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Cruise Supplies: The Longest Shopping List in Australia
A cruise shopping list is very long and unpredictable. Just ask Jeremy Goodman, P&O Cruises' Director of Supply Chain, who oversees the supplies for local P&O, Carnival Cruise Line, Princess Cruises, Holland America Line, Cunard and Seabourn ships. From working on product development to ensuring there is always enough toilet paper onboard, there is no task too big or too small for Goodman and his hard-working team. We asked him what it’s like managing one of the world’s longest shopping lists.
Cruise Your Way Into the Travelers' Century Club
Obsessed with "country counting," the practice of tabulating your travels to see how many places you've been? Take it to another level by cruising your way into the Travelers' Century Club. The Travelers' Century Club is a real organization, with local member chapters, social gatherings and a website with a member forum. Founded in 1954 -- when "overseas leisure travel was still a rarity" -- TCC has a list of 325 territories (the world's 195 sovereign countries plus additional territories and islands) that would-be members check off, bucket-list style. Once you hit 100, you're in. Whether you actually want to be a club member or are just trying to see as much of the world as possible, we think reaching 100 countries on the Travelers' Century Club list is a milestone worth celebrating -- and why not do it all by cruise? Here are our continent-by-continent tips on how to get there, both by maximizing itineraries that get you lots of countries in one trip and by highlighting places you might not have known you could cruise to.