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A review of Royal Caribbean Odyssey of the Seas. This is one of the newer Royal Caribbean ships that made its North American debut in November 2022 and is spending the summer sailing the Mediterranean. more
A review of Discovery Princess in Alaska. Dan from TripInsurance.com answers your listener questions as the U.S. government drops restrictions on inbound COVID testings for flights.
This week we get a review of Carnival Sunshine, a Sunshine-class ship that is sailing year-round from Charleston, South Carolina. This was a Bahamas cruise calling to Princess Cays and Nassau. more
Thank you Doug for all the information you provide on a weekly basis, all of your podcasts are packed full of solid, useful and timely information. Keep up the awesome stuff you do for the cruising public. A side note, I can’t wait for your review and thoughts on Carnival Panorama. I will be sailing on her January 11, 2020. Cheers !! From the west coast.
I listed to one review and the guy had so many inaccurate statements that made the podcast worthless. I will never listen again. Do your homework before you do a review!
An informative podcast that provides updates on the latest on cruising and nice overviews of cruise ships. I just wish the host, Doug, would expand a bit on guest comments by asking non-scripted follow-up questions. Too often, it feels like we’re being rushed through a list of prefab questions. For me, the cruise ship is the destination. Recently, a guest was giving his feedback aboard Allure of the Seas, a ship I’m highly interested in sailing upon. It would have been great to hear more about t... more
I recently got into cruising and found this podcast sometime on 2018. I had booked my first cruise which was in January 2019. The podcast has a great format you will get updates and news and then you receive reviews from cruisers. I enjoy the interviews with Sherry and Richard and the other interviews with folks in the industry, and the Q&A. I also enjoy the reviews from cruisers although at times they can be a bit lengthy. However, overall a wonderful, creative and fun podcast. 2021 and this is... more
Try to widen your cruise line reviews. Essentially the same lines make up the overwhelming majority of the reviews.
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Cruise Radio launched 13 years ago and published 801 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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