Home Cruise Reviews

Cruise Reviews

Welcome to Cruise International's official Cruise Reviews. Have you been on a cruise recently? Why not tell us about it by submitting Your Cruise Review here

The vibrant Akihabara district in Tokyo © iStock

Princess Japan and South Korea cruise review

A Princess Cruises stay-and-cruise adventure that begins in Tokyo and takes you to South Korea offers a tantalising glimpse of very different worlds, says Cruise International Editor Liz Jarvis Everyone around me is naked and I’m...
Hapag-Lloyd Cruises' Europa 2

Europa 2 refurb

Cruise International Contributing Editor Sara Macefield gives her verdict on the recent enhancements made to Hapag-Lloyd Cruises’ Europa 2 Hapag-Lloyd Cruises’ Europa 2 emerged from dry dock in Hamburg in September with a fresh new...
One of Rome’s iconic landmarks is the Trevi Fountain © iStock

Saga Mediterranean cruise review

A Saga mini-cruise around the Mediterranean has Karen Pasquali Jones partying from Ibiza to Rome As the sun set, we danced al fresco in the world’s party capital, Ibiza. It was hot – still in the mid 20s...
Lovatnet Lake in Loen, Norway, shimmers blue green in the sun © Visit Norway

Fred. Olsen Norwegian fjords cruise review

Victoria Gavin joins a Fred. Olsen cruise around the Norwegian fjords and is overwhelmed by the scale, beauty and colours of the lakes and mountains Be prepared for snow,” was the advice my friend and...
Sunset in Dresden © iStock

Viking Elbe cruise review

A Viking cruise on the Elbe offers an intriguing mix of history, culture, scenery… and some fabulous apple strudel, says Cruise International Contributing Editor Julie Peasgood We are clutching our sweets like excited kids on a...
View of Naples and Mount Vesuvius from Posillipo © iStock

Norwegian Epic fitness cruise review

It’s often said that calories don’t count at sea, but can you really get fit on a cruise? We sent self-confessed junk food addict Karen Pasquali Jones on a mini-break to find out… Sunday The plane...
The Chain Bridge and Buda Castle at night in Budapest, Hungary © Getty Images

Uniworld Danube cruise review

Sailing from Passau to Budapest on Uniworld’s S.S. Maria Theresa is a glamorous, cultural affair, discovers Cruise International Editor Liz Jarvis We’re sipping chilled Champagne in the drawing room of the magnificent Artstetten Castle near Austria’s...
Glacier Bay in Alaska is a UNESCO World Heritage Site © iStockvideo

Silversea Alaska cruise review

With a longing to see whales in the wild, Cruise International Contributing Editor Julie Peasgood joins a luxurious Alaskan voyage sailing on board Silver Shadow We’re the paparazzi of the ocean – cameras, mobiles and...

AmaKristina cruise review

Chris Mosler and her husband Huw embark on their first river cruise on board luxury new ship AmaKristina We’re drinking Prosecco in the swimming pool on board AmaKristina with our new friends, the sun beating...
a Barbary macaque monkey surveys Gibraltar © iStock

Britannia family cruise review

Want to keep a teenager happy and entertained for a week? Take them on a Mediterranean cruise, says Rosie Shelley, who sailed on board Britannia From our vantage point 400 metres above sea level, as...

Cruise International

Cruise International is the UK’s highest-selling newsstand travel magazine dedicated to cruise holidays. Packed with inspirational reviews, the hottest destination advice, celebrity interviews and the very latest ocean and river cruise news, it helps both new and experienced cruisers alike plan their next trip. With its high production values, stunning photography and outstanding editorial, Cruise International is first choice for Britain’s 1.75 million annual cruise holidaymakers.

SAVE UP TO 37%

PRINT

SAVE UP TO 47%

DIGITAL

cruise_logo

CONTACTS

EDITORIAL
Liz Jarvis
ADVERTISING
Lyndal Beeton
MEDIA PACK
CLICK TO DOWNLOAD
MARKETING
Daniel Webb