A bold and decisive move from Princess in response to Corona Virus

BREAKING….Princess have made a very brave move suspended all all their cruises for 60 days.It’s a bold and impressive move in an attempt to retain confidence in their brand in a cruising generally. I have to admit I’m very impressed with their decision although heartbroken that they’ve had to make it! They’ve been at theContinue reading “A bold and decisive move from Princess in response to Corona Virus”

I’m in the Red Corner

Sir Richard Branson has spent the last 50 years shaking up the recording, aviation and holiday industries and has now turned his attention to Cruise World. One thing common to all his businesses is the way he treats his staff – Sir Richard is quoted as saying “Clients don’t come first. Employees come first. IfContinue reading “I’m in the Red Corner”

Travel Thursday – using ‘The Cruise Planner’

One of the crucial elements of a cruise is good preparation – it’s important not to underestimate the amount of background work that needs doing beforehand. Thiats why we wrote the Cruise Planner – it’s a great way to keep all your information to hand. It shows you what still needs to be done and keeps everything neatly in one place.

World Whale Day – could you be a Marine Mammal Surveyor?

On World Whale Day I just wanted to pay tribute to ORCA the U.K. whale Conservation and Education Charity & tell you about an exciting way that you can help their conservation work by becoming a Marine Mammal Surveyor.ORCA run one day training courses that teach people, with no previous knowledge, how to actively participateContinue reading “World Whale Day – could you be a Marine Mammal Surveyor?”

How environmentally friendly is cruising?

I have enjoyed cruising all over the world for the last twenty years or so and, although I occasionally hear an ill informed comment about it being a snobbish and elitist holiday choice, most people seem quite interested in cruise and cruise ships – even if its not a holiday choice for them, they canContinue reading “How environmentally friendly is cruising?”

Volume

VOLUME
Just a small section of the incredible 8000 pipes being used in the construction of the organ of La Sagrada Familia, in favourite cruise port Barcelona – due for completion bu 2026: the centennial of Antonio Gaudí’s passing away. it will be awesome in the true sense when 8000 pipes fill this unique acoustic space with sound…