Cuba up close on Celestyal sailing

September 7, 2020 0

Music in the air, salsa dancing, mojitos and, most of all, brightly colored vintage cars: I didn’t have to look for “spirit of place” here — this could only be Cuba. But now that U.S. […]

Native insights on Alaskan Dream Cruises sailing

September 6, 2020 0

With a rapt audience gathered in the ship’s lounge, Alaskan Dream Cruises’ onboard naturalist Simon Hook was giving his slideshow presentation about humpback whales when his audience ran for the doors. He wouldn’t have wanted […]

Contrasting calls on Royal Caribbean sailing

September 6, 2020 0

I recently had a chance to visit two of the Caribbean destinations developed at least in part by Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. One, the Haitian private port of call of Labadee, exceeded my expectations. The […]

Ecofriendly Antarctica sailing aboard Aurora ship

September 3, 2020 0

Australia-based Aurora Expeditions’ new flagship, the 77-cabin Greg Mortimer, launched in late 2019. The ship, designed for Arctic and Antarctic sailings, can carry a maximum of 126 passengers, twice the capacity of Aurora’s previous craft, […]