Whilst I have numbered these locations, they are not in any particular order. Nor have the obvious been included just in case you wondered why the most well known are
Cunard’s Queen Mary 2 is truly unique, she is the world’s only serving ocean liner to date, after the retirement of the Queen Elizabeth 2 in 2008.
As of July 2016, Royal Caribbean’s fleet comprises 25 ships, divided into seven classes of ship. The Quantum, Oasis and Freedom classes offer the line’s newest and most active
In November 2016, Oriana underwent a three-week refurbishment at the Blohm & Voss shipyard in Hamburg, Germany. The substantial refit includes a complete makeover of cabins, restaurants, bars, entertainment areas
There is no simple answer to this question because it totally depends on what your own particular needs are. So here is the article with a few simple suggestions that
Lunched by and named by the Queen in March 2015. The Britannia is the newest and the largest ship in P&O’s fleet.
The addition of Britannia to the
For many serious divers, cruise holiday’s and scuba diving just don’t mix. And to some extent, that’s for good reason. There’s no doubt you’ll dive more on a live
Planning a cruise to the Bahamas?
If your cruise gives you some free shore time, as it is sure to do. Here are some suggestions for some great on shore
As always, the most popular cruises for British passengers tend to be those leaving from British ports. The Mediterranean, Northern Europe and the Baltic’s heading up the list along