Blyth - Answered a Question by bradley (12 Jun 08 17:56)

If you have a good tour guide this should not be the case but if you find they are rushing you then complain to them and ask them to take into account you cannot get about as fast as they can and it should work if it doesn't then take their name and report them to the cruise line staff who are organising the trips. On some ocassions on returning to the ship there is a tour guide supervisor so have a go at them as well if they are available. Most Brits don't complain, it is a tradition that does us no good, you have paid money in good faith and you should expect to be treated like any normal human being.

- Was this comment useful or 0 of 0 found this useful
Buckley - Answered a Question by bradley (13 Jun 08 07:19)

Read the tour brochure that will be sent to you it will give you an idea of what the trip entails and using symbols will tell you of what level of effort may be required,and if there are steps/ uneven or unpaved roads,you can ask the tour desk on the ship for suitable tours.We took two that were wheel chair friendly and had no problems pushing the chair and keeping up,have a nice cruise.

- Was this comment useful or 0 of 0 found this useful
Comment | Report
Rosie Taylor's blog

No need to travel to Southampton!

By Rosie Taylor

 Sailing out of the UK is so popular! Some people cannot fly or just dont want to!Do you live in the North of the UK or even Scotland? I live about 10 miles from Manchester and recently took a cruise from Liverpool with Fred Olsen on the Boudicca.This summer the Boudicca will sail out of Liverpool right through to October! The range of destinations is fantastic!There is a British Isles cruise, 7 night Norwegian Fjords, a longer cruise over to Canada, you can travel south to France and th...

Read More

Jun 22 2017 07:16:42:000PM


Single Supplements Not The Fau...

By Freddie Moser

Freddie Moser's blog

After having my head bitten off yet again this week for simply doing my job, I thought it was high time to set the record straight about prices and supplements for single travels and inform people of the role of the agent, i.e me.In the cruise industry we have many guests in the higher age range, down to the relaxing nature of a cruise, the luxury element, and a lot of the time, because the non-retired can’t afford the time or the money during their work schedule to take in a cruise.Nat...

Read More

Jun 26 2017 09:08:24:000AM

Worlds largest ship floats out

By Lisa West

Lisa West's blog

The Worlds largest cruise ship floats out of dry dock for the first time. The Symphony of the Seas which has a capacity of carrying 5,497 passengers is the 4th Oasis class ship. The ship floated out of dry dock from the STX shipyard in France, she will now undergo her interior construction.The Symphony of the Seas will have 28 more cabins than her sister ship the Harmony of the Seas. She will feature many of the innovative attractions the Harmony of the Seas have, such as the Bionic Bar, A...

Read More

Jun 21 2017 10:52:12:000AM