What is a repositioning cruise? This is a question that we are often asked by guests. A repositioning cruise is one where the ship moves from one part of the world to another. For example, a ship might start in Europe and move to Asia for the summer before moving back to Europe for the winter. These cruises usually last longer than traditional cruises, and they offer guests a unique way to see different parts of the world!

Vacations in general are often an opportunity for romance and cruises are no different in that regard - except that there's a natural sense of adventure, trying something new, and for many people even an erotic fantasy of doing something kinky on a boat while being rocked by the waves. While litterally thousands of adults enjoy the "motion of the ocean" on a daily basis while cruising, many more also like to use this time to either enjoy a particular kink or celebrate that spirit of "trying something new" on a cruise as well. For some folks that means booking a lifestyle cruise - swingers cruises, nude cruises, gay cruises are all very popular - other folks are simply looking to bring some fun toys along with them to use privately with their partner.

Are you planning treat yourself this new year to a fantastic cruise vacation with a prominent cruise ship line such as Carnival, Princess Cruises, or the Royal Caribbean? Well if that is on your list of things to do this year, then there are certain things that you need to need to learn about, especially if it will be your first cruise vacation.

One thing I hear regularly from people looking to book a cruise is are the ultra luxury cruise lines worth it and what makes it so? This ultra luxury space has evolved rapidly over the past decade along with the premium lines and I think ultimately the lines have become blurred. However, like most things in life, when it comes to spending money ... each person needs to make the decision for themselves. Here are some things to help you decide if booking an ultra luxury cruise is right for you.

When new cruisers start to plan their cruise ship vacation, there is always one thing that comes up: what are starboard and port? These terms are not just for sailors but are used as reference for the location of almost everything you'll find on the ship from the hallway where your room is located to which bar to meet someone at. Sure, you could always just use left or right but this isn't a land-based vacation, you're on a cruise ship and that means it is time to learn the lingo. Let's break down these two concepts to help you understand them better before your next cruise!