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Warnemunde, Germany

A sleepy little village of 5,000, Warnemunde, Germany has not quite woken up to the advantages of having cruise ships stop here.  Cruise ships began stopping here only about five years ago, so it’s not touristy or commercialized yet … prices are still reasonable. 94 more words


Bon Voyage

I was 11 years old when I traded in my stable land legs and braved the seas for the first time. Like many, I was nervous to leave shore and spend a whole week out in the open waters. 239 more words

Cruise Ships


The Castelo de São Jorge (Castle of Saint George) sits on the highest peak in Lisbon. It was here that Sarah and I ran off to the morning we arrived. 530 more words


Maritime ports hosting hurricane-diverted cruise ships

Ports around the Maritimes have been welcoming thousands of unexpected travellers due to hurricane Irma.

Two cruise ships were diverting to Port Saint John in New Brunswick – one Wednesday and another Thursday – bringing an influx of roughly 5,000 passengers. 326 more words


Cruising on Majesty: A blast from the past

My mother took me on my first cruise in 1990, when I was 13 years old. She loved cruising, and I got to spend a lot of time with her on cruise ships – which is no doubt a big part of why I still cruise every chance that I get. 251 more words

Royal Caribbean

Cruising for the Clueless

After five years of working on-board a cruise ship, and another five months of working logistics for multiple cruise lines, I think I can finally pin point some of the most common mistakes or oversights people make when travelling by cruise ship. 803 more words


Should you go to the Crown & Anchor event? (Heck yes!)

At the time of our Majesty cruise, my husband and I were at the Platinum level of the Royal Caribbean Crown and Anchor Society, which gives frequent Royal cruisers bonuses for their loyalty. 310 more words