Thinking of a place to crash for a couple of weeks? How about somewhere that’s right on the ocean, and where you’ll wake up to the sound of the waves each morning. Oh, and did I mention that your food and alcohol Read full post »
It’s been a long time since I’ve been on a cruise but as a kid it was the preferred vacation method of my parents (mainly because of the kid’s clubs) and they definitely have some other great benefits. Since I’ve never been Read full post »
I enjoy a short cruise because of the convenience of unpacking just one time, visiting new ports of call, being entertained, and relaxing. I haven’t taken a long cruise because I think I would get bored and with that said, if time Read full post »
So many people dream of an Alaskan cruise, and some even wait a lifetime to do it. I remember visiting Juneau, Alaska and witnessing many elderly people getting off the ships accompanied by their oxygen tanks and wheelchairs. It’s understandable why people Read full post »
I am not a huge fan of river cruises. I tend to think that such cruises are geared more towards an older crowd. Nonetheless, I fully recognize that Viking is one of the top players in the river cruise industry. What I Read full post »
Cruise ships are popular among many of our readers, so despite ideal cruise options on points and miles being limited, I like to try to squeeze in a cruise-related article every now and then. This article by Yahoo! Travel caught my attention Read full post »
River cruises are very popular as travelers opt for this calmer, more laid back version of cruising. The ships are small compared to ocean-going vessels, the staff usually plentiful in relationship to the number of passengers, and the ports of call are Read full post »
Cruises can be a great value, with the cost of travel, accommodations, meals and some activities neatly packaged into one price. With airline and hotel programs devaluing so rapidly, cruises can be a great value on points. There are lots of redemption Read full post »
While it is relatively easy to determine where you want to cruise, it can be a little harder to determine when is the best time to cruise to a destination. Naturally, the best time to cruise in Alaska might not be the Read full post »
After an eight-night maiden voyage from Southampton, England, one of the most anticipated new cruise ships of the year, Royal Caribbean’s Quantum of the Seas, arrived in the New York area yesterday, its home for the next six months. The new ship Read full post »
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