You’ve made it onboard your cruise ship, and the lounge chair on the sundeck is calling. Suddenly, you remember that you forgot to book that one excursion, or don’t remember what time dinner is. Not to fret- thankfully, cruise lines today have developed a mobile cruise app to help you figure out your plans while sitting at the pool. From maps, to excursions, to making dinner reservations, planning a cruise can involve a lot of factors. Download these applications to help make cruise planning easier on the go.Continue reading
Every year, cruise lines introduce the latest and greatest- be it new itineraries, new ports, new ships, or even new trends. Be on the lookout for what’s new with cruising in 2019.
The Caribbean isn’t the only place to go on luxury cruises, the Pacific Ocean has breathtaking views, perfect water and some of the best beaches. You’ll feel right at home on a Norwegian or Princess cruise while discovering the jewels of Mexico or Hawaii.
Whether you want to island hop in the Aloha State or enjoy the sunsets just south of the border, we found the best Pacific cruises that offer big onboard credits!
Mesmerizing beaches and the carefree charm makes Caribbean cruises are one of the most popular vacations for great memories and relaxation. There is so much to do while you’re at sea on a cruise, like enjoying live entertainment, gourmet cuisine and island-inspired activities, all while never losing sight of the boundless ocean.
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Carnival Cruises along with their sister company, Princess Cruises, are planning to release new wearable technology device, similar to Disney’s Magic, which allows cruise goers to streamline everything they do on board the ship. The new wearable device has been dubbed the “Ocean Medallion”, and is a little larger than the size of a quarter.