Port of Galveston Has Record-Setting July

The Port of Galveston seems to be doing pretty well this summer. Last month, a record-setting number of cruise guests boarded ships at the Texan port, and officials predict this summer will surpass last year’s numbers.  Over 90,000 people embarked on cruise vacations with Royal Caribbean and Carnival in July. Carnival Freedom is operating two different […]

Why You Should Book Your Cruise on Thursdays

Did you know that like airfare, there may be a preferable day of the week to book a cruise? Cruise Watch, a search engine for cruise price drops did an extensive study that says exactly that – and the day fares are lowest? Thursday. The search engine analyzed over 600,000 cruise price reductions during the […]

Episode: Carnival Glory 2016 Review + Cruise News

Carnival Glory

[smart_track_player url=”https://traffic.libsyn.com/cruiseradioshow/EPI394AUG1916.mp3″ title=”Carnival Glory Review + Cruise News” artist=”Cruise Radio” social=”true” social_twitter=”true” social_facebook=”true” social_gplus=”true” ]On this episode, we talk to Eric.  He and his wife just returned from a seven-night eastern Caribbean cruise aboard Carnival Cruise Line’s Carnival Glory. Sherry Kennedy has cruise news on: Ferry catches fire off the coast of San Juan, Puerto […]

River Cruising Gaining Interest

Generally, the common thought is that river cruising is more for the older generations and young travelers don’t often even consider them when planning a vacation.  It seems, though, that the tide may be changing. According to a new survey conducted by AAA, America’s largest travel organization, 14 percent of Americans have gone on a river […]