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Cruise Ports

 

Dress code on board your cruise ship:

We all want to look our best ( not all time) so when we choose a cruise holiday the dress code is really not that complicated, its a holiday but feels like your still staying in a hotel. I love to dress up in the evening especially but its not always necessary when your going for your evening meal its part of my holiday.

So here are some does & dont’s whilst on your cruise holiday

 

 

Day time:

Some people dress up all the time even if they are just sitting around the pool drinking a pina-colada, reading there book, or just watching the world go by. Whilst you are relaxing by the pool in your  swim suits remember its better than the birthday suit save this for when your in the cabin. But then again be careful as you can get caught out. Naked sunbathing is not the done thing on board  most cruise lines are american and there rules do not permit nude or topless sunbathing.

Smart casual is all ways a good choice daytime or night time dependent on the days activities. So remember we come in all shapes and sizes and no one is the same.

 

Evening wear:

Cruising is for relaxing so you may want to just laze around in the pyjamas,dressing gown, ( even again naked but in the privacy of your cabin.) I am sure your fellow traveler on the cruise would not be expecting to see you in your night wear when going to a formal night on board the cruise, but this  has been know to happen that’s going to turn a few heads. There could be a themed celebratory pajamas party option but double check, so  Always be careful when dressing for dinner as there is always that one time when things can go wrong and your in that embarrassing situation and we have all had one.

So the moral of the story is always be prepared for the unexpected.

 

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       Norwegian Encore, Breakaway class ship:

Size 167.800 gross tonnage.

4000 guests:

The new ship will be innovative, luxurious decor and design freedom and flexibility throughout the ship:

Ncl have been Cruising now for over 50 years, so think they  will know what the customers expects from them.

The new ship will pair innovative design and modern luxurious decor with an array of options, so to allow guests the freedom and flexibility to enjoy their vacation at their own unique pace and style.

From October 2019 Ncl Encore will be operational from the Port of Miami down to the Caribbean 7 – nights sailings.

On board you will wowed with over a quarter mile oceanfront walkway which has shops, restaurants, and bars.

Accommodation on board: 

Haven Suite’s 

Mini Suite:

Balcony:

ocean views

     inside & single studio:

Dining on board:

Room Service

Your never going to be fare away from your dining experience on board the cruise ship with the main dining options, Buffet dining, casual cafe;s bars & grills.

There never will be a moment where you will be stuck for choice of menu and dining venue, freestyle dining gives this option. Fine Dining too will give you the chance to be gastro.

Every cruise fare includes beautifully crafted menus in our three main dining rooms, a help-yourself buffet and a variety of casual cafes, grills and on-the-go choices. From fresh-baked breads, desserts and pastries to our chefs’ original dishes made with the freshest ingredients, your dining can be as fine or fun as you want.

Norwegian Breakaway & Norwegian Getaway offers up to 29 unique dining experiences – more than any other cruise line.

Entertainment: 

Again the entertainment will be second to none.

Broadway shows:

Howl to the moon:

Rock of ages:

Cirque du soleil:

You will never be stuck for something to entertain you on board with all the different option to choose from, dueling piano’s. Circus, singers, magicians and lots more.

Interactive experience:

This is the way forward with cruise lines now offering you to be more hands on once on board. Exciting times coming for all areas of the new ship watch this space.  you will be able to book your cruise on the new ship from March 2018. So this ship will have some of the most innovative  experience for the new cruise ships and in future.

Activities on board:

There is something for everyone on board, so never a dull moment. If you get of in port or stay on board there will be plenty of opportunity to join in the many option’s offered to you whilst on your amazing cruise in the Caribbean.

Aqua Park:

This is for everyone.

On deck also there will be the fastest drop slide at sea, multistory water slides with 5 plunge pools.

Casino:

Try your luck.

Bliss lounge:

Dance the night away making friends along the way.

Relaxing:

While we all want to enjoy and join in there always is a point when we have to relax so the spa and thermal suite is the place to start. There will be lots of different option for you to choose from on board, massage, reflexology, Acupuncture,  Elemis spa ritual.

So why not check Ncl out on our website by clicking here or give us a call get your next adventure booked.

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Having just returned from a fabulous cruise around the Caribbean I really couldn’t recommend it enough as the perfect winter sun destination.

