7 Good Cruise Sites That Cruisers Should Frequent

Here is a list of 7 good cruise sites that passengers should visit for information about cruising. This Website & app, of course, are listed. 

 

I did just check out one site that I was not familiar with, ourcruisephotos.com hoping that it was a site where you could purchase photos after your cruise that you wish you had bought.  From what I read, you can for now only pre-purchase your photos at a discount.  Photo services of three cruise lines are available for pre-purchase.  What is nice is that you can do a photo book of your photos.  This might be especially useful for a wedding, anniversary or family reunion cruise. 

 

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I have a problem with some of these sites because they generalize too much and are not cruise line specific...and if the information is outdated, it's useless to me!

I used to browse Cruise Law News but that guy's constant bashing of the cruise industry is just too much. 

 

One site my cruise guru at work showed me that is helpful is Shipparade.com 

 

It has just about every cruise ship sailing right now and is a good site if you want to check out the interior, exterior, and specs on ships you haven't sailed on yet.  I frequent it a lot since I love looking at ship pictures.

 

Thanks for that article.  The CruiseTT site is good.  Hadn't heard of it until your article post.  The info for the ships is great.  It shows exactly where the ship is scheduled to be for each day of the month selected.  The port schedules are faster to use than the way I'd been doing it (having to internet search each port schedule).  Thanks again. 

 

 

Just a reminder that we have many of these features available right here on cruiseline.com!

We have tens of thousands of photos of ships and ports from real cruisers, and we show you what ships will be in port on a particular day on the port page (ex: http://cruiseline.com/port/caribbean-eastern/charlotte-amalie-st-thomas#reviews, on the right side of the page)

I find no need to look elsewhere for info and as stated, I trust the reliability of info on this site!

 

Thanks Simon, you do a great job here! 

Yes, I agree that often the information is useless to me, also.  But, I did visit each site, anyway to see what was on it. 

 

I am somewhat reluctant to send people to other sites because it can be counterproductive to the advertisers who pay to be on this site ... I realize cruiseline.com was listed as one of the 7 - I've really begun using many of the features and companies on this site moreso than ever ... there are a lot more things besides the forum and reviews Happy

I have found everything I need right here - no need to look elsewhere. 

No thanks.  I'm good right here

 

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