The global coronavirus pandemic has severely affected the cruise industry. It could be months before cruise ships start sailing again. While industry experts are predicting vessels to return to oceans by June, potential passengers can expect things to look a lot different when cruise lines finally resume. Here are some fundamental changes that cruise vessels may exercise as they return to the oceans. Continue reading
As countries try to secure their borders in the face of the global Covid-19 pandemic, several cruise ships are stranded at sea. The cruise lines are struggling to find a place to dock, with many countries denying a permit to disembark. Continue reading
Embark on a luxurious cruise to the U.S. Virgin Islands. With the three largest islands- Saint Thomas, Saint John, and Saint Croix featuring golden sand beaches, picturesque bays, and scenic drives in the Caribbean, this is one cruise experience you shouldn’t miss. Continue reading
A decade in the making, yachters can look forward to the new Porche-designed superyacht “Royal Falcon One” described as a spaceship on the water that hit the market recently. Continue reading
The name of the sixth Royal-Class cruise was revealed recently as ‘Discovery Princess’. She will be the third vessel designed ground up with the Princess MedallionClass and the final Royal-class ship. Discovery Princess will also be the first new cruise ship for Princess Cruises to be based in the West Coast, sailing out of Los Angeles. Continue reading
Cruisers will love to go on a sea-bound vacation in 2019 with some innovative and trendy new cruise ships coming out this year. The new ships are equipped with cutting-edge technology and boast modernized designs that will redefine your travel experience. Here are a few new cruise ships that you’d want to take your next holiday on.
Poor air quality has always been a concern with the sailing of traditional cruise ships. However, Norwegian operator Hurtigruten is all set to create a greener future for its fleet and has also achieved a maritime first by powering its hybrid expedition cruise ship MS Roald Amundsen on battery power alone. Continue reading
Do you want to cruise to some of the most popular destinations? How about sailing at cheap fares and also at the best times? If you are wondering, how to strike this balance, then relax we’ve rounded up a quick preview of when you should cruise to some of the most popular destinations. Continue reading
Are you looking for an authentic Mediterranean experience exploring historic sites and the region on board a cruise ship? Great! Then, this one’s for you. Keep reading as we give a quick preview of the top cruise lines in the Mediterranean for you.
Seabourn Cruise Line
You’ll love the personalised service on board the Seabourn, with each ship boasting of a 1-to-1 crew-to-passenger ratio. Apart from cruising to the Mediterranean, you’ll be able to choose other popular cruising destinations like the Caribbean, Australia, Antarctica, and Alaska. What’s more? In 2019, itineraries range from seven to 72 days. Cruisers can enjoy Seabourn’s fine dining experience inclusive of menus crafted by Michelin-starred chef Thomas Keller, luxurious amenities, and exciting onboard activities. A few things to look for are accommodations having suites with ocean views and complimentary onboard activities.
Cruising Onboard Viking
Viking Ocean Cruises appeal to many cruisers especially due to their luxury ships and engaging itineraries. Do you also enjoy learning about the history and culture of destinations that you are about to visit? Then, Viking Cruises is just for you. You’ll love the amenities onboard, verandas for all cabins, Wi-Fi access on every vessel, and complimentary excursion on every port of call. The smaller size of Viking’s ships cruises along with more exclusive ports like Asia, Europe, the Caribbean, and Australia.
Cruising Onboard Oceania
Oceania sails worldwide and in 2019 cruisers can enjoy trips spanning the Mediterranean, Alaska, Europe and more. Cruisers can look forward to Oceania’s varied shore experiences ranging from glacier adventurers in Juneau, Alaska, to vineyard hopping in Santorini, Greece. The off-the-beaten-path destinations are a huge appeal, and cruisers will love the selection of speciality dining venues. Foodies, you must try the fleet’s numerous open-seating dining venues inclusive of the Grand Dining Room, which serves French fare at lunchtime from a menu created by master chef Jacques Pépin.
A cruise vacation can relax your body and soul. And, if you are looking at saving big on your next cruise vacation, then this is definitely for you. We’ve rounded up the top cruise lines for the money in 2019 for you. Continue reading