An in-depth look at Celebrity's Solstice class ship the Silhouette. Our cruise took us through the beautiful eastern Mediterranean to some amazing ports. The good, the bad and everything in between.
Fascinating Union Castle memorabilia in my collection give glimpse of life at sea in the early part of the 20th Century
Why is a ship called she? That question is right up there with Why is the sky blue? Why is the grass green? Why have I chosen this subject? Why? Because my hubbuddy, psychicdog.net, asked me to provide the answer to why a ship is always of the feminine persuasion when I wrote a review about the...
If you've been on a cruise, chances are you didn't sail on an ocean liner, but a cruise ship. Which is which? Learn some ofo the basic differences here.
With the debuts of some of the world's largest cruise ships in the past few years, many people are now enjoying cruising at a whole new level. Use this comparison to help you decide which of the largest cruise ships is best for your next cruise!
Before embarking on a ferry trip in open water, travelers are well advised to check the weather forecast; whether there are sufficient life preservers on the ferry; and to get off if it appears that the vessel will be overloaded. Special caution is in order in developing countries where ferries are...
This sailor attended a Crew Orientation conducted by the Royal Dragon Ocean Transport, Inc., regarding boarding LCT vessel from China to Philippines. LCT industry is a booming factor on the Philippine Shipping Industry.
The Princess cruise ship, "Royal Princess" was christened in June, 2013 and is an amazing ship, with plenty of movies available for passengers to watch on rainy days or when they need to relax a bit.
When the ship is moving through water under propulsion various motions can be observed. Mainly Rolling & Pitching can be felt by the personnel onboard. But there are six kinds of motions. They are Rolling, Surging, Pitching, Swaying, Yawing & Heaving. Special cases are Synchronous rolling &...
A personal account of our first cruise - The Inside Passage to Alaska from Vancouver.