MSC Cruises are set to return the UK next year by bringing MSC Magnifica to our shores between March and October. This ship is essentially MSC’s Linda Lusardi: Italian roots with a British accent.
More details have emerged as to what’s going on during the current refit for Caribbean Princess.
Last week I wrote about the plethora of upgrades to the youth and family facilities. It’s long been said that “a family who eats together, stays together” – so let’s talk food.
Cruise & Maritime Voyages’ (CMV) newest ship has started her long journey to her new home. Today Pacific Pearl left Sydney for the last time on a farewell 16 night cruise to Singapore via Queensland and Indonesia. Her arrival in the UK signals something different for the British cruising family.
Despite what the name might suggest, Caribbean Princess is no stranger to British waters and she’s back in Southampton in 2017.
Princess Cruises have recently announced a refit which is scheduled to take place before the 112,000 tonne ship arrives here. Starting next week in the Bahamas, the two week refit comes packed with changes that will benefit families
Family cabins are great when you’re travelling with children. They mean that you can economically fit your whole tribe in one room and clever uses of space make this not only possible, but easy. However, with young kids – it’s not always plain sailing to use bunk beds.
Figures out from the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) have revealed that 2016 was a record year for the cruise industry in the UK.
Across the world, more than 25 million people took a cruise in 2016 and 1.9 million of these were British – this equates to almost 3% of the population.
The Anchor Man’s answers to the ten questions I ask everyone.
I love hearing about different views and experiences of other people who’ve cruised. Here are my answers to the ten questions I ask everyone.