Royal Caribbean ships by size

The largest Royal Caribbean cruise ships are almost five times the size of the smallest in the fleet. So, when you’re choosing a ship for your next cruise, it can be helpful to compare all Royal Caribbean ships by size with a list of the biggest Royal Caribbean cruise ships. Below is a list of…

By Cruise Mummy 18th January 2020 0

Best hotels near Barcelona cruise port

Barcelona is one of the world’s busiest cruise ports with seven cruise terminals located on three piers. The port of Barcelona is located at the waterfront in Port Vell, at the end of Las Ramblas in the centre of Barcelona. Many cruise passengers fly into Barcelona airport the day before their cruise, so want to…

By Cruise Mummy 12th January 2020 1

Royal Caribbean Laser Tag Review

On our recent cruise on-board Royal Caribbean’s Mariner of the Seas, one of the activities on-board was laser tag. My five-year-old daughter, Leonie, had never played laser tag before and was eager to try it, so we did. Read on to find out what we both thought of it… What’s Royal Caribbean laser tag like?…

By Cruise Mummy 6th January 2020 0

5 reasons to consider a cruise with Marella

Marella is a cruise line which has intrigued me recently. In my job as an SEO (search engine optimisation) manager I regularly work on cruise websites featuring a whole host of cruise lines from budget and affordable cruise lines like Cruise & Maritime Voyages to the world’s most luxurious cruise lines like Regent Seven Seas…

By Cruise Mummy 28th December 2019 2

The best cruise line private islands

Private islands are seen as the ‘next big thing’ in the cruise industry. These cruise line-owned islands are becoming extensions of the ships themselves, featuring larger versions of on-board splash parks, the same great food you’ll find on the ship, and you may even find that cruise ship drinks and wi-fi packages are able to…

By Cruise Mummy 12th December 2019 0