Critical Flight Planning Fails: Missed Connections

A number of passengers on any given sailing the United States drive to the port.  Conveniently-located cruise homeports around the country can eliminate the need to find and book flights, making a positive impact on the travel budget. For everyone Read More …

Getting There: Queen Of The Skies Takes A Bow

Over the years, Delta Airline aircraft have brought an untallied number of travelers to the host cities of embarkation ports around the world.  Travelers accustomed to using cruise line airfare arrangements know Delta to be one a handful of airlines that commonly Read More …

Cruise Line Discounted Airfare: Not Like Planning Your Own

Nearly every time I talk to a fellow cruise traveler about their experience, the ship and crew rate high.  To different degrees, that’s a nearly universal high rank among those who cruise. Value is a primary element of travel by Read More …

Safe Travels: Biometric Facial Recognition Helps Cover All The Bases

US Customs and Border Protection’s Biometric Exit is a project that uses facial matching systems to identify visa holders as they leave our country. Taking advantage of the latest technology, passengers traveling into the United States on a visa would be Read More …

Getting To Europe For Our Viking River Cruise

As we travel with Viking River Cruises, we’re reporting back a number of ways including live reports on Cruise Radio’s new River Cruise Radio.  In this episode, we talk about getting to Budapest to begin our 15-day Grand European Tour Read More …

Getting There To Begin My Viking Story Was A Breeze

One of the current promotions being run by travel companies is reduced price or free airfare to Europe from North America. The idea addresses several objections of first-time river cruise buyers in a very effective way.  Still, while travelers like Read More …