Norwegian Cruise Lines are 4.5 star rated which places them nicely between Carnival Cruise Line (4 star) and a number of five star lines. Cruisers enjoy dining whenever they want on Norwegian at the abundant dining facilities all over the ship! For a little bit more money you can dine in their specialty restaurant, which other cruisers report is fantastic. This line is also known to be great for kids and adults, with cruises that go to Hawaii and all around the world!
Greece has some wonderful islands including Corfu, Crete, Mykonos, Rhodes, and Santronti! To get to these islands you will sail from Athens to your destination. Santronti is the most famous island that was once a volcano. There are only three ways to get to the top, one is by cable car, another by walking, and a really odd and politically incorrect way is by donkey.
Disney Cruises are without a doubt one of the best lines for a family! Booking early is essential because nearly all Disney Cruises sell out. Here’s what you can expect based upon booking dates:
A very popular cruise is the New England/Canada starting in New York/Boston and cruise through the territories of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and eventually cruising down the St Lawrence river and ending up in Quebec City/Montreal. This North American holiday is low airfare and light on jet lag going northbound or southbound. When taking this cruise in the fall enjoy the beautiful colorful foliage during this historical cruise.
Oasis of The Seas and Allure
Royal Caribbean has truly created a paradise for kids of all ages with their ships Oasis of the Seas and Allure. Imagine yourself enjoying world-class performances in the state-of-the-art aqua theater with stadium seating and the back-drop of the ocean. A leisurely stroll down Central Park and you’re in an upscale downtown dining district. You’ll have your choice of first-class restaurants, small cafes and quaint shopping.