AZAMARA CLUB CRUISES ANNOUNCES 2014 VOYAGES PROGRAM

MIAMI, Sept. 25, 2012 – Offering more late-night and overnight stays in port, the award-winning Azamara Club Cruises today announced the 2014 deployment of its twin boutique ships Azamara Journey and Azamara Quest. Up-market travelers can choose among 72 new voyages, ranging from four to 17 nights and visiting 240 fascinating destinations in 66 countries… [Continue Reading]

Princess Cruises 2012 Europe Program is Company’s Largest Ever

More than 50 Itinerary Choices Will Take Passengers to Mediterranean, Holy Land, Northern Europe, Scandinavia and Russia
SANTA CLARITA, Calif. (September 28, 2011) — Whether it’s the timeless cities of the Mediterranean, the splendor of Scandinavia and Russia or the intriguing ports of the continent’s northern reaches, Princess Cruises passengers may have a hard time choosing… [Continue Reading]

Discover The World … Up Close …With A Silversea Mid-Voyage Land Adventure

(15 October 2009) The world offers such an abundance of intriguing cultures, landscapes and experiences that Silversea has designed nearly 40 extended mid-cruise excursions for its voyages in 2010. Unlike a partial-day shore tour, these single- or multiple-day inland adventures offer travellers a more leisurely, in-depth and personal encounter with the local people,… [Continue Reading]

Discover The World … Up Close …With A Silversea Mid-Voyage Land Adventure

(15 October 2009) The world offers such an abundance of intriguing cultures, landscapes and experiences that Silversea has designed nearly 40 extended mid-cruise excursions for its voyages in 2010. Unlike a partial-day shore tour, these single- or multiple-day inland adventures offer travellers a more leisurely, in-depth and personal encounter with the local people,… [Continue Reading]

If Your Next Cruise Includes Croatia, You Are in for an Unexpected Treat

Along the Adriatic Sea, in what was once vital part of the Roman Empire, lies one of the most beautiful and culturally rich countries, Croatia. For years, as part of the communist Yugoslavia, this beautiful area remained off the “tourist radar” for most Americans. The European Union and United Nations recognized… [Continue Reading]