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An increasingly popular cruising destination, is Southeast Asia. Cruise lines are becoming more adventurous and diverse with their offerings on their itineraries

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Bangkok

 

If it’s your first time visiting Southeast Asia, or perhaps you want visit the many delights and sights that Southeast Asia has to offer, then more often than not, a cruise is an excellent option. The most popular option is the Singapore to Hong Kong itinerary.

 

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Hong Kong Harbour

 

Singapore is an excellent embarkation destination, and is easily reached from major UK airports, either direct, or indirect. Singapore is a bustling and modern city that offers a vibrant and exciting insight to Southeast Asia, combining an exotic food scene with a vast array of shopping malls, to the smaller market stalls.

 

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Singapore City Skyline

 

The more classic cruising itineraries, include ports of call in Thailand, including the bustling Bangkok, or the beautiful island of Koh Samui. Itineraries will often head towards Vietnam, featuring ports of call such as Halong Bay, Da Nang, Nha Trang, and for Saigon, it’s Phy My.

 

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As you near to the end of your culture enriched Southeastern Asia itinerary, you will sail past the high rise buildings that line Hong Kong harbour

Other options include cruise itineraries that depart from Singapore and sail towards India, Sri Lanka, even as far as Australia!

 

Stay tuned for part 2 of my blog!

 

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Royal Caribbean New cruise program 2019-2020:

Quantum class ship for the 1st time in Alaska.

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Ovation of the seas will finish her Asia Pacific cruises and move over to Alaska offering 7 night cruises from Seattle and Joining her will be the Radiance of the seas sailing out of  Seward, Alaska, and Vancouver so an option to board in the port of your choice disembark from another. So Again another frontier opened up for you and Royal.

romeNew European options: 

Oasis of the seas  new to Europe for 2019  7 night options. 

You will have the opportunity to visit a wide range of different ports from the new program with the likes of  Visby, Sweden, Zadar, Croatia, Portofino  Italy: 

 The Oasis of the seas will be doing a 7 nights round trip from Barcelona taking in the western Mediterranean.

Something for all the family.

 New Caribbean options: 

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Central Park Neighbourhood on board Oasis Class Ships

Oasis Ships:

Harmony, Allure, Oasis, Symphony.

All of the above ships are going to be based in Florida for the 2019-20 season offering eastern & western Caribbean itineraries.

The Oasis of the seas will go in for a Multi-Million make over before relaunch for the Port of Miami sailings for the 2019-20 cruising program.

The new ship Symphony of the seas will re-position back the Miami after the European program has end in fall of 2018 and will be in all year round.

Royal Caribbean will have a lot more option sailing from Galveston Texas, San Juan, Bermuda & Bahamas , Bayonne, and also Boston. 

Mini Cruises in the Caribbean 2- 4 Nights: 

Navigator of the seas & Mariner of the seas:

Mariner has been in the Asia region for a few years and  will be back in the Home port of Miami for the Mini cruise options to Port Canaveral with her sister ship Navigator pf the seas

will be in the home port of Miami throughout the Summer season 2018.

New England Summer & fall:

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  Last but not least the Anthem of the seas offering a 10-11 nights options to Canada & new England with its foliage and beautiful scenery changing before your very eyes:

7 nights you also can choose to sail from Boston on the Serenade of the seas:  

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The Western Mediterranean is considered to be one of the most diverse and unique cruising regions, spreading over two continents (Europe and Africa), this area boasts the artistic beauties of Italy, France and Spain whilst combining the Arabic culture in areas such as Morocco and Tunisia. These particular  itineraries are perfect for those interested in art and history, who also like to combine and  experience the areas most popular landmarks,  stunning beaches, cafes bars, boutique shops and traditional markets. Highlights include, the famous Las Ramblas, Barcelona, the cosmopolitan and thriving hub of this fantastic city. A visit to Capri, is a must from Sorrento or Naples

