Some cruise ships are really big, and others are really small. The size of the ship makes a difference in the quality of the cruise experience – Steve explains the science behind it and why it matters!
Celebrity Cruises recently announced that two of its ships, the Celebrity Summit and Celebrity Infinity, are heading to drydock for major updates. The two ships are part of the fleet’s Millennium Class, the oldest vessels operated by Celebrity. They were upgraded a few years ago (the line calls this upgrade “Solisticizing” as it added many […]
The Westin Beach Resort & Spa Fort Lauderdale is an excellent choice for a stay in Fort Lauderdale, combining Westin’s signature wellness concept with a beach resort stay. This is Steve’s new favorite hotel in Fort Lauderdale!
Your cruise is all paid for before you go, but that’s not where you’ll stop spending! Check out Steve’s tips for keeping your budget in check while on a cruise.
When is a ship a boat? When is a boat a ship? Is there a difference? Steve explains so you don’t embarrass yourself on your next cruise!
Many cruises set sail each weekend during hurricane season heading for hurricane-prone destinations. What do cruisers need to know about hurricanes & tropical storms?
A guarantee stateroom on a cruise is often mis-understood. Steve explains what they are, and what you should expect if you have one.
Steve reviews the Diamond Princess, a popular vessel in the Princess Cruises fleet.
Just about every modern cruise ship has a Lido Deck. Why do they have this in common? Where did the term originate?
Steve touches upon why he believes that a cruise vacation is one of the best vacation experiences available.