Cruise Destinations

Belize: the transformation of Port Coral

Construction has begun on a new docking facility for cruise ships near Belize City. The construction manager for the Port Coral project is Inter-coastal Marine Incorporated Company, one of the leading marine construction companies in Central America and the Caribbean. The project includes two “finger piers” (two parallel quays) which can accommodate four cruise ships […] Read more

World Cruise 2022/23 with the new Viking Neptune

The “Thinking Person’s Cruise Line” is about to give its Passengers a Ph.D. on the most immersive voyage imaginable. Since its start in 1997, Viking Cruises have taken thousands of travelers on destination-focused itineraries on rivers and oceans around the world. Its chairman, Torstein Hagen, has charted his award-winning line’s immersive voyages to cater to […] Read more

In Magellan’s footsteps with Australis

Australis Cruises Patagonia offers unique itineraries which follow Magellan’s routes on the 500th anniversary of his explorations. A truly unforgettable cruise experience. Once it was an unknown sea, a cold Antarctic area with inhospitable people. On November 1, 1520 Magellan decided to explore it with sailing ships and from then exactly 500 years have gone […] Read more

Oceanwide Expeditions: the wonder of birds

Oceanwide Expeditions offers marvelous itineraries to discover birds, from the far south to the far north. For next year, Oceanwide has organized a number of special cruises for bird lovers and those who want to photograph birds. These exciting trips visit spectacular places in the Arctic, like Spitsbergen and Greenland, and places to the south […] Read more

8 Reasons to Take a Scenic Cruise Along the Danube

Scenic River Cruises: a river cruise on the Danube in the experience told by our Monte Mathews. Informations and recomendations for a great voyage in this report by Cruising Journal. Luxury from Budapest to Nuremburg Taking an Australian ship on a river cruise through the heart of Europe may seem counterintuitive. But Scenic has been […] Read more

Viking Cruises: Discovering Europe through the Danube

Viking River Cruises‘ Danube: one of the best ways to experience Europe. Let’s discover how to visit Europe while on board a great river fleet with Monte Mathews and Cruising Journal. There are two universal truths about Viking River Cruises. One: literally everyone you talk to wants to take one. And two: everyone who wants […] Read more

Viking River Cruises will take to the Mississippi in 2022

Rolling on the River: Viking River Cruises will take to the Mississippi in 2022. Let’s discover the itineraries with Cruising Journal and Monte Mathews. Not only is Viking River Cruises by far the world’s largest fleet of river going passenger ships, it plies more rivers than any other cruise line.  From Portugal’s Douro River to […] Read more

The SeaDream I ready for the Caribbean season

The SeaDream I will be the first cruise ship to depart from Great Britain after months of shutdown caused by the pandemic. A transatlantic 17-day sail is scheduled for the ship’s repositioning to Barbados. Despite the new security measures put in place by Great Britain, the SeaDream Yacht Club’s ship will leave from Portsmouth on […] Read more

Seadream Yacht Club: restarting from the Caribbean

SeaDream Yacht Club has confirmed that it is ready to start the winter season in the Caribbean, thanks to a careful plan coordinated with the local authorities and the strict health and safety protocols already put in place during the summer season in Norway. It will certainly not be simple, because of the health procedures […] Read more

The Aranui 5 sets off again to discover the Marquesas

Aranui Cruises will begin sailing with passengers again on August 8, 2020 heading toward the marvelous Marquesas Islands in French Polynesia. The resumption of cruising was made possible by the lifting of local travel restrictions in French Polynesia starting on July 15th. Just one cruise, reserved strictly for local passengers, already took place on July 18th. […] Read more