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Barcelona, Spain is the capital of Spain’s Catalonia area, and is considered to be one of Spain’s, or even Europe’s, most cosmopolitan and beautiful cities. Examples of this, is the incredible architecture, where the modern art, combines with the dark, yet equally beautiful gothic era, with Barcelona’s very own architect, Antoni Gaudi, examples of his works are infused within the city, one of the most famous of his works, the Sagrada Familia, is an absolute must see, for any visitor. Barcelona boasts a vibrant and beautiful old town, which is the heart of this cosmopolitan city. This area is home to many museums, cafes and bars, teamed with boutiques and shops. The famous Las Ramblas, runs through the heart of Barcelona, and is fringed with shops, restaurants, bars and is also home to the beautiful, historic opera house. Barcelona has many side streets, and historic squares that offer the chance to experience true Spanish tapas, washed down with a famous Spanish drink, sangria. Barcelona, is a major departure port for many cruise lines, and is quite often featured on many itineraries, with many passengers choosing to extend their holiday, by adding on a hotel stay, either before or after their cruise

 

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Las Ramblas, Barcelona

 

 

Rome, Italy is dubbed as Italy’s la dolce vita. The port of Civitavecchia, is around an hour’s train journey away from the centre of Rome, the train service operates directly from Civitavecchia. Highlights of this great city, include the Vatican, which is home to St. Peter’s Square and St. Pater’s Basilica. Step back in time, to the time of the Roman’s, and visit the world famous Colosseum. Other highlights of Rome, include the romantic Trevi Fountain, and the well known, Spanish Steps

 

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St. Peters Square – Vatican City

 

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Sorrento and Naples, Italy. Highlights from Sorrento or Naples include the world famous archaeological site of Pompeii, in the Campania area of Italy, which was buried under ash after Mount Vesuvius erupted in 79 A.D. The beautiful Amalfi Coast is within easy driving distance, along the coastal roads, leading to Ravello and Positano, and the island of Capri is easily reached, where stunning coastline combines with lush green gardens

 

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Pompeii

 

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The Amalfi Drive

Stay tuned for part 2 of my blog!

 

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Many people ask if its worth purchasing a drinks package to make your cruise all inclusive, I personally can whole heartedly say yes, even if you aren’t a big alcohol drinker, many include an array of soft drinks too and one of the best value at sea is with MSC cruise lines

The advantage of adding an all inclusive package before you travel, is you can have a cheeky glass of sparkling wine once boarded to celebrate your holiday. That may be just me but to me the main thing is that it does work out better value overall, if you were to buy on a drink by drink basis any cruise line will automatically charge a 15-18% gratuity onto the cost of any drink, so for example if your wine is 4.50 euros, this is more like 5 euros, if your cocktail is 7 euros this is actually 8 euros. Once you have bought a couple of soft drinks and water during the day, a glass or 2 of wine with dinner and maybe a night cap this is all it takes to make your drinks package work for you

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MSC offer 3 different packages that can be added to your cruise

Option 1 – Cheers all inclusive package from £11p/p per day

This includes drinks at mealtimes only, including a selection of wine, beer and soft drinks in the buffet and main restaurants. This suits people who like a glass of wine with their meals only

Option 2 – Restaurant and Bar drinks package from £18p/p per day

This is a fantastic value all inclusive package and the most popular, including selected drinks in all restaurants and bars, including beer, wine, spirits, cocktails and soft drinks. All drinks are branded however it doesn’t include premium brands.

