Taking a leisurely cruise to Hawaii from the west coast of North America is one of the most relaxing and luxurious ways to visit this tropical paradise. And while the destination is […]
David Moorcroft has taken 72 cruise voyages in almost every part of the world, crossed the Atlantic by ship six times, and for more than 35 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, Calgary Herald, Vancouver Sun, and Hamilton Spectator as well as in the Globe and Mail and Toronto Star, and 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.
Mayans made Isla Cozumel a sacred place where they built temples to worship their gods. But when the Mayan civilization was decimated, their island fell into obscurity until its magnificent coral reefs […]
At the risk of losing his job and never finding work again in the cruise industry, a veteran Captain reveals some of the darkest secrets of cruising that passengers are never supposed […]
Grand Cayman may be the epi-centre of the Caribbean’s off-shore banking industry, but it’s the islands beautiful beaches, coral reefs and gorgeous diving sites that draw most people to this underwater paradise.
Hopping aboard a cruise ship and sailing off into the sunset is a great way to get away from it all. In fact, a cruise ship may be one of the few […]
As we depart Cannes for a voyage across the Ligurian Sea to Corsica, Sardinia and the Italian Riviera, we soon discover that as beautiful as these destinations are, getting there on a […]
At sea, romantics are more likely to get lovesick than seasick. In fact, most Canadian travelers believe that cruise ships are one of the most romantic places in the world. And […]
Medieval charm, beautiful art galleries and lovely vistas go hand in hand in the winding, stepped streets of Saint Paul-de-Vence.
She is possibly the greatest ocean liner ever built. She’s the Queen Mary 2, the only liner built since the Queen Elizabeth 2 in 1969, and the last ship still offering a […]
Uruguay’s capital is an eclectic mixture of beautiful beaches, grand plazas, wonderful parrillas and decaying mansions that would look at home in Havana. In other words, Montevideo is a feast for both […]