The latest issue of Britain’s best-selling cruise travel magazine Cruise International is on sale now and available via the app and to digital subscribers.
Cruising is becoming more adventurous and we’re showcasing the best of it, from the hottest off-the-beaten-track destinations to the rise of solo cruising. You’ll find all this and more in the April/May issue of Cruise International.
Following on from the launch of his latest TV series, James Martin’s American Adventure on ITV, we have delicious recipes from the beautiful cookbook by the P&O Cruises Food Hero that accompanies the programme.
Solo travel is one of the fastest growing travel trends, and the cruise industry is responding. With more and more cruise lines from NCL to Uniworld catering for solo travellers, single cabins and no single supplements now available on many cruises, more cruise companies offering single incentives, and the publication of Titan’s solo cruises brochure, we talk to the cruise line and agency MDs about what they can offer solo travellers.
In this issue you will also find a glittering showcase of the most stylish and elegant ocean and river cruises around, with carefully selected itineraries for the year ahead, and amazing deals.
From Angola to the Maldives, the cruise world isn’t shrinking – it’s getting bigger, more adventurous and exciting. We reveal the coolest off-the-beaten-track destinations you may not have thought of cruising to – and explain why you should.
Plus Saturday Night Takeaway’s Stephen Mulhern on cruising, we reveal the must-sees in our New York city guide, and your chance to win a £3,000 Greek islands cruise with Celestyal Cruises.
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