Once upon a time, when pilots wore sheepskin-trimmed leather jackets, there were no class divisions in passenger aircraft. Times have certainly changed.
Sydney-based writer and photographer, Michael Gebicki has been writing travel articles since 1982 and is Traveller's resident Tripologist.
Knowing your port from your starboard is the first rule of seafaring.
That's enough time for a decent getaway, or even a quick jaunt offshore.
Where there's vapour, there's fire.
A couple were recently caught on camera trying to flag down their cruise ship as it departed without them.
Transforming an 18th century warrior fort into a cruisy hotel was not without its challenges.
The regulations that apply to ships are determined by the country where they are registered.
You may be able to make a claim if a grounded flight has cost you money.
Held in Hamburg each year, the Crystal Cabin Awards are described as the Oscars of the aviation interiors industry.
It's all about weight: the lighter they are, the better.
Sites of outstanding natural or cultural value don't always get the respect and care they deserve.
You're at your hotel's check-in desk, it's the end of a long day and you've just been told there's no room at the inn.
Pilots may be able to land despite poor visibility, but that's when the real problems may happen.
Abandoning an intact aircraft is far from common, but it happens.
Hop on board for a guide to the world's best city tram rides.