Norwegian Shakes Up Cruise Entertainment!
It looks like the curtain is coming down on Norwegian Cruise Line’s production of Legally Blonde, the musical which has been performed on board the Getaway since January of 2014. The show – which had previously run on Broadway – will take its final bow on April 30th as part of several changes being made […]
Princess Launches ‘Cook My Catch’ on Alaska Sailings
Princess Cruises is further enhancing their North to Alaska program this year, namely with a new experience called Cook My Catch. The unique dining option is available of cruises during ports of call in Juneau and Ketchikan, as well as Princess Land & Sea Vacations with stays at Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge and Copper River Princess Wilderness Lodge. […]
Should Cruise Lines Warn Guests About Group Cruises?
Picture it: You and your family head to the port and excitedly board a cruise ship for the vacation you’ve been looking forward to all year. Only after you’ve left the dock and hit the high seas do you realize that a whole lot of the people on board are there as part of a […]
Houston Port Completely Missed the Boat
The Port of Houston is yet again losing its cruise business. After a $104 million refurb in 2013 and $6.7 million in incentives offered to Norwegian Cruise Line and Princess Cruises, the port will watch these two major cruise ships sail away for good this April. But is anyone really surprised? The Port of Houston […]
Swimming with Pigs in the Caribbean
Unless you or someone you know has been to the Exuma islands in the Bahamas, we’re betting you didn’t know that pigs could swim. But they’re there, on the uninhabited (by people!) island called Big Major Cay, and tourists and media alike have fallen head over heels for the cute swimming pigs. Everyone has fun […]