The Sea is Calling
As if his surname wasn’t a clue, destiny seems to have led Richard Cruse to becoming the first Sailing Master aboard the world’s newest and largest tall ship, Golden Horizon, which will spectacularly grace Australian waters next summer…
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.
Slow Travel – on the world’s largest sailing ship
As life gets faster and Christmas comes round ever quicker, it’s ironical – but anecdotally welcome – that one of the fastest-growing trends in tourism is the art of slow travel – and in particular, slow cruising.
Cruise Review – Crystal Debussy
Take a trip on the Crystal Debussy with our Boutique Cruise Specialist, Kirsten as she road tests this river cruise for us.
Cruise Review – Royal Clipper
Julie takes us onboard the magnificent Royal Clipper – a review in her words.
Cruise Review – Silver Muse
If your only complaint is that it wasn’t long enough – then that’s pretty high praise. Rejana from our team reviews the Silver Muse.
Cruise Review – Kimberley Quest II
With only 18 guests, the Kimberley Quest II is a sensational, personal and wonderful experience. Find out about Del’s journey here.
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.
Cruise Review – ms Jahan on the Mekong
Bet you didn’t expect the ms Jahan to be quite so lovely either!
The Antarctica Diaries – Day 8 & 9 – Caviar, Cape Horn & Harberton
Deb recounts us on her personal cruise experience in February 2020 to Antarctica aboard Ponant’s L’Austral. Its the final days on her adventure of a lifetime.