Bigger is not always better, particularly when it comes to cruising.
The disappearance of the Yawijibaya people remains one of the North West's greatest mysteries.
January marked 100 years since the death of Shackleton, arguably the most courageous, if not successful, of all the continent's great explorers. Just a couple of months later his ship was discovered at the bottom of an icy sea.
The return of this cruise around the Hawaiian islands is cause for celebration.
Exploring the world's longest stretch of undefiled coastline on a small ship seems like the perfect re-entrance into the travel world.
From record-breaker to scrapyard: World's largest cruise ship to be dismantled before a single sailing
It was meant to herald a new class of giant cruise ship, but the Global Dream II looks set for the scrapyard even before it sails a single journey.
The Love Boat series might have finished but Princess Cruises' MedallionClass is here to stay.
What's changed (and what's still the same) on board cruise ships in Australia after the ban.
There really isn't anything like it. Your holiday begins the moment you board the ship.
It's the sort of whimsy Willy Wonka would have come up with given a spare billion dollars and modern technology.
This is how cruising should look. Small ships, low impact, maximum enjoyment.
When Angelyn Burk, a recently retired accountant, decided to crunch some numbers one evening last year, she made a stunning discovery.