Silversea Announces Cool Geographic Partnership

The renowned Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers), founded nearly 200 years ago to advance geographical science, is to enhance Silversea Cruises voyages even further by providing detailed scientific and historical information to guests embarking on some of the greatest journeys around the globe. The Society, based in London, and whose Royal […]

Titanic II Hopes Not to Follow in Predecessor’s Path

Aussie coal tycoon Clive Palmer insists that he has learned from the Titanic’s previous mistakes. In 2016, the billionaire chairman of shipping company Blue Star Line plans to set sail in a replica of the 1912 cruise liner. He revealed plans Tuesday, February, 26 at a press conference at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space […]

River Cruising Dominates New Ship Launches

In a time when cruise lines are always trying to one-up each other, one thing remains strong — river cruising. While you may not see a high-endurance rope course, buff gyms, surfing simulators or a jumbo water park, you will find access to quaint ports only accessible by small ships. River cruising may not dominate […]

Ready, Set, Go: Your Guide to Cruise Europe – Excursions

This week we get to cover one of the best parts about cruising in Europe – the shore excursions! Let’s be honest, the ship’s pretty awesome, but you’re really cruising in Europe to see the sights – the Colosseum, London Bridge, Sistine Chapel, La Sagrada Familia, and more. Questions to Ask Yourself Early on we […]