Category: Cruises & Boat Travel

MountBleu Resort Casino & Spa, Lake Tahoe

MountBleu Resort Casino & Spa, Lake Tahoe

A new resort comes to Lake Tahoe in the form of the 440-room  MontBleu Resort Casino & Spa (formerly known as Caesars Tahoe). In addition to having multiple restaurants, the Onsen Spa (with superb views of the Sierra Nevada mountains) and the Blu Nightclub.    They even have their own private yacht, The Bleu Wave, […]

SuperStar Libra

SuperStar Libra

Star Cruises’ SuperStar Libra – the latest addition to the Star Cruises Asia fleet – is due to arrive in Valletta, Malta today, completing the final leg of her relocation cruise ready for her inaugural season in the Eastern Mediterranean.  The new 42,000-gross tonne world class exclusive floating resort will offer an interesting diversity of […]

Inflatable private island

Inflatable private island

A private island available in minutes, this multi-use dock system inflates to a large 8′ x 8′ platform that holds eight adults and can serve as a mooring station for small boats, kayaks, and wave runners. For mobile water adventure, a durable strap in one corner hooks to a towrope for towing up to four […]

Ice bar at sea

Ice bar at sea

The first ice bar at sea will debut on Celebrity Cruises‘ Century when the ship emerges from its on-going $55m ‘revitalization’ today. The Martini Bar will feature a liquid wall that freezes to form a sparkling crystalline appearance and a bar counter that freezes into ice-cold stone, while a solid block of ice will display […]

Temples and Gardens of Ancient Japan cruise

Temples and Gardens of Ancient Japan cruise

Join Clipper Cruise Line for an extraordinary voyage to the Temples and Gardens of Ancient Japan, departing 1st June 2006 aboard their award-winning small-ship Clipper Odyssey. Experience the unmistakable beauty of Japan’s elegant gardens, ancient castles, and opulent temples and shires as you travel in the company of a distinguished group of onboard historians and […]

Keel laying ceremony for Cunard's Queen Victoria

Keel laying ceremony for Cunard’s Queen Victoria

A ceremony marking the keel laying for Cunard Line’s Queen Victoria has been held at the Marghera shipyard of Fincantieri near Venice, Italy. The second largest ship ever built for Cunard will take to the water in January next year and enter service on 11th December 2007. It will become the third in Cunard’s fleet […]

$99 off Caribbean and Bermuda 2007-2008 with Royal Caribbean

$99 off Caribbean and Bermuda 2007-2008 with Royal Caribbean

From the tropical-sand beaches of Bermuda and the Caribbean to the quaint, rocky New England/Canadian coastline, the Royal Caribbean 2007-2008 cruise vacations are packed with new adventures you’ll never forget. Make your reservations now to take advantage of the $99 savings per stateroom on select Caribbean or Bermuda cruises.   Offer expires on 11th June […]

Experience the benefits of a Royal Caribbean Visa credit card

Experience the benefits of a Royal Caribbean Visa credit card

With Royal Caribbean Rewards every time you use your Royal Caribbean Visa credit card to make a purchase, you’ll earn points toward onboard credits, stateroom upgrades, Royal Caribbean apparel, cruise discounts and even  free cruises! If this sounds like the card for you, you can get more information and apply via this link.

2007 Alaskan cruises with Royal Caribbean

2007 Alaskan cruises with Royal Caribbean

Dog-sledding, glacier-trekking, unparalleled wildlife-watching and so much more! Experience Alaska on a stunning cruise vacation adventure. Royal Caribbean have added a magnificent new port of call (Prince Rupert, British Columbia) and all-new cruisetours to their Alaska sailings for 2007.   You can even journey farther inland and explore Denali National Park and relax in natural […]

Royal Caribbean 2007-2008 cruise season

Royal Caribbean 2007-2008 cruise season

Over the next few weeks, Royal Caribbean will be revealing their exciting 2007 and 2008 itineraries. If you sign up for their email updates, you will get information on new destinations as they open for reservations, special limited-time offers of $99 off per stateroom, and information on future sailings of their newest ship, Libert of […]

Freedom of the Seas in Hamburg

Freedom of the Seas in Hamburg

The world’s biggest cruise ship, the Freedom of the Seas, has drawn a crowd of thousands in Hamburg ahead of its maiden transatlantic voyage.   The Finnish-built vessel and flagship of Royal Caribbean International, Freedom of the Seas, will have a thorough check and final polish at Germany’s Blohm and Voss shipyard. The crew had […]

Think ahead to the Cricket World Cup 2007

Think ahead to the Cricket World Cup 2007

The International Cricket Council’s World Cricket Cup will be held 11 March through 30 April 2007 in the Caribbean.   Fraser Yachts Worldwide, a leading travel charter vacation company, has been busy keeping up with the demand for private charter yachts for the World Cricket Cup. Experienced charter clients often book a year or so […]

Experience the British Virgin Islands through Bitter End Yacht Club

Experience the British Virgin Islands through Bitter End Yacht Club

Whether aboard a luxurious 45-foot catamaran with a captain and chef or a fully-provisioned spacious Moorings 332, two new packages offer unique ways to experience Bitter End Yacht Club. Guests can see and do it all with the ultimate Island Cruise and Admiral’s Yacht-Villa packages allowing discerning travelers to explore Bitter End and all of […]

Living on a cruise ship

Living on a cruise ship

The idea of living on a cruise ship might have long been a pipe dream for many people, but it’s slowly becoming a reality for a few. Four Seasons Ocean Residences  is a 42,500 ship with $2.5 to $15 million residences (depending on whole or part ownership), expected to be ready by 2008. This news […]

Solar-powered boat

Solar-powered boat

It might look like a cheap pedalo but that canopy you see in the picture is in fact a solar panel. Safe, clean, quiet, effortless to operate, virtually-maintenance free, and requiring minimal nautical knowledge, this boat is capable of ferrying up to 4 adults. Its ergonomic seats promote pure relaxation while the 700-watt electric motor […]

Cruising on the Paul Gauguin

Cruising on the Paul Gauguin

Book a cruise on  Radisson Seven Seas Cruises‘  Paul Gaugin before 31st March 2006 and you can enjoy one of their 7-night Society Island trips for less than $2,000 per person.  This fabulous ship leaves Papeete, Tahiti every Saturday before cruising around the South Seas islands. Two days are spent in Bora Bora and two […]