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Do You Get a Better Deal by Waiting?

Advantages of Early Booking If you have been cruising for a long time, you probably don’t need to read this article. You've been booking your cruises well in advance – most of the time – so chances are, you are not going to change. But come-lately cruisers or those new cruisers accustomed to all inclusive [...]

Do You Get a Better Deal by Waiting?2016-12-28T23:41:19+00:00

An Escorted Cruise

Why Escorted Cruises are Added Value If you are thinking an escorted cruise is anything like an escorted land tour, please think again. Escorted cruises give you the best of both worlds – independence but assistance when or if you need it. Here are eight advantages of an escorted cruise: • For the first timer or [...]

An Escorted Cruise2016-12-28T23:41:27+00:00

Valparaiso – “Little San Francisco”

South American Major Cruise Port   Valparaiso Chile is that long, skinny country  on the Pacific side of South America extending from Cape Horn at its southern tip to Bolivia and Peru in its north. Halfway along this stretch is the harbour of Valparaiso, today as it was centuries ago, a port of [...]

Valparaiso – “Little San Francisco”2016-12-28T23:41:30+00:00


An Open Air Museum Did you know that to see the largest collection of Roman ruins in the eastern Mediterranean you need to visit what was at one time referred to as Asia Minor? This would be the ruins of the once mighty city and seaport, of Ephesus in Turkey. City of Ephesus [...]


The Jewel of the Philippines

Boracay For a tiny island perched off the northwest corner of a larger island, Panay, which lies off the coast of the Philippines, Boracay's fame as a beach tourist resort and for its unspoiled tranquillity is probably the highest per square foot in the world. It wasn't always this way. Boats On Beach When the [...]

The Jewel of the Philippines2016-12-28T23:41:41+00:00

The Eternal Struggle of the Cruiser

or How NOT to Gain Weight on a Cruise We've all heard the standard cruise joke: " People go on a cruise as passengers but disembark as cargo". Cruise lines promote their cuisine, and so they should as it is designed by world famous chefs. We see it in promotional advertising, receive ship’s recipes by [...]

The Eternal Struggle of the Cruiser2016-12-28T23:41:42+00:00

Reposition Cruises

7 Top Reasons To Reposition Cruise Cruise lines have various itineraries that they offer throughout the year. What itinerary works for Alaska in the summer months obviously does not work in the dead of winter. So Spring and Fall, these cruise liners must shift to a more favourable climate. In order that they do not sail [...]

Reposition Cruises2016-12-28T23:41:44+00:00

The Fortress City

San Juan, Puerto Rico If you are cruising the southern Caribbean, chances are you may leave from this cruise port. No, it’s not in Florida, but on the island of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, a territory of, and protected by, United States. This cruise port is the city of San Juan, home to about [...]

The Fortress City2016-12-28T23:41:47+00:00

All That’s Sweet

 The Island of St.Kitts "Pass the sugar, please!" Years ago, the sugar used to sweeten your coffee, tea and baked goods could very well have come from the Caribbean, and specifically from a small volcanic island in the Leeward Islands called St.Kitts. Nowadays St Kitts with its capital town, Basseterre, is part of the federated [...]

All That’s Sweet2016-12-28T23:41:48+00:00

Jazz, Country or Rock ‘n’ Roll?

Themed Cruises When was the last time you vacationed in your favourite part of the world and saw a rock and roll singer or a country singer in concert? Or attended a Star Trek or Sci-Fi convention ? Or met a legend of baseball, your dream of a lifetime? Or took the time to improve [...]

Jazz, Country or Rock ‘n’ Roll?2016-12-28T23:41:49+00:00
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