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1. Marine Conservation in Action: A Global Responsibility
April 26, 2018

The British nature documentary series, Blue Planet 2, which was produced by the BBC Natural History Unit and narrated by Sir David Attenborough, was 2017’s most watched television programme in the UK. The blockbuster documentary series was sold to more than 30 countries; it not only brought the magnificence of our world’s oceans into an accessible realm in startling, high-definition detail, it also shone a light on their devastating ecological decline. In the final episode, Sir David Attenborough enacted a rallying call to arms to remind us that the conservation of our oceans is a truly ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. The Kobudai: Meet the Gender Changing Fish
April 26, 2018

The adage about truth being stranger than fiction is never more evident than in nature. Our earth abounds with extraordinary creatures that have developed the abilities to do extraordinary things in their quest for survival in what are often adverse conditions. And, while technology and innovative methods of research are enabling us to learn more and more about the animals and other organisms with which we share the planet, there is undoubtedly so much more we have yet to discover. The Kobudai: A Gender Changing Fish Some of our most fascinating wildlife lives in the world's oceans,... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. 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

4. 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: John Doe

5. The Complex Whale Behaviour of Bubble Net Feeding
March 26, 2018

For many people, the opportunity to encounter a whale in the wild is a lifelong aspiration. The thrill of seeing these majestic marine mammals enjoying the freedom of their natural habitat often goes beyond being just a memorable event to a truly life-changing experience. One of the most interesting cetacean behaviours is unique to the Humpback Whale. While scientists and researchers already knew about the co-operative method they employ – called "bubble net feeding" – it was captured with brilliant, high definition success on the much-lauded BBC documentary series Blue Planet II, with S... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. Sailfish: The Lamborghini of the Marine World
March 26, 2018

For the most part, even on dedicated wildlife cruises, the ordinary person's exploration of the natural world is constrained to the surface of the oceans and landscapes. But thanks to the stellar documentaries of eminent naturalist, Sir David Attenborough, we've been able to enjoy the spectacle of the most astonishing animal behaviour in the comfort of our own homes. In his latest masterpiece, Blue Planet II, Sir David Attenborough and his team use sophisticated hi-tech camera equipment to capture never-before-seen intimate underwater vision of a host of marine animals. One of the most m... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. Take a Peek at Venice's Operatic Past
March 21, 2018

Italian river cruises offer a truly unique way to see this beautiful country and to discover its fascinating musical past. A trip to Venice by boat could give you the chance to explore the maritime city’s role in the history of opera and to visit the theatres which first brought this new art form to the people of the day. While most people know that opera originated in Florence at the end of the sixteenth century, few realise the important role Venice played in establishing the theatrical tradition in the hearts of the Italian people. A centre for trade, attracting a wide cosmopolit... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

8. 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

9. 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

10. The Sperm Whale: Super Communicator
March 01, 2018

The Sperm Whale, largest of all the toothed species, is found in every ocean of the world. With the opportunity to join whale watching cruises in the cetacean-rich waters of locations as diverse the Baja Peninsula, the Azores, Sri Lanka and Norway, nature lovers hoping for a close encounter with these massive marine mammals will not be disappointed. Nature's Giant in Focus The BBC's superb Blue Planet II nature documentary series features Sperm Whales in several episodes. One uses gripping footage of a whale carcass being torn apart by a feeding frenzy of sharks, and another contains... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. Brains and Beauty: The Bottlenose Dolphin
March 01, 2018

The relationship between dolphins and humans has always been a special one. In many cases, some wild species appear to seek out human interaction. Close encounters are not uncommon and there are even some fascinating stories about dolphins coming to the aid of humans. The desire to get up close to these beautiful creatures has seen dolphin watching cruises become a very sought-after wildlife travel experience. Few places in the world offer a more cetacean-rich habitat than Mexico's Baja California and the Sea of Cortez. One of the world's longest peninsulas, the region sits on the conver... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

12. Sixgill Sharks and Zombie Worms: The Unseen Azores Marine Life
March 01, 2018

Situated to the west of continental Portugal, the Azores archipelago is one of the most popular whale and dolphin watching destinations in the world. The cetacean rich waters of the Atlantic Ocean are home to numerous species of both, with dedicated whale and dolphin watching cruises providing the potential for some thrilling close encounters. But the much-loved cetaceans are not the only marine creatures that make their home in the ocean surrounding the archipelago. Warmed by the waters of the Gulf Stream, this part of the world attracts some of the most fascinating creatures on Earth. W... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

13. Galapagos Sea Lions: Sheep Dogs of the Ocean
March 01, 2018

In the remote archipelago of the Galapagos, extraordinary is ordinary. The diverse volcanic landscape of the islands is home to some of the most unique plant and animal species on Earth and, from Charles Darwin's ground breaking Theory on Evolution to Sir David Attenborough's masterpiece nature series Blue Planet II, its contribution to our knowledge of the natural world is unsurpassed. Wildlife cruises in Galapagos introduce nature lovers to the archipelago's marine and terrestrial animals and one of the most abundant species is the Galapagos Sea Lion (Zalophus wollebaeki). These inquis... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

14. The Mysterious Flying Mobula Rays
March 01, 2018

Similar in appearance to the manta ray, the mobula ray (the two belong to the same family, Mobulidae) is also often referred to as the "flying ray", due to its aerobatic behaviour as it breaches the water, making it appear as if it is, indeed, able to fly. These mysterious marine creatures can be found in warm, temperate and tropical coastal and oceanic waters, but while there's plenty of data on the manta ray, far less is known about its more diminutive cousin. The elegant underwater movements of the mobula ray were captured for the first time at night in an episode of the popular BBC... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

