Category - Big Ship Cruising

20
Feb

Anthem of the Seas: First Autism Friendly Ship

Autism on the Seas™ (AotS), the leading travel organization catering to vacationers with autism and other developmental disabilities, today announced the introduction of the travel industry’s first “Autism Friendly” Certification Standard & Training Program for cruise lines.   Royal Caribbean International is the first cruise line to receive certification from Autism on the Seas, thereby […]

24
Oct

Regal Princess to Debut Early: Two New Sailings Added

Maiden Voyage for New Vessel Now Scheduled for May 20    SANTA CLARITA, Calif. (October 17, 2013) – Regal Princess will make her debut next year earlier than originally announced, and Princess Cruises has added two new sailings to her maiden schedule. The ship’s first voyage, which was previously scheduled for June 2, will now […]

21
Feb

2014 Summer Cruise Itineraries are being released

Many cruise lines are now releasing their 2014 itineraries and we are often asked why this is important. There are a number of different reasons which we will try to outline here.     First, cruisers typically have their preference in terms of location of their stateroom on the ship. The earlier you book your […]

4
Jul

Crystal Cruises – Mykonos

We sailed into Mykonos early in the morning, and were lucky our ship had the only berth, while two other cruise ships were in the bay. Mykonos is the quintessential Greek Island, dazzling blue seas, white stucco homes with blue trim, and rocky landscapes with lush green where watered, and gorgeous colours from the various […]

4
Jul

Travelling With a Grandson

When your children are older, you forget some of the things that were second nature to you, when travelling with them as youngsters. You also, with your grandchildren, are lucky enough to have a whole different relationship, not the boss and child, but the more experienced one and the less experienced one. Grand-parents are really […]

17
Jan

Review of MSC Yacht Club Cruise

Recently I was able to take a Mediterranean cruise in the Yacht Club section of MSC, this is similar to “first-class” and provides a middle-ground for those cruisers who want upscale amenities and services, but find some of the other ships a bit to geriatric. This would be a great solution for the younger luxury […]