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Cruise Features
Essential Apps For Every Cruise Enthusiast

If you’re an avid fan of cruises, you know that the whole picture is not just about the priceless sights and experiences which you encounter during your trips. A large [Read More]

Norwegian Joy Hull Artwork (Norwegian Cruise Line)
10 Cruise Ship Features That Prove Cruising Isn’t Just For Old People

There’s a popular phrase that says cruising is ‘for the newly wed, over fed, and nearly dead’. There’s also a common misconception that cruising is boring and only for old [Read More]

Jennie Bond Discover The Rhine Aboard Uniworld's SS Antoinette
Big Or Small: What Does The Future Hold For P&O Cruises?

The addition of P&O Cruises new 180,000 GT ship, scheduled for delivery in 2020, has taken many by surprise. Not at the actual announcement of a new ship, but because [Read More]

3 Things To Do On Embarkation Day

You’ve arrived at the port, checked in and are walking along the gangway about to scan your cruise card and board your cruise ship. Congratulations, you’re officially on holiday! But [Read More]

Cruise Reviews
Island Hopping With Celestyal Cruises: Celestyal Olympia Cruise Review

The bright blue rooftops, pearly white buildings, and windmills are the three things that spring to mind when I think of the Greek Islands. Greece is an area of the [Read More]

Boudicca (Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines)
River Cruise Review: A Festive Sailing Aboard msSerenity

I could just about see msSerenity from the coach window as I arrived on the waterfront in Rotterdam, after a day trip to Antwerp. I’m used to seeing cruise ships [Read More]

Sovereign (Pullmantur)
Aurora Cruise Ship Review

Launched at the beginning of the millennium, P&O Cruises Aurora is a cruise ship in a league of her own. With teak decking, spacious surroundings, and a sleek profile, she’s a [Read More]

Viking Sea Cruise Ship Review

Launched in 2015, when its first ship Viking Star entered service, Viking Ocean Cruises is the newest cruise line sailing and has already won an award from Travel + Leisure for [Read More]

Carnival Vista (Carnival Cruise Line)
Cruise News
BREAKING: MSC Magnifica Hits Quayside In Civitavecchia

MSC Magnifica has reportedly hit the quayside in Civitavecchia, due to strong winds. The ship has now returned back to the berth, with the assistance of tugs, and an inspection of [Read More]

Cruise & Maritime Voyages Announces New Cruises From Poole & Portsmouth

Cruise & Maritime Voyages has announced two new departure ports to compliment its previously released 2018 cruise programme. Astoria will offer several sailings from Poole – the first being a [Read More]

Pacific Pearl Embarks On Final Voyage With P&O

P&O Cruises Australia’s Pacific Pearl has departed on its final voyage with the cruise line. The ship departed Auckland, New Zealand, Monday afternoon, on a 16-night ‘Indonesian Explorer’ cruise. It [Read More]

Queen Victoria Set To Be Remastered In £34million Refurbishment

Following the successful ‘remastering‘ of its flagship, Queen Mary 2, at the end of last year, Cunard has revealed plans for a £34million refurbishment of Queen Victoria.  The ship will enter a dry dock [Read More]

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On Deck Blog
Island Hopping With Celestyal Cruises: Celestyal Olympia Cruise Review

The bright blue rooftops, pearly white buildings, and windmills are the three things that spring to mind when I think of the Greek Islands. Greece is an area of the [Read More]

Boudicca (Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines)
Navigator of the Seas: Life In The Galley

Ever wondered how cruise ships chefs can create such amazing meals for thousands of people? During a visit to Royal Caribbean International’s Navigator of the Seas, Cruise Capital were given behind-the-scenes access to the [Read More]

Cruise Capital Ranked As A Top 50 Cruise Blog

I’m delighted to announce that Cruise Capital has been ranked by FeedSpot as one of the top 50 cruise blogs in the world! It’s great to receive recognition for the [Read More]

msSerenity (The River Cruise Line)
It’s A Cruise SHIP, Not Liner Or Boat!

Is it a boat, is it a liner, or is it a ferry? No it’s a cruise SHIP! We spend plenty of time watching cruise ships departing Southampton, and regularly [Read More]

River Cruise News & Reviews
The River Cruise Line Purchased By Arena Travel

Following the collapse of The River Cruise Line’s parent company, Diamond Shortbreak Holidays Ltd on Wednesday, Ipswich-based Arena Travel has announced it has acquired The River Cruise Line and Diamond Rail [Read More]

Robert Burns (Riviera Travel)
New Riviera Ships Christened In Amsterdam

Riviera Travel’s new river cruise ships, Thomas Hardy and Emily Brontë, have been christened in Amsterdam. Christina Astill from Go-Cruise and Tracey Scales from Travel Counsellors officially christened the ships in their [Read More]

vodohod new ship
Riviera Travel Launches Competition To Become Ship Godmothers

Riviera Travel, the UK’s leading escorted tour company, has launched a new competition which will see two travel agents named godmothers of the company’s two new 5-star river cruise ships, [Read More]

My Story (Select Voyages)
Uniworld Launches New River Brand To Appeal To Millennials 

Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection is to launch a new brand targeted towards young travellers. U by Uniworld will aim to attract 18 to 40 year old cruisers, through adventurous [Read More]

msSerenity (The River Cruise Line)
A-Rosa Flora in Köln
Image: Wikimedia Commons
Destination Guides
Island Hopping With Celestyal Cruises: Celestyal Olympia Cruise Review

The bright blue rooftops, pearly white buildings, and windmills are the three things that spring to mind when I think of the Greek Islands. Greece is an area of the [Read More]

Norwegian Fjords: Cruising On Britannia

I was so excited to not only step aboard P&O Cruises’ Britannia again – less than a year since I enjoyed a two-night mini-cruise on her, but also to return to the [Read More]

3 Of The Most Bizarre Travel Laws

We’ve all heard people talk about holidays from hell, but it’s very rare that something will actually go wrong on your holiday. We researched three of the most bizarre laws, [Read More]