If you don’t say ‘wow’ when looking at the pictures of at least one of these pool areas then we suspect you may be one of our most jaded readers.
As South Africa looks ahead to the coming cruise season, Cruise Arabia & Africa thought it worthwhile to consider the facts and figures involved in cruising during the cyclone season.
Today, cruise ships are big because they’re cheaper to run (on a per passenger basis) and therefore are more profitable when cruising at full occupancy due to economies of scale. But, is […]
Cruise Arabia & Africa address some of the misconceptions associated with cruising, one of which is that illness outbreaks on-board, such as Norovirus, the most common, make cruises unsafe – which is false…
Cruise holidays have a reputation for being a family-friendly, value-for-money vacation option for young families and this market is where the cruise industry derives a lot of its revenue each year. However, […]
Having done countless cruises and met hundreds of members of staff aboard cruise ships around the world, Cruise Arabia & Africa has learnt that the quickest and cheapest (it doesn’t cost a […]
Ten ways to enhance your cruise experience, whether you’re a first-time cruiser or a veteran, there’s bound to be something in here you hadn’t thought of…
Older or a newer ship, an inside or an outside cabin, a drinks package or pay as you go? There are various hacks and tricks you can employ to save as much […]
Seasickness, or the fear of it, is what Cruise Arabia & Africa has found to be passengers greatest concern before booking a cruise or boarding the ship. This is with good reason […]
Cruise ship cabins are a very cleverly and practically designed space that we at Cruise Arabia & Africa have discovered hides many secrets.