From the Galapagos Islands and Amazon River to the Seychelles and African plains, member Mary Denis and her husband have fascinating stories from their expedition cruising adventures. And after a recent cruise aboard Hurtigruten Fram, Antarctica has become one of her favorites.
While Cruise Critic editors welcomed Norwegian Getaway prior to and upon its arrival in Miami, member Uncle Bernie also was there, getting a taste of the line’s newest ship. Although it was only a one-night sailing, he made the most of his time at the vibrant christening celebration, where he had 12 hours to explore […]
Eleven days in Tahiti and the South Pacific is merely a dream for many. But to celebrate their 25th anniversary, member LarryFitz and his wife found a deal with Paul Gauguin Cruises they couldn’t pass up.
Every Wednesday, we’ll be taking you on a journey around the world to some of the most interesting places our members have trekked, swum or merely witnessed from afar while cruising. Whether these photos inspire you to plan a relaxing escape or walk on the wild side, we hope they ignite your senses and give […]
Dipping their toes in the Indian Ocean, hugging a Koala and catching a glimpse of the Southern Cross were just a few of member ScubaCruiser54 and his wife’s bucket list wishes. And the two couldn’t imagine a better way to fulfill them than on their 40th wedding anniversary, sailing through Australia and New Zealand with […]
It’s okay to splurge once in a blue moon, as long as you plan wisely. Member MrsB05 and her husband had been making arrangements up to a year and a half in advance to celebrate her milestone birthday on Serenade of the Seas. A luxurious two-night retreat in New Orleans’ French Quarter prior to disembarkation […]
After itching to try a river cruise for quite some time, member phoenix and his wife decided to take the plunge. Extensive research on Cruise Critic and TripAdvisor led them to AmaWaterways‘ AmaPrima, although with the ship being fairly new, insight and member reviews were limited..
You don’t have to be a dancer or a fan of the ABC show to fall in love with Holland America‘s new Dancing with the Stars: At Sea program — although, if you’re on any of the line’s themed cruises, you will most likely leave as one of them. The program, which launched February 2013, […]« go back — keep looking »