I have now been at Cruise.co.uk for over 4 years. I have worked in Travel for over 15 years and my last position before joining as a SPECIALIST CRUISE CONSULTANT was Assistant Sales Manager at a well known independent cruise specialist call centre. I made the move to Cruise.co.uk because…
I am really looking forward to what this year will bring – At the moment there are some great offers out there and our Bucket List / Tailor Made and Smarter Packages just keep going from strength to strength.
After booking a passenger yesterday on a 24 night Caribbean cruise from Southampton return it got me thinking about the different itineraries, some that are port intensive and some that have lots of Sea days, as this one did.
Remember P&O Adonia? Do you remember where she went?
Well let me tell you. She joined Carnival Corporations ‘voluntourism’ venture Fathom back in May 2016 and became the first US ship to visit Cuba. She has bee taking “voluntourists” on seven-day voyages from Miami to the Dominican Republic, working on activities such as providing clean water, planting crops to help a women’s co-operative produce organic chocolate, and teaching English to the islanders.
Royal Caribbeans newest ship, the 270,000 tonnes Harmony of the Seas was christened in Fort Lauderdale yesterday.
One of the things I love about this story is the fact that Royal Caribbean launched a contest in South Florida looking for an educator who inspires students to “dream big, think differently, and challenge the status quo” to become godmother.
Last week I was lucky enough to get in board the lovely MSC Splendida. It has been around 3 years since I was on an MSC ship, which was the MSC Armonia (before she was stretched) – see my Armonia Blog here
Well it looks like Celebrity Cruises are about to live up to their name. On December 28th 2016 with 4 ships in St Maarten Celebrity will be hosting a holiday Concert, featuring pop superstar Demi Lovato.