Sail The Storybook Rhine

Fairytale and folklore comes alive on a cruise along the green banks of the Rhine River. Half-timbered towns, Disney-like castles

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Culinary Corner: Celebrity’s Healthy Salmon Salad

Since March, our Culinary Corner has dished up bakes and breads galore, not to mention the odd cocktail or two.

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Exclusive Interview: Meet Saga’s Music Man, Jools Holland

He’s the musical mastermind bringing his sound to the seas in ‘The Club by Jools’, the exciting new venue aboard

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Culinary Corner: Crystal’s Simple Bread Recipe

Hands up if you’ve hopped aboard the baking bread bandwagon during lockdown? We’ve mastered the sourdough starter and eaten our

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36 Hours in Budapest

The Danube flows 1,795 miles through ten countries, but it is the regal city of Budapest which most consider to

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Exclusive Interview: Princess Cruises Officer, Lauren Corston

Lauren Corston found fame aboard Royal Princess, when hit TV programme ‘The Cruise’ chartered her life as the ship’s then-new

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What Can I Book Now If I Loved P&O Cruises Oceana?

We’re still reeling from the news that Oceana, a P&O Cruises fleet favourite for decades, is to leave the cruise

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Exclusive Interview With Milly Johnson: Holiday Read Extraordinaire

She’s the Sunday Times bestseller with a penchant for time spent at sea and a tendency to have her holidays

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Culinary Corner: Viking’s Easy Spanakopita

We can’t be the only ones who’d rather be eating today’s lunch in a little Greek taverna with a sea

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On why travel agents are more important than ever

When news broke on 30 September 2019 that the pioneers of leisure travel, Thomas Cook, had ceased trading after an

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Is Princess Cruises’ Ocean Medallion A Game-Changer For Contactless Cruising? 

Bolsover Cruise Club’s Fran Puddick looks at whether Princess Cruises’ Ocean Medallion might just come into its own as we

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Culinary Corner: Eric Lanlard’s Banana & Walnut Loaf

As one of the original Food Heroes, Eric Lanlard has been serving up his sweet treats to P&O Cruises guests

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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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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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