Where Will You Go In 2015?

The New Year marks a new beginning. For some, it is the start of a path toward a goal, while for others it is a time to reflect on the accomplishments of the past year. But for many world travelers, the New Year brings into focus one simple question: Where will I go in 2015?…

2015-2016 Winter Collection Now Open

The excitement was palpable this morning when we officially opened reservations for our 2015-2016 Winter Collection. Featuring more than 150 ports of call in 50 countries and the distinctive opportunity to explore each destination in depth with FREE Unlimited Shore Excursions, these voyages are not to be missed. Collectively, our three luxury ships will sail…

New Winter Destinations for 2015-2016

The 2015-2016 Winter Collection truly spans the world with new and diverse itineraries, plus 8 new ports of call in Asia, the Caribbean and South America. Before we officially open for reservations on Wednesday, October 15, take a moment to read about the new additions from this exciting collection. Boracay Island, Philippines Boracay Island is…

Sail, Sip & Savor George Town, Grand Cayman

By Mara Papatheodorou, your Tastes & Traditions Expert Azure waters, pristine beaches, rainbow colored fish and phenomenal flora and fauna are alluring elements of Grand Cayman, the largest of the three Caribbean Cayman Islands. George Town, the capital, offers serious duty-free shopping and delicious dining. Cocktails and cuisine blend sun, soul and cultures that seduce…

More than just Seashells in the Eastern Caribbean

By Lori Verderame The Caribbean is a great site for sun worshippers as well as collectors. Seashells were the first collectibles dating back to the golden age of sea exploration. In the 1500s thru the 1800s, sailors brought home seashells of all kinds from exotic locales. These seashells were made into many different conversation pieces…

Explore More: Haunted Key West

By: Terry Ward The attractive pastel-colored bungalows blooming with bougainvillea and happy-go-lucky Conch Republic citizens will likely be your first impressions during a port call in America’s southernmost slice of paradise. But delve deeper in conversation with the decidedly superstitious Key West locals and you’ll surely be regaled with fascinating tales of haunted places that…

Sail, Sip and Savor Cozumel, Mexico

By Mara Papatheodorou, your Tastes & Traditions Expert It is all about Mayan magic and water sports on Cozumel, the picturesque island off of the Eastern coast of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. Initially a port of trade for Mayan seafarers, ancient relics of their endeavors are now scattered throughout the area. El Cedral has little trace of…