Equator-Crossing Rituals on Cruise Ships

When cruise ships sail across oceans, or change seasonal home ports, their one-way itineraries are known as repositioning cruises. Often a longer and more unique route, repositioning itineraries have become increasingly popular among avid cruisers.

One unique factor about repositioning cruises is that many of them must cross the equator to get to their desired destination. Among many old stories of sailors and their rituals falls the line-crossing ceremony. Read more

What You’ll Miss Out On When You Pass On That Trip

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The Anticipation
A planned trip can add a pep to your step and a glimmer of dreaminess to your future forecast. It’s exciting getting away and almost equally exciting just planning and counting down the days to your long-awaited getaway. Allow yourself to be carried away in this serendipity anticipation. Read more

THE CELEBRITY REVOLUTION Begins

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This isn’t a makeover, it’s a $500-million game-changer.

Once again, Celebrity Cruises is set to transform the industry with the unveiling of THE CELEBRITY REVOLUTION, a more than $500-million re-imagining of the fleet in partnership with more than 500 leading architects, designers, and engineers designed to bring the rest of the brand’s award-winning fleet to the Edge. Read more

Tips for Cruising the Panama Canal

By Jordan B, Online Vacation Center Marketing Coordinator & Designer

Connecting the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific, the Panama Canal is one of the largest artificial waterways in the world. Panama Canal cruises are offered from late August through May with the most ideal time to go being after rainy season ends in November. If crossing the Panama Canal is on your bucket list, here are some tips to ensure you make the most of your experience. Read more