Our July sailing on MSC Seaside was interesting for many reasons - one of them being that MSC is still new to the North American market, and the sailings they offer have had very mixed reviews. Recently we sat down with Doug Parker of Cruise Radio to talk about our Seaside cruise on episode 502 of the Cruise Radio podcast. Read more about Listen to Our Review of MSC Seaside on Cruise Radio
You can take cruises all over the world, sometimes sailing for a week just to arrive at your destination. There are some cruise destinations however for which those leaving from Florida don't have to travel very far. On this episode we discuss excursions, sites, tours, and dining in The Conch Republic, The Southernmost Point: Key West.
Whenever a cruise line introduces a new class of ships, it’s easy to forget about the great ships they already have. Last year, during the fanfare of the Edge class announcements, Celebrity Cruise Lines unveiled Celebrity Revolution. Now the scale of this $500 million fleet upgrade program has become more clear, and we're even more excited. Partnering with over 500 architects, designers, and engineers, the goal of Celebrity Revolution is to bring the entire Celebrity fleet to the Edge. Read more about Celebrity Updates Entire Fleet with Inspirations from the Edge - Celebrity Revolution Begins
Whenever a cruise line introduces a new class of ships, it’s easy to forget about the great ships they already have. Last year, during the fanfare of the Edge class announcements, Celebrity Cruise Lines unveiled Celebrity Revolution. Now the scale of this $500 million fleet upgrade program has become more clear, and we're even more excited. Ric and Billy discuss what is ahead for the Celebrity fleet.
Every time I’ve cruised to Nassau, the ship has left port before sundown. When booking my cruise, I noticed Mariner of the Seas would be staying in port until midnight... I took a Sunset Harbour Cruise and got some beautiful views of Nassau. Read more about Excursion Spotlight: Sunset Harbour Cruise in Nassau
We recommend booking your cruise as far out as possible to get the best price (and ensure you’ll get the cruise you want). If you are flexible however, and you don’t have your heart set on a specific sailing, you can sometimes find some wild deals. This is one of those times. Read more about Free this October? There are some cruises going for less than $35 per day.
This week CruiseHabit Ric is sailing on Mariner of the Seas and you can follow along, read about his adventures, and even ask him questions. Mariner has received a ton of attention lately after undergoing loads of improvements that make her a real stand-out experience in the Royal Caribbean Fleet. Just head over to his posts on the Royal Caribbean Blog message boards to find out more and be sure to ask him to bring something nice back for Billy! Or just wish him a great cruise - whatever. Read more about We're Sailing the Newly-Enhanced Mariner of the Seas - Follow Along!