Tweet (10:30 a.m. EDT) -- The winners of Cruise Critic U.K.'s second annual Editors' Picks Awards have been chosen, with the best in British cruise travel given their due in categories from "Best New Ship of 2010" to "Best Pub at Sea." In addition, a special commendation has been bestowed upon Her Majesty the Queen.
2010's 20 winners were selected by an international panel of cruise journalists with thousands of collective days spent at sea, led by Carolyn Spencer Brown, editor in chief of Cruise Critic U.K.. Honors range from the big-ticket, including "U.K.'s Best Port of Call," "Best for First-Timers" and "Best Entertainment," to the academic-minded "Best Lectures at Sea" and Best for Acquiring a New Skill."
"It's been an exceptional year for the British cruise industry," said Brown. "Growth continues unabated in the face of cutbacks almost everywhere else with the cruise choice, quality and value for money available to British travellers better than ever. There is excellence throughout the British cruise industry and selecting the best of the best has been very difficult this year."
Curious about which line earned the nod for "Best Budget-Friendly Cruises" or which ship has the best venue to grab a pint? Click here to start the slideshow.
--by Dan Askin, Associate Editor
Best in Cruise: Cruise Critic U.K. Names 2010 Editors' Picks Award Winners
November 9, 2010