Posted by admin on Jan-15-2012
Cruise and stay holidays are becoming increasingly popular offering you the best of both cruising and experiencing a holiday destination. Many people are seeking out this option as it beats spending hours stuck at an airport, limited activities available on a plane and travelling between locations, probably inside a stuffy bus.
A cruise and stay holiday allows you to take the stress out of travelling between locations and arranging different travel arrangements, allowing you to start your holiday straight away when you step on board and not when you get to your location.
The wonderful thing about cruises is that your holiday starts as soon as you get on the ship: there’s no sitting around in departure lounges and on planes. Most big cities have a port somewhere nearby, and the chances are that there are cruises no longer than a few hours’ drive away from you. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by admin on Oct-7-2011
There are many vacation choices but for one with great options why not consider cruise travel. Read this cruise review to envision the cruise ship experience.
If you want to go on a vacation with great options, you might consider taking a cruise. If you’ve never been a cruise ship before and you’re not sure whether it would be perfect for you, read on. The cruise ship experience will be much clearer after you read this cruise review.
This article won’t be endorsing or promoting a particular cruise line, but will just give you some glimpses of what cruise lines are offering to cruise passengers. This includes cruise destinations, various ranges of prices and amenities available.
In some cases cruise lines will proved an option of a pre or post-cruise stay at a hotel in the town where you embark or disembark. This is especially beneficial when you travel great distances to board your cruise ship. By using this option it actually affords you the ability to add on an extra port to explore before your cruise ship experience is over. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by admin on Jul-6-2011
Perhaps you’ve saved every dime for this day and now it’s time to book that long awaited cruise vacation. Naturally, you’re a bit edgy because this is your first time. You’ve probably sought advice from peers and travel agents.
Seeking recommendation from friends and agents is a good idea, but this is only a starting point for your research. You can’t rely entirely on this information. Can you book until you’ve read or heard enough first hand experiences? Of course not! At this stage, you need to read the latest consumer reviews online for the vessel you’re planning to go with. Don’t get confused by the slew of contradictory remarks. Consider both the positive and the negative sides. This will help you in getting a better picture of the pros and cons, and aspects which you wouldn’t have ever known before experiencing on board.
Cruise deals are available in plenty and it doesn’t require much hard work to find one. Compare rates across different travel sites and shop around for a good price. Ideally, cruise rates on new vessels are always higher than older ones. If saving money gets on your agenda, you should be looking for older cruise ships. However, make sure that your expectations are realistic. If you scour the Internet, you’ll see that passenger complaints are the highest among these ships. There might be cramped fitness areas, or the cabins might need a re-paint. Read the rest of this entry »