Each week, we choose five cruise reviews written by our members, and showcase one as the Member Review of the Week. In the spotlight this week is Cruise Critic member bottomfeeder‘s recent cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Norwegian Getaway. Overall Impression: The timing couldn’t have been more perfect: It was bottomfeeder’s birthday when she […]
They say age or glasses of wine should never be counted. I’m adding ‘favorite cruise foods’ to that list. Between the main dining room, buffet, complimentary eateries and for-fee specialty restaurants, the meal options on cruise ships are endless (not to mention, all the local fare in port). Even if you’re not a foodie, everyone […]
Durable hiking shoes: Check. Water-resistant clothing: Check. Adventurous spirit: Check. These are only a few requirements for an expedition cruise. Sounds pretty intense, huh? You might be surprised. Many cruisers (including first-timers) are under the impression that expedition cruising is solely a whirlwind of an adventure, trekking up steep terrains, kayaking through narrow waterways and […]
Each week, we choose five cruise reviews written by our members, one of which is showcased as the Member Review of the Week. In the spotlight this week is Cruise Critic member akacake‘ recent cruise to Alaska aboard Holland America’s Zaandam. Overall Impression: Pacific Northwest natives akacake and her husband were excited to escape the […]
Each week, we choose five cruise reviews written by our members, one of which is showcased as the Member Review of the Week. In the spotlight this week is Cruise Critic member cricketts‘ recent cruise to the Western Caribbean aboard Royal Caribbean’s Navigator of the Seas. Overall Impression: Navigator of the Seas felt like the […]
The itinerary – which included first-time visits to Gibraltar, Sardinia, Sicily and Naples – first drew history buff and Cruise Critic member teecee60 to his transatlantic cruise aboard Celebrity Silhouette. A Celebrity regular, he was also looking forward to his first sailing as an Elite member.
“For my wife and myself, Crystal Cruises is similar to a fine wine that keeps getting better and better with each passing year,” Cruise Critic member Keith1010 proclaimed, following his 120-plus-day journey aboard Crystal Serenity. From chilly January to balmy May, Keith1010 and his wife called the 68,000-ton, 1,070-passenger ship home.
Seven nights of serenity, smiles and reminiscing made up z51red and his wife’s first cruise aboard Disney Fantasy. Many people tend to pin Disney as appealing primarly to kids, but for these 60-somethings, the ship had just the right balance of fun for everyone.« go back — keep looking »