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Cruise International

Cruise International October/November 2017

Cruise International is the leading cruise magazine, dedicated to helping both the cruise holiday enthusiast and first-timers alike to enjoy the best that cruising has to offer. Every issue is packed with fascinating features and glorious photographs of exotic destinations, romantic ports and secret hideaways. It is also full of useful information about life on board, plus expert advice on which ship to choose and the best time to travel. Whether you’ve cruised before or are planning the holiday of a lifetime, Cruise International tells you all you need to know.

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in this issue

1 min.
editor’s letter

Where do you want to go on holiday next year? If you’re thinking about a cruise you’ll find plenty of ideas to inspire you in this issue, including the hottest destinations for 2018 (page 57). Sometimes it can seem as though the world is shrinking but that’s not the case for cruise lines, which are offering more and more amazing places to visit. Personally I’d love to go to India and Cuba. We’ll see. One of my favourite cruise itineraries is still the Baltic – the combination of all that history, culture and of course those fairy tale palaces is irresistible; turn to page 27 to see the best itineraries for the year ahead. I know many of you are longing to go on a Norwegian fjords cruise. On page 76 you…

1 min.
south georgia

First sighted in the 17th century, its remote location in the southern Atlantic ocean means the only permanent residents on South Georgia are seabird and seal colonies. Yet the island’s solitude is very much part of its attraction. Cruising to this windswept outpost presents a fantastic opportunity to explore the hilly, mountainous landscape and marvel at the king penguin and albatross flocks that crowd its sandy beaches, while dolphins circle the cliff-lined coast and caracaras sweep the sky. Follow in the footsteps of Ernest Shackleton, a century after his famous expedition to the island, and explore its shores as part of an Antarctic cruise, also calling at the Falkland Islands.…

4 min.
cruise news

NCL REVEALS FEATURES FOR NORWEGIAN BLISS Norwegian Cruise Line has revealed features for its 16th ship, Norwegian Bliss, which will sail to Alaska, the Caribbean and the Mexican Riviera from June 2018. Like its sister ship Norwegian Joy, which started sailing in China this summer, Norwegian Bliss will boast a two-level go karting race track, an open-air laser tag course, as well as brand new dining options including a Texan smokehouse. “This will no doubt be our most incredible ship to date,” said NCL President & CEO Andy Stuart. “We have elevated Norwegian Bliss’s onboard experience to new heights, bringing the best features from across our fleet plus exciting new first-at-sea activities.” (ncl.co.uk). VOTE FOR US AND YOU COULD WIN A HOLIDAY There’s still time to vote for Cruise International as Best Consumer Holiday Magazine…

1 min.
beauty news

PURE GENIUS We’re loving the fab new Aura Botanica haircare range from Kérastase, made from up to 98% of natural origin ingredients including Samoan Coconut Oil and Moroccan Argan Oil to provide nutrition and up to 72 hours of anti-frizz (kerastase.co.uk). THINK PINK To mark the 25th anniversary of the pink ribbon campaign, Elemis is donating £25,000 to Breast Cancer Care from the sales of its Limited Edition pink 100ml Pro-Collagen Marine Cream Limited Edition, to help the charity continue their excellent work supporting women living with and beyond breast cancer (£99, elemis.com). GET SET GLOW Clinique’s new Even Better Glow Light Reflecting Makeup SPF 15 is a sheer, fluid foundation that gives light to moderate coverage with an instant radiant effect. What’s more, over time its exfoliating and brightening ingredients help correct discoloration and…

1 min.
cruise style

CUTS THE MUSTARD Add a pop of colour with this spacious tote in sumptuous suede (£95, oliverbonas.com). FRINGE FESTIVAL Jazz up your evening ensemble with these blue fringe earrings (£9.99, zara.com/uk). SOFT TOUCH An ombre wool and silk blend scarf worn with jeans and a simple shirt