Royal Ship Swap Brings Enchantment To Space Coast Port

Cruise lines move ships around the world on a seasonal basis, chasing calm seas, warm temperatures and desktop wallpaper-quality scenes to entice travelers.  When reviewing the 2018/2019 Short Caribbean itineraries, Royal Caribbean International saw an opportunity to better strengthen the Read More …

Everglades Cruise Terminal Overhaul Promises Personal Embarkation Experience

  Carnival Corporation has completed a multi-million-dollar redesign and upgrade of Cruise Terminal 2 at Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale. Tagged for use by the company’s Princess Cruises brand, the upgraded terminal now features a more streamlined departure design, interactive Read More …

Viking Spirit Of Exploration Floats Fifth Ship

Viking Ocean Cruises announced this week that American chemist, emergency room physician and recently retired NASA astronaut Dr. Anna Fisher will be honored as godmother to its fifth ocean ship, which will debut in July 2018.  New Viking Orion is Read More …

Magnificent New Cunard Line Ship To Debut In 2022

Cunard Line announced today that it is adding a fourth ship to its fleet.  As part of the Carnival Corporation brand’s ambitious plans for the future of Cunard globally, the new ship will join the Cunard fleet in 2022. “Cunard continues the Read More …

The Future Of Cruising: Royal Caribbean Lab Melds Technology and Creativity

Have you ever wondered “Where do cruise lines get the ideas for new attractions, features or dining venues?” Much of what we see on new cruise ships comes from us; travelers who actually use the hardware cruise lines design. That Read More …

Alaska Adventure Cruise: One From Each Place

As we end our sailing with Holland America Line for Oprah’s Year Of Adventure Cruise, it is time to look back on the 7-day voyage, photo by photo.  Here, a collection of my favorite photos from memorable places and events Read More …

The World’s Largest Cruise Ships [INFOGRAPHIC]

It was just over a year ago that Royal Caribbean launched Harmony of the Seas from the port of Southampton after being constructed by 2,500 workers for just under $1 billion. If that sound like a lot, it’s really not. Read More …