Category: Travel Tips

10 Reasons Why I Can’t Stop Cruising »

Cruise Fever — by Ben Souza It only took one cruise, a four night voyage on the Norwegian Sky to the Bahamas, for me to fall in love with cruising.  I enjoyed it so much, I was home less than than 48 hours and I had already booked my 2nd cruise. What do I love about taking a […]

Why Cruising is Statistically the Safest Form of Travel »

In 2016, the cruise industry will carry an estimated 23 million passengers, and they are in very good hands statistically, even safer than on commercial flights, which are widely known as a secure form of travel.

6 Reasons You Must Have Your Wedding in the Caribbean »

Celebrating your wedding in the Caribbean is a novel option and at the same time something quite personal. The sea and a touch of wilderness are now very chic,

9 Cruise Packing Hacks That Will Revolutionize the Way You Travel »

Going on a cruise requires so many types of clothing: daywear, formalwear, swimwear and even gymwear if you’re inclined to work out. Keeping all of that sorted can be a nightmare.

Heading abroad? Leave your regular card at home »

Cards designed for foreign use are just that – they know you’ll be using them abroad, so they don’t charge you any extra for it. You won’t find any additional fees levied when you make purchases or withdraw cash (and if you do, they’ll be far less than average), which could prove to be far more cost-effective.

What Not to Do on a Cruise Ship Pool Deck »

Several hours spent lying in the sun, plus no sunblock (or no re-application of sunscreen), equals one very bad sunburn that could ruin your vacation.

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.

6 Best Adults-Only Cruise Sun Decks »

Adults-only sun decks come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Many have amenities not available in the main deck areas and nicer loungers or sun beds; some also require an entry fee.

7 Tasty Trends at Sea »

Cruise lines used to be way behind on food trends — serving lobster thermidor and beef Wellington long after they were fashionable.

Groups Embrace High-End Cruises »

Cruises are raising the bar on their offerings for group travelers by Andrea Doyle (Pictured) Travelers can dive into the ocean’s depths with Crystal Cruises’ deep-sea submersible According to Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA), 24 million passengers are expected to sail this year, up from 15 million just 10 years ago. Part of this growth […]