Cruise Life Magazine Vol. 1 No. 4

In This Issue Cruising Etiquette Old San Juan The Jones Act Common Courtesy In Cruising You don’t need a Miss Manners at sea to know there are some basic, common sense rules of etiquette for cruising. No, there is no handbook on it, but the key words here are “common sense.” For some less thoughtfulContinue reading “Cruise Life Magazine Vol. 1 No. 4”

Flying Health Advice

Keeping Safe While Flying Note: In the times of the Covid pandemic there is actually a bit of good news for air travelers. With all the emphasis on mask wearing you will no longer stick out in a crowd if you use masking as a precaution. While some airlines are requiring N95 masks to flyContinue reading “Flying Health Advice”

A Guide To Airline Baggage Fees

THE ADD-ON COSTS OF AIR TRAVEL   There are very few things in this world that are free and the airlines are now making that point very clear. Lately the basic cost of air travel only includes carrying you, in the cabin to your destination. Your choice of seat – extra, luggage – extra, oftenContinue reading “A Guide To Airline Baggage Fees”

Cruise Life Magazine Vol. 1 No. 2

FEATURED IN THIS ISSUE The Alaska Experience The Value of Cruising Mykonos Port of Call The Experience That Is Cruising Alaska Cruising To Alaska A Trip To Remember Visiting Alaska by cruise ship has become one of the most popular ways to experience Alaska’s breathtaking beauty and diverse culture. Cruises incorporate all that Alaska hasContinue reading “Cruise Life Magazine Vol. 1 No. 2”

Curaçao, NA Port of Call

Curaçao, A Nice Blend of Two Worlds Wouldn’t it be great if we could move tropical seas, palm trees and great beaches to Northern Europe? It’s not going to happen, so the next best thing, is to move the Netherlands into the Southern Caribbean. Welcome to Curaçao. There are a number of European influenced islandsContinue reading “Curaçao, NA Port of Call”

The Port of Call Maui Hawaii

Lahaina is the cruise port of call for the gorgeous island of Maui, a port famous for its miles of beautiful white sand beaches. Lahaina has excellent shopping in a central area famous for its galleries. The tender landing is near to a beach with plenty of beach shops and great restaurants serving up HawaiianContinue reading “The Port of Call Maui Hawaii”

The Port of Kona, Hawaii

The Port of Kona or Kailua-Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii Kona is a favorite stop for cruise ships visiting the “Big Island” of Hawaii. Famous for its coffee, beaches and Volcano National Park on the island. Where the Tenders Dock There are no docking facilities so cruise ships anchor out, using tenders toContinue reading “The Port of Kona, Hawaii”

Cruise Life Magazine Vol. 1 No. 1

FEATURED IN THIS ISSUE Romney Manor St Kitts A Museum In Athens Port Preparing For Your Cruise On St Kitts History Lives At Romney Manor Like many of its Caribbean neighbors, St. Kitts still bears many markings of its colonial past. A tour across the island will reveal old sugar plantations, stone fortresses and periodContinue reading “Cruise Life Magazine Vol. 1 No. 1”

Images Sailing Through Antarctica

Photographic impressions from our travels… Seabirds glide overhead as whales breach and penguins appear as fast moving black torpedos everywhere in the water. Sailing into Paradise Bay in Antartica with mountains rising in the background and icebergs drift around us. Moving nearer the coast you see it rimmed with massive ice shelfs grounded in theContinue reading “Images Sailing Through Antarctica”

Images From Terra del Fuego

Photographic impressions from our travels… Literally where civilization ends. The only thing south from Terra del Fuego is Antarctica. The stark scenery is amazing and the incredible amounts of wildlife are unbelievable. The lighthouse in the Beagle Channel, a body of water that cuts through South America from the Atlantic to The Pacific. The channelContinue reading “Images From Terra del Fuego”