Not long ago, Royal Caribbean International unveiled details on their new Quantum-class cruise ships, what look to be yet another unique class of vessels with new features not seen before on other lines. Starting today, we get deeper into new Quantum of the Seas, the first of two ships from
When Carnival Sunshine debuts May 5, on board will be all elements of Carnival’s FunShip 2.0 initiative including Guy’s Burger Joint from Food Network personality Guy Fieri, the BlueIguana Cantina, Fahrenheit 555 steakhouse, Cucina del Capitano family-style Italian restaurant, and the 24-hour Pizzeria del Capitano, complementing the expansive Lido Marketplace
Royal Caribbean‘s Enchantment of the Seas arrived today in Port Canaveral, Florida to sail year-round three-, four- and five-night sailings, replacing aging Monarch of the Seas and bringing a host of new onboard options to cruise travelers. For those not familiar with Enchantment of the Seas, this is the ship
Crystal Cruises is celebrating cuisine in Europe this year, hosting more than 60 shore excursions that offer an ultra-local taste of the rich culinary regions in which Crystal Serenity and Crystal Symphony are sailing. How about hands-on cooking classes, multi-course meals, comestible history lessons or food sourcing for off-ship topics?
Crystal Cruises will jump on the no smoking bandwagon, eliminating smoking in all indoor areas except for its Connoisseur Club smoking lounge starting in 2014. “We have received considerable feedback and we listened. Our policies have evolved as lifestyles have changed,” says Gregg Michel, Crystal Cruises’ president. “The majority of
Royal Caribbean made big news last week, unveiling Quantum of the Seas, the latest new build, under construction right now along with sister-ship Anthem of the Seas, both ground-breaking vessels with something for everyone. But the older ships from Royal Caribbean are something to consider too. Normally priced lower and