Sailing To New Lands

Posted on 02/04/2022

Hello globetrotters!
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to go on a cruise? Perhaps you already have salt water in your blood having sailed a dozen or more times? Either way, cruising remains one of the most invigorating and inspiring ways to travel the globe and experience unfamiliar cultures that are vastly different than our own.
Not only is cruising one of today’s absolute best travel values, it’s also one of the most hassle-free ways to experience multiple cities and cultures around the world. Just unpack once and wake up every morning in a fascinating new destination. And with so much interest in sailing the ocean blue (and rivers too!), we decided to do a quick check-in to find out where cruisers are going.
With cruise bookings going strong for this year and next, cruisers have a lot of options to consider. Bookings for New England and Canada are hot, with the Caribbean and Bermuda remaining as popular as ever thanks for their close proximity. Further out, bookings for itineraries throughout Hawaii, the Mexican Riviera, and Panama Canal are showing no signs of slowing down either. Oh, and let’s not forget river cruising! For anyone who’s thought they’ve sailed it all, river cruising has a new home in the U.S. thanks to its large array of iconic rivers, historic ports, and latest ships.
To get the most bang for your vacation buck, no matter how you prefer to explore the world, make sure you consult an experienced and knowledgeable travel advisor. They’ll not only make sure you choose the right ship and itinerary that meets your needs, wants, and interests, but they’ll have access to special rates not available to the general public. Just as important, they’ll also be ready to help you out anytime during your journey should you need assistance.
See you at the airport soon!