveals newest ship: Carnival Horizon

August 2nd, 2016

Nearly three months after setting sail with Carnival Vista, Carnival Cruise Line has revealed that Vista’s sister ship, Carnival Horizon, will be delivered in March 2018. Announced on July 29, the 133,500-gross-ton vessel will be the line’s second Vista-class ship. The first is the class’ namesake, Carnival Vista, which conducted its maiden voyage on MayRead More

Giants of the sea: How modern cruise ships compare to the Titanic

July 26th, 2016

Park West Gallery provides artwork from some of the giants of the art world, and does so on some of the largest cruise ships sailing the seas. Perhaps the most famous ship known for its size is the Titanic. The massive passenger liner measured in at 882 feet and 9 inches long, weighed 46,328 grossRead More

Working on a Cruise Ship: Michael Vergis and Wendy Dean

June 30th, 2016

Many of our Park West collectors develop friendships with the art teams over the course of their land or sea vacations. Here’s a chance to get to know the auctioneers better as they share their favorite adventures in the art world. Michael Vergis and Wendy Dean both hail from Cape Town, South Africa. Just underRead More

Cruise Advice explores art auctions with Park West Gallery

June 27th, 2016

Collecting art at sea during auctions may sound intimidating, but Cruise Advice provides an in-depth look at how Park West art auctions are a must-do on any cruise vacation. An article from Cruise Advice dives into cruise art auctions at sea, detailing how guests aboard cruise ships can collect artwork through Park West Gallery. FromRead More

Working on a Cruise Ship: Chris Veale

June 2nd, 2016

Many of our Park West collectors develop friendships with the art teams over the course of their land or sea vacations. Here’s a chance to get to know them more as they share their favorite adventures in the art world. Chris Veale is from Prince Rupert, British Columbia, Canada. While studying science at university, heRead More

Working on a Cruise Ship: Erhard Vermeulen and Lykleleen Myburgh

May 12th, 2016

Many of our Park West collectors develop friendships with the art teams over the course of their land or sea vacations. Our Auctioneer Spotlight provides a chance to get to know them better as they share their favorite adventures in the art world. Erhard Vermeulen and Lykleleen Myburgh are both from Cape Town, South Africa.Read More

Working on a Cruise Ship: Royal Caribbean International Quantum of the Seas

April 7th, 2016

Many of our Park West collectors develop friendships with the art teams over the course of their land or sea vacations. Here’s a chance to get to know them better as they share their favorite adventures in the art world. Principal Auctioneer Robin Rose is managing the art program on Royal Caribbean International (RCI) QuantumRead More

Working on a Cruise Ship: Jason Betteridge

March 3rd, 2016

Many of our Park West collectors develop friendships with the art teams over the course of their land or sea vacations.  Here’s a chance to get to know them better as they share their favorite adventures in the art world. Jason Betteridge – originally from St. Mary’s, Ontario, Canada – was living in Los Angeles,Read More

Working on a Cruise Ship: William Roberts and Justine Covey

February 2nd, 2016

Many of our Park West collectors develop friendships with the art teams over the course of their land or sea vacations. Here’s a chance to get to know them better as they share their favorite adventures in the art world. William Roberts, from Lugoff, South Carolina, left his position at the biggest contractor for MedicareRead More

Working on a Cruise Ship: Chris Carther and Soma Holloway

December 30th, 2015

Many of our Park West collectors develop friendships with the art teams over the course of their land or sea vacations. Here’s a chance to get to know them better as they share their favorite adventures in the art world. Chris Carther’s hometown is Waterloo, Ontario, Canada and Soma Holloway is from St. Helena Bay,Read More