In August I sailed on Enchanted Princess but it did not provide the enchanting experience I have come to expect from Princess Cruises…
During half term I had the joy of saying Hi to Sky! As I sailed onboard Sky Princess for the firs time, visiting Scandanvian shores.
P&O Iona managed to fix my disastrous relationship with P&O – keep reading to find out how.
In June I sailed on MSC Virtuosa, in this review we will determine whether she truly is a Masterpiece At Sea.
In a pandemic the muster drill was not going to be possible…MSC pioneered a new modern form of muster drill.
In a world that damned cruise ships as ‘plague ships’ is it possible to cruise safely during a pandemic? MSC showed the world that it is safe!
We all long for travel bans to be lifted…But until then let this post whisk you away to Canada and New England!
Back in September I had the privilege of staying in the beautiful Artezen Hotel in New York City – This review will help you to discover this boutique gem!
Recently, I flew British Airways for the first time in a few years and it can be summed up by saying: My how the mighty have fallen! Check out all the grim details in my review.
Sapphire Princess, how I wish I was still on you! Sapphire Princess was launched in 2004, making her the grand old age of 15 years old – To this end she is also the oldest Princess ship I have sailed on; she was also the smallest Princess ship I have ever sailed on holding a mere 2,670 guests (any non-cruisers reading this will think how on earth is that small!? But once you have been on a ship that holds 6,360 passengers,