Our reviews take one of two forms. Either a feature article by one of our travel writers or, a passenger perspective, submitted as a short essay by a first-hand holiday traveller.
(01 June 2011)
Carol Wright reckons if it’s good enough for Her Majesty, Hebridean Island Cruises should suit her, too
(17 May 2011)
Gary Buchanan assesses the ship rated ‘the world’s best’, and decides it earns its accolades
(03 May 2011)
Editor Simon Veness runs the rule over Disney Cruise Line’s dramatic newcomer
(21 December 2010)
Anthony Nicholas enjoys the traditional delights of a voyage with Classic International Cruises’ old-timer.
(17 December 2010)
Gary Buchanan samples a cruise with a difference on the beautiful new ship from Compagnie du Ponant
(14 December 2010)
Gary Buchanan applauds the aristocratic design style of the latest star in the Cunard firmament, the all-new Queen Elizabeth
(24 September 2010)
Voyages to Antiquity are the latest cruise line to offer an educational slant to the cruise portfolio, highlighting the cradle of ancient civilisations. Lynn Houghton took a trip to Sicily to try out the new ship and itinerary.
(22 September 2010)
Peter Newall says the arrival of NCL’s leviathan Norwegian Epic marks the birth of a new era in cruising.
(20 September 2010)
Norway’s Hurtigruten has been called ‘The most beautiful cruise in the World.’ After trying it out, Steve Newman thinks it comes pretty close.
(13 September 2010)
Anthony Nicholas highlights a Mediterranean operator with a reputation for doing things the old-fashioned way.