This week on Avid Travel With Britton Frost, we are joined by Michael Bernhard from Backroads Active Travel. Backroads partners with ocean cruise line Ponant and river cruise line AmaWaterways to offer active programs such as hiking and biking, fully supported by Backroads staff and a fleet of vans, as well as a custom bicycles fitted for guests.
Seabourn is giving travelers an option to travel the Mediterranean, Baltic, and more this year with a lineup of Europe Combination Cruises. The offerings combine multiple Seabourn sailings back-to-back and offer savings of up to 15% off of regular cruise fares.
MSC Cruises is partnering with Martha Stewart on new, exclusive culinary and discovery experiences onboard and ashore. The partnership includes specially curated shore excursions, celebration surprise gift packages, and onboard holiday dinner menus and recipes.
Guest columnist Elsa Nystrom is a frequent cruiser who reads the fine print before buying any sort of travel insurance. A few weeks ago, she wrote about using an insurance broker. Now, she tells us about Medicare coverage for guests traveling outside the U.S.
One of the things that is always easiest for me to write about is food. After all, everyone has to eat. When I was invited aboard Celebrity Summit, I was excited to see the new dining options that came along with the Celebrity Revolution.
In 2020, Princess Cruises will return to Tahiti with the Pacific Princess, offering a series of roundtrip cruises for the first time since 2015.
In a pier-side gala in Viana do Castelo, Portugal, Mystic Invest Chairman Mário Ferreira christened World Explorer as Mystic Cruises’ first ocean cruise ship with the ship’s Godmother Carla Bruni-Sarkozy.
Sailing aboard the Crystal Serenity, Crystal Cruises’ 27th annual World Cruise offers multiple embarkation and disembarkation options of 86 to 116 nights in Los Angeles, Miami, and Monte Carlo.