An inside look at cruising and why it is one of the best vacations ever.

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Janice Wald Henderson Talks Cruising with Windstar And A Dream

Janice Wald Henderson talks about small ship cruising with Paul and both agree that Windstar is one of the best. They have both motor/sailing ships and small ocean-going yacht-like vessels that can dock and anchor right along with today’s mega-yachts. Plus they are casual and hence comfortable. Paul and Elizabeth spent their 25th anniversary on a Windstar cruise in the Mediterranean.



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Anna Hobbs Cruises The Rivers Of France

Anyone who has traveled the waterways of France knows that it can be quite a majestic experience. Travel writer Anna Hobbs joins us to talk about the advantages of an Emerald River Cruise and the unique experience of traveling through France and its rivers.  



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Lisa Lutoff-Perlo Reveals Celebrity Edge’s Eden

Celebrity Cruises’ President and CEO Lisa Lutoff-Perlo joins Paul and Elizabeth to discuss the new Celebrity Edge, a ship destined to revolutionize the cruise experience when it sets sail in late 2018. One innovative concept involves Eden, a three-deck-high space at the ship’s aft that will offer a variety of dining and entertainment throughout the day: yoga and croissants in the morning, enrichment seminars and performances in the afternoon, fine dining at night. “We call it going from chillful to playful to a little bit ‘sinful,’” says Lutoff-Perlo. Eden’s design, featuring almost 7,000 square feet of glass walls furthers one of Edge’s prime directives: providing guests enhanced connectivity with the sea. Enjoy this preview of Celebrity Edge’s Eden.

 



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Jamestown, Virginia The Beginnings Of America

Continuing our tour of Colonial America, Peter Armstrong returns to give us an inside look of one of the first colonies in America … Jamestown, Virginia, and how you can still get that colonial experience today.  



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Harmony Of The Seas

Come aboard the world’s largest cruise ship, Royal Caribbean International’s Harmony of the Seas. Join RCI’s Director of Entertainment Ken Rush to learn about the ship’s almost endless range of entertainment – from water spectaculars to ice shows to Broadway-style productions. Then head down to the Engine Control Room with Elizabeth to discover how Harmony is using the latest technologies to keep the oceans clean. And come with Elizabeth as she descends into The Ultimate Abyss.

 

 



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Cunard Voyages WWII

On this episode of Traveling, Cunard is teaming up with The Greatest Generations Foundation for a once in a lifetime transatlantic cruise from Southampton to New York, and to pay tribute to the forgotten heroes of World War II. Cruising aboard the Queen Mary 2, this trip will relive the days of the original Queen Mary being a troop transport and honor our nation’s veterans with a unique enrichment program. 



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Janice Wald Henderson Talks About Ritz Carlton Before A Cruise

Janice Wald Henderson is back, today to talk about her recent experiences at the Ritz Carlton in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, recent changes in American river cruising, and more. Henderson recently stayed at the Ritz Carlton in Fort Lauderdale before and after a cruise, and highly recommends the hotel. It has both the amenities you’d expect from a Ritz Carlton, with the added casual atmosphere you’d find in Florida. In addition to the amenities at the hotel and the wonderful food, Henderson shares expert cruise travel tips as well as how to get the best possible deal at almost any hotel. 
Henderson also discusses her recent trip on an all new European-style cruise in America: French America Line. The new company, based out of New Orleans, is changing the river cruise experience in the US, and she has all the details. To learn more listen to the full episode below.

 



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Douglas Ward Talks River Cruising And His Book

Douglas Ward visits the show to talk with Paul and Elizabeth about all things river cruising. Ward has been publishing books on cruising for 32 years, is a leader in the cruising industry, and has recently expanded his expertise to river cruising. On the show he shares his experiences, talks about his new book, as well as covers new trends in river cruising (such as the recent expansion in the US and Southeast Asia). Listen to the full episode below to learn more.



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Learning Culinary Skills OnBoard Seven Seas Explorer

Join Paul for a cooking class at the Culinary Arts Kitchen aboard Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ Seven Seas Explorer. Paul chats with the Arts Kitchen’s Executive Chef Kathryn Kelly about the program and why guests can’t get enough of it. Chef Noelle Barille, who assists with the classes, also joins the conversation, along with Paul’s fellow pupil Jason Leppert of TravelPulse. See how fun it can be to learn to cook at sea!

 

 



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Behind The Luxury Curtain On Seven Seas Explorer With Randall Soy

Randall Soy, Executive Vice President Sales and Marketing, of Regent Seven Seas Cruises joins Paul and Elizabeth aboard the line’s Seven Seas Explorer. The ship has been in service since July of 2016, and we take a look at how it’s doing. Regent Seven Seas Cruises celebrates its 25th anniversary this year, and Randall talks about the line’s evolution, as well as its plans for the future, which include cruising to Cuba. “Our guests love to learn,” says Randall, discussing Regent Seven Seas’ Smithsonian program. The three also discuss cruise value – on a Regent Seven Seas Cruises, the cruise fare includes just about everything – and shore excursions that give a more in-depth experience than the norm. Find out what’s it like to cruise on the Seven Seas Explorer.