The Caribbean Island of Roatan, Honduras Roatan is the largest of the Honduran Bay Islands in the Caribbean and is becoming a popular cruise itinerary destination. Like many Caribbean destinations it is recognized for its beautiful beaches, water sports, including premier scuba and skin diving, and modern resorts. It also has a growing number ofContinue reading “Port of Call Roatan Honduras”
The Port of Seward Seward is an important port for Alaska cruises. It is significantly farther north than other Alaska cruise ports and for many cruises it’s a turn-around port, meaning the end of one cruise and the start of another. It’s biggest attraction is that it’s a departure city for the Alaska Railroad whichContinue reading “Seward Alaska Port of Call”
A Holland America ship enters a lock on the left while a dry cargo ship gets ready to enter the right side lock following a tanker through the canal. The best way to experience the canal is on a cruise ship. Generally these cruises start from major cruise ports of Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, San Diego,Continue reading “Cruising And The Panama Canal”
Kusadasi is a popular port of call because of its location near some of the worlds greatest ancient historical sites like Ephesus and the Temple of Artemis.
Carthagenians, Romans, Moors and Spanish have all added to the heritage of this remarkable seaside city. Culture, archeology and architecture all add to the character of this Spanish city with much to see and explore.
Gateway to Alaska cruising and a departure port for cruises to Hawaii this port has much to offer visitors.
Regardless what you are looking for in a vacation, who you are, how old you are and what your budget, there’s a cruise designed just for you.
A major departure port for South America cruises and a gateway to Antarctica, this city has much to see and experience. Home of the Tango, great steaks, wine and history.
ATTENTION CRUISERS If you, like us, are frequent cruises, this is perhaps an opportunity. The CDC is requesting comments from the public on their lifting of the “do not sail” order on the cruise industry at the end of this coming September. If you would like to comment the link is HERE To better understandContinue reading “The CDC and Cruising”