Cruise Line Offers a Loyalty Status Match Program

If you are a member of a loyalty program of other travel brands — such as lodging companies, tour companies or other cruising companies — one cruise line offers a loyalty status match program which you might want to consider if a cruise is in your future.

Join the MSC Voyagers Club loyalty program by MSC Cruises and receive the matching elite level status card, which will guarantee you a discount of five percent on any booking in addition to similar or higher benefit elite level status.

There are three easy steps to requesting and receiving your elite level status match…

Read More

  • 2

Save Up to 25 Percent on Select Voyages to Antarctica

You can save up to 25 percent off of select voyages to Antarctica when you travel between Tuesday, November 1, 2016 and Wednesday, March 15, 2017; but you must book your voyage with Quark Expeditions between now and Wednesday, September 30, 2015 to take advantage of that discount — which can save you as much as $7,948.00 per person.

The discount of 25 percent applies to bookings for premium cabins; while the discount for non-premium cabins is 15 percent — and only a limited number of cabins are available, as shown below…

Read More

  • 2

Cruise For as Little as $49.50 Per Day with MSC Cruises — But…

You can enjoy a cruise from Miami to destinations in the Caribbean — such as the Bahamas, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Saint Maarten — for as little as $49.50 per day if you book your reservation anytime from now through Sunday, November 30, 2014 with MSC Cruises. You could also get a balcony stateroom at an ocean view price; and your kids sail for free. In addition — when you book a balcony or suite — you will receive up to a maximum of $200.00 in shipboard credit.

However, there are some things about which you should know before you run to book your cruise, as the lowest price is…

Read More

  • 0

Half Price on Select Antarctic and Arctic Voyages — But Hurry

Through December 1, 2014 at 11:59 in the evening Eastern Standard Time, you can save 50 percent with the promotion code BLACKFRIDAY at the time of booking your reservation on one of the following four voyages to the Antarctic and Arctic polar regions starting tomorrow on November 24, 2014 at 8:00 in the morning with…

Read More

  • 4

50% Off Select Cruises to Antarctica — But Hurry

From now through 12:00 in the afternoon Eastern Daylight Time on Friday, September 26, 2014, Quark Expeditions is featuring nine voyages on three vessels to Antarctica where all cabin categories — with the exception of those cabins with triple occupancy — are on sale at a 50 percent discount through this fall promotion.

You can travel on the Ocean Diamond; the Sea Adventurer; and the Sea Spirit, whose cabins are all suites — but be aware that full payment is required at time of booking.

Here are the voyages which are eligible for the promotion, which could save you thousands of dollars…

Read More

  • 0

Cruise to Antarctica: Up to 25% Off On Select Voyages; $800 Off of Airfare

Receive a discount of either 25 percent off of a premium cabin or 15 percent off of a non-premium cabin on your choice of three cruises to Antarctica with Quark Expeditions during the holiday season; plus get a bonus of an air credit worth $800.00 to use towards your airfare — but you must book your reservation with a deposit by September 15, 2014.

The three voyages included in this offer are listed below, with links added for your convenience…

Read More

  • 2

Barely Cruising Along…

Naked Cruising is the latest trend, says ABTA, which is the Association of British Travel Agents.

Think about it: no worrying about staining that shirt; no time wasted buttoning and zipping, unbuttoning and unzipping; no concerns about fashion or style, and no baggage to lug everywhere. Could this idea catch on, or will this concept be exposed in a negative manner?

We wonder if whether or not the salads served on board those cruises are dressed…

  • 1

How to Dress Informally for a Cruise

When going on a cruise, how does one dress in an informal manner properly, especially if there are no formal nights planned on the particular cruise and the brochure states that dress is casual?

In the Informal Clothes for a Cruise thread, FlyerTalk members impart some valuable advice about how to not be caught with your pants down and say “Oh, shirt!!!” when being socked with the news that the attire you are wearing is not appropriate for that particular cruise. Do not skirt the issue — zip on over to that thread and button up until you read the advice posted there.

  • 3