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Cruise Ships All Over the World Are Being Laid Up

In light of the fact that actually operating ships and adhering to itineraries is becoming increasingly unrealistic due to coronavirus, ships all over the world are being forced to lay up. Read more [...]

Holistica Destinations Plans Exciting New Vacation Spot in the Bahamas

Fans of cruises to the Bahamas have Holistica Destinations to thank for the next amazing vacation. Read more [...]
Puerto Vallarta beach

Cruise Ship Port of Call Profile: Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

One of the old-school cruise ship ports of call (it was the last stop on the final episode of the Love Boat, for anyone who remembers back that far or who’s watched the show in re-runs), Puerto Vallarta is popular for sun, sand, and shopping, as well as a variety of outdoor adventures, natural features, and cultural attractions. Read more [...]

Port of Call Profile: Bermuda

Bermuda is a shining jewel in the Atlantic, and a popular cruising destination. Learn more about this charming and sophisticated port of call that’s unlike any other you’ll find in Western Hemisphere cruises. Read more [...]
Havana, Cuba

Trump Administration Stops Tourism to Cuba, Leaving Cruise Passengers at Sea

A little more than two years after President Obama approved limited American tourism to Cuba, cruise ships departing from U.S. ports are no longer permitted to make Havana a port of call. On Tuesday, June 4, President Trump imposed a travel ban on American visits to the Caribbean island, leaving some cruise ship passengers in the lurch. Meanwhile, cruise ship companies scrambled to arrange alternate stops or revise itineraries so as not to violate the ban. Read more [...]
Old San Juan coast

Port of Call Profile: Old San Juan

Right in our own backyard, cruise ship visitors have access to Old San Juan, one of the first settled places in the New World, and an area that today still tempts travelers with sunny skies, historic landmarks, friendly people, and delicious food. Read more [...]