Option 3 – Deluxe all inclusive package from £35p/p per day

This is a fully comprehensive all inclusive including unlimited spirits including premium brands, liqueur, aperitifs, classic and Premium cocktails, wide selection of wines by the glass, draught and bottled beer, non-alcoholic cocktails, soft drinks, juices, premium mineral water, energy drinks, espresso and cappuccino, drinks from the theme bar menus, minibar, and drinks and food from room service menu

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The prices do vary on the length of your cruise but offer fantastic value and means you don’t have to worry about a surprise bill at the end of your cruise, plus if you’ve always fancied trying a new drink or cocktail that you have always wanted but maybe a bit wary, you can without worrying about the cost, you never know you may discover something really special

These drinks packages can be added on to your cruise before travel and just paid for with your final bill, so if you already have a cruise booked with us or are thinking about making a booking, consider these options before you board. The money you save could pay for that excursion or treat in the spa

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western med 6Short duration cruises of less than seven nights, are the perfect long weekend breaks, and in the past Costa Cruises has been the leader for short duration cruises, with some itineraries ranging from three to five nights, embarking in either Barcelona or Genoa, and calling into ports such as Marseilles, Corsica and Majorca, to name a few. As these durations are becoming increasingly popular, cruise lines such as MSC, Royal Caribbean, Azamara and Oceania have a handful of four and five night duration sailings, the amount of time in port is less than longer duration sailings, however there may only be one day at sea, or none at all.

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The more popular Western Mediterranean itineraries are generally durations between seven to twelve nights, and depart from ports such as Barcelona, Rome and Marseilles, and guests can expect to visit the well known ports whilst enjoying some leisurely days at sea in between. Itineraries such as these, can include porting in the Canary Islands, Tunisia and Morocco

A perfect way to cruise the Western Mediterranean region, without the hassle of flying and checking in at airports, is to sail out directly from a UK port, such as the well known Southampton, with Harwich and Dover also being popular embarkation ports. Although this is a great option, not only for ease, but for an unlimited luggage allowance, there is of course a downfall, and this is the famous Bay of Biscay, which can either be a smooth sailing experience, or can be an extremely rocky sailing experience!

A cost effective way to cruise, is by sailing on a repositioning cruise, these cruises generally sail from the Mediterranean, over to the Caribbean, or from the Caribbean over to the Mediterranean. These itineraries can usually be found in April, May, September, October and into early November. These itineraries usually embark in Barcelona or Rome, and call into various Western Mediterranean ports, the Canary Islands and Morocco, before heading to the Caribbean

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Visit two islands with one port of call when your next cruise docks in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.

Being the most southern islands in the Caribbean, the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago lies just 6 miles off of the North-East coast of Venezuela, South America.

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Parlatuvier Bay, Tobago

They have two seasons each year: Dry Season, which is the first five months of the year, with the Wet Season being the remaining seven months of the year.

The two ports which are open to cruise ships are; Port of Spain in Trinidad and Port of Scarborough in Tobago.  Being just a twenty minute ferry ride apart, you can plan your visit to whichever of the Twin islands quite easily, due to the very frequent ferries that operate each day. The cost is also very minimal, at just £6 per adult, each way.

Having visited Tobago myself, it is a haven for beach lovers. They offer stunning, relaxing beaches with local crafts and food for sale. They have small markets close to beaches giving you the option to browse for souvenirs at your own freewill. Be sure to try the fruit here, its cheap and so fresh! Just what you need on a hot summers day in the Caribbean.

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Cumana Bay, Trinidad

Trinidad is of course renowned for their Carnival which is one of THE most attended carnivals in the world, taking place February each year. Here you can witness the most Extravagant-barely there costumes, vibrant colours, dancing, music, food and some of the most beautiful women on the island. Known as “The Original Carnival” it is certainly something to witness if you are sailing here when it is on.

So if you are sailing into one of the beautiful twin islands of Trinidad & Tobago on your next cruise, and you want to see the sister island, take a ferry and explore! Be sure to check your “All Aboard” time, you don’t want to miss the boat!

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Istanbul, Turkey . The only city in the world that covers two continents, Istanbul is a city where East and West join, boasting stunning monumental churches and mosques. The Roman ruins of the Hippodrome, where in Roman times, horse and chariot races were held is combined with the modern Grand Bazaar, with its numerous shops and stalls. The majority of cruise lines tend to offer two day visits.

