Air and Space magazine has the story about Boeing's plan to move ahead with its seven-seat Crew Space Transportation-100 (CST-100) capsule, which may be used to carry space tourists to destinations such as the planned Bigelow Space Hotel.
The new spacecraft, scheduled to be operational by 2015, is designed to be used not only by NASA astronauts but by any other potential customers Space Adventures can line up for a trip to the ISS. That includes individuals, companies, and other U.S. government agencies. No price per seat has been set, but the cost will be “competitive” with the $40 million Russia charged last year for a Soyuz ride, Boeing and Space Adventures officials said September 15 at Boeing’s offices in Arlington, Virginia.
Here's the promo video from Boeing that presents all phases of a CST-100 flight, complete with an appropriately pornophonic soundtrack: