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1. Take a Cruise into the Arctic Wilderness of Northern Norway
April 17, 2018

Cruises of Norway and its Arctic waters have never been more popular, and most likely you’ve seen plenty magazine and newspaper adverts for cruises vying to lure you on to their ‘NorwayTour’, aboard massive, impressive cruise ships. But the reality is that to truly see this beautiful region, up close and personal, you’ll need a smaller vessel. If what you’re looking for is a cruise experience, with thousands of guests enjoying a mammoth floating hotel, then these large cruise ships are probably what you want. If, on the other hand, your reason for travelling into the north is to see its s... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. iExpedition Adds Hundreds Of New Antarctic Cruise Itineraries
March 27, 2018

As the 2017/18 Antarctica cruise season is drawing to a close, online polar specialist agency iExpedition has recently added hundreds of new Antarctica cruise dates to their website. With more than 1,000 expedition departures online, in an easy to explore collection of expeditions for 2018/19 and 2019/20 polar cruises. The user friendly website, allows visitors to easily search and filter its Arctic and Antarctica cruises using basic and advanced filters. iExpedition is quickly cementing itself as a one-stop-polar-shop. Visitors can explore iExpedition’s range of expeditions by departure da... (read more)

Author: Dan Abelow

3. The Hunt of the Sperm Whale
March 26, 2018

For anyone planning to embark on a whale watching cruise, the incredible documentary series Blue Planet II, hosted by veteran naturalist Sir David Attenborough, makes for compelling viewing. It features many of the cetaceans that may be encountered on a whale watching cruise, including Humpback, Killer, pilot and Sperm Whales. The World's Largest Whale Found in nearly all the world's oceans, the Sperm Whale is one of the most commonly sighted species on whale watching tours. From the Azores or the Maldives, to Baja California or Norway's spectacular Lofoten Islands, the opportunitie... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. Preserving the Longevity of the Leatherback Turtle
March 26, 2018

Turtles are among the oldest of all the world's extant reptile species, dating back to the time of the dinosaurs. They're dispersed all over the world in a diverse variety of habitats and can survive in virtually any climate. While our affection for these unique animals is longstanding, unfortunately human actions continue to endanger their survival. The Decline of a Species The largest of all the species is the magnificent Leatherback Turtle, Dermochelys coriacea, which can grow up to 1.6m in length and weigh up to 680kg. They are the last remaining members of the Dermochelyidae f... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. High Definition Wildlife: Using Tech to Connect with Nature
March 26, 2018

The name Sir David Attenborough is synonymous with the world of wildlife, and for more than six decades the veteran naturalist has been bringing the wonders of nature into the homes and hearts of the masses – many of whom may never have the opportunity to experience it in real life. An inimitable force of nature himself, he has inspired millions to join him along the way on his cross-generational campaign for the conservation of the planet's vulnerable and endangered species. Blue Planet II Breaks New Ground Sir David Attenborough's latest documentary series, Blue Planet II, is (as ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. Giant Trevally: The Bird Eating Tropical Fish
March 26, 2018

All over the planet, our oceans are teeming with fascinating marine life – much of which we still know little about. And, while they cover around 70% of Earth, we've only explored 5% of our oceans. Through his magnificent Blue Planet II documentary series, eminent naturalist Sir David Attenborough has taken his own explorations to the limit and captured some of the most fascinating animal behaviour ever seen. The Incredible Bird Eating Fish In Series 1, One Ocean, the Blue Planet II team filmed the compelling hunting behaviour of the Giant Trevally, which has the brain capability t... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. Elephant of the Antarctic: The World's Largest Seal
March 26, 2018

Wildlife cruise itineraries cover destinations as diverse as the Galapagos Islands, Antarctica, South America, Scandinavia, the Arctic and regions throughout the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. For nature lovers, travelling by sea provides a wealth of opportunities to explore some of the world's greatest unspoilt wilderness areas that, in some cases, can only be reached by water. One of the myriad species that may be encountered on a wildlife cruise is the largest of the world's seals: the Southern Elephant Seal. The World's Largest Seal There are two species of Elephant Seals: t... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

8. Visiting Verdi's Italy on an Opulent Opera Cruise
March 26, 2018

Italy is known for many things: its mouth-watering food and drink, breathtaking architecture, and warm, Mediterranean climate are just a few that come to mind. Because the country has so much to offer, many visitors can feel overwhelmed trying to discover the “real” Italy. Seeing the country through the eyes of one of its most favourite sons, the opera composer Giuseppe Verdi, is a perfect way to truly understand its culture. Better yet, you can do this while travelling gently down the River Po from Venice to Mantua on a luxury Italian river cruise. The Life of Verdi Giuseppe Verd... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. Bring on the Bubbles: A Potted History of Prosecco
March 26, 2018

