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Seven Seas Explorer: The Epitome Of Luxury At Sea

Last week, I had the pleasure of visiting Regent Seven Seas Cruises ‘Seven Seas Explorer’ – a cruise ship noted as ‘the most luxurious ever built’. Launched in 2016, the six-star cruise ship is adorned with huge amounts of Italian

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AIDA Cruises Expands Its Commitment In Europe’s Cruise Capital

AIDAperla – the youngest member of the AIDA Cruises fleet – reached the port of Barcelona via the western Mediterranean yesterday, as part of her “Welcome Cruises”. During AIDAperla’s maiden season, Europe’s cruise capital is, alongside Palma de Mallorca, one

Posted in AIDA Cruises, Cruise News

Iceland With Saga Cruises In T-Minus 12-Days!

In just a few days, I’ll be joining Saga Sapphire on her 15-night ‘Land of Ice and Fire’ voyage and I’m starting to get quite excited. I’ve never visited Iceland, so it’s going to be a whole new experience and

Posted in Saga Cruises

MSC Cruises Celebrates Delivery Of MSC Meraviglia

Today at the STX France shipyard in Saint-Nazaire, France, MSC Cruises officially took delivery of MSC Meraviglia. During the ship’s flag ceremony, which pays tribute to centuries-old maritime tradition, the Company’s newest flagship received her official flag and blessings for

Posted in Cruise News, MSC Cruises

Saga Cruises Reveals First Glimpse Inside Spirit Of Discovery

Saga Cruises has released new artist’s impressions of ‘Spirit of Discovery’, its first bespoke-built vessel launching in Summer 2019 from the UK.  The luxury, boutique small ship will carry fewer than 1,000 passengers and will feature design cues from London’s

Posted in Cruise News, Saga Cruises

Cruising Customs You May Have Never Known Existed!

There are some things about cruising that you may not be aware of, so I thought I’d share some of them with you in my blog. I’m sure my fellow cruise-a-holics will be aware of them all, but I hope

Posted in General Cruise Articles

Cabin Bills That We Would Like To Forget!

I started cruising in 2007, and since then I have had a few cabin bills that I’d like to forget – sometimes we over indulge just a little too much, but I suppose some would argue and say that’s what

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Royal Caribbean’s Guide To The Most Amazing Islands In The Caribbean

ST MAARTEN  BACKGROUND St Maarten’s half-French, half-Dutch island nations and rich African heritage makes the island the culinary capital of the Caribbean and a paradise for food lovers – with dishes like Codfish Fritters, Beef Patties and Sweet Potato Pudding

Posted in Destinations, Royal Caribbean International

MeetMeOnboard: Connecting, Informing, And Engaging LGBTQ Cruise Travellers

  I’ve met many people from the LGBTQ community while at sea and as I know of a great online site that is specifically for LGBTQ cruisers, I thought now would be a great time to introduce it to you

Posted in LGBT Cruise Info

Norwegian Cruise Line To Add Lifeguards To Fleet

Norwegian Cruise Line today announced that the line will begin employing certified lifeguards at all of the family pools across their fleet. The first responders will be trained and certified by the American Red Cross in lifesaving rescue measures and

Posted in Cruise News, Norwegian Cruise Line

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