David George returned last month from his longest cruise, 35 nights with P&O Cruises – read his Oriana cruise ship review and join him as he visits the Caribbean and takes in the sights and sounds of New Orleans. I had never been on a cruise as long as this one and when I booked […]
Choosing to explore Alaska by cruise ship is a fantastic way to experience the breathtaking state in comfort. Whether you choose to sail on a majestic liner or an intimate smaller vessel, an Alaska cruise cannot fail to impress you. Rolling landscapes and towering scenery form the backdrop to a magnificent journey as your cruise […]
Engaging, East Coast Enigmas There was once an unwritten rule that boarding a cruise ship anywhere in America meant a cruise to somewhere warm and sub tropical. Bermuda, the Bahamas and the Caribbean were the usual suspects. Summertime brought the vast, magnificent natural variety of Alaska into the mix. On the west coast, there were […]
The rise of winter cruising Cruising and sunshine. The two go almost hand in hand in popular perception, and always have. Broad lido decks, full of people soaking up the indolent seagoing lifestyle has been a focal point of most cruise itinerary planning for decades. But that is starting to change in the winter months. Many […]
Seabourn triplets sold to Windstar Cruises Seabourn Cruises’ recently announced that three of their vessels – Spirit, Pride, and Legend – have been sold to Windstar Cruises. Anthony Nicholas gives us his thoughts on what this means for both cruise lines. It wasn’t that much of a surprise when Seabourn decided to part company with […]
Titanic II – Good or bad? Anthony Nicholas is a goldmine of information on all things Titanic-related. With news recently announced that Australian businessman Clive Palmer is pushing ahead with his plans to launch Titanic II, Anthony lets us know why his emotions on the subject are rather mixed… Will he or won’t he? Clive […]
Enjoy a Mexico cruise in 2013 Seeking a cruise destination that offers something a little different? Anthony Nicholas takes a look at why the west of coast of America and a Mexico cruise should be high up on your list of considerations… If you’re looking for something a little different on your cruising menu, you […]
From offering free flights and transfers with every voyage to including all onboard service charges and gratuities in the price, Regent Seven Seas are truly all-inclusive – check out these 10 reasons to cruise with this fantastic 6-star luxury cruise line: We currently have a brilliant selection of special offers with Regent Seven Seas so there’s […]
Advice for cruising with babies and small children You don’t need the deductive powers of a Clouseau to be aware that mainstream cruising is becoming much more multi generational these days. Bigger, more elaborate ships are selling themselves as family friendly products, on a scale that was unthinkable even a decade ago. The choice now […]
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