MSC Cruises – No Longer The Marmite Of The Cruise Industry!
Love em or loathe them you have got to hand it to MSC Cruises as they continually try to improve their brand with new and innovative developments.
Is it time to try a different cruise line?
Are you a committed P & O Cruiser or will you only sale with Celebrity?
I find that a lot of people who I speak to definitely have their favourites but are becoming more open minded about trying another cruise line.
Do you want the Norwegian Fjords or the Norwegian Fjords?
I have to say that the Norwegian Fjords are perhaps one of the most scenic places to visit in the world but I am feeling very underwhelmed that P & O’s newest ship, Iona will spend all of her inaugural cruise season in this beautiful part of the world.
How on earth can we keep up to date with the ever changing cruise industry that we all love.
I know that the cruise lines like to keep us on our toes, but at the moment it seems that every day we are hearing something new – whether it’s about a new ship and it’s never seen before technology, which ship is getting the next costly refurbishment – I mean, blink and you will miss something.
Have you managed to find that elusive bargain this year?
Well, how’s it been for you this year? Did you do as Fred Pontin advised and booked your cruise early or have you left it until the last minute and failed to get that cut price cruise?
Who doesn’t love a maiden voyage?
As I was looking through my e mails today I saw a brilliant offer. Why not combine a maiden voyage on one of the most talked about ships in recent years with stays in arguably 2 of Italy’s most famous and beautiful areas – Lake Garda and Venice.
How Safe Are We?
One of the many moans I hear, and also agree with, is about how people dislike travelling by air these days because of the hassle at airports. Long queues at security, delays, cost of food and drink etc. These reasons are perhaps why around millions of passengers choose to leave from a United Kingdom port, Liverpool, Tilbury or the forever popular and busy Southampton instead.