Are you a baby boomer traveler who prefers a more personal experience when it comes to cruising? What if you could sail the waters of Alaska’s Inside Passage on a small ship—a yacht would be nice—that anchors in a secluded bay each night, offering daytime cruise excursions for the active traveler? That’s what Alan and […]
Yes, baby boomer travelers, cruising on Seabourn really does feel like sailing on your own yacht. In Part One of my review, I wrote about the intimate spaces and luxury accommodations that we experienced on-board our Seabourn Sojourn Cruise from Rome to Ft. Lauderdale. But what about the food? Is it boring dining in the […]
Cruise crossings. I’ve written several times about how much Alan and I enjoy them. But I have a feeling that I still haven’t convinced some of our baby boomer readers about how adventurous a day at sea can be. So, today, I’m posting one of the daily programs from our recent Atlantic crossing on the […]
Updated 10.01.2018: Surviving a long cruise. Say what? The words “survive” and “cruise” don’t go together. But you’d be surprised at how frequently Alan and I are asked about how we survive long cruises. Our tips for surviving a long cruise After our first long cruise, a 52-day cruise from Vancouver to Singapore, many baby […]
I cringe when I read cruise forums where baby boomer travelers report that their luggage was delayed or did not arrive at all. Why not ship your luggage, instead? When Alan and I sailed on Regent Seven Seas Mariner from Vancouver to Singapore, Tim Macht, President of The Luggage Club (now Luggage Forward), offered us […]
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