Disembarkation Day Tips for Families with Autism

The very last morning of a cruise can be hectic with thousands of people trying to get off the ship.So, planning the day to be as stress-free as possible is crucial, especially for parents of children with autism. To help parents make the disembarkation process as painless as possible, we are sharing our personal tips. Before… Read More

Family Tips for Cruising Quantum of the Seas

Royal Caribbean has always been a favorite cruise line with our family. My husband and I celebrated our honeymoon on the now defunct ‘Song of America’ in 1992, and it was aboard ‘Radiance of the Sea’ that our kids enjoyed their first cruise in 2005. After having cruised with Royal Caribbean numerous times over the… Read More

Five Tips to Survive the Last Day of Your Cruise

 Now that you have survived all of the pre-travel preparation and the actual cruise itself, it’s time to wrap things up and plan for your departure. Just like your pre-travel planning, it is just as important to make a checklist so that you don’t leave anything on the ship or have any problems on the… Read More

Review of our NCL Breakaway Balcony Mini Suite

  The Norwegian Breakaway operated by the Norwegian Cruise Lines has a total of 1,024 staterooms and 238 suites.With the Rockettes as its godmothers and New York City as its base, it is one of the most glamorous cruise ships navigating the high seas. Having never cruised with Norwegian cruise lines before we decided to… Read More

Three solutions to problems encountered on the Carnival Magic

As avid cruisers, we have sailed multiple times for the past decade aboard Carnival cruise ships. Over the years, the company’s  understanding and accommodations of our needs have been an inconsistent blend of hits and misses. That was the case until last year. Our 2011  Mediterranean cruise aboard the Magic exposed serious flaws in crew training… Read More

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