Archive for the ‘Cruise Ships Review’ Category

Viking Sea

Tuesday, October 4th, 2016
The Viking Sea in Venice (Courtesy Viking Ocean Cruises)

The Viking Sea in Venice (Courtesy Viking Ocean Cruises)

The non-traditional layout and understated Scandinavian décor of the Viking Sea is so impressive to give the feeling of being in a deluxe hotel rather than on a ship. (Steven B Stern) (more…)

Viking Ingvi

Tuesday, September 6th, 2016
Viking Ingvi in Cologne (Photo Rolf Heinrich, Köln)

Viking Ingvi in Cologne (Photo Rolf Heinrich, Köln)

The Ingvi is a sister ship to the dozens of 190-passenger “long boat class” Viking riverboats entering service since 2012. (Steven B Stern)

Costa Atlantica

Tuesday, March 6th, 2012

What type of North American passenger would like this type of Costa cruise? A value oriented traveler who has traveled in Europe preferably on land rather than ship. (Linda Allen)

Norwegian Epic

Tuesday, February 28th, 2012

The vibe and excitement on the Norwegian Epic is palpable. The target market is young and active. I was surprised at how much there is to see and do. (Linda Allen)

Celebrity Summit

Tuesday, February 21st, 2012

The Summit is a sister to the other very popular Millennium Class ships which have all been undergoing the process of being “Solsticized”. (Linda Allen)

Cruise Ships Review

Sunday, July 24th, 2011

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Azamara Journey

Monday, January 10th, 2011

A 700 passenger ship is a luxury unto itself. The Journey is a unique experience to mature well traveled adults who want to experience destinations rather than just stop in ports. (Linda Allen)

Cruise And Maritime Services’ Marco Polo

Tuesday, January 4th, 2011

Built in the early 60s, in East Germany as the Alexander Pushkin, this ship was one of several sisters, and has undergone numerous substantial modifications during her now very long life. Now she is operated by Cruise and Maritime Voyages, targetting the British Market. (Matthew Sudders)