Posted on Jun 14, 2017
There are SO many different cruise ports around the world but many people have their favourite.
This list shows which ports are the most popular based on passenger numbers per year. Is your favourite on here? Some of these surprised me – I expected Miami, Nassau etc to be on the list but didn’t necessarily expect New Orleans to be in the top 20 (although who could resist sailing up the Mississippi on a cruise ship??).
Posted on May 31, 2017
Yesterday I was given some very exciting – and unexpected – news!
Each year, Cruise International run the ‘Cruise International Awards’. They gather information from March onwards and have cruisers vote for their favourite from many categories. These include:
Posted on May 17, 2017
Fancy a Rock themed cruise with rock legends included to provide you with endless entertainment for the week?
You’ve come to the right place – plus it’s a BARGAIN!
Posted on May 3, 2017
‘Quantum Ultra Class’ has a new ship on the way. Royal Caribbean have yet to name the ship (or if they have, they haven’t told anyone yet!).
She’s due to be launched in Spring 2019 joining her sisters Quantum of the Seas and Ovation of the Seas.
Posted on Apr 19, 2017
Posted on Apr 5, 2017
You may well have seen that Norwegian Cruise Line announced this week that as of 6th April, any booking made on any ship to any destination would now be All Inclusive. That’s all your drinks included as well as service charges!
Posted on Mar 22, 2017
You may have seen the recent news that Celebrity Edge is now on sale.
We’ve seen some artists impressions of the ship and I have to admit, when I first saw this image, I thought it still had part of the scaffolding attached to it….
Posted on Mar 8, 2017
That’s right – Symphony of the Seas went on sale at 12pm today!
The ship will launch on 21st April home-porting in Barcelona. She’ll start with a 7 night sailing then an 8 night sailing on 28th April.
Posted on Feb 22, 2017
It seemed inevitable but now Princess, Royal Caribbean and Uniworld have removed Turkey from all of their itineraries. The reason being ‘civil unrest’.
Posted on Feb 8, 2017
As many of you will know, I sailed on MSC Divina a couple of years ago in the Caribbean with a colleague and we loved every minute of it. It completely changed my opinion of MSC after hearing many bad reports (although they were about the older ships).