When cruising to Rome, Italy, I recommend my clients stay at least one day in this wonderful city. Sights including the Catacombs, Coliseum, Trevi Fountain and Spanish Steps are known worldwide and are just a few of the magnificent sites in Rome. Another great city to visit is Civitavecchia, located two hours north of Rome. Here’s my best tip when planning a cruise that includes Rome: Schedule your Rome sightseeing before or after the cruise. This way you don’t have to rush to visit all of the amazing parts of this fabulous city. This is truly one not to be missed!
As the year draws to a close we want to take this time to wish you the very best of the Holiday Season and a happy, healthy, and prosperous New Year in 2016. Many will be making resolutions for 2017 that will include spending more time with loved ones and living a better quality of life. A cruise is a perfect opportunity to get away with loved ones, spend quality time, and create memories of a lifetime. It costs nothing to find out what’s available. Act on your resolution now by contacting Arthur@ArtofCruising.com. Remember, our services are FREE!
Bermuda is unlike any other island of the Caribbean and is definitely worth while to visit. Located 600 nautical miles off the coast of North Carolina, Bermuda really isn’t a Caribbean destination although it is often grouped in the Caribbean Islands. Convenient departures from Cape Liberty, New Jersey or New York, New York make for easy passage to this British owned island. Bermuda is a great destination with plenty to do including touring brightly colored gardens, pastel painted houses, quaint villages, and pink sand beaches. There’s excellent golf and shopping making Bermuda the complete package as a cruise destination.
Vacation planning is often spur of the moment and to destinations that are not memorable when you think about them later. To avoid that, have a specialist in planning cruises assist you is selecting the port of call and activities you will remember for years to come. My name in Arthur Fessenden and I have traveled extensively to many countries as well as visited all 50 states of the United States of America.
Cruise line megaships are taking the cruise world by storm. With never-before-seen activities and amenities (plus previously unheard of square footage), mega cruise ships have something onboard for everyone. The most well-known megaships are Royal Caribbean‘s “World’s Largest Cruise Ships”, the Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas. They’re not the only megaships sailing the earth’s waters, though. Norwegian Cruise Line‘s Norwegian Epic and brand new Norwegian Breakaway ships are 155,873 and 146,600 gross tons, respectively, and have over 20 different restaurants onboard.