Cruise Search


Search
O'Donoghue - Answered a Question by Bradshaw (13 Nov 11 14:36)

It depends where you are on the ship, as one is at the rear, one is in the middle..they will be the same menu..

- Was this comment useful or 0 of 0 found this useful
Comment | Report
jolly - Answered a Question by Bradshaw (13 Nov 11 13:07)

We were second sitting on our last Oriana cruise and were in Oriental..we only did lunch in Peninsular..that was March this year...perhaps later cruisers can offer a bit more detail.

- Was this comment useful or 0 of 0 found this useful
Comment | Report
Rae - Answered a Question by Bradshaw (13 Nov 11 13:27)

They will tell you which dining room by a card in your cabin on boarding. The menu will be the same in both. Both dining rooms will have two sittings, it doesn't make any difference which one you booked.

- Was this comment useful or 0 of 0 found this useful
Comment | Report
O'Donoghue - Answered a Question by Bradshaw (13 Nov 11 14:38)

It depends where you are in the ship..as one is at the rear, and one in the middle. There is no difference in the menu.

- Was this comment useful or 0 of 0 found this useful
Comment | Report
Gina Rowan's blog

Hormones Rage on the High Seas!

By Gina Rowan

Have you heard the latest? A Cruise Line has proudly announced its ‘New Women only cruise’ Whoever thought that this would be a good idea should have a serious talking to. What was she (or he..) thinking? Seriously!Imagine the outcry if a cruise line announced a Men Only cruise? Women, including myself would have plenty to say about it. So why is a Women Only cruise marketed as a good idea?I cant imagine it will take off, and what kind of women would it attract? Hen parties...

Read More

Feb 16 2017 10:06:37:000AM


Ships Collide !

By Richard Smith

Richard Smith's blog

Watch this video on YouTube.I was shocked earlier this week to read a story of the new Seabourn Encore ship colliding with another ship.It turns out that the collision was minor and thankfully no-one was hurt but what left me wondering was how something like this could happen in the first place.The new ship was docked in Timaru, New Zealand at the time and was actually delayed in departure due to the strong winds there. The ship ended up breaking it’s moorings due to the strong winds an...

Read More

Feb 16 2017 07:57:41:000PM

Balconies in the Arctic Wou...

By Ben Allsopp

Ben Allsopp's blog

Quite recently with the launch of some very exciting itineraries, I have had a lot of bookings for the Northern Lights and Arctic voyages of late and every customer has asked me for a Balcony. I feel this is because these cruises are for the destination and the clientele tends to be very well travelled.As people cruise more and more, by the third of fourth time- They tend to go for a balcony cabin and it is very hard to go back down to an ocean view or an inside from there.But the point I am ...

Read More

Feb 14 2017 04:49:24:000PM