On the Prowl for a New Ship

So I see them out all the time at the clubs where we do radio station events, I am talking about cougars.  No, not the animals. I am talking about women in their 40’s or older scouting out younger men.  They are actually quite comical to sit back and watch as they sharpen their claws […]

My Time/ Your Time Dining….. huh?

Cruise lines have always been fairly regimented regarding dining times. Eat around six or eight thirty. So what if you want to stay at the resort a little longer, drink another pina colada on the beach or watch the sunset into the ocean….. will you miss dinner totally? This post comes from a phone call […]

Update: Coast Guard Suspends Search for Cruise Ship Passenger

MIAMI — The Coast Guard suspended its search around 4:30 p.m. Saturday for a missing cruise ship passenger near the Bahamas. Twenty-three-year-old Neha Chhikara went overboard at 4:11 a.m. Thursday from the 12th deck of Royal Caribbean’s Monarch of the Seas. The Monarch of the Seas was headed to Little Stirrup Cay near the Berry […]

Episode: Cruising Trends 2010

[smart_track_player url=”https://traffic.libsyn.com/cruiseradioshow/EPI17DEC29Mixdown.mp3″ title=”Cruising Trends 2010″ artist=”Cruise Radio” social=”false” ]In this week’s episode, we talk to the Cruise Guy; Stewart Chiron, about the cruising trends of 2010. Dr. Steve Gyland joins us to talk about some of his 700+ days spent sailing the Holland America fleet. Scott Lara joins us talking about the benefits of sailing […]


Journalist Anne Campbell spent the weekend on the worlds ‘LARGEST’ cruise ship, “The Oasis of the Seas.” Anne sits down with us and chats about her weekend voyage aboard the Oasis.  Find out the pro’s and con’s of this mammoth ship! Subscribe to our weekly radio show here. Powered by Podbean.com

Royal Caribbean’s ‘Oasis of the Seas’ dining options

  Royal Caribbean Evolves Culinary Experiences With Al-Fresco Seating, Gourmet Venues And My Time Dining Oasis of the Seas will set the stage for Royal Caribbean International’s culinary innovations. The world’s most revolutionary cruise ship will offer guests more variety and flexibility than ever before, thanks to 24 distinct dining experiences, ranging from an exclusive […]

Royal Caribbean — Live cruise commercials ?

Royal Caribbean has a new marketing campaign, calling themselves the “Nation of Why Not.”   Well starting today Royal Caribbean is putting a twist on things and not helping the crazy cruisers like me! Starting today Royal Caribbean will film and debut a series of television spots starring real guests enjoying a variety of “Why Not” experiences […]

What is Coco Cay, Bahamas?

A lot of people ask the question “What is on Coco Cay?” , so I figured I would do a post on it to let you know exactly what the island is and what to do there. Coco Cay is part of the Berry islands, a cluster of islands in the outer banks of the Bahamas that […]

Trip Review “Monarch of the Seas” July 3-6, 2009 — Disembarkation Day

We heard the ship docking about 6 am and it awoke us so we knew our journey was almost over. If you want to carry your bags off, RCCL offers express departure between 730-830 am, so we decided to take advantage of that.  Breakfast was available in both dining rooms, we skipped it though to […]