Whilst in the Norwegian Fjords, Morgans got into the bridge for a few shots of the Vision of the Seas, as well as showing us around the passenger decks. The strawberries dipped in white chocolate made us feel like a break from the screen! It has a two-tier dining room like the Arcadia, which I think always looks and feels good on a ship. It is a Vision class ship from 1998 which has had a dry dock re-fit since then adding additional staterooms, an outdoor movie screen in the pool area, a steakhouse, an Italian restaurant, a sushi restaurant, a cafe eatery, digital signage and information panels throughout the ship like we find in modern bus stops. These are good because messages can be changed. The ship has Wi-Fi internet access, flat-screen televisions in rooms and a nursery for children 6 to 36 months of age. At 280 meters long with 11 decks, she carries 2,435 passengers with 765 crew. The ship has a Cajun-Caribbean fusion to its Caribbean Season with sailings from New Orleans to the Bahamas, Bermuda and beyond. It also sails the Mediterranean and the stunning scenery of the Baltic Sea. As autumn approaches she comes back to discover all the colours of New England.
Check out some of the great Cruise Routes, our concise films of what a ship offers when it takes a specific route. These are typical routes but we do have films to help cruisers on every popular cruise destination in the world.
- Baltic Route
- Canary Islands Cruise
- New England Cruise
- Caribbean Cruise (from Barbados)
- Norwegian Fjords
Essentials – cruise travel labels and our cruise crime novels – oh, and the seasickness bands.
The Port guides here on Doris Visits are a great way to remember your cruise and share with your friends. The crime novels are a whole new experience. You may not have been to the ports in the novels, you certainly won’t have been to the parts of the ship they use. All the cruise crime novels will make you feel like you are in the adventure and on the ship – dodge the bullets and stay out of the romance. Ship and cruise accurate, the novels are a great way for new cruisers to discover a ship too. Please share the Amazon link. .CRUISE SHIP HEIST https://amzn.to/2GKQBIp
QUESTION: If I travel and I am more than 24 weeks pregnant am I technically un-insured and liable for all the bills?
ANSWER: Check with your insurance company and lawyer before you travel, but it appears all the companies say no travel.