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The Grand Bazaar, Istanbul

Athens, Greece. Athens is the beautiful Grecian capital city which was once the heart of the world’s finest art and culture scene in the fourth and fifth centuries B.C., and much of its history is still evident and on display today. Famous monuments including the Acropolis, the temple of Athena and the Odeon of Herod Atticus, whilst another famous tourist site is the city’s National Archeological Museum

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Acropolis, Greece

Dubrovnik, Croatia. Dubrovnik is an ideal city for walking, and is rich in interesting history and culture, boasting monasteries, which are centuries old, stunning churches, and synagogues. The Old Town is a medieval walled city that is free of traffic, and you can even walk along the 1.3-mile stretch of wall which is around 80 feet above ground level, offering amazing views. Dubrovnik is rich with Renaissance churches and fountains, combined with its narrow cobbled streets, where you can engage in the shops, or enjoy a drink at one of the many alfresco cafes and bars

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Dubrovnik, Croatia

Jerusalem, Ashdod, Israel.  Ashdod is the gateway to visit Jerusalem and is just over an hour’s drive from the city, compared to Haifa which can take several hour’s. Visitors tend to have interest in the Western Wall, Via Dolorosa, the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, before heading to Bethlehem.

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Ashdod, Israel

Turkey. The famous Ephesus, is around nine miles away from town, visitors are transported back thousands of years to probably the best preserved ancient within the Eastern Mediterranean. Many believe that the Virgin Mary  visited the area between 37 and 45 A.D. There is a  two story library which was once home to thousands of scrolls, and the Terrace Houses have a stunning display of vibrant mosaics and coloured frescoes. The Temple of Artemis, is a famous site, which is where Alexander the Great visited during its construction in 334 B.C. and dubbed as one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Visitors can now visit the site, on various excursion options

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Kusadasi, Turkey

Mykonos, Greece. The rugged terrain of Mykonos is a mere 40 square miles and is dotted with  green bushes, granite stone buildings and architecture,  beautiful windmills and bright white washed buildings. Surrounded by beautiful beaches against the backdrop of the crystal clear blue sky.  The island itself has around twenty spots ideal for sunbathing and swimming. The island has a very cosmopolitan feel, and the island comes to life in the evening, and is said to be one of the best within Europe.

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Mykonos, Greece

Venice, Italy. One of the most stunning and romantically renowned city’s of the world. Boasting squares, such as Piazza San Marco, a must do when visiting Venice. The city of Venice is a maze of narrow canals and streets, which stretch over 100 islands.

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Venice, Italy

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The majority of itineraries include a combination of culture, history and beautiful beaches, therefore appealing to a wide variety of cruisers. A selection of cruise lines offer itineraries which focus purely on history and culture, incorporating ports such as Venice, Athens, Katakolon for Olympia, Istanbul, Dubrovnik for Croatia, and as far down to the Israeli ports including Haifa and the closest to Jerusalem, Ashdod.

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Dalmatian Coast & The Adriatic Sea: Usually embarking the ship in Venice, an Adriatic cruise tends to always stop in Dubrovnik, incorporating calls to the Italian port towns of Ravenna and Bari, or sometimes even the more unusual Eastern Mediterranean ports such as Kotor, for Montenegro. A shorter itinerary of these cruises sail back to Venice, whilst the longer itineraries either continue to sail to Greece and Turkey, with Greek highlights such as Katakolon, the birthplace of the Olympic Games or sail around the coast of Italy, with stops in Naples or Sicily before disembarking in ports such as Rome, Marseilles for France or Barcelona.

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The Black Sea: Usually these itineraries depart from either Istanbul for Turkey or Athens for Greece. A cruise around the Black Sea has a combination of stops along the Turkish coast with stops to Crimea for Yalta and Odessa and Russia. There maybe occasional, stops in Romania and Bulgaria.

 

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The Black Sea

The Greek Isles: A great way to visit the Greek Islands is from a cruise. Usually cruises embark from either Athens or Istanbul, and the majority of  Greek Island itineraries stop in the major ports, such as beautiful Santorini, and the stunning islands of Mykonos and Corfu. Kusadasi, for Turkey, is home of the ancient city of Ephesus, which is usually included within the itinerary.