15. 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

16. Venice's Baroque Basilicas: Santa Maria della Salute
February 12, 2018

All worth-while Italian river cruises navigate down the Guidecca Canal in Venice, offering passengers a glimpse of the fascinating and awe-inspiring Basilica of Santa Maria. An incredible Baroque style-church, it is an unmissable architectural destination that will enthral any lover of history and culture. The Basilica’s History There aren’t many positive things to say about the plague, but without it the marvellous Church of Santa Maria della Salute might never have been built. In the seventeenth century it was commonly understood that the Virgin Mary could stop the spread of diseas... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

17. The Abridged Guide to Venice's Most Beautiful Canal Crossings
February 12, 2018

Venice, a city of wide piazzas and narrow streets, is famous for its intricate network of canals. Lined with glorious remnants of the city’s decadent Renaissance past, these canals and their 400 bridges have made the city a top tourist destination in the modern age. Venice lies in an enclosed bay bookended by the mouths of the Piave and Po Rivers – popular with Italian river cruises – and is fondly referred to as the City of Bridges. Here you can dip your toes into the water with my quick guide to Venice’s most fascinating historic bridges. Ponte delle Tette Our first bridge has a s... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

18. A Foodie's Guide to Mantuan Cuisine
February 12, 2018

A terrific way of exploring a country’s culinary history is by going on river cruises. Italy has an array of traditional recipes which vary hugely depending on the region. You can get a great introduction to Lombardian cuisine, for example, in the beautiful city of Mantua. With a great range of mouth-watering main courses and delicious desserts, it may be hard to know which dishes to order off the menu. To help you decide, here are some of my favourites. Succulent Main Courses • Luccio in Salsa One of the most popular dishes in this Italian city is Luccio in Salsa, or ‘pike in s... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

19. Visiting Venice? Brush Up on Your Gondola Knowledge
February 07, 2018

For anyone who loves river cruises, Italy provides the perfect backdrop for discovering this beautiful country by waterway. And nowhere is this more true than in the watery city of Venice. The sleek black gondolas are as iconic a sight in Venice as St Mark’s Basilica or the Doge’s Palace. While today they are used, almost exclusively, by tourists and visitors, their history is entwined with the city, as they were once one of the main forms of transport around its labyrinth of canals and waterways. The History of the Venetian Boat We know that as early as the eleventh century go... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

20. Discover Byron's Po at Villa Ca'Zen
February 07, 2018

River cruising is one of the most immersive and relaxing ways to explore a destination, and the tranquil waterways of Europe offer a plethora of opportunities to enjoy this much-loved mode of slow travel. In Italy, the Po River flows 650km through the north of the country and provides the perfect setting from which to discover its landscape, people and history in the most delightful way. One popular stop on Italian river cruises through the Veneto region is the lovely Villa Ca'Zen, a seventeenth-century villa in the Po Delta Nature Reserve, the country's biggest regional park. The villa'... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

21. 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

22. Discovering Burgundy's Industrial Heritage on the Canal du Nivernais
December 22, 2017

The principal purpose of the Canal du Nivernais today is to play host to French barge cruises, transporting guests through the charming scenery of the region. Like most made-made waterways, however, the Canal du Nivernais was created amidst the hustle and bustle of trade and commerce. Its impressive feats of engineering were put in place to ensure the fastest and most convenient way of transporting goods into France’s capital. Keeping the Flame Alive If you’d attempted a French barge cruise a couple of hundred years ago you would have been in for a nasty shock. The waterways of Fran... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

23. Not Your Typical Cruise! Adventure on the Open Seas
December 21, 2017

Long gone are the days of the blue rinse brigade ruling the roost when it comes to cruises. Adventure cruises offer diving, cycling, kayaking and mule riding when you reach land, and some incredible wildlife spotting opportunities when on board. Forget sequin gowns and stuffy after-dinner shows after an overcooked all-you-can-eat – these trips are all about swimming among sea lions, sunrise yoga and seeing the world in a new light. Gallivant in the Galapagos Let one of the most amazing, wildlife-rich places on the planet be your playground. The Galapagos Islands are the home of the ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

24. Dreaming of travelling to the ends of the Earth?
December 04, 2017

For travellers seeking an experience that is more than a typical ‘bucket list’ experience, iExpedition.com brings together Australia’s largest selection of Polar cruises. Tick off the seventh continent! Kayak among majestic icebergs while whales play around you and then camp on the ice in the Antarctic solitude. There’s also the chance to ski, climb, snorkel or scuba dive. Yes, in Antarctica. In the Arctic fly over the North Pole, get up close to polar bears in Norway, Svalbard, Franz Josef Land or Canada, and for the serious adventurer there’s the chance to snorkel with orcas – no cag... (read more)

Author: John Doe

25. The Italian Cruiser's Guide to Venetian Cuisine
November 30, 2017

Food is at the very heart of the Italian way of life, with gatherings of friends and family around a table being the way in which the people here have always socialised. In Italy, to understand the food is to understand the people themselves. The way in which the Italians enjoy food fits perfectly with the slow, leisurely pace of our river cruises. Italy is a country where meals can regularly run from three to as many as six courses, with everyone enjoying the food and conversation in equal measure. From an antipasto of cold meats, seafood or olives, to the primo piatto of pasta, soup, po... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

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