Who doesn’t love Prosecco? Although the delicious bubbly drink is a relative newcomer to the UK scene, it has long been popular in Italy, where it has been made for many centuries. Due to its burgeoning popularity, Prosecco is now one of the top selling beverages in the world; it even eclipsed that of Champagne in 2013! Fortunately, the Italian wine industry has continued to deliver: its 2015 and 2017 vintages are widely considered to be among the absolute best. While some may be content to pop down to the local supermarket for a bottle or two, I know a much better way for any wine lover... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. Plague and Paintings: Venice's Chiesa del Redentore
March 21, 2018

There are so many wonderful sights to discover on one of our Italian river cruises. Italy is a land of culture, history and water, and nowhere is this more true than in the city on the lagoon. A luxury cruise that passes through the Venetian lagoon will give you the opportunity to meander by foot alongside the city’s waterways and take in all its glorious sights. It’s definitely worth stepping ashore to take a closer look at some of its medieval treasures like the fascinating Chiesa del Redentore. Surviving the Plague Set in the south of Venice, in the Giudecca region of the city, th... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. 5 Films to Get You in the Mood for Your Italian River Cruise
March 21, 2018

There is nothing that will get you so in the mood for the sights and sounds of Italy, before your next Italian river cruise, as losing yourself in the wonderful scenes of some of the country’s most iconic movies. From the steamy sultriness of Rome in the swinging Sixties in La Dolce Vita to the culture clash of British reserve with Italian passion in A Room With a View, these films will bring alive the sights and sounds of Italy. And that’s without even leaving your living room. Life is Beautiful (La Vita e Bella) Italy is the stunning backdrop for Roberto Benigni’s Oscar-winning fil... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

12. Embrace Spring with a Relaxing European Barge Cruise
March 21, 2018

Spring is a wonderful time of year, and there is no better way to embrace the change from dreary winter to fresh spring than to take a lovely barge cruise through some of the most fecund European countries. These types of holiday will provide plenty of much-needed sunshine and fresh air whilst featuring some of the most beautiful parts of the continent in full bloom. Europe has many stunning areas to discover by barge that will delight and invigorate visitors, but here are a few of the best places to consider: Italy Italian waterway cruises during spring are a brilliant way to see th... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

13. Discover Ireland's beautiful Castles on a Peaceful Barge Cruise
March 21, 2018

The Republic of Ireland is home to many of the most impressive castles in all Europe, and there is no better way to see these amazing fortresses than by boarding a barge cruise that travels along the River Shannon (the longest river in Ireland). Meandering through the heart of Ireland, a cruise will slowly reveal the great beauty of the country and allow you to hop off at numerous weird and wonderful strongholds along the way. Portumna Nestled at the northern point of Lough Derg, this beautiful castle in County Galway was inhabited by the de Burgo family for over two centuries. Fire ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

14. Falmouth Jamaica Excursions and Tours
March 16, 2018

Falmouth Jamaica is the home of the newest port on the island; in 2011, the Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines partnered with the Government of Jamaica to erect a modern port. The port is located on the northern coast of Jamaica and is deep enough to accommodate the world’s biggest cruise ship, Harmony of the Sea. This port was originally a commercial port in the 1800; it played an important role in trans-Atlantic slave trade and was the departure point for tons of sugar and many barrels of rum leaving the shores for Europe. Today the port is used for a much more noble operation; here,... (read more)

Author: Stevert Mckenzie

15. Montego Bay Airport Transportation
March 16, 2018

The city of Montego Bay in Jamaica is one of the better known tourist destinations in the Caribbean. It boasts an international airport, a cruise port, and thousands of modern hotel rooms. This resort town is home to three exquisite golf courses, restaurants offering various cuisine and great shopping outlets. Montego Bay has been a leading tourist destination since the early 1950s and has maintained its stature as a vacation destination of choice. Best Jamaica is a leading edge transportation company; we provide the best private transfers in Montego Bay. The town of Montego Bay is also a... (read more)

Author: Stevert Mckenzie

16. The Ambush of the Sally Lightfoot Crab
March 01, 2018

A Galapagos wildlife cruise introduces nature lovers to some of the most remarkable marine and terrestrial animals on the planet. While the Giant Tortoise and the Marine Iguana are probably the best known of the archipelago's species, the quirky Sally Lightfoot Crab also garners its fair share of attention, and its intense blue and red livery is a common sight scuttling along the islands' shores and in the shallows. Eat and Be Eaten Grapsus grapsus has a hugely diverse diet, feeding on everything from sea lion placenta to ticks and organic matter washed up on the shore. The species ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

17. Discover the Romance of Eastern Germany on a Mosel River Cruise
February 20, 2018

If the words ‘luxury river cruise’ conjure up images of meandering slowly through breath-taking scenery and past historic monuments, while enjoying the very best local food and wine, then you may well be imagining a Mosel river cruise. Take a trip, by boat, along one of the most beautiful waterways in East Germany and you will enjoy scenery including ancient forests, mountains adorned by fairytale castles, and hills strewn with Riesling vineyards. History on Every Hilltop German castles, especially those found along the Mosel river, have to be seen to be believed. These fairytale for... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

