Cruise Safely

Fun filled family vacation! Doesn’t that sound nice? Things automatically turn from average to amazing when your entire family is with you, especially on a cruise. Your kids are always going to remember the magical time they spent with you sailing though the majestic waters. Since most cruises are more or...

by laboratoryequipment.com Citric acid may prevent the highly contagious norovirus from infecting humans, scientists discovered from the German Cancer Research Center. Therefore, lemon juice could be a potentially safe and practical disinfectant against the most common pathogen of severe gastrointestinal infections. Noroviruses are the predominant cause of gastroenteritis outbreaks...

A developer has proposed a unique cable car arrangement instead of a new controversial deep-water pier proposed by the government. The Grand Cayman's is the fifth busiest cruise port in the Caribbean according to recent reports, but it’s losing ground to other destinations. One of the factors is...

by Eric Jordan of cntraveler.com Cash? In a checked bag? A watch? Rings? You don’t even have to put those items in your carry-on; they can go in your pockets or you may simply wear them. We’ve been over this before, but we’re going to go over...

The Faroe Islands mass slaughter of whales is back in the news again. Last month we did an article called Environmentalists Call for Cruise Lines Boycott, which discussed some of the issues around “the grind” which is derived from the local word Grindadráp. That article explored the topic,...

by seatrade-cruise.com The UK Marine Accident Investigation Branch has recommended Princess Cruises improve safety in shipboard swimming pools by carrying out a risk assessment and ensuring training so crew are able to take immediate action upon encountering an accident or other medical emergency. The MAIB recommendations are in...

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...