All posts by Cruiser Jana

4 Must-Take Boat Tours in New York

There aren't places that are more perfect for taking a cruise than New York. The waters surrounding Manhattan and throughout the state of New York are gorgeous and they sit along some of the most splendid sights. If you'll be in New York, consider cruising with one or more of the following companies: Read more [...]

Attend the Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival in New York this August

If you can't go on a boat this summer, how does watching one sound? Actually, you can watch more than 100 splendid boats in all their sailing glory at the Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival in New York. In celebration of the 5th month of the lunar calendar, more than 120 dragon boat teams converge on Meadow Lake in New York every August to compete in one of America’s largest dragon boat festivals. Take in the spectacle on the water, and enjoy a wide array of international music, martial arts, crafts, Read more [...]

Start Planning Your New Year’s Eve Cruise in Hawaii Now

It's nearly July, which means we have roughly 6 months to plan for the perfect New Year's Eve cruise. Too early, you say? No way. New Year's Eve seems to come before we know it, and let's just say it's a night that you don't want to be scrambling for plans.Read more [...]

How to Take a Chicago Cruise on Lake Michigan

Taking a cruise on Lake Michigan is a fantastic way to see Chicago’s skyline from a unique vantage point. Choose from sightseeing Chicago cruises on yachts or on historic tall ships, Chicago dinner cruises, economically-priced cruises and more. Read more [...]

Learn About San Diego Harbor Cruises

When you’re looking for a great way to sightsee and take in some of the best experiences that make San Diego a top tourist destination, consider taking a San Diego harbor cruise. Read more [...]

What to Do in San Diego Bay

San Diego Bay is considered one of the best natural harbors in North America. It was colonized by Spain in 1769, used as a base headquarters for U.S. Navy Ships until the Unites States entered World War II, and is currently home to 2 commercial ports and a cruise ship port in San Diego. Read more [...]