New Study Proves Cruising Is Good For You

We all have that friend who says, “I don’t get it… why do you like cruising so much?” Now, rather than list the litany of reasons you love setting sail, you can simply say, “It’s good for me.” And when they give you side-eye, you can hand them a printout of this article and say, […]

Carnival Corporation Orders a New Ship for P&O Cruises

Carnival Corporation has announced that they’ve signed a shipbuilding contract with German shipbuilder Meyer Werft for a second next-generation ship for P&O Cruises. The vessel is scheduled to be delivered in 2022. Similar to a sister ship due for delivery in 2020, the second new ship will be the largest built specifically for the British […]

Another Carnival Cruise Ship Fails Health Inspection

Carnival Liberty

According to the latest report from the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention, the Carnival Liberty failed an unannounced inspection that was conducted on January 4, 2018. What Inspectors Found The ship was docked in Port Canaveral, Florida when inspectors boarded and found several violations, resulting in the ship receiving a failing score of 80 […]

Cruise Podcast: Norwegian Escape 2018 Review + Cruise News

Norwegian Escape

[smart_track_player url=”https://traffic.libsyn.com/cruiseradioshow/EPI469JAN2518.mp3″ title=”Norwegian Escape Review” artist=”Cruise Radio” social_email=”true” ] We get a review of Norwegian Cruise Line’s Norwegian Escape. Plus, Stewart has our weekly dose of cruise news and industry insight. Dan from TripInsurance.com answers your questions on picking the right travel insurance policy. Stewart has cruise news on: Vista and Breeze fail USPH inspection. Jumper on […]