Cunard Orders New “Next Generation” Ship

Cunard Orders New “Next Generation” Ship

Cunard has today announced it is adding a fourth ship to its fleet for a 2022 delivery. The ship will have capacity for 3,000 passengers at 113,000 tons and be built by Fincantieri. The as yet unnamed ship will join Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth as...

Eagle Creek Packing System Review

Eagle Creek Packing System Review

Packing is one of those tasks you either love and hate. For us, we love it as it has a direct relationship with an upcoming travel adventure or even better - a cruise. Over the years we have developed a technique for packing and it works like this - Anita does hers...

A Guide to Themed Luxury Cruises

A Guide to Themed Luxury Cruises

What is a Themed Cruise? As cruising becomes ever more popular, cruise lines are now having to differentiate themselves away from just offering the best itineraries or service.  These are a now a given. Themed Luxury Cruises are a great way to really focus on...

Berlitz Guide – The Ultimate Guide to Cruising 2017

Berlitz Guide – The Ultimate Guide to Cruising 2017

Introduction If you are passionate about cruising there is one book you simply must have. It is called the Brlitz Guide to Cruising and published every year. It is the reference book used by all of the best cruise travel agents as their bible - the holy grail of...

Seabourn Encore Christened in Singapore

Seabourn Encore Christened in Singapore

Singapore was the venue for the christening of the Seabourn Encore at a festive evening ceremony at the Marina Bay Cruise Terminal. International recording artist and best-selling soprano Sarah Brightman presided over the naming ceremony as godmother of the new 600...

Shopping with Celebrity Chefs on a Cruise

Shopping with Celebrity Chefs on a Cruise

Some people thought that Seabourn were taking a big gamble with their very first "Food & Wine" Cruise.  Not so - it paid off handsomely! Voyages late in the season in the Mediterranean are notoriously difficult to fill and the trip from Monte Carlo to Rome could...

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