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HEBRIDEAN / Hebridean Spirit / British Isles

on 15th Mar 2015, By

Well, this was quite something special – in fact, nothing like we have ever experienced before. I am desperately trying to think of one little detail which wasn’t perfect but I am...

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HEBRIDEAN / Hebridean Spirit / British Isles

on 7th Mar 2014, By

Just very occasionally one can find a place, or in this case a ship, where it is possible to hide away from the battles of 21st century life. Such a ship is the Hebridian Princess. My wife and I...

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Renee Gagen's blog

Fred Olsen Black Watch

By Renee Gagen

Fred Olsen Black watch to have a massive multi-million-pound refit next month which will include a ship-wide refurbishment, upgraded in-cabin technology, new restaurants, new decor and new designs for the pubs and bars on-board. The 804-passenger ship will depart Tilbury on 18th of November and enter dry dock in Germany on the 20th of November for a 26 day refit, which will also include engineering works. The 44-year-old ship will re-enter service on December 15, for a Christmas Markets Cru...

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Oct 24 2016 10:03PM

Location, Location, Location

By Zara Kelly

Zara Kelly's blog

I love cruise ships, but there are times when a cruise holiday needs to be combined with a hotel stay or you simply fancy a change. In recent years I have been fortunate enough to stay in some rather nice hotels, and I would like to share some of my personal favourite ones with you.Cape Grace, Cape TownThis is a luxury hotel located in the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, I stayed here last year during my first visit. It is elegant but friendly, and in the perfect location to see all the sight...

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Oct 24 2016 06:17PM

The Rhine, German Wines and Br...

By Anthony Burke

Anthony Burke's blog

As you know from my previous blog I have recently returned from a river cruise with Uniworld from Amsterdam to Rudesheim. You can read the previous blog here ;-/cruise-blogs/burkesbrilliantcruises/the-rhine-german-wines-and-bratwurst/I was rather keen to see what the quality of food is like on board compared to that of Ocean cruising. As I wasnt disappointed. The dining is all open dining on board – with no set times. Breakfast was served till 9am, a continental l...

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Oct 20 2016 02:12PM