One of the biggest differences between a river and an ocean cruise is the size of the ship.
Cruise ship spas often offer discounts for first-day and port-day treatments. Stop by the spa, or check your daily newsletters to find out about deals.
First it was a trend — now it’s here to stay: Mainstream cruise lines have embraced all-inclusive drinks packages.
Travel can be enjoyable, exciting, entertaining – and exhausting. A cruise is no exception, and you’ll need a good night’s sleep every night so you don’t miss any of the different activities and ports of call on the itinerary.
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 that’s exactly what Frank Del … Read more
While the value of other deals might be higher in terms of dollars and cents, onboard credit has no strings attached. If you’re looking for a pure freebie, with the flexibility to use it however you’d like, this is a surefire pick.
by Ben Souza Cruise Fever, also known as post cruise depression, affects everyone in a different way. For some it starts the moment they head back to work yet for others it begins at disembarkation and while standing in line for customs. Here are 10 signs that you have Cruise Fever and are addicted to cruising. … Read more
There are four main categories of cruise line quality increasing in cost in order of standard ones, premium ones, upscale ones and luxury ones, and in each category, there are a number of different lifestyles to be expected onboard each individual line.
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 cruise? Here are 10 reasons … Read more
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.