Seawind Cruise Line helped to establish the Aruba-based cruise market with 7-night itineraries and 6 ports of call in the deep Caribbean. Her “Connoisseur” clientele hailed from the U.S., Europe, and South America and the ship’s old world ambiance and southern circuit became a popular alternative to the mega-ships and the heavily visited eastern and western Caribbean offerings.
When you step across the threshold of a Silversea vessel, you enter a world of relaxed elegance and unprecedented standards of ultra-luxury, providing an incredible six-star rating. A yacht-like setting where the service is warm and friendly, the cuisine is superb and all accommodations are ocean-view suites.
Planet Cruise is an independent cruise travel agency dedicated to providing exceptional cruise packages to destinations around the world. Based in Portsmouth, the well-traveled team excel at creating unique cruise packages tailored to your needs. Whether it is a pre-cruise hotel stay, a land tour to pair with your days at sea or private flights and transfers across the world, Planet Cruise can plan it all with their personalised service and expertise.
For more than 40 years, Lonely Planet has said it like it is, without fear or favour. There’s a whole world of amazing sights, hotels, travel companies and gear manufacturers out there – and Lonely Planet wants to tell you which ones they believe are best. However, they never compromise opinions for commercial gain. If you read something, you can guarantee they’ve been there, had a look and are telling you what they really think. Trusted advice from a trusted source!
Porthole Cruise Magazine is a leading cruise publication. It features travel editorial designed to appeal to consumers worldwide and cruise industry insiders. It’s also a great place to get links to the cruise lines if your looking to find the perfect cruise or fancy working at sea. You can be sure to get genuine and honest information from this magazine because Bill Panoff, the Publisher and Editor-in-Chief is himself, a former Cruise Director.
Maritime Matters has been online since 1997 and presents articles on historic, preserved and contemporary cruise ships, ocean liners, and personal travel memoirs, along with links to maritime businesses, maritime museums, cruise cams, shipping news, live blogs from onboard cruise ships and thousands of photographs. This informative website is published by photographer Martin Cox and Ocean Liner journalist Peter Knego.