When one hears the phrase “sea legs,” it typically means the ability to adjust one’s sense of balance to the motion of a ship. Those “sea legs” are great to have, of course, but equally good in my book are the “legs” (also called segments) of extended sailings such as world … [Read more...]
Feel Famous. Sail Cunard.
Today Cunard announced their new Feel Famous. Sail Cunard. campaign, where the are rolling out the red carpet for guests. For Cunard and its guests, the superlative The Most Famous Ocean Liners in the World has distinction and meaning far beyond the notoriety of the Line’s … [Read more...]
I Sailed a Cunard World Cruise and Loved It!
I decided it was time to raise my sights, look to the horizon and sail off to the seven seas. My partner Deirdre asked me to assist her in her vocation. Deirdre is a host for Cruise Specialists on-board cruise ships around the world. I started by flying Business Class … [Read more...]
Cunard’s Queen Victoria Ship Review
When I found out that I was one of the lucky few guests from our office to be invited to visit the Queen Victoria when she came to San Francisco I was ecstatic. On a particularly sunny January afternoon as I crossed the Golden Gate Bridge I could see her parked at Pier 35 in all … [Read more...]
Cunard Queen Mary 2 Cruise Review
My wife and I recently had the pleasure of sailing aboard the elegant Queen Mary 2. At 151,000 Gross Registered Tons she is one of the largest ships afloat. The Qm2 is now six years old but the maintenance done on board has kept her in pristine condition and she is showing no … [Read more...]