5 Reasons For Staying Onboard When The Cruise Ship Is In Port

There are many benefits when staying on the ship while at port and we’ll be giving 5 reasons why this is

How to Make Each Cruise A Unique Experience: Tips for Frequent Cruisers

Here are a few suggestions on how repeat cruisers can transform an otherwise ‘been-there-done-that’ trip to one that that still makes them giddy with excitement

Multi Million Cruise Facility Coming To Brisbane, Australia

Stage one approval has been given for a brand new cruise facility in Brisbane, Australia. The new facility would cost $100 Million and be located at the mouth of the Brisbane river in South-east Queensland.

Royal Caribbean To Build New Cruise Ship Pier On Taiwan Islands

The focus on expanding in Asia continues as Royal Caribbean signs a new deal to build a cruise ship pier in Taiwan. The new deal was signed yesterday with Taiwan International Ports Co. (TIPC). The investment from the cruise line is $33.3 Million for a pier that can cater for

Royal Caribbean To Invest Millions In New Cape Liberty Cruise Terminal

A new guests cruise terminal is to be developed ready for Quantum of the Seas and Anthem of the Seas. Royal Caribbean which is the worlds second largest cruise line has made an agreement with The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey to build the new terminal. The

Ways To Not Miss Your Cruise Ship Departure

It’s pretty common on cruise ships at just about every port of call! Passengers being late to get back on board or missing the ships departure all together.

Port of Miami Is Worlds Busiest With Over 4 Million Passengers

Yesterday it was announced that the Port of Miami is the busiest cruise port in the world in the last fiscal year which started in September 30 2012 to September 30 2013. The actual figure is 4,030,356 million passengers using the port to travel on cruise ships. [quote_box_left]“Last year marked our

Greatest Cruise Ship Arrival And Departure Views

We’ve put together a guide with some of the most amazing views from a cruise ship when arriving or departing from a port of call.