A cruise from San Juan delivers more ports in less time than a traditional sailing from Florida.
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.
While some like it hot, cool-weather cruises are becoming increasingly popular.
During the “Golden Age” of Portugal, Lisbon was one of Europe’s greatest cities. And Iberia’s city on the Tagus still shines bright.
Florence is a living museum of Renaissance art and architecture, and home to some of the world’s most beautiful masterpieces.
The right combination of sea and port days make for a much more enjoyable cruise ship vacation.
“Rome is the city of echoes, the city of illusions, and the city of yearning.” – Giotto di Bondone, Italian painter and architect
“Maid of Athens, ere we part, Give, oh give me back my heart!” – Lord Byron
Great civilizations once thrived along the Aegean coast, where they built magnificent cities with grand buildings.
Discover how to get the best from your culinary experience at sea.
“You die and go to heaven; I’ll stay here in Bermuda.” – Mark Twain