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River Cruising in the USA

Posted by: Carol Lehman on Tuesday, September 19, 2017

River cruising in the USA has become popular for many reasons. For those that want the appeal of a European river cruise without leaving the USA, this is ideal. Also, no passport is required.

MasterChef and MSC Cruises New Partnership

Posted by: Adam Lapsevich, Contributor on Friday, August 11, 2017

If you love cruising, and you love cooking, this will be a match made in heaven for you. MSC Cruises just announced a very cool partnership with the producers of MasterChef, the reality TV show that is seen around the world.

Let’s back up a little.

Holiday Cruises – It’s Not Too Late!

Posted by: Carol Lehman on Tuesday, November 29, 2016
Holiday Gifts

If someone gave you a super deal for a great vacation but it was a trip that was coming up soon, would you pack your bags and travel or bag the trip, and the stay home?

December is a funky month for the cruise industry. Some people love the idea of taking off and getting out of dodge for the holidays while others prefer to stick close to home. One thing for sure though is, if you hit the high seas over the holidays, you’ll be welcomed on board with the most festive holiday ambiance you can imagine!

Queen Mary 2: A Different Cruising Experience

Tags: Cruises
Posted by: Adam Lapsevich, Special Contributor on Tuesday, October 4, 2016
Queen Mary II

There are cruise ships and then, there are ocean liners. Many people don’t really understand the difference. But as an ocean liner buff myself, when Cunard decided to build the Queen Mary 2 as a true ocean liner, the world was abuzz with excitement.

Christmas Market Cruises

Posted by: Adam Lapsevich, Special Contributor on Wednesday, September 14, 2016
Christmas

I love the holidays! Everything about this magical season. I grew up in northern Ohio where winters were known to be snowy and cold. Every Christmas my mother and father would take me to the sights and sounds of downtown Cleveland.