Carnival Glory: Getting to Boston

When I say I screwed up this morning, that’s the understatement of the year. My day started at 4am when I woke up to zip my bags up and transfer them to my truck. We left the house at 4:30, and got to the airport at 5am, for a 6:30 departure. As I was stepping […]

Paul Gauguin Cruises wins second place in Travel + Leisure magazine

Paul Gauguin Cruises, operator of the highest-rated and longest continually sailing luxury cruise ship in the South Pacific, the m/s Paul Gauguin, received second place for small-ship cruise lines in Travel + Leisure’s“World’s Best Awards” – the magazine’s prestigious annual readers’ survey. Paul Gauguin Cruises received a score of 90.56 out of 100 from readers […]

Norwegian launches Bermuda bonus sale

Norwegian Cruise Line is launching Bermuda Bonus Days, a two-day sales event beginning Sunday, July 8, 2012, offering savings on Norwegian cruise vacations to beautiful Bermuda. Guests who book a 2012 Bermuda cruise, in any stateroom category, on July 8 or July 9, 2012, will receive $100 per stateroom to spend on board towards an […]

Getting ready to sail Carnival Glory from Boston

The time has come for the next cruise, a five-night Canada/New England sailing from Boston on Carnival Glory. Now I won’t lie, I have always thought that Canada was only an old people destination but boy was I wrong! After spending a few days in Quebec City and Montreal last month, I learned Canada is […]

P&O’s Pacific Sun sails on final cruise

P&O Cruises’ Pacific Sun departed Brisbane this week  for its final voyage before it leaves the cruise line’s fleet. Pacific Sun has been sailing with P&O Cruises since 2004 and has carried more than half a million passengers on hundreds of holidays over that time. The 47,000-tonne ship was sold by P&O Cruises earlier this […]

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