Category: Europe Cruise

Is a Cruise Drink Package Right for You? »

If you’re someone who must have Patron in your margarita or won’t drink house wines, then you might want to examine drink packages to see if they are a better deal. Many drink packages will cover cocktails or wine up a certain amount; if your drink is more expensive, you either have to pay full price or simply make up the difference.

5 ways to stay safe while traveling abroad that you haven’t considered yet »

The US Government offers the free service STEP, or the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program, for Americans who are traveling abroad. A free STEP enrollment means you connect with the nearest US embassy and enroll your trip with it. The embassy knows when you’ll be out of the country, which means it can contact you more easily if the area experiences any disasters, such as bad weather or civil unrest. Friends and family members can also contact you if an emergency occurs.

Travellers over 60 share how to choose the right cruise »

One of the biggest differences between a river and an ocean cruise is the size of the ship.

Top-of-the-line luxury cruise ship sales the high seas »

By Mike Kelly The Seven Seas Explorer will ply the Mediterranean until late this year, when it will begin sailing out of Miami. MONTE CARLO, Monaco — It takes a bit of nerve to brag that something of yours is the best, the richest, the biggest, or any other superlative that might come to mind. But […]

Take a Tour Inside the Most Luxurious Cruise Ship in the World »

Up in the Explorer’s top, $10,000-per-night Regent Suite, which occupies much of Deck 14, travel agent Bob Newman aka “CruiseExpertBob” was wide-eyed and smiling so hard he could hardly talk.

15 Best Cruise Ship Alternative Restaurants »

Cruise ships are continually upping the ante with specialty restaurants that feature international dishes, celebrity chefs, intimate venues, innovative menus and all-round delicious food.

Meet the Man Who Has Taken 950 Cruises and Spent Over 6,000 Days At Sea »

Ever dream about living on a cruise ship? Mario Salcedo, also known as “Super Mario”, has taken 950 cruises over the past 20 years and spends all but two weeks a year at sea.

How Megaships Are Driving A Wave Of Meetings At Sea »

“There are still misconceptions. There are still a lot of people who haven’t cruised or cruised for decades, and it’s the only one they remember. Education on how the ships have changed is a big point.” Freed agrees, “The old perception is you are sticking me in the main theatre.”

How To Enjoy Your International Flight »

By Chris Owen What to expect on that flight from the United States to someplace across the pond for your first European cruise vacation. That’s really the focus of this post; to address the concerns of those who have not flown internationally, choosing the safe and convenient Caribbean, Mexico, Alaska or other close-by areas of […]

And cruising’s ‘Luxury Leader’ for 2016 is… »

If you’re like most cruisers, you spend time talking cruising with others who love taking to the rivers and the oceans. Here’s something you might be able to stump them with, as a “Did you know?”