Whether you want to get excited for your up and coming getaway or maximise the at-sea experience while listening to your iPod by the pool, a great playlist is a cruise holiday must! To help you get in the mood, we’ve put together a list of sailing songs that should make an appearance on the […]

While some travellers prefer the large scale luxury of floating resorts with 2000+ passenger capacity, others favour a smaller, more intimate cruising experience. Boutique cruise liners have undergone a surge in popularity over the last few years as travellers begin to place more value on personalised service and a bespoke hotel style feel. Defined by […]

5 Best Cruises to See the Glorious Northern Lights

by Lily Egge Northern Lights 28 August 2014

Celebrated as one of the most enchanting natural phenomena on the planet, the Northern Lights are a must see for any well-seasoned traveller. Also referred to as Aurora Borealis, the spectacular natural light display sees the northern skies light up with a spectrum of colours. While the event is nothing short of magical, the Northern […]

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P&O Cruises Announce Plans for Aurora Revamp

by Joe Gibson P&O Cruises 27 August 2014

Known for her graceful tiered stern, P&O’s Aurora has long been a favourite with families, couples and solo travellers alike. The vessel’s huge popularity has meant the line is more than willing to invest in her future, with P&O officials revealing plans to treat the mid-sized vessel to a $46 million makeover. The 76,000 ton […]

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P&O Cruises Australia Announces Expansion to Cruise Programme

by Richard Boyce P&O Cruises 27 August 2014

The Australian cruise market welcomed exciting news this month with the announcement that P&O plans to run debut departures from Singapore and Cairns. The announcement goes hand in hand with the line’s plans to expand its fleet to five vessels for the 2015-16 cruise season. Aria and Eden up P&O’s ocean presence P&O’s newest fleet […]

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Which Line Will Receive Cruise International’s Best New Ship Award?

by Chris Balme Norwegian Cruise Line 26 August 2014

Nominations for Cruise International Awards 2014 has officially closed. This means that the countdown is on to find out which line takes the crown for Best New Ship. There were some fantastic new vessels launched this year, setting new standards for luxury cruising. To get you excited for the big announcement, we’ve taken a look […]

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Five Hidden Japanese Gems

by Lily Egge Japan Cruise 18 August 2014

The Land of the Rising Sun is equal parts unique enigma and tourist haven, offering an incredible mish-mash of cultures, classes, traditions and technologies.

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Quantum of the Seas Makes an Appearance Before Cruising South

by Lily Egge large ships 15 August 2014

The excitement surrounding the first ship from the upcoming Royal Caribbean Quantum Class, Quantum of the Seas, is reaching a boiling point

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10 Sturdy Tips to Help Prevent Seasickness

by Alyssa Beit Cruise Tips 15 August 2014

If you’re prone to seasickness, you may be somewhat apprehensive about booking a cruise getaway. If this sounds like you, rest assured that today’s luxury liners are more or less seasickness proof. Thanks to the sheer size of passenger liners, the on-board experience is smooth and steady, even in rough seas. Large ships also feature […]

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Celebrating Bad Poetry Day with 5 Cruise Poems

by Rob Truslove Poetry 12 August 2014

It’s International Bad Poetry Day on August 18th and to celebrate the somewhat under-appreciated occasion, we’ve compiled 5 of our favourite cruise poems. Original and quirky, these budding authors may not be quite up to Edgar Allen Poe’s standard, but they’re definitely unique. But are they good, bad or somewhere in-between? We’ll let you be […]

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