What’s for breakfast? Green eggs and ham,
of course! You know your kids are in for a colourful treat when a cruise
company offers events like the Green Eggs and Ham breakfast with The Cat in the
Hat and Friends.
Eden has a very busy schedule in 2016. The ship
will sail out of Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne, Fremantle, Cairns and Singapore
as it travels around Australia.
The refurbished Pacific Eden was launched late last year and with its sister ship, Aria, brings a new standard to Australian
cruising. The buffet is gone – replaced by modern food stations offering guests
a plethora of choice, including a range of healthy options. For travellers who prefer
specialty restaurants, Luke Mangan’s Salt grill offers a modern, fine-dining
Crystal Cruises, the world’s most awarded luxury cruise line, brings its
expertise and excellence to river cruising. Five luxury all-suite, yacht-style
river vessels, built by German shipyard Lloyd Werft, are scheduled to launch late
March 2017. Each will feature Crystal’s signature all-inclusive six-star service,
plus a fresh approach to traditional river itineraries with generous provision
of overnight stays and unique shore experiences.
glamorous capital of Melbourne has become a popular summer cruise hub in recent
years, offering high-seas holidays to the south, the west, Tasmania, New
Zealand and beyond. And in good news for anyone living in Victoria, there’s a
growing number of options when it comes to ships and itineraries; here are five
of the best for the summer of 2017.
Here’s the thing about choosing a cruise ship cabin:
you need to understand what kind of cruiser you are. Some cruise lines will
have more than 20 types of cabins or “staterooms” so it can be confusing
whether you are a first-time cruiser – or a more experienced sea-goer. Whether
you love socialising – so plan to spend little time in your cabin – or prefer
your own company and private space, most cruise lines have the room for you.
There are four broad categories of cabins you need to know about before
deciding which one suits your needs:
largest cruise ship arrived in Fremantle in November 2015. Here are a few facts
and figures you need to know about Australia’s largest cruise ship, Royal Caribbean’s
Explorer of the Seas.
love cruising. More than a million took to the seas in 2014 – a milestone
that’s made Australia the fastest-growing market in the world – and this love
affair shows no sign of abating. If you’re new to Australian cruising, here are
five reasons you should get onboard.
As cruising becomes more popular, more and more families are taking holidays at sea. In fact, Cruise Lines International Association reports that some 1.5 million kids now are cruising every year. That’s no surprise when you think about what cruising offers for the whole brood – from hair-raising waterslides to bumper cars as well as dedicated zones for everything from pre-schoolers to teens. Still not convinced? Here are five reasons cruises are perfect for families.
plenty of reasons to consider a cruise for your next summer holiday; you get to
visit many destinations in one trip, and you also only have to unpack once. And
for cruise fans living in or near Sydney, there are plenty of exciting ships
and alluring itineraries to consider. Here are five of the best for the summer
Australia’s cruise hub has grown in popularity in recent years, and for good
reason. Not only are there are more ships visiting during the summer months,
but also more cruises beginning and ending in Fremantle, aiming to explore the
jewels of the west and further north. Here are five tempting options to
consider for the summer of 2017.