Planning to take your group out to sea? Get informed with AllThingsCruise.com, a portal for everything you need to know while at sea (and before departure). The extensive site not only allows you to research and browse information on various cruise lines, it also provides pre-cruise preparation tools, a scheduler, and access to discounted airfare […]
Sidestep.com has launched a search engine for cruise lines. Visitors to the Web site can search by departure dates, ports of call, cruise lines and cruise length, and compare offerings and itineraries side-by-side.
Road warriors of the future may be a lot healthier, thanks to hotels giving trans fats the boot.
The U.S. House and Senate have approved a measure to postpone the 2007 deadline requiring travelers entering the county by land or by sea to show a passport or other official documentation.
Travel professionals hit the high seas last month and listened to discussions on strategic and budget issues, similar to those facing meeting planners, at The National Business Travel Assn.’s (NBTA) Fundamentals of Business Travel Management course and focus group onboard Royal Caribbean’s Freedom of the Seas. The management course focused on maximizing cost containment strategies, […]
Oceania Cruises has unveiled what it calls “the ultimate in supreme dining experiences” featuring Versace china, Christofle silver and Riedel crystal. “Fine dining is more than sitting down to eat a good meal, it’s an experience that encompasses many different elements that combine to make every meal a truly memorable occasion,” says Frank Del Rio, […]
Carlson Companies’ Regent Hotels and Radisson Seven Seas Cruises merged under the global Regent banner, and re-branded itself as Regent Seven Seas Cruises.