Welcome to Cabin Week! Every day this week, we’ll be highlighting our cabin-themed content, giving you great tips on everything from choosing the right cabin to getting upgrades and making a small stateroom feel more homey. Look for new blogs every day on the Lido Deck, as well as our best advice in our Ultimate […]
In the world of modern-day cruising, ships have become so large they’re often destinations in themselves. But there’s still something to be said for the places your ship will take you. That’s why we here at Cruise Critic have been mulling over what we think will be the top destinations to visit in 2013. After […]
As 2012 winds down, we here at the Cruise Critic offices are looking to 2013 and wondering which of the upcoming new ships have you flat-out fidgeting with curiosity. There are tons of river ships launching, in addition to larger vessels like Royal Princess, Norwegian Breakaway and MSC Preziosa, among others.
As the late-fall chill sets in, it’s gotten the folks here at Cruise Critic thinking about voyages to warmer climes. But that doesn’t mean cold-weather sailings don’t have merit. It had us wondering which season is best for setting sail.
The holidays are quickly approaching, and naturally, we here at Cruise Critic happen to think the best gift ever would be a shiny, new cruise — with a big, red bow, of course. So, we wondered just how many of you would give someone else a cruise as present.
If you’re reading this, it probably means you’ve got lots to be thankful for. (After all, between cruising and the Internet, what else could you possibly need?) In the spirit of Thanksgiving, we wanted to know which holiday food you’d like to gobble up on cruises every day of the year. So, we asked….
Whether you’re dealing with novice cruisers or seasoned seadogs, there’s one experience all cruisers share: they’ve all got a “my first cruise” memory. So, in the interest of bringing folks together, we wanted to know who accompanied you (or whom you accompanied) on your very first sailing.
Cruise ship passengers get a lot of flak from the general public — and even from other cruisers — for their onboard behavior. But if you’re not breaking cruise line rules or causing bodily or psychological harm to anyone else, why not get a little crazy on your vacation? If anyone gives you lip about […]« go back — keep looking »