Carnival Fascination Out Of Dry Dock, Better Than Ever

Our first family cruise was on Carnival Fascination, then based in Miami and sailing to Key West and Cozumel among other short itineraries. That was the one that hooked us on the world of cruise travel as the family vacation Read More …

Review: Emirates To Singapore

Flying to Dubai on Emirates Airline is a homecoming of sorts. Over 500 Emirates flights a day run through Dubai International Airport.  Normally just a stop along the way to somewhere else, I’ve been here before but never more than Read More …

Maiden Season Seabourn Ovation Conversations Detailed

Ultra Luxury cruise line Seabourn is continuing their enriching series of  Seabourn Conversations aboard Seabourn Ovation, scheduled to launch in May. Throughout her maiden season in Northern Europe, the new 40,000 ton ship will host acclaimed speakers and personalities from a variety Read More …

Windstar Cruises In The Philippines: Crystal Clear Coron

Coron is a place in the Philippines known for its World War II deposit of sunken ships for which divers come from all over the world to see. But those above the water line have a lot to like here Read More …

After Drydock: New Mariner Of The Seas Features Coming Soon

Royal Caribbean’s Mariner of the Seas will enter drydock in May for her 6-week makeover. Returning to service on June 25th, the 138,000 ton Voyager class ship will sail three- and four-night Bahamas itineraries from her new home at Port Miami.  Today, we Read More …

Windstar Alaska Destination Authenticity Brings Four New Cruisetours

After 20 years away, Windstar Cruises returns to Alaska in May with 212-passenger Star Legend.  Along with that return comes not just another choice for sailing in the Land of the Midnight sun but four new cruistours. Our cruise tours Read More …