Australia’s Great Barrier Reef — A Cruising Guide – QuirkyCruise.com
Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, a story of three visits over the decades by QuirkyCruise.com’s Ted Scull
Cruise review of PS Emmylou by Murray River Paddlesteamers
The whistle blows, the engine hisses, the paddles splish and splosh and you ever-so-gently and imperceptibly become part of the river’s mellow rhythm. Come join Andrew on a review of the PS Emmylou on the Murray River.
Cruise Review – Adventure Canada – Greenland & Wild Labrador
Ever wondered what the Arctic is like? Wonder no more, here’s our latest cruise review all about Greenland and Arctic Canada.
Small is the New Big in Cruising
Small will be the new big in the post-Covid cruise market, according to Australia’s most experienced small ship cruising specialist, Cruise Traveller, with more people drawn to the appeal of boutique, river and expedition ships carrying less than 500 passengers
Why I can’t wait to cruise again
Here’s the opinion of one of our guests on the future of travel and cruising – Moira Mevissen.
The Freedom of Solo Cruising
According to data from a global Solo Travel survey in 2019, 76 per cent of people have either travelled alone or are considering it
Five Free things to do in Paris
The best things in life are free, especially when you are in gay Pareee….
Cruising into Christmas
It feels like I’ve been embedded in a Christmas card. In under 24 hours “I’ve been transported from a sizzling Sydney summer in Australia to a winter wonderland in Europe, celebrating our happiest season of all.”
Travel Insurance – affordable peace of mind
From lost luggage to emergency medical evacuations, we know that travel insurance is a must for any well-planned holiday.
All aboard the Christmas of a lifetime
Sick of cooking, cleaning and the rush that we call Christmas day but want to be with your family? Why not take them with you on an expedition cruise?