18. Cruise Back in Time into the Heart of Dutch History at Zaanse Schans
February 20, 2018

For many the joy of European river cruises is being able to explore a country or region in a leisurely, paced way. To meander through its rural landscapes or towns and to witness for yourself the way history has left its indelible mark. A trip through the Dutch rural landscape of Zaanse Schans offers a unique experience in this respect. A living museum, the countryside itself has been preserved to give those visiting a fascinating glimpse into rural Dutch life at the time of its industrial revolution, the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Visitors opt for the European river cruises tha... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

19. Luxury and Glamour Aboard the Star Flyer Cruise Ship
February 19, 2018

A luxury cruise holiday is a wonderful and unique way to travel, and one experience that is not to be missed is the seven-night adventure from Barcelona to Cannes onboard a spectacular purpose-built, four-masted tall clipper ship named The Star Flyer. This mightily impressive vessel was built for a luxury cruise holiday and is one of just four au-thentic square riggers in the entire world. Life Onboard the Star Flyer Designed by a Swedish entrepreneur, The Star Flyer is the world’s loftiest tall ship and a mightily impressive sight to behold. With gorgeous brass accents, soaring mast... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

20. Falmouth Jamaica Private Tours
February 13, 2018

Falmouth, a town located on the northern end of Jamaica is home to one of Royal Caribbean’s Cruise Ports. The town boasts a rich history which is obvious at first glance. Falmouth is within close proximity two other top resort towns: Montego Bay and Ocho Rios. Ocho Rios is a popular spot for interesting excursions; here is home to two of the major waterfalls which greatly enhances this beautiful seaside town. The Dunn’s River Falls need no introduction; it is Jamaica’s premier tourist attraction. Another stunning option for water play is the Blue Hole Secret Falls, one of Jamaica’s new p... (read more)

Author: Stevert Mckenzie

21. Freight Transport: Thinking Outside the Box
February 10, 2018

We're likely to keep momentum rolling with this extended and enhanced glossary of freight transport industry terms. Before we explored the concept of a bottleneck, both around the rails as well as the highways. We discussed the impact of the slowdown in both place and exactly how freight transport could be impacted. This month we will cruise with the next few items listed... in alphabetical order obviously. So, without further commotion, boxcar is our next term listed. This is simply not an especially difficult term to grapple with term, so our exploration ought to be quick. A boxcar is really... (read more)

Author: Gloria Philips

22. The Most Romantic Destinations for a Canal Barge Holiday
February 07, 2018

Imagine exploring the beautiful sights of Europe this Valentine’s Day without having to share them with the crowds. Could anything be more romantic than winding your way along the Seine or the Grand Canal on board a luxury barge with the one you love? If you’re looking to do something special this year, then a barge cruise to a romantic destination could be just the thing. Paris in the Spring There probably isn’t a more romantic city on earth in which to spend Valentine’s Day than Paris. Take a river cruise through the French capital and you will see a hidden side to this destination... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

23. The Top Six Cruises for Dare-Devils
February 06, 2018

Does going on a cruise and lounging in the sun, stuffing yourself at the buffet and bar, and making forced small talk with other guests sound not just incredibly, but painfully relaxed to you? Luckily, there are cruises out there that will shake up your life, and not just your cocktail at the bar. If you like to live on the edge of danger and see sharks, or if you’d like to play Titanic and marvel at some icebergs (hopefully from a reasonable distance), here are six cruise options that will keep you on your toes. *Tip: To enjoy a safe and stress-free cruise, it’s recommended that you inv... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

24. Mumbai cruise terminal's design unveiled!
January 23, 2018

The iconic design of the all-new cruise terminal in Mumbai will be among the vast repertoire of visual images that the international tourist carries back home from India... Mumbai is poised to become India’s cruise capital, when its new international cargo shipping and passenger cruise terminal replaces the current structure at Ballard Pier in 2019. Envisioned to match global transportation hubs, aesthetically and functionally, the project, initiated by the Mumbai Port Trust, is being helmed by multidisciplinary design practice, Planet 3 Studios. Initially planned as a refurbishmen... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

25. The Canal du Midi's Fonserannes Locks
January 17, 2018

While many visitors are prepared for the beauty of the Languedoc-Roussillon countryside and the delicious food and wine they’ll taste on a barge cruise, France still has some awe-inspiring surprises up its sleeve for visitors to the Canal du Midi. Probably one of the most impressive of these is the seven-rise staircase lock of Fonserannes. The engineering involved in working out a system in which barges can travel up and down the seven ovoid chambers (there is actually an eighth chamber, but this is no longer in use), raising boats 21.5m over a distance of 300m, is staggering. But what is... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

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