South American Spectacular Aboard Carnival Cruises

Entranced by the services and scenery, Danielle Moore from Cruiseabout Auckland shares just what made her Carnival Cruises experience so memorable. As there’s so much to see and do on board Carnival Splendor, it’s hard to summarise the many things which make this cruise ship so remarkable. Picture yourself on a mobile resort with the many facilities you’d expect a resort to have – swimming pools, … Continue reading


Glamour and Luxury Aboard P&O Cruises Britannia

Next year’s cruise season will see P&O Cruises expanding it’s range to 200 cruises across 8 ships, as well as launching their latest ship – Britannia. Glamour and sophistication on the high seas will be the hallmark of the cruise line ship Britannia. Setting sail in February 2015, the ship will be welcomed at more than a dozen new destinations including Scotland, Norway and Corsica. … Continue reading


Red Frogs and WaterWorks on Carnival Legend

Where on the world’s oceans would you expect to find a Red Frog and WaterWorks? Aboard Carnival Legend, where fun for everyone is all part of the experience. The cruise ship has emerged from a multi-million dollar upgrade in The Bahamas, which includes the tropics-inspired Red Frog Pub and aqua park WaterWorks. Big kids and small are guaranteed to get wet in the WaterWorks aqua … Continue reading


New Ports of Call for Regent Seven Sea Cruises

Cruise travellers looking for new destinations to visit will soon have more options in Europe, Africa and the Mediterranean from Regent Seven Sea Cruises. The cruise line’s 2015 Collection includes several new ports of call in addition to existing itineraries for the fleet of 3 ships. Northern Europe ports in Sweden, the UK and Russia will be visited by the Seven Seas Voyager cruise ship, … Continue reading


Taste of Royalty Aboard the Queen Elizabeth

With the Queen Elizabeth cruise ship docked in Auckland’s port as part of her 118 night journey around the world, Debbie Christian from Cruiseabout Auckland stepped aboard for a visit. Her Majesty hosted me for lunch today and it was superb. The Queen Elizabeth is one of the Cunard line’s classic ships, adorned in an art deco style. It’s currently home to 2000 passengers on … Continue reading