I feel the ship rocking in the top-deck Palm Court, but I am “breathing, relaxing and feeling the floor” and, amazingly, remain sure-footed despite the swell. I’m learning a movement called “Pay respect to Buddha” in my first ever Tai Chi class in a luxurious observation lounge on Crystal Symphony.
It’s no secret Australians like to imbibe. Celebrity Cruise Lines, though, recently discovered that our thirst for the grape can be quite staggering. On the recent Celebrity Solstice re-positioning cruise from Barcelona to Sydney, where the ship was to take up a summer seasonal deployment in Australia, the ship ran out of sauvignon blanc. It [...]
This year, more than ever, Cruise Critic is keeping an eye on changes in cruising that affect our increasingly devoted Australia- and New Zealand-based members. Carnival is the first North American-based line this year to create some excitement in the world’s top-two countries when it comes to massive growth in interest in this kind of [...]