Come along with me to explore the Greek island of Corfu, the second largest of the Ionian Islands, on foot, on bikes and by four-wheel-drive vehicles.
Sailing Star Clippers’ Royal Clipper in the Caribbean When most of us picture the Caribbean, we envision a row of mega-liners docked side-by-side in ports of call like St. Thomas or Philipsburg. To believe a few of the mainstream cruise lines, you’d think the average person is terrified of the ocean and is incapable of… [Read More]
Regent Seven Seas has been forthright and honest about it: The company fully intends to make its upcoming ship the most luxurious cruise ship afloat. The long-standing luxury line isn’t just going gunning for one particular ship; Regent wants to leapfrog Silversea, Seabourn and Hapag-Lloyd Cruises, whose Europa and Europa 2 have held top-honours in… [Read More]
Cruise ships these days are a lot like iPhones: They’re out of date in six months. What’s more, plenty of fuss is made about the latest and greatest cruise ships to be introduced every year. Next year is no exception, with megaliners like Carnival Cruise Line’s Carnival Vista and Royal Caribbean’s Harmony of the Seas… [Read More]
Today is an important day in the history of ultra-luxury line Silversea and its forthcoming new flagship, the 596-guest Silver Muse. Today, bookings opened to the general public for her maiden season that will begin in the Spring of 2017. Manfredi Lefebvre d’Ovidio, Silversea’s chairman, remarked that, “We are creating the ultimate boutique ship at… [Read More]
As far as suites go, Oceania Cruises sets the bar higher than most with its exquisite Owner’s Suites aboard its two newest vessels, Marina and Riviera. Though spacious, they’re not the biggest suites afloat, nor are they the flashiest. What they are, however, is a modern take on the opulent and grand suites of the… [Read More]
If you say the word “cruise” to someone, chances are good that they’ll picture one of two things: the Caribbean or the Mediterranean. But the world of cruising is so much broader than the sun-splashed destinations of the world. In fact, some of the most rewarding journeys are the ones that will leave you friends… [Read More]
Dubrovnik’s massive city walls enclose one of the world’s best preserved medieval cities. We’re going to stroll through the Old City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and visit the countryside, where we’ll go out for a spin on a bike and experience a few local Delicacies for a taste of life here along the Dalmatian coast.