Archives for March 2011

Back From Cruise, Time to Lose the Weight

Are you recently back from a cruise and ready to lose some of that cruise weight, or are you like me and have been gradually putting weight on over the last few years, and all that delicious food on the the last cruise didn’t help? While there are strategies for not gaining… [Continue Reading]

SEABOURN’S SUMMER EUROPE CRUISES OFFER WINNING COMBINATIONS:

More New Ships, More New Itineraries, More Value-Filled, Back-to-Back Options
Release Date: February 23,2011
Top-rated Seabourn will have all six of its intimate, award-winning ships in Europe this year, sailing itineraries of different lengths in destinations as diverse as the majestic fjords of Norway, the glamorous resorts of the French Riviera, gorgeous Greek and Dalmatian isles and… [Continue Reading]

SEABOURN SHIPS SAIL TO THE TOP IN READERS’ CHOICE POLL:

Condé Nast Traveler Publishes Gold List Rankings, Ships’ Individual Scores from Annual Survey
Release Date: February 15,2011
MIAMI, February 14, 2011—-They say a rising tide lifts all boats, and in the case of Seabourn’s intimate, luxury cruise ships, a tide of enthusiasm from cruise travelers has elevated the entire fleet to the top of Condé Nast Traveler… [Continue Reading]

Silversea Introduces ‘Passport to Luxury’ Promotion

Most 2011 voyages now offer generous Onboard Spending Credits
(14 February 2011) Ultra-luxury Silversea Cruises has launched a new “Passport to Luxury” promotion with the addition of 30 new voyages offering Onboard Spending Credits of up to US$1,000 per suite ($500 per person) — meaning most voyages (over 90) in 2011 now feature the promotion. These… [Continue Reading]

Dame Shirley Bassey named as Godmother to Britain’s latest cruise ship

24 Feb 2011
Britain’s greatest and best loved female performer, Dame Shirley Bassey DBE, is to be Godmother to Adonia, the latest addition to the P&O Cruises fleet.
Dame Shirley will name the stylish ship in a glittering ceremony in Southampton on Saturday May 21, 2011.
Adonia is considerably smaller than the larger ships of today. Carrying just… [Continue Reading]