All that You Need to Know About the Holiday Cruise


As the holiday season approaches some people start their preparations, plan for elaborate family dinners, decorate homes, shovel snow, and do a lot of painstaking activities. However, some people just book an ocean cruise for a sunny vacation and have the most rocking time of their lives. So if you are of the second category, read on further to know all about it. Continue reading

Seven Seas Explorer a $450M Luxury Cruise Ship

Seven Seas Explorer. Credit: Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Seven Seas Explorer. Credit: Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Seven Seas Explorer® is an ultra-luxurious cruise ship built by Fincantieri of Italy for Regent Seven Seas Cruises. She doesn’t have staterooms but all-balcony suite accommodation. Continue reading

World’s Most Favoured Cruise Lines for Families with Kids


A cruise always should provide passengers total relaxation from the hectic and tiring day to day routine. And especially when on board with the family, it should be a perfect fun and treasure of delightful golden memories. Continue reading

Night Sailing Tips For a Safe Travel


A true sailor at heart will tell you the joys of sailing into the dark night. Sailing at night is an ethereal and almost spiritual incident that a few have experienced. Sailing at night can also be enjoyable as the sun is not harsh and the night breeze is refreshing. Continue reading

The 2016 U.S. Sailboat Show in Annapolis

Credit: Annapolis Boat Shows

Credit: Annapolis Boat Shows

The concept of this in-water sailboat show was invented in Annapolis in the year 1970. For the last 47 years, Annapolis has been hosting the Fall Sailboat and Powerboat Show. Every year, early October, Chesapeake Bayside town of Annapolis, Maryland turns into the unofficial epicenter of readily available and affordable American sailboat shopping. Continue reading

Sailing Robot to Start Sailing Around the World Soon

Saildrone is a wind powered autonomous vehicle. Credit: Saildrone

Saildrone is a wind-powered autonomous vehicle. Credit: Saildrone

Off the coast of Alaska across the turbulent surface of Bering Sea, two self-sailing ships sail on with the traces like a lawn mower style path on the water. Richard Jenkins and Dylan Owens are the two engineering brains behind these sailing robots. Continue reading