I remember when I first began cruising more than 20 years ago: I was extremely confused by all of the options.
There were small ships, large ships, small staterooms, spacious suites, all-inclusive vs. non all-inclusive – and so many places to visit on a variety of itineraries. And that was just ocean cruising. Now, river cruising and expedition cruising have become popular as well.
That fact is that cruise ships can take you anywhere and everywhere. But deciding where to go and when to go can often be overwhelming, no matter what your level of experience.
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The Legend Lives On Thursday, September 3, 2015 Today marks my last day aboard Cunard Line’s Queen Mary 2 as we make this Westbound Transatlantic Crossing with the National Symphony Orchestra. After 81 cruises, the last day of a voyage never gets any easier. That is particularly true aboard Queen Mary 2. I dislike proclaiming… [Read More]
I'm here to help you make informed cruise vacation decisions. - Ralph Grizzle
My name is Ralph Grizzle. I'm an extremely fortunate guy who has been able to sail on more than 200 cruises. Along with my small team, I help consumers make informed cruise vacation decisions
with my cruise, ship and destination reviews and more than 300 videos with 2 million+ views — and counting Click.View.Cruise. If you get stuck or feel lost, please feel free to contact me. Bon Voyage!