Archives for December 2012

Celebrity to Debut “Door to Door” Luggage Valet Fleetwide in Jan of 2013

In their Winter 2012 Captains Club Newsletter, Celebrity Cruises announced: “In addition to our “Ship to Airport” luggage valet program, we are now offering “Door to Door” delivery of your luggage – from home to ship, and from ship to home.”
The new service partners with, and price quotes can be… [Continue Reading]

Princess Debuts Features of Royal Princess Youth Program in New Video

Many Princess fans have been eagerly awaiting the debut of their latest ship the spectacular Royal Princess. In addition to featuring a few adults only areas, the Royal Princess will also feature many new enhancements and activities in the youth program. Take a look at their latest video for all the details.

Results in from Our Wine Service Poll – New Poll On How You Would Choose to Cruise

The results are in for our wine survey. About a third of our readers who responded enjoy wine, but wine service really doesn’t figure into their cruise decision. Another third are wine lovers like us who appreciate a knowledgeable staff and attentive wine service. Other cruisers, about a sixth, … [Continue Reading]

Disney Cruise Line Unveils Itineraries and Ports for 2014

CELEBRATION, Fla. (Dec. 4, 2012) – The white sand beaches and azure waters of Castaway Cay, Disney’s private island, take center stage in the early half of 2014 voyages for Disney Cruise Line. With all four Disney ships sailing from Florida ports, not only will guests have more options to visit Castaway Cay, but… [Continue Reading]

Drumming Wonders ‘Recycled Percussion’ Bring High-Energy Act to Holland America Line

‘America’s Got Talent’ and Las Vegas sensation to play on five Caribbean sailings
Seattle, Wash., December 3, 2012 — Holland America Line is featuring Recycled Percussion, a four-member band whose high-energy rock act involves ladders, buckets, power tools and electric guitars, on five Caribbean sailings on ms Nieuw Amsterdam and ms Westerdam.
Recycled Percussion was the highest-placed… [Continue Reading]