Cruise ships

What to Expect Onboard Cruise Ships

So you have heard about cruises, but are unsure about what to expect onboard?

Many people I chat to are surprised to discover the diverse range of options available on modern cruise holidays. No longer is cruising restricted for the privileged few.

In recent years, cruise lines have worked hard to adapt to the needs of today’s holidaymakers. And like land-based resorts, modern cruise ships offer something for everyone. There’s a cruise holiday for everyone. You just need to discover the right now for you. That’s where I come in. In this section, I cover the expansive range of facilities found on cruise ships, from cabins and suites, to speciality restaurants, luxury shopping, and jaw-dropping entertainment.

Jamie Oliver and Gennaro Contaldo Entertainment

Go Celebrity Spotting at Sea

So there I was, standing next to the man I had cooked on countless television programmes. Italian chef Gennaro Contaldo was onboard Anthem of the Seas to open Jamie Oliver’s latest sea-based restaurant and my timing could not have been better.

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Journey at Carnival LIVE Entertainment

Watch Big Acts Close-Up With Carnival LIVE

Where can you go to see your favourite musician, band, or comedian perform live? Until now you have been restricted to massive concert halls and arenas.

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Cherry Bakewell Tart Food & Drink

Dining on Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ Balmoral

I had not prepared myself for how good the food was on Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ Balmoral. Each dish was truly something to look forward to, and when paired with excellent company, mealtimes were enjoyable social affairs.

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Dessert on MSC Preziosa

MSC Cruises Partners With Four Award-Winning Celebrity Chefs

MSC Cruises is upping the ante with four celebrity chef signings in a bid to tempt food lovers onto its cruise ships. Roy Yamaguchi, Carlo Cracco, Jean-Philippe Maury, and Jereme Leung will all assist the cruise line in upping the ante on its menus.

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Tidal Slides Refurbishments

Liberty of the Seas to receive new family-friendly features

Liberty of the Seas will be the latest ship in the Royal Caribbean fleet to receive a makeover. The 3,634 passenger cruise ship will head into a month-long dry dock and emerge in February with some fantastic new family-friendly features.

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