Hi, We are going on our first Transatlantic cruise from Southampton to Ft. Lauderdale.Help me: how to pack for a September crossing the conditions on the crossing things to do Can you be outside on the crossing days or is it just too windy?Add your own thoughts because I am sure ...
Hello,just found an article which stated that Queen Mary 2 Rescues Small Boat During Anniversary Transatlantic Crossing.http://www.cruisehive.com/queen-mary...-crossing/7311 Maybe somebody aboard can tell us more.
We are looking at the Escape for the transatlantic. Are the balconies also postage stamp size? This will be our first crossing. Can you even use the balcony in late October? If it's windy and/or cold, I'm thinking we should just book an aft-facing. Thoughts? Thanks!
May 1 from Ft Lauderdale to Lisbon Can anyone clue me in as to how the weather will be on board Do I pack bathing suits and cover ups for during the day? I know the weather is unpredictable just looking for some input As what to pack. Thanks
Just in the planning stage of a cruise to the Panama Canal. Can't decide which option is best? Both appear to have good benefits. Has anyone done both or can provide any insight as to which a person should select? I would appreciate any info. Thanks
Very excited, just booked the 10th Anniversary transatlantic crossing on 9th May next year. Our first transatlantic was the one where the QE2 sailed with us over to NY so very much looking forward to the same sort of celebration crossing, I know its a year away but can't wait!!
Just wondering how cold it gets on the transatlantic crossings in the Spring over to Rome... Do we need to pack winter jackets? Any advice will help! This is our first crossing and we don't really know what to expect! Is a balcony worthwhile? Thanks
Behind The Scenes Makeover Of Crystal Symphony
Star Clipper Bali to Singapore
Why the QM2,QV & QE could not be built in the UK
Episode 16 - The Narrow And Winding Road to Marseilles
Episode 16 - A Couple Of Frog Sandwiches and Butchering The French Language
Episode 15 - A Cetacious Sail Away & A Miffed Mediterranean