About Cruising

Many people think of cruises as  floating restaurants which stop at various shopping outlets, in warm locations. We would like to tell you that there is much more to cruising than a week in the Caribbean.  Cruise ships come in many sizes and shapes and sail the seven seas, providing a myriad of tour opportunities. Large cruise ships are also an excellent choice for those large family get-a-ways.

One great advantage to a cruise tour is being able to travel from one destination to another without having to waste time and energy packing and unpacking and checking in and out of hotels. At the end of a busy or relaxing day ashore, all you need do is come back on board and head for the dining room and the show.

Large Cruise ships have improved over the years and can provide a very smooth trip. Major cruise lines are having larger and larger new ships built with ever increasing amenities. Most are an excellent travel value, if you don’t go overboard (figuratively speaking) with your bar tab, casino spending and shore side excursions, not to mention the art auctions, our personal spending downfall.

Perhaps the idea of traveling with 2500+ other passengers is not your idea of a fun time. We are going to introduce you to several other cruising possibilities that fall way outside of what we have come to expect from cruises.

Please click to find out the advantages of:

Small boat cruises
River boat cruises
Barge Cruising