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Queen Mary 2 leaving Outer Harbor
Adelaide is a great starting point for cruisers wanting to experience coastal Australia, Tasmania, New Zealand, and much more. September to March is the busy season, with ships representing several major cruise lines scheduled to arrive in Adelaide during...
cruise ship pool and cinema
Cruise holidays with children have become increasingly popular in recent years. In 2013 alone, 2 million youngsters under 15 enjoyed a voyage with their families. Cruise lines are creating newer ways to entice kids on board, and choosing the...
Voyager of the Seas and Kayaking Couple
When Royal Caribbean’s Voyager of the Seas was completed in 1999, it was the world’s largest cruise ship, and hailed as the most innovative and exciting passenger ship ever built. The world of cruising was forever changed by never-before-seen...
Quantum of the Seas cruise ship
Just when you thought that Royal Caribbean International cruise ships couldn’t get any better, Quantum of the Seas has been launched amidst much fanfare, and passengers are in for a treat like never before. Exciting innovations include the first...
Oasis of the Seas departs the Bahamas
Cruise ship companies have consolidated their fleets during the past decade, and the majority of cruises are now operated by a handful of premium lines. Royal Caribbean International has continued to expand operations around the world, with guests enjoying...
celebrity eclipse cruise ship
Originally founded by the Chandris Group in 1988, Celebrity Cruises is now part of Royal Caribbean International. The featured “X” on the funnel is a Greek letter signifying the Chandris connection. Royal Caribbean International is presently headquarted in Miami,...