By Gene Sloan, USA TODAY Royal Caribbean’s 3,114-passenger Voyager of the Seas. CAPTION Courtesy Royal Caribbean Would you pay $35 to have a few extra hours on a cruise ship? Royal Caribbean is betting you will.The mass-market line is expanding a $35-a-person “Late Departure” program tested on a couple ships last year in Europe to more vessels. Now available on … Read more
from Cruise Critic (4 p.m. EDT) — Disney Cruise Line continues to trickle out details on its under-construction Disney Dream, which will launch in January 2011 as the first new Disney ship in more than a decade. In a recent post on the Disney Parks blog, the cruise line announced that 128,000-ton, 2,500-passenger Disney Dream will feature the Chill … Read more
Posted in Cruise News Destination-led small ship cruise line Azamara Club Cruises is reporting its highest ever levels of guest satisfaction over the last 100 days since enhancements to deliver a more inclusive approach to life onboard were made. In fact, newly trained butlers onboard top the score charts, achieving the maximum possible ratings from all guests. Since the … Read more
from Cruise Critic Now that the second most innovative ship of all time — NCL‘s Norwegian Epic — has been launched, how will it stack up price-wise against Royal Caribbean‘s gargantuan Oasis of the Seas?As we let these hot new ships duke it out for deal supremacy, the real questions become: Which one are you going to pick and how … Read more
We are getting ready for this exciting Alaskan cruise on Celebrity’s Mercury. It will be my last cruise on her before the ship changes names and goes to TUI Cruises for her new life joining her sister ship the former Celebrity Galaxy.
Suite on Silver Spirit