Celebrity Cruises have always been my favourite cruise line so when I got the opportunity to sail on the Eclipse for 5 nights with work I was very pleased.
In the future I will be doing more in depth blogs on the Eclipse to cover different aspects as I can’t so it justice in one blog but I can tell you that nothing disappointed me at all on this trip.
P&O surprised myself and quite a few others with a recent announcement that they would be selling their small adult-only ship the Adonia to Azamara Club Cruises in March 2018.
I don’t think any of us will have missed the recent news of the hurricanes that have swept the Caribbean and Florida. With so much that has gone on and so many parts affected it is hard to keep up. I have managed to find an up to date list of the current status of each island that I will list below which I found over at Cruise Critic, the most recent update was 19th September 2017.
Royal Caribbean are the cruise kings of special offers, sometimes having multiple special offers running along side or on top of each other. I often joke that Royal Caribbean have more special offers than DFS and that is easily the case.
Royal Caribbean cruises have brought some changes info effect this month with their on-board booking programmes. The changes I read about are mainly based on the US market and I am struggling to find out how we are effected here.
Many people cruise quite regularly and the majority of cruise lines understand this and have been offering benefits to guests who either book their next cruise on-board or make a deposit to put towards a future booking.