Park and Cruise — Is it really worth it?

While taking a cruise out of your home port is always a great idea…. it’s not always that easy. Recently, I caught a cruise out of Miami, Florida so we will use that as our case study.  Living in Jacksonville, Florida it was about a five hour road trip down to Miami.  We left Jacksonville […]

Review of Norwegian Sky

We took a last minute cruise on the NCL ‘Sky’ for a three day Bahamas cruise to tape an episode of Cruise Radio and it was pretty eventful. Since my radio show is independent, I can have an unbiased look at it all. We are both in our 20’s, so of course having fun was […]

Carnival Cruise Lines Returns to Europe Summer 2011

MIAMI– Carnival Cruise Lines’ newest ship, the 3,690-passenger Carnival Magic, will debut with a schedule of seven-, nine- and 12-day Mediterranean cruises operating round-trip from Barcelona from May to October 2011. This marks Carnival’s first full season of Mediterranean cruises in three years, as well as the first time the line has home-ported a ship […]

Record Breaking Temperatures in Florida

Here in Jacksonville, Florida it has been just as bitterly cold. I wake up every morning at 3:45 to get ready for work and there is nothing like stepping outside and waiting for the car to warm up in sub-arctic temperatures! I find myself doing a dance sometimes outside my car while the car warms […]

CARNIVAL DEBUTS NEW TV COMMERCIALS

MIAMI, FL. – Carnival Cruise Lines debuts a new television advertising campaign today featuring three new spots that speak to the unique kind of genuine, participatory fun unleashed on a Carnival cruise.  The new commercials, produced by Arnold Worldwide, retain the brand’s existing “Fun For All. All For Fun” tagline. Each spot features the song […]