Staying on the Cruise Ship When in Port More Exciting – Here’s Why?

Royal Caribbean Sisters

Royal Caribbean Sisters. Credit: Flickr/Woody Hibbard

Staying onboard during a port of call could be super-cool. While many cruisers choose to stay back as they wish to catch up on R&R, some others who are frequent-cruisers may have already explored the port. Especially, when one takes the Caribbean cruises, one may stop often at Cozumel or St. Thomas. So, if you are contemplating staying onboard, then here’s why you would love to do it. Continue reading

Cruise Leisurely Onboard MS Noordam

Credit: Crystal Cruises

The cruising life onboard Holland America’s MS Noordam strikes a wonderful balance between classic and contemporary making cruising an enjoyable experience. The line can carry 1,918 passengers and 800 crew members, was christened in 2006 and refurbished last in 2015. Noordam gives guests an intimate feel and offers thrilling nooks-and-corners for conversations, dining options, and plenty of entertainment including violin-piano performances, to dancing, ballroom, and more. Continue reading

New RS21 Promises More Exciting Keelboat-Racing Days Ahead

RS21

Credit: RSSailing.com

Are you a keelboat-racing lover? Then, England’s RS Sailboats, New RS21, which is aimed at bringing popularity back to keelboat racing, would definitely excite you. The brand new RS21 is simple, progressive, affordable, and with the evolved design, the boat looks promising enough to be the most exciting boat launch of 2018.

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