Real Travel Experts Ira & Helene Kaplan of Cruise Holidays of Marlboro join Ken of RTE Travel Talk to react to last week’s cruise headlines ...
Watch the attached video to discover what Silversea's all inclusive fare entails as Ken, host of Ask a Real Travel Expert, talks with Joe Leon, VP for Field Sales with Silversea.
During the interview which aired on April 15, 2021, these real travel experts talk about what's happening with cruising and especially cruises this summer.
Sciences Leads the Way for Royal Caribbean Group’s HVAC System Most of us are familiar with Royal Caribbean International and their fleet of cruise ships that sail the seven seas. You may not be quite so familiar with the parent company Royal Caribbean Group which encompasses several cruise lines to include: Royal [...]
Small Ship Cruising In these days of “bigger is better”, many discriminating cruisers are opting for small ship cruising instead. Before we get into the reasons why, perhaps we should define what is commonly referred to as “small ship”. The term can vary depending on who is defining it – [...]
There are two special events in travel concerning designated arbitrary lines on the globe: crossing the Equator which separates the Northern and Southern Hemispheres and crossing the International Date Line.
Here are just a few of the reasons you should consider an Alaska cruise this year: 1 .This is a cruise for all ages – from children to seniors. There is something to do ...
Are you an avid ocean cruiser but have yet to try out a European river cruise? It is probably not too much of an exaggeration to say that river cruising is about as different from ocean cruising as an all inclusive resort is different to an ocean cruise ship.
While Valletta in Malta is a spectacular tourist destination and popular cruise port in the Mediterranean, do not hesitate to venture further inland in your exploration of this tiny island. One town you should not miss is the walled city of Mdina.
All the “popular” cruise itineraries visit the most “popular” ports of call. It is a question of the hen versus the egg – which came first. Are the more popular ports the result of the popular itineraries? Partially, yes. That is why you see ...