Doris Visits information site for cruisers lists around 1,000 ports with notes, films, and tours. Also listing over 450 ships; ocean, exploration, clipper, and river, all with global finders, links, information, and films.
uCruise, weCruise and we love to cruise at Doris Visits. The Christmas menu has gone away for another year, and we have arranged the jobs we didn’t get around to into the list of jobs for 2023.
uCruise Doris Visits lists every popular cruise port, most with maps, weather, and some with destination guides, and some with tours to enable you to research your dream destination.
uCruise Doris Visits lists over 450 ships with global finders, details, pictures and where we can passenger area tours and links to the operator. Expedition cruise ships are fast becoming the new cruise adventure, and yachts are the real luxury. We also list the clippers.
uCruise Doris Visits has a podcast that we add to when we have something to say or someone interesting in the cruise world that we have interviewed. If you have not heard any of the podcasts, it is time to catch up.
Cruise Investigators. By the end of 2022, we managed to get over 50 parts to the thrilling CRUISE SHIP CRIME INVESTIGATORS story up and loaded on YouTube. Start to follow the story completely free with the first one featured below. The books, Kindle and Audiobooks can be used as gifts.
The onboard shop is where we connect you with cruise books and cruise authors, and more! We have started to allow some gift shops to use our logo so there are a number of T-shirts, and as we find more, we will add them.
But we are here to help you cruise to where you wish to go, on the right ship. Please take a look around and share Doris Visits with fellow cruisers. And for those friends who don’t cruise, show them where you went. Our later films are shot in 4k and will play on even a 100-inch screen… YouTube is a TV channel and YouTube.com/@DorisVisits is our cruise channel.
Doris Visits users affiliate partners, from weather, ship location, to Amazon and others which we hope to keep cruise orientated