Cruise and alcohol go hand in hand like peanut butter and jelly. Or peanuts and beer (if you’re into the whole bar scene, that is). Regardless, if you’re staring at your cruise ticket, you’ve likely two questions already in your mind: what are the prices of alcoholic beverages on my cruise ship, and can I bring my own alcohol onboard? 480 more words
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Cruising with a sweet tooth? You’re not alone. Gone are the days when you had to resort to stashed bags of M&Ms and hidden reservoirs of Swedish Fish to satisfy your oh-so-sweet cravings at sea – today’s cruise chefs cater to the savory and sweet aficionados alike. 282 more words
The 30th anniversary edition of “Berlitz Cruising & Cruise Ships 2015” guidebook, written by British author Douglas Ward has been released this month (Insight Guides). His very popular and highly rated guide is considered by many to be the Bible of all cruise ship guides. 337 more words
The Next Idea (TNI), Engaged In Providing Spanking New Food Experiences For Passengers on Royal Caribbean’s New Vessel, “Quantum of The Seas”
Over the past two decades, consumers have become increasingly discerning about their food and travel experiences. Understanding that food tourism has now become an important part of the travelers’ lexicon, world-renowned cruise line Royal Caribbean engaged multi-national company The Next Idea (TNI) to create and develop innovative dining concepts for five of their on-board restaurants on their new sailing vessel, “ 584 more words
Ignoring the risks that are presented by the defendant are not a way to prove your claim.
Magazine v. Royal Caribbean Cruises, LTD., 2014 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 41092
Mary Magazine, Plaintiff, v. Royal Caribbean Cruises, LTD. d/b/a Royal Caribbean International, Defendant.
CASE NO. 5,635 more words