I sailed with Norwegian cruise lines with their relaxed atmosphere, free all inclusive and freestyle dining, however most cruise lines have many ships sailing around the islands between October and March, some even all year round, but our winter is the best time of year to visit the Caribbean. So if you prefer smaller or large ships, formal or informal, loud or quiet there is always an itinerary and cruise line to suit your requirements.

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The Caribbean islands are mainly split into 3 sectors, Eastern, Western and Southern.

My first cruise was to the Western Caribbean, sailing from Miami we visited Jamaica, Bahamas and Cayman Islands. I thought these were stunning with plenty to do, whether lie on the soft golden beaches, climb Dunn’s River falls or shop in the array of tax free shopping I was in heaven. My passenger’s always told me the Southern Caribbean was the place to go, so this was the destination of my most recent cruise and wow, sometimes I feel like I dreamt the holiday now. The pictures that you see are really how these islands look, I was slightly worried with the aftermath of the hurricanes but they have recovered well. We began in Puerto Rico, stopping off at Barbados, St Kitts, Martinique, Antigua and St Thomas. The people are so welcoming and friendly and love us English.

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Southern Caribbean itineraries tend to sail from Barbados (P&O, Carnival and MSC), or San Juan in Puerto Rico (NCL, Royal Caribbean, Celebrity). The most visited islands are Aruba, Bonaire, Martinque, Barbados and Dominica. The islands that mainly cover the Eastern Caribbean are St Martin, St Thomas, St Kitts and US Virgin Islands, with most of the major cruise lines sailing around here you can take your pick from anywhere between a 5-14 night cruise, the longer the cruise the more ports you get to experience.

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Some people have said to me once you visit one Caribbean Island you’ve visited them all, or that they all look the same. I don’t agree, to me each one I have visited has offered something very different. From Volcanic landscapes and lush rainforests, wide long beaches to tiny secluded coves, local rum tasting and traditional bbqs to local culture and dancing, snorkling and swimming with stingrays, or just relax with a cocktail watching the sun set from your private verandah.

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Add on a few days hotel stay pre cruise, go shopping in Miami, or venture around Old San Juan amongst the little art and craft shops and colourful Colonial Spanish buildings. The Caribbean has it all and really is the world in your oyster and I for one am already planning my next trip

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I would love to share stories and hear which islands I need to see next, so for any advise or questions to help plan your perfect Caribbean cruise please get in touch with me

marcia@cruiseclubuk.com or call 0161 798 2516

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Diamond Princess:

110.00 tonnage 

1353 cabins:

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Princess cruise  some of the most popular world heritage sites over the world.

 Ancient temples, Vibrant festivals, Healing hot springs, being very aware of there commitment to  future cruise customer and the planet.

Life on board:

There is world awaiting you on board your ship too from beginning to end, starts with the state room all comforts from home, shows to wow you throughout the cruise, Spa facilities to relax, boutiques for shopping and lots more to keep you busy.

Queen Vic Princess SuiteSuite accommodation. Featuring queen bed, flat screen tv, wet bar, sitting area, and two tables.Suite accommodation. Featuring queen bed, flat screen tv, wet bar, sitting area, and two tables.Suite accommodation. Featuring queen bed, flat screen tv, wet bar, sitting area, and two tables.Suite accommodation. Featuring queen bed, flat screen tv, wet bar, sitting area, and two tables.

Dining on board: 

Some great cuisine on board from the local areas visited, also a selection of specialty dining restaurants, buffet style dining, main dining restaurants with full waiter service.

Whilst on the cruise the ships will offer you the opportunity to stay either later in the port of calls to take in show’s on offer, overnight & also stay a couple of days dependent on the destination. So take in all that is on show whilst there and not to miss that once special moment of a life time.

 World Destination:

Caribbean, Alaska, Mediterranean, Panama Canal, Mexico, Hawaii, Asia, Australia and New Zealand,United states.

Japan.  

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An exquisite beauty, bustling modern cities sacred temples all existing in harmony.

A fabled country with all of the magic of the Spring & summer festivals to be experienced while you Circumnavigate this magical country whilst on one of the many cruise options on offer.

Just A quick overview princess from 2019 will again be in Japan for there sixth season sailing from Tokyo (Yokohama) to Kobe:

March through to November 19 with over 60 departures featuring over 41 destinations within seven countries & 40 Unique sailing options more than ever before.

