As ships sail inland from the Pacific Ocean on their way to Guayaquil, they sail past a tropical background of green jungles, mangrove swamps and lush plantations that belie the region’s once proud […]
Clipper ships once raced across oceans to deliver precious cargoes; now they sail the Caribbean and decant passengers onto idyllic islands.
Cruising through the Pillars of Hercules to the gardens of the ‘Fortunate Isles’ and beyond.
The Society Islands of French Polynesia offer some of the world’s most stunning scenery and natural beauty.
Cruising around the Horn of South America from Chile to Argentina.
Some 100 years after it was completed, “The Big Ditch” remains an engineering marvel that can best be viewed from the deck of a cruise ship.
My friend and colleague David Moorcroft will be writing a regular column on cruising and ports of call for Gentleman’s Portion. His first column relates the story of his recent trans-Atlantic voyage […]