How to Get Cabin Upgrades on a Cruise Ship

When you book your room you are guaranteed at least a room at the level you booked or higher. But as these upgraded rooms are sold your chances of getting in on the upgrade go down. If you buy a TBA room don’t expect to have an automatic upgrade, but again, if you are going on a cruise during the slow season it will help your chances.

Booking a cruise? 18 questions to go over with your travel agent

If you’re curious about ancient world history, fascinated with fine arts, interested in learning new culinary skills, need to unplug and relax or just enamored with the glamour of the golden age of travel, there is a cruise ship for you.

Old Ships vs. New Ships: What’s in a Cruise Ship’s Age?

New ships always seem to get the spotlight, touting outrageous onboard additions that strive for the consumer “wow” factor. But what about their tried-and-true fleetmates — a mix of vessels that have long since paid their dues and the hot new ships from a few years back?

Elite Suites: Which Big-Ship Cruise Line Has the Best and Cheapest?

by Erica Silverstein, Senior Editor – Cruise Critic We recently received an e-mail from Cunard Line, aimed at select past passengers, touting sale fares from less than $250 per day on its most exclusive Princess and Queens Grill suites. This got us thinking: Cunard may have revived the class system at sea, but this throwback style of cruising from the … Read more

How to get value for money on a cruise

by Natalia Jones A cruise is already an affordable way to travel but if you really want to get value for money on your next cruise take note of these handy tips. Choose Your Cabin Wisely Interior cabins are the cheapest but they more often than not come with two single beds and they are extremely small. If you don’t … Read more