•Cruise Tips •Itineraries •Ports of Call
We love cruising…
we’d love to share our experiences with you in this guide to cruising. We enjoy the entertainment and the food and there always seems like there is something to do. It also gives us an opportunity to do nothing – we read and relax by the pool and just watch the ocean roll by. It takes us through a world of interesting places. We get to meet lots of people from all over along with friends that share our interests. We like it so much we have taken over fifty cruises – including a number of long cruises.
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We think we’ve learned a few things over the years and we’d like to share our tips, itineraries, and destinations, so take a look through the currently eight dozen articles listed below…
A few things we’ve learned over the past twenty years. Ideas for saving money when booking a cruise, making us of loyalty programs and more. If you are new to cruising and are ready to book a cruise we got some advice that could help…
The age of the old ocean liners was marked by trans-Atlantics, Mediterranean and round the world cruises and were mainly for the very wealthy. Some twenty to thirty years ago cruising came into a new age as first-time cruisers selected the Caribbean, Hawaii and Alaska for their cruising vacations. As those cruisers returned, the industry enticed new customers with bigger and grander ships. Now to keep everyone coming back the industry is looking for new destinations. Australia, the South China Sea, South America and Antarctica to name a few.Every cruise port is different. Some see a virtual parade of cruise ships each week and some rarely have one visit. Being informed about facilities and what’s near the port before you arrive can help you make a plan on how best to get around, what attractions to see and what to expect when disembarking. For warned is forearmed.
Repositioning Cruises Cruising The West Coast
New England Fall Cruises Mediterranean Cruises
Cruise Ports of Call
We’ve visited over a hundred cruise ports of call. Here we offer our impressions and what we’ve learned about each. So far there are around fifty port articles and we are adding more as fast as we can. Please check back often or better yet become a subscriber and get a notice about each new article.
Every cruise port is different. Some see a virtual parade of cruise ships each week and some rarely have one visit. Being informed about facilities and what’s near the port before you arrive can help you make a plan on how best to get around. As you explore your itinerary choices, check here to learn what to expect in those ports of call. Do you tender or dock, are there terminals or is it a working port? How far to town from the cruise dock? What does the port have to offer.
THE US & NORTH AMERICA
CENTRAL & SOUTH AMERICA
ISLANDS NEAR & FAR
Kings Wharf Bermuda Azores