Cruise Safely

By Samantha Davis Friedman of travelagewest.com Traveling abroad can provide once-in-a-lifetime, bucket-list-worthy experiences, so most people are willing to endure long flights and navigate ever-changing airline and TSA policies in order to see new and exciting places. But, there are three words that strike fear in the hearts of...

by Michael Isenbek of travelpulse.com Hurricane Danny may be downgraded to a tropical storm by the time it reaches the Caribbean’s Leeward Islands, but that doesn’t mean the region isn’t battening down the hatches, the Associated Press reported. As of Saturday afternoon, the Category 1 storm was 635 miles east...

By Bridget Creel of thedailymeal.com Vacation is finally here. You have spent the past few months working, planning, and organizing your cruise vacation, and now it’s time to celebrate. Something else to celebrate is your good health. It is easy to fall off the deep end —...

by Krista Davidson of thetelegram.com How would you behave if you were on a passenger ship at sea in the event of an emergency? That’s what Marine Institute research scientist Robert Brown is trying to determine. In a province mostly surrounded by water, travel by sea is not unusual. Large...

by Tom Bastek of travelpulse.com If an international road trip is in your future, you should probably have a good idea about whether or not your driver’s license actually has any kind of restrictions or reciprocity at all in the countries you are going to visit.  To help...

If the waiting list to purchase a unit on The World - Residences at Sea is too long for your liking, or the fact there are only the 160 owners, a new option is available. You can purchase a suite on the Crystal Exclusive class vessel, which is yet...

by Tom Stieghorst, Special for USA TODAY In the wake of a terrorist attack on the U.S. consulate in Istanbul earlier this month, Costa Cruises has decided to cancel its remaining port calls in Turkey for 2015. Costa said the three ships that visit Turkey, including stops in Izmir and...

A syndicated article recently hit the news wires featuring The Big Nude Cruise. Several news outlets published the story, such as Fox Travel's article The Awkward Truth About Nude Cruises, each edited and slanted the story to meet their market. The key message the original article presented...

by theguardian.com The crew of the luxury liner Queen Mary II were searching on Saturday for a crew member who went overboard off the coast of Newfoundland. The cruise line, Cunard, said the ship had turned around to retrace its voyage in order to search for the missing person, but...

by Chris Kitching for MailOnline Dramatic video has emerged showing a pensioner being airlifted from a cruise ship in the middle of the sea after he required emergency treatment for what was eventually diagnosed as Legionnaires’ disease.