Cruise Away From Crowds With Hurtigruten

It’s no secret mainstream cruising is hugely popular with families; outdoor activities, on-shore attractions and kid-friendly food — what’s not to like? But sharing an oversized vessel with thousands of other passengers, no matter how tall the water slide or how big the poolside movie screen — might not be right for your family, especially […]

New Excursions on Two-Night Cruise Let You Explore Grand Bahama

What’s held your family back from taking a cruise? Maybe you can’t find the time or it’s out of your budget. Or maybe you’re afraid of getting stir-crazy on board. One cruise line aims to address all of these concerns. Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line is the only provider of year-round, two-night cruises departing daily from the […]

Disney Announces Return of Star Wars and Marvel Days at Sea

Disney Cruise Lines brings back two family-friendly sailing experiences, with Star Wars Day at Sea and Marvel Day at Sea in 2020. The experiences will take place on Disney Fantasy and Disney Magic cruises to the Caribbean and Bahamas, during seven- and five-night itineraries. The Star Wars Day at Sea takes place during Disney Fantasy […]

Dreaming of Iceland? Iceland Procruises’ 2020 Trips on Sale

It’s no secret Iceland has become one of Europe’s hottest destinations in recent years. Families looking for a way to enjoy their visit without getting lost in the shuffle might want to consider an expedition cruise via Iceland ProCruises, which just issued its 2020 itineraries ­— that’s right, 2020. That’s because the company, which specializes […]

Adventure Cruising with the Family

Cruises are one of the vacation types that seem nearly perfectly engineered for families with children. Sure, there are plenty of adult activities, but the plethora of pools, relatively contained environment and a number of other kid-friendly draws means mainstream cruise lines will likely always have a number of children on them. Cruises themselves are […]

Bigger, Better: Royal Caribbean’s Symphony of the Seas is a Floating Resort

It’s here. Royal Caribbean’s much-talked-about Symphony of the Seas — the world’s largest cruise ship — made its U.S. debut and is sailing out of Miami’s newest cruise terminal. How big is it? The ship, sailing Mediterranean itineraries from Barcelona, Spain, since making its inaugural voyage April 7, 2018, can hold a whopping 5,518 guests […]