Posted on Oct 14, 2010
What is there to do on board a cruise ship? Well on the new QE I have taken some pictures to show you what is available.
For all you budding Lee Westwoods theres a golf net.
Posted on Oct 13, 2010
I had the pleasure of visiting the Queen Elizabeth last weekend. (Even before The Queen had named her).
This was my first time on a Cunard ship visit so I was very interested to see how it was on the ship. Needless to say she was very spectacular on the interior as well as the exterior.
Posted on Oct 8, 2010
I have just called a passenger I booked on the Azura. Unfortunatly his mother was taken ill whilst in the port of Cork.
My client couldn’t praise PandO enough for their service in helping his mother to hospital and the way she was treated whilst on board. They packed her belongings up and everything.
Posted on Oct 6, 2010 1 Comment
Exclusive to Cruise.co.uk
Queen Mary 3rd August 2011 12 nights
Do you like Ballroom dancing, Latin America? Fancy learning off the Professionals?
Professional dance coaches Warren Bullock and Jane Phillps will be on this cruise with their dance workshops. Giving you valuable advice and teaching you new routines.
Posted on Sep 30, 2010
Many people ring to ask what dining options are available on particular cruise lines.
There are two set dining times on many ships. Early dining (around 6.30pm) Late dining (around 8.30pm). With these dining times you will sit on the same table with the same people throughout your cruise.
Posted on Sep 24, 2010
Starting from November all flights to America will require customers middle names as well as first and surnames. This is due to immigration.
At the moment only American Airlines are asking for the information earlier but you can bet your bottom dollar that other airlines will follow suit.
Posted on Sep 20, 2010
Over the last few months I have taken many a call regarding luggage labels.
Now due to cost cutting measures many cruiselines are issuing paper luggage labels which can be obtained through your cruise personalizer on the relivant cruiselines websites.
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
When you go on a cruise you always take notice of the WOW factor and sometimes don’t notice the small things which also are included.
On the Splendour or the Seas my trained eye noticed a couple of these things which made the holiday even more memourable.
Posted on Sep 8, 2010
As you can see I have just returned from a weeks holiday on the Splendour of the Seas. We cruised around the Greek islands and Dubrovnik and visited Kusadasi in Turkey.
Posted on Sep 6, 2010
Leading on from my last blog, I said i would talk about tendering.
When the ship cannot moor at the dock she will drop anchor and you will tender to the port.Now as most of you know, when you tender you mostly use the lifeboats from the ship unless the port have their own.
The ship knows it is a nightmare transporting between 2000-4000 people to the shore so they do this in the fairest way possible by issuing tender tickets on the morning before the ship docks.