This contest is now closed. Please check here for the winner — and the name of the mystery meat pictured above. Most of the time, perusing cruise food photos incites lots of mouthwatering and tummy grumbling, but every once in a while we come across a photo that leaves us a little green in the [...]
This contest is now closed. We’ll announce the winner as soon as we hear back from the lucky reader. There’s nothing like a hot cup of fresh java in the morning. But it can be a challenge to find a quality cup on a cruise (trust us), as onboard options are limited and you can’t [...]
The contest is now over. Sharon B., who correctly guessed “Norwegian Epic,” has been selected as the winner. Cruisers sometimes hide out on their cabin’s balconies for some “me time.” Cruise Critic member Coleecove, aka photographer Victor P Jackson, caught this Solo Sally aboard this ship in July 2010 at nearly high noon. Name the [...]
As far as fevers go, “new cruise ship fever” tops the list. But according to our new-build order chart, it’ll be March 2012 before the next vessel, Viking Freya, debuts. That’s a long time. Still, we thought a little giveaway might help everyone get over the lack of smashed Champagne bottles and pseudo-celebrity godmothers. We’ve [...]
And now the announcement we’ve all been waiting for….
Why, David Pelfrey, you wascally wabbit. The Amherst, Virginia, native has taken the top prize (a big ol’ bag of swag) in our lastest caption contest. Pelfrey’s entry garnered a little more than a third of your votes, heads and (rabbit) tails above the other four finalists, selected from 130 entries. Pelfrey tells us he [...]
Stare at this picture, taken by Cruise Critic member USTWORCREW of his wife in Cozumel. Now come up with something funny! Your witticism could win you bag of swag hand-selected by Cruise Critic editors. Here’s how the contest works: 1. Enter. E-mail (do not post in the comments) your caption of 40 words or less [...]
Some of us are too proud to admit the child-like glee we feel upon discovering a white shark wearing our sunglasses. I’m talking, of course, about towel animals, those twisted creations that materialize magically in the cabin after evening turn-down. The Web is littered with photos of towel monkeys on toilets or body-bandaged men in [...]« go back — keep looking »