Now I understand why “loyal Royals” who gravitate toward the line’s intimate Vision Class don’t consider it a typical smaller ship. Aside from the fact that my one-night cruise aboard Vision of the Seas — which recently received its Oasis Class makeover — felt more like a three-nighter (so much to do, so little time!), [...]
As I sailed away from Miami on Disney Magic last weekend — the first cruise since the ship had been refurbished with new features like the monster AquaDunk slide (a more thrilling version of the AquaDuck found on Dream and Fantasy) and kids’ clubs — I hit the ground running. Even though my voyage was [...]
Cruise Critic just got off a one-night preview sailing of Royal Caribbean International‘s Grandeur of the Seas, returning to service for the first time since a May 27 fire damaged the aft of the ship and sent it to dry dock for repairs. Grandeur of the Seas begins sailing full itineraries out of Baltimore on [...]
Steven Saltzman cruised with his daughter Cruise Critic News Editor Dori Saltzman alone for the first time in June. His experience is below. Read about cruising with your dad — a blog from Dori’s point of view. Having spent a delightful 12-day cruise with my adult daughter — the News Editor for Cruise Critic — [...]
Cruise Critic News Editor Dori Saltzman cruised alone with her father for the first time in June. Her experience is below. Read about cruising with your adult daughter — a blog from her father’s point of view. “My dad died when I was 14,” said Anita, one of my tablemates, after she learned I was [...]
Cruise ship cabin design seems to follow the rule that the newer and more luxurious the ship, the more complicated the cabin electronics. I’ve battled with silly showers and crazy curtains, nonfunctioning telephones and “smart” interactive TV systems with messages welcoming another passenger entirely. But I’ve never been defeated by the lighting system. Until now.
The following piece was written by Adam Coulter, Cruise Critic U.K.‘s editor. Cruise Critic is in Miami for the biggest year’s biggest on-land shindig about at-sea travel – Cruise Shipping Miami (CSM). It’s a four-day event featuring meetings, press conferences, panel discussions, a massive tradeshow, more meetings and — perhaps most interestingly — ship visits.
This one goes out to you ship lovers. We were recently onboard a ship and snapped a shot of its main dining room. Do you recognize it? Name that ship in the comments below by noon, Friday, March 8. We’ll randomly select a winner from the correct responses and mail off a prize from our [...]« go back — keep looking »