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On March 22, 2017, "Joseph Rosendo's
" was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award in the category of Outstanding Travel and Adventure Program.
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" has won 38 Telly awards, been nominated for 14 National Daytime Emmy Awards and won four, including a personal Emmy for Outstanding Directing in a Lifestyle/Culinary/Travel Program category.
Van Gogh Cruises was established in January 2008, following the collapse of
who had previously chartered from Club Cruise. Due to the popularity of the ship in the UK cruise market, Club Cruise decided to establish a new subsidiary to operate her, staffed mostly by ex-
employees. Van Gogh Cruises was planned to tale over most of the existing 2008 and 2009 itineraries
had planned for the "Van Gogh". Due to difficulties in acquiring membership of the Association of British Travel Agents, the company were unable to sell any cruises. Due to this the company have chartered the "Van Gogh" to the Russia-based Metropolis Tur for the 2008 northern hemisphere summer season. Originally Van Gogh Cruises planned to restart operations in 2009 after ABTA membership had been acquired, but the company has ceased operations.
Rosendo also hosted "
" – a national travel radio show from 1985 until 2009, creating more than a thousand original hour-long shows. In addition to his radio show he produced radio features for, among others, ABC News, Discovery Channel Radio and the Associated Press
The "Gruziya" was launched on 18 October 1974 and delivered on 30 June 1975. She was named after the Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic. The "Gruziya" was rebuilt into a cruise ship between 1984 or 1988, due to different sources stating different years. In 1995 she was transferred under the ownership of Blasco UK, transferred under Liberian flag and renamed "Odeassa Sky". On 26 August 1995 she was arrested in Montreal, Quebec, Canada and remained there for at least five months. In August 1996 she reverted to Ukrainian flag. On 11 September 1996 she arrived at Wilhelmshaven, Germany for engine inspection, but was subsequently arrested in the port of Wilhelmshaven due to unpaid debts of her owners. In August 1998 she was sold to the Dutch businessman Gerard van Leest, and subsequently rebuilt in Bremerhaven, Germany for cruise traffic. Renamed "Club I", the ship begun making short cruises from Rotterdam under the banner of Club Cruise in April 1999. In December 1999 she was renamed "Van Gogh" and chartered to Nouvelles Frontieres. She was later chartered to
, without a change of name, until
went bankrupt in December 2007. Following the bankruptcy of
, Club Cruise established a new subsidiary, Van Gogh Cruises to operate the "Van Gogh". This was not a success and in 2009 the ship was sold to Salamis Lines, Cyprus and renamed "Salamis Filoxenia".
Rosendo is married to Julie Rosendo, the producer of "
". They live in Topanga, California, with their three cats, Bates, Carlito and Mr. Jones. Rosendo is the president of the Topanga Chamber of Commerce and is active in community affairs in the Topanga area, such as the effort to stop the spraying of herbicides by CalTrans along Topanga Canyon Boulevard.
Joseph Rosendo (born September 20, 1946, Miami, Florida) is an American travel journalist, broadcaster, television personality and public speaker. Since 2007 he has been the executive producer, host, director and writer of the American Public Television series "Joseph Rosendo’s
" which has aired on PBS and Public Television Stations in the United States and Canada with 106 episodes currently airing. Season 9 was released in the fall of 2016.
On 27 March 1999 the "Odessa Sky" was renamed "Club I" and re-registered to Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. From April 1999 onwards she made short cruises out of Rotterdam under the banner of Club Cruise. The "Club 1" failed to find popularity in The Netherlands, and as a result the planned winter program was cancelled and the ship was laid up in September 1999. In December 1999 Nouvelles Frontieres, a France based group, chartered the "Club 1" and renamed her "Van Gogh" for cruises around the Mediterranean and Caribbean. In 2002 she was chartered to the United Kingdom-based
Club Cruise was founded in 1999 to operate short cruises out of Rotterdam with one ship, . The service was not a success, and the company ceased operations after the 1999 northern hemisphere summer season. Subsequently the "Club 1" was renamed MS "Van Gogh" and chartered to the France-based Nouvelles Frontieres. In 2002 the ship was chartered to the United Kingdom -based
. Two additional ships were acquired in 2006. was purchased from a Bahamas-based company and continued under charter to her previous operator, the Germany-based Phoenix Reisen. MS "Walrus" was purchased from SeaContainers. She was renamed and chartered to the Spain-based Vision Cruises. In 2008 she was renamed and also chartered to Phoenix Reisen.
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