Going on a cruise is certainly an exciting experience, but packing luggage isn’t always so fun. Keep in mind that cruise ship cabins tend to be small so you don’t over pack or take unnecessary items. So what exactly will you need on your trip? Here are some helpful tips on how to pack for a cruise Read More
Ahoy there! Sailors…. Having booked your luxury cruise, you’re probably now wondering what type of clothes to pack or buy for your upcoming voyage. Don’t worry, such wardrobe jitters are common to anyone about to embark on such a once-in-a-lifetime journey. Apart from the usual casual wear which you need, e.g flip flops, sundresses, a Read More
Embarking and disembarking a cruise ship on your way to and from a voyage on a cruise liner is quite unique, and the experience is slightly different from that of a train or flight. Exercising just a little bit of preparation in advance can make all the difference to the quality of your experience. Here is Read More
Luxury cruises are one of the most popular ways of washing down a hectic month or year of boring office drudgery. Fans of all ages book trips, sometimes years in advance, to see the sights in style. The sight of an endless blue sea against a backdrop of a clear sky and salt-filled oceanic air Read More
Be honest: what springs to mind when you think about a cruising holiday? Boring people sitting in deckchairs covered in a blanket? Stuffy, formal dinner parties? There are a whole heap of misconceptions about cruises nowadays, but they couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, going on a cruise probably isn’t as expensive – Read More
If you’re planning on going on a cruise this year and know you need specialist cover for a pre-existing medical condition, have a think about an AllClear cruise-specific insurance policy to cover you for your time away. Most, if not all, cruise liners require valid travel insurance for each customer as a condition of passage, Read More
Are you one of a growing band of travellers who have been, or have plans, to go on holiday with several generations of your family? If so, you aren’t alone. Numbers of multi-generational, or ‘3G’ holidays, are growing rapidly, with cruises and self-catering villas being the most popular options. So what’s behind this recent trend? Read More
There’s no better time to take an ocean or river cruise holiday than your ‘golden years’, and whether it’s on your own or with your spouse, there’s a wealth of stunning landscapes just waiting to be discovered in Europe. Not only will you be able to meet new and interesting people, but it’s a Read More
Cruising has definitely become a more popular holiday in the UK over the last few years. And problems with flying, things like the ash cloud and the British Airways strike have really helped to increase the popularity of cruises as well.
We have talked a lot on Globebloggers about travelling with different medical conditions, but what we have not spoken about so far is different modes of travel for your medical condition. Namely, the differences between fly and cruise travel.