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 The Holy Land: The Eastern Mediterranean itineraries sail down into Israel to make stops at Ashdod, the closest port to Jerusalem or Haifa to Jerusalem. In the past, these itineraries tended to make stops in Alexandria, for Egypt, however with uncertainty within the country, travel has been restricted in recent years. The Cypriot ports, both Limassol and Paphos are also popular, with embarkation usually in Athens or Istanbul

 

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Old Jerusalem

Stay tuned for part 3 of my blog – Port Highlights of the Eastern Mediterranean

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As an overall cruising region, the Eastern Mediterranean incorporates a wide selection of areas  including the Adriatic coast of Italy and Croatia, the Greek Islands,  Istanbul and Kusadasi for Turkey, and the Black Sea, which includes ports in Turkey, the Ukraine, and Russia. A selection of itineraries visit the Holy Land, with stops including Cyprus, Israel and subject to foreign office advice, Eqypt

The area is becoming increasingly one of the most popular areas within Europe to take a cruise. Combined with ancient history, it’s picturesque villages, and golden beaches, this area offers a truly laid back feel.

 

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Many of the Eastern Mediterranean itineraries begin from, and take in ports of call such as the city of Athens, Greece (Port of Piraeus) Venice for Italy and Istanbul, Turkey. Some cruise lines also offer a combination of both the Western Mediterranean and Eastern Mediterranean, and may begin in, or end in ports such as Civitavecchia for Rome, Barcelona for Spain.

A popular time to cruise around the Eastern Mediterranean ranges from spring time, March / April through to September / October. As anticipated, summer is the peak season, and has the largest number of sailings and passengers, pricing is also generally much higher within the summer months, with very hot and humid temperatures

Generally, cruising around the Mediterranean has is becoming increasingly popular, with cruise lines such as MSC and Costa Cruises offering itineraries within the winter months, as sunny skies, and moderate temperatures typically between 50s to 70s. Cruise lines tend to offer longer cruise itineraries, combined with lower pricing and excellent value for money

The majority of itineraries include a combination of culture, history and beautiful beaches, therefore appealing to a wide variety of cruisers. A selection of cruise lines offer itineraries which focus purely on history and culture, incorporating ports such as Venice, Athens, Katakolon for Olympia, Istanbul, Dubrovnik for Croatia, and as far down to the Israeli ports including Haifa and the closest to Jerusalem, Ashdod.

Stay tuned for part 2 of my blog – Eastern Mediterranean Itineraries!

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Ultra-Luxury Six Star Cruise Line, Silversea, announce refurbishment plans for the Silver Whisper and the Silver Wind.

As a part of the “Elegant fleet-wide refurbishment” program, which was launched by the luxury cruise line back at the end of 2016, The two ships will undergo a concrete refurbishment which will be completed by December 2017. Just in time for Christmas sailings!

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The Silver Whisper is said to be scheduled for Technical refurbishments which will hopefully increase the already exceptional level of guest satisfaction on board. Public areas on board Silver Whisper are due to have a major redesign, taking some Inspiration from the newest luxury ship part of the Silversea fleet; Silver Muse, which was launched just this year. Carpet replacements and Upgrades for Panorama Lounge, La Terrazza and Observation Lounge are also on the To-Do list.

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The Silver Wind will also take inspiration from the new Silver Muse and will be upgraded in a similar format to the Silver Whisper. Reupholstering of chairs, stylish enhancements and new carpets for the casino are on the agenda. Based on the concepts of Silver Muse, the Spa and Beauty salon on board will receive a new floor upgrade.

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CEO of Silversea, Roberto Martinoli described the arrival of the Silver Muse as an “Inspirational Milestone” for the brand. The Luxury Cruise Line are hoping the makeover of the Silver Whisper and Silver Wind will be appreciated by guests on board and will also enhance the on board experience of guests sailing with them.

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