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Featured: Silver Cloud to Bermuda

A last minute embarkation upgrade saw me ushered into one of the two, forward facing Royal Suites aboard this intimate six star, all inclusive ship. I have never stayed in anything like it, either before or since. The forward facing living room had a curved, semi circular wall that led out onto  a huge terrace, easily capable of accommodati ...

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Featured: Crystal Serenity to Mediterranean

Crystal Serenity is one of the most luxurious and well served ships ever built; the floating equivalent of a high end Ritz Carlton hotel, but with far more inclusivity and style. From the welcome champagne served in the lobby at embarkation to the saffron accented lamb skewers offered for dinner in Tastes one evening, the ship simply excels at the ...

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Featured: Carnival Vista to Caribbean

Cruising the Greek Islands on the Celestyal Olympia is a short, port intensive voyage that gives you a quick snapshot of the islands visited, with around four or five hours on each. With these trips often taking in two ports of call a day, it's a very fast paced adventure that takes in a lot of sights over four days. It's long on memorable ...

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Featured: Marina to Mediterranean

The Marina is a ship for those who appreciate the better things in life; fine food, flawless, attentive service, and great accommodation are the cornerstones that define a cruise aboard this beautiful ship. The interiors are simply spectacular, with much use of marble, lacquered panelling, and stunning artworks. At the heart of the ship is a cen ...

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Seven Seas Voyager to South & Central America

Six star, all inclusive and ultra deluxe, Seven Seas Voyager is one of the world's highest rated ships, and little wonder. This all suite ship has a private balcony for every room, boasts five open seating dining rooms that serve outstanding cuisine, and one of the highest staff to passenger complements of any ship afloat. The amount of deck ...

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Royal Clipper to Caribbean

Royal Clipper is truly unique; the largest purpose built sailing ship in the world. With five masts and something like forty two sails, the Royal Clipper is a vast, sea going cathedral on the ocean that just happens to carry over two hundred passengers on cruises to the Mediterranean and Caribbean. You can forget the five storey show rooms, rock ...

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Magica to Bermuda

This was a rare sailing, on an Italian ship from Florida to Bermuda and back. Needless to say, most of the passengers were American on this particular voyage. It is safe to think of Costa as the 'Italian Carnival', especially as Carnival owns and bankrolls it. And the Costa Magica herself is a direct copy of the Carnival Destiny class, r ...

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Braemar to Norwegian Fjords

Very much the 'baby' of the Fred. Olsen fleet in terms of size, Braemar has smaller cabins on average than her fleet mates, but they are very comfortable, and come with blond wood trim. With a beautiful, five storey atrium lobby and her vast, window walled interior lounges, the ship actually felt far more spacious than was truly the case. ...

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Crystal Serenity to Mediterranean

For many years, Crystal Serenity has been one of the top rated cruise ships afloat anywhere, and it is easy to see why everywhere on board. From the two storey Crystal Lobby, where passengers embark to be served champagne as a nearby waterfall tumbles gently, to the freshly made Bellini's served on deck to celebrate departure from Venice, this ...

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Legend of the Seas to Mediterranean

With Legend of the Seas, Royal Caribbean really upped its game in terms of cabin size from all of their previous vessels. But the entire ship really is a quantum leap in more ways than just one. Top of the bill for me was a beautiful, adults' only, glass walled solarium, complete with a large pool and hot tubs, a pool bar and, overhead, a sl ...

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