Posted on Mar 22, 2017
I was shocked at the end of last week when I started to hear reports that The River Cruise Line could cease trading.
I have personally sailed with The River Cruise Line in the past and had a great experience doing so. I think that they offer very good value for money and offer a product that can cost a lot less to book than some of their more luxurious rivals.
Posted on Mar 6, 2017
Cruises around the Australasia area are getting more and more popular, I have certainly seen a steady rise in booking of them over the last few years.
It seems like Cunard want to capitalise on this and have announced that the Queen Elizabeth will be operating sailings based out of Sydney and Melbourne between February and April of 2019.
Posted on Feb 16, 2017
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.
Posted on Feb 1, 2017
I have been reading an interesting article about NCL (Norwegian Cruise Line) and a new system they are operating which will allow guests to bid for a cabin upgrade (if eligible).
Posted on Jan 18, 2017
A good client of mine recently returned from a Celebrity Cruise over the Christmas and New Year period and was surprisingly disappointed with some aspects of it even though they have had highly positive experiences sailing with them previously.
Posted on Jan 4, 2017
The cruise lines have always historically had very good deals to start the New Year. For us January is the busiest month of the year. Many people want to get their holidays booked at the beginning of the year and want to take advantage of the great offers that are around.
Posted on Dec 19, 2016
It is that time of year again already. The time seems to fly by so quickly. I would like to wish all of my clients a Happy Christmas and New Year. I deal with so many lovely people who book with me regularly and you help make my time working here a pleasure, thank you.
Posted on Nov 30, 2016
I am really pleased to hear the news that the Adonia will be returning to sail for P&O Cruises UK after leaving in 2015 to work for Project Fathom.
Project Fathom were operating cruises for “volunteer tourism” which meant that passengers would sail to locations enabling them to do volunteer work for local communities that needed it. As much as I think the idea of this was nice, I hadn’t personally spoken to anyone who was actually interested in doing this.
Posted on Nov 10, 2016
Amsterdam is a popular cruise destination and has plenty there to see and do. Although I have visited many times I have only sailed into Amsterdam twice, once on the Fred Olsen Balmoral and once on the Azamara Quest.
Posted on Oct 26, 2016
The Fred Olsen Black Watch isn’t the most modern ship at sea, in-fact she was originally launched in 1972, although she was not taken over by Fred Olsen Cruise Lines until 1996.