Last minute warm water sailings in Baja and Hawaii Larry Bleiberg, special for USA TODAY10:51a.m. EST January 2, 2013 If … Continue reading
Many people settle down with family during the holidays to catch up, and reconnect with loved ones. For a small group, the holidays are a perfect time to explore and experience the world.
Small ship cruises have been busy this holiday season, exploring diverse areas of our world, from the southern reaches of Antarctica and the South Pacific, up to the unique Galapagos Islands and Central America, and further to Europe and America’s southern Atlantic coast.
Our passengers on the High Artic Russia sailing are at the Hotel Continental many blocks away from the horrible issues … Continue reading Oslo – Lindblad passengers are safe
Sitka, Alaska has built a new dock to encourage the big cruise ships to visit their small port town. So far they have a dock and no big cruise ships.
This is the time to take your SMALL ship cruise that visits Sitka. Once the big ships show up the town will be overrun. At this point I do not think there is a single Carribbean gold store in Sitka, as in all the other big ship ports. Sitka is on the verge of change, and not for the better in my opinion. I believe 2013 will see the transition of a native port to a tourist port. Continue reading “Sitka, Alaska new dock no ships”
This is a list of bird sighting in the Alaska Inside Passage from National Geographic Sea Lion sailing May 15 – 20, 2011 Continue reading “Alaska Inside Passage Bird Sightings – May 15-20”
March 17th from the ship From the National Geographic Sea Bird in Baja California Find your Baja California cruise The … Continue reading National Geographic day on the ship in Baja
Reports from the Galapagos Islands have just arrived with the following update on the passing of the waves that resulted … Continue reading Tsunami Galapagos update