Cruising Through The Years: Talking Travel with Derek Wilson

In the week we went back to our roots to launch Shore Stays, there can be no better time to

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Culinary Corner: Cunard’s Chocolate Orange Fallen Cake

Executive Chef Nick Oldroyd is the king of the kitchen on Queen Mary 2. After his classic Cunard scones went

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Culinary Corner: AmaWaterways Waffles

Traditionally, Belgian waffles are meant to be eaten as street food, but in the absence of a weekend break in

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Five Private Island Hideouts To Escape To

Private islands. Every millionaire worth their salt has one. Richard Branson has sprawling Necker, the jewel in the crown of

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Exclusive: Meet George Streeter, Saga’s King Of The Kitchen

Anyone who’s had the pleasure of a Saga cruise knows that the food knocks your socks off. Seafood buffets out

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Cocktail Corner: Crystal’s Classic Negroni

If your holiday cocktail of choice is the Classic Negroni, you’re in good company; both Ernest Hemingway and Anthony Bourdain

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You Should Be Chasing Sunsets In Santorini…

Ok, truth be told you don’t need a reason to visit Santorini much beyond the fact that it is insanely,

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36 Hours in Amsterdam

Amsterdam is a law unto itself, in some ways quite literally, and no other destination is both traditional and liberal

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Exclusive Interview: Alison Clixby, Designer Of P&O Cruises Iona

As Director of Hotel Design and Projects for P&O Cruises and Cunard, Alison Clixby has overseen the interior design of

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Culinary Corner: Seabourn’s Baked Peaches & Vanilla Gelato

Rumour has it the sun is coming back and – call us overeager – but if we can’t be on

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Culinary Corner: Spaghetti with Garlic, Chilli and Anchovy

Maybe it’s the change in the weather but we’re missing long, lazy lunches in the sun on Italian Riviera waterfronts.

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The Virtual Experiences Still Worth A Watch

It’s a while since we were all forced to stay at home and put our plans – holidays included –

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36 Hours In Hamburg

Hamburg has a history and identity tied inextricably to the sea, so there’s little wonder that the destination is a

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Cruising With Kids: An A To Z

With our 2020 summer holidays hanging in the balance, we’re putting even more thought into how to make 2021 family

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Destination Inspiration: Cruising Portugal’s Douro River

We were lucky enough to spend a week in Portugal last year, exploring one of the oldest wine countries in

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Culinary Corner: Tarte Tatin

Oceania chef instructor, David Shalleck, is more used to teaching at The Culinary Centre on Riviera and Marina than in

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Culinary Corner: Sindhu Lamb With Cardamon Yoghurt

With our favourite Asian fusion food at sea off the menu for a little while longer, we’re recreating the flavours

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36 Hours In Palma

There are many reasons why Palma proves such a tempting proposition as the departure point for Mediterranean itineraries in 2021. The

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Staycation: An Island Fling on Hebridean Princess

As another Bank Holiday sails past, it’s fair to say that we’re thinking about all the places we’ll go once

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The All-Budgets Bucket List

The fact that we aren’t going anywhere means all we can think about is going everywhere. We can’t be the

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Live From Lockdown: Behind The Scenes On Royal Princess

While we’re at home and the Royal Princess crew are on board, cruise director Marcus (and a few special guests…)

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Culinary Corner: Princess Chocolate Caramel Kisses

Princess Cruises aficionados will recognise these sweet treats  and we couldn’t help but think they might make the perfect social

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36 Hours In Barcelona

It’s the highlight of a Mediterranean cruise itinerary and with good reason. Barcelona has it all. Architecture that wouldn’t look

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