Category - Family Cruising

4
Jun

Cruising: Choosing your Stateroom

To the uninitiated, it appears there are three choices for staterooms; inside, outside and balcony. The reality is on most ships is there is an array of staterooms to choose from leading many guests to ask, “what is the best choice.”  And like with many of the questions our advisors get,  the answer is, whichever […]

24
Mar

Celebrity Edge: the latest greatest cruise ship

Celebrity Edge is the first in a new class of ship from Celebrity Cruises.  This ship continues Celebrity’s tradition of innovation and will debut several breakthrough features, most notably,  the Magic Carpet. This incredible engineering feat allows you soar over the open ocean and features a full bar!  Another exciting Celebrity Edge innovation is the Edge […]

29
Oct

Canadian Resident Promotions

Deals just for Canadians The loonie? Ugh. Since the heady days of 2011 when our dollar was actually stronger than the US, we’ve seen it take a nosedive to where it’s now settled in the 75¢ area. What’s a poor Canadian traveller to do? Fear not: we’ve collected an array of tempting cruise offers just […]

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 […]

27
Jul

Mediterranean Cruise Magic — Spain, France, Italy

I was recently able to take a Mediterranean cruise vacation with my family aboard the Celebrity Cruises ship The Sotisce. We flew Air Canada direct both ways to and from Barcelona, and utilised transfers purchased directly from the cruise line. Service was both great and efficient in both directions, really making our vacation much more […]

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 […]