New River Cruise Travel Insurance Covers Low, High Water

It’s one of the unexpected parts of a river cruise: itineraries are actually much more detailed than advertised. This is commonly a good thing.  Experiencing more than they bargained for, river cruise travelers are happy.  Until they don’t.  When low Read More …

The Interesting Success Of Viking Cruises At Twenty Years

This year marks the 20th anniversary of Viking Cruises, parent to Viking River Cruises and Viking Ocean Cruises.  Beginning in 1997, the carefully-planned growth of Viking River Cruises has made the fleet of Viking Longships the largest in the world.  Rightfully Read More …

Reviewing Relevant River Cruise Travel Apps

Before any major trip, it is a good idea to consider the travel apps we might bring along for the ride.  If it has been a while since your last dance, new apps might be available.  Specific destinations, travel mode, safekeeping Read More …

First Time River Cruise Questions Answered, Verbally

European river cruising remains a hot topic with experienced cruise travelers, especially those who have not done one yet.  Rightfully so, the rivers of Europe connect a shared history and culture that goes back hundreds of years. Cities along those waterways have Read More …

The New Mexico Port You Never Heard Of

Familiar cruise destinations in Mexico include Cozumel, Mazatlan, Puerto Vallarta, Cabo San Lucas and Costa Maya.  Acapulco?  Not so popular as Holland America Line skips the resort city, sailing to other destinations in the country “due to recent security concerns.” Read More …