Black Watch Cruise Ship Review

Fred. Olsen Cruise Line's Black Watch is a sleek, stylish, and spacious ship. It's been operated by Fred. Olsen for the past 21 years, but was...

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....

Magellan Cruise Ship Review

On December 16, 2016, we boarded Cruise & Maritime Voyages Magellan in London Tilbury, along with several Cruise Capital competition winners, for a festive event hosted...

Sovereign Cruise Ship Review

Built in 1988 for Royal Caribbean International as the 73,000 GT Sovereign of the Seas, it was once the largest cruise ship in the world....

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,...

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,...

Astor Cruise Ship Review

At just 20,600 GT, the 620-passenger Astor is an intimate cruise ship, joint operated by British cruise line Cruise & Maritime Voyages, and its German...

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...

Carnival Vista Cruise Ship Review

Checking in at Barcelona for my eight-night cruise on Carnival Cruise Line’s brand new Carnival Vista was one of the most chaotic and unorganised...

Harmony of the Seas Cruise Ship Review

The one word that came to mind when I first caught a glimpse of the gigantic Harmony of the Seas was "WOW!" Looming over Southampton's City...

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