 Japan and its rich culture, historical sites, Culinary experiences, new & old destinations throughout the new program the likes off.

  Gamagori, Himeji, matsuyama,  Niigata,  Miyako and Takamatsu will be visited for the 1st time for the cruise.

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Hakodate City:

Here you can experience one of the many firework displays or ride on the aerial tram at night.

Kochi Yasakoi dance festival is one of the 10 largest festivals and has been a 60 year old tradition in the area of Kochi.

They have wooden Naruko wooden clappers whist moving there hips dancing the the city .

Aomori City: 

The fire festival in August celebrates Kabuki & mythical stories from accent Japan, floating lanterns parade through the city. Over 3 million visitors a year come to see this spectical.

 Akita Kanto Festival

 Again a popular choice for all that visit this diverse country.

Throughout the summer its the time to catch a festival of some kind from the Samurai Village at Shimabara castle in Nagasaki.

The Aomori’s Shirakami Mountains a world heritage site and only accessible through Princess cruises.

Viewing Kumano grand fireworks Festival from the ship Diamond princess with over 10.000 fireworks this happen 3 times throughout the summer when the ship sailing into port. 

Spring Time in Japan:

 Cherry Blossoms are one of the great times to be in this wonderful country as it happens in around 9 different areas all unique in there own way. So you will get some beautiful picture’s of this special spring time occasion.

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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.

 

Vietnam

 

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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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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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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Royal Square, Barcelona

The Western Mediterranean as a cruising region, offers a spectrum of culture and arts, combined with beautiful beaches and a laid back atmosphere. Itineraries offered within this region include ports of call within, Spain, Italy and France, and sometimes include stops in Lisbon for Portugal, the Canary Islands, and Casablanca and Tangier for Morocco, and Gibralter

It was once considered best to visit the Western Mediterranean region during spring and the summer months, however cruise lines such as MSC and Costa are beginning to offer all year round itineraries within this area, with Barcelona and Marseilles (France),  still being included on the itinerary, they are now sailing further southwards towards Morocco and into the Canaries.

 

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Some of the larger ships usually visit the bigger ports, including destinations, such as Barcelona, Rome and Florence. The vast majority of cruise lines, including Royal Caribbean, Princess Cruises, Celebrity Cruises, Holland America and Norwegian Cruise Line, tend to offer itineraries either starting in these ports, or featuring them on their itineraries

Costa Cruises and MSC Cruises are based from Italy, and can offer shorter cruise itineraries at much lower prices. For a more British feel, P&O Cruises and Cunard offer a variety of sailings, whilst the luxury cruise lines such as Azamara, Crystal, Silversea, Seabourn, Oceania and Regent Seven Seas offer itineraries to smaller ports of call such as Cannes, Capri and Portofino and often spend much longer in port.

Stay tuned for part 2 of my blog!!!

 

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      Everyone has mentioned the phrase ‘Bucket list ‘to family and friends once or twice whether young or old.

A cruise would be one of the best option to challenge your list also make the most of your holiday & bucket list at the same time.

Fabulous destination’s  world wide on a cruise of your choice.

Service on board cruise ships will be the best.

Comfortable accommodation from inside-outside-balcony- suites your choice.

Food

Fine Dinning on board

Entertainment second to none.

excursions to all the wonderful places whilst in port see the place on your bucket list as well.

Destinations over the world:

Cuba has become a popular destination with Cruise goes since the restriction in 2015 have eased. Taking in some of the places of the writer Ernest Hemingway. You can just take in your surroundings & experience Cuba with the local people too.

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Japan is on my bucket list before its to late. English is not the 1st language of the Japanese. Cruising does make it good value for money whilst visiting as can be a expensive destination.

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Alaska  one of the last frontiers to be explored further, so again while watching the rugged landscape & wildlife on show you can be sailing along marine life below, glaciers in front and all the family making  some fabulous memories.

Galapagos Islands are a remote as you will get for you nature lovers but again you can take a cruise into these scattered volcanic islands for your chance to swim with the seals, take pictures of the giant tortoises or even walk in the foot steps of Charles Darwin.

Above is just a few of the wonderful places to see & do some of the most amazing things whilst your Bucket list is being ticked.

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