We saw many Orca and Humpbach whales. We even saw a few Orcas making kills as listed on the map.
This picture was taken returning from a whale watch
I just finished a Celebrity Celebration honoring me as being the passenger with the most Celebrity Cruises on this sailing. I have 13 on Celebrity and this cruise is number 73 for CruiseExpertBob.
Alaska Cruise – Mercury 7-11-10
By Gene Sloan, USA TODAY The Celebrity Constellation, operated by Celebrity Cruises. Courtesy Celebrity Cruises Celebrity Cruises has announced plans for roundtrip voyages out of Istanbul — a first for the line. The fast-growing company says it will offer three 12-night sailings from the Turkish city in the fall of 2011 on the 2,034-passenger Celebrity Constellation. The new “Greek … Read more
Ride the Ducks suspends tours nationwide following Philly crash Travel Weekly By: Kimberly ScholzJuly 08, 2010 Ride the Ducks, a company offering land/sea sightseeing tours by amphibious vehicle in six locations in the U.S., has suspended tours at all locations following a “duck boat”-barge crash on the Delaware River in Philadelphia on Wednesday. A message on its website said, “Our … Read more
Many travelers are unaware the cost of an adult passport will go up by $35 to $135; fees for renewals, passport cards and other consulate services are also changing. BY JENNIFER PALMER Oklahoman 4 Published: July 8, 2010 Modified: July 9, 2010 at 5:12 am Passport fees will increase Tuesday. But travelers aren’t rushing to application offices to … Read more
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