Bam! Emeril Lagasse is opening his first restaurant at sea.Carnival Cruise Line announced on March 6th that it has partnered with the world-renowned chef and restauranteur to open Emeril's Bistro 1396 aboard its newest ship, Mardi Gras.Lagasse's restaurant will be the located in the French Quarter zone, one of six themed zones aboard the ship, and will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. 14 PHOTOS Emeril Lagasse announces new restaurant aboard Carnival cruise ship See Gallery Emeril Lagasse announces new restaurant aboard Carnival cruise ship NEW YORK, NEW YORK - MARCH 06: Chef Emeril Lagasse announces new restaurant aboard Carnival Cruise Line's Mardi Gras Ship on March 06, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by John Lamparski/Getty Images) NEW YORK, NEW YORK - MARCH 06: Chef Emeril Lagasse and the president of Carnival Cruise, Christine Duffy announce new restaurant aboard Carnival Cruise Line's Mardi Gras Ship on March 06, 2019 in New York City. (Photo … [Read more...] about Emeril Lagasse is opening his first at-sea restaurant with Carnival Cruise Line
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Change is the only constant in the cruise industry, with plenty of new, innovative – expect everything from roller coasters to go-kart tracks and exclusive Cirque du Soleil at sea shows – ships preparing to set sail in 2019. Here we take a closer look at the coolest new cruise ships for 2019. Scenic Eclipse (Scenic) The launch of Scenic Eclipse, the highly anticipated ‘discovery yacht’ and a contender for the world’s most luxurious cruise ship, has been a long time coming. The ship, due to launch at the end of August 2018, will now be unveiled in April 2019. We suspect the wait will prove worth it. Described as the world’s ‘first six star cruise liner’, every one of the 114 suites on board Scenic Eclipse – the first ocean cruise ship from Scenic – will have a private veranda and lounge area. There will be 10 dining options on board, a spacious spa, indoor pool and a discovery fleet, which will include Zodiacs, kayaks, … [Read more...] about The 16 most spectacular cruise ships setting sail in 2019
In 2003, I boarded a large cruise ship on a sailing of the Western Caribbean. I call this itinerary a training wheel cruise for would-be travelers because they offer a good first insight into what the experience is all about. Since then I’ve been on many other cruises in nearly every corner of the world, averaging at least one or two a year. It’s not how I always decide to travel, but it is a style I enjoy and over the years I have fine-tuned what it is I like and don’t like about certain companies, ships and itineraries. There still remain though a number of cruise styles and destinations I haven’t tried yet, including one that would seem to be a perfect match for me – luxury cruising. I’ve sailed on a number of premium cruise lines, but the true luxury experience had eluded me, until recently. Crystal Cruises and I had been trying to find an opportunity to work together for a number of years, but in 2018 the stars aligned and I just recently … [Read more...] about Crystal Cruises: What The Luxury Cruise Experience is Really Like
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Travel Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Travel | Want a Different Way to Ring in the New Year? Visit Antarctica. Supported by Trending Forget Times Square. A growing number of travelers are choosing to celebrate the New Year in one of the most remote, beautiful places on Earth. ByAlyson Krueger Dec. 19, 2018 While his friends and family will be back home in Durham, N.H., on New Year’s Eve — at parties, restaurants or at home watching the ball drop — Chuck Ward will be surrounded by glaciers, crystal clear water and Gentoo penguins. That’s because Mr. Ward, a real estate contractor, will be marking the end of one year and the beginning of another in Antarctica. Mr. Ward and his wife are sailing on Le Boréal, a cruise ship owned by Ponant, a French cruise line that prides itself on intimate ships and in-depth trips to the … [Read more...] about Want a Different Way to Ring in the New Year? Visit Antarctica.
By Kim Robertson on Dec 19, 2018 in Cruises & Boat Travel, Speciality Travel The growth in the cruising industry in the past 10 years has been phenomenal. Over 27 million passengers have cruised in 2018, and this is forecast to increase again in 2019 and beyond. As we approach the busiest time for booking holidays, lets explore some of the reasons why this is and why you should consider choosing a cruise for your next holiday. Value for money Cruises offer Great Value, with many more inclusions than a standard land based holiday. Cruise fares usually include all food (often for 24 hours a day) and comfortable, even luxurious, accommodations. Entertainment, including Broadway shows and musicals. And exceptional service (an element most cruisers will tell you is the most important aspect for them). Most of the top luxury cruise lines even include drinks (some even shore excursions) in their fares. It is always wise to consider pricing when choosing a suitable cruise. A lower up … [Read more...] about 5 reasons to choose a cruise for your next holiday