The cruise industry is one of the fastest growing sectors in the mass tourism market, with 24 million passengers sailing in 2016, compared to just 1.4 million in 1980. And a growing […]
David Moorcroft has made 66 cruise voyages in almost every part of the world, crossed the Atlantic by ship six times, and for more than 30 years has written about his experiences to the benefit of those interested in seeing the world by ship. He was a writer for the Southam Group for many years and his cruising reviews appeared in many of their papers, such as the Montreal Gazette, Vancouver Sun, and Hamilton Spectator as well as in magazines such as Luxury and Orlando. He then wrote a cruising blog for a North American cruise agency, and contributed to the Bell Sympatico travel site. David is a member of the North American Travel Journalists Association.
Near the end of the South American continent in wind-swept Otway Sound, the charming colony of Magellanic penguins are a delight to behold.
The snow-capped volcanoes, emerald forests and pristine lakes of southern Chile appeared on our port side as we sailed into the Gulf of Ancud and dropped anchor off the coast of Puerto […]
Knowing how cruise lines score in annual award competitions is a good place to start when looking for a ship that suits your lifestyle and pocketbook.
Santiago is the perfect gateway to Chile’s best wine regions, including the stunning Colchagua Valley with its collection of world-renowned vintners.
A slow boat to Brazil’s colonial coast, fabulous cities and glittering beaches brings back memories of the golden age of cruising.
Many modern passenger vessels look more like bloated condominiums than elegant ocean liners. But do all the fabulous amenities inside a ship make up for an ugly exterior?
Maine’s charming village on the coast of Mount Desert Island is the perfect place to experience the grandeur of Acadia National Park.
America’s cradle of liberty is the perfect place to begin an autumn cruise along the maritime coasts of New England and Canada.
Cruise lines break with tradition in their zeal to find names that will make ships more marketable.