Five tips for planning your next cruise vacation

Planning any big holiday can be slightly nerve wracking- after all its both money and annual leave on the line! To help abate those fears, here are our five top tips for ensuring smooth sailing on your next cruise: Read the Reviews. Reviews are the best way of getting the inside scoop on what you … Read more

Staying safe on your cruise holiday

Cruising is one of the safest forms of travel but there are a few things to be mindful of whilst sailing the high seas. Ships in port signal to many local people wealth and naivety so you can easily become a target of crime. But don’t worry, most of the locals love tourists for the … Read more

Three of the most picturesque places to visit when on a Caribbean to Mexico cruise

A Caribbean to Mexico cruise may well be one of the most desirable journeys a keen traveller can experience. But with so many beautiful islands to choose from, where should you aim to have on your itinerary. Here are three suggestions.   Cozumel Home to the world-renowned Palancar Reef, this divers paradise is a real … Read more

Luxurious Halong Bay Cruise

Halong Bay in Northern Vietnam is an excellent destination that offers majestic coastlines and scenic limestone cliffs that gives you an ethereal feel. It definitely is a feast for your senses – something that you will talk about for months after your trip. Visiting Halong Bay will not only give you your usual sun,surf and … Read more

The Best Vacation Onboard Smaller Cruise Ships

Wanting to get away from the busy and stressful city life for a while? How about spending your vacation onboard a luxurious cruise ship that will indulge your needs for leisure and relaxation?


Vacations should primarily be about relaxing, entertainment and fun. Sometimes, traveling and visiting tourist destinations can only give you more stress as you wrestle around a crowd of tourist underneath the scorching sun. A short cruise would be a better choice, but keep in mind that cruise ships are not created equal! Larger cruise ships can accommodate around 3,000 to 6,000 vacationers at a time. Having this huge number of people in a limited shape will only remind of the city’s hustle and bustle. On the other hand, smaller cruise boats have a limited passenger count from 100 to 500 people.

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Celebrity Cruises

The cruise ship vacation celebrated its 100th birthday in 2000 and a lot has changed since those early days. Today’s ocean passengers go for the onboard lifestyle as much (if not more) than they do for the places that lay in wait on the voyage, and the modern megaships of the 21st century offer everything from ice rinks and real grass lawns to Broadway quality shows and gastronomic feasts.

Celebrity Cruises is the cruise operator for the sophisticated 40-something age group. Celebrity’s Solstice class – consisting of the vessels Celebrity Solstice, Celebrity Equinox and Celebrity Eclipse) exude a glamorous atmosphere that feels more like an upmarket boutique hotel than a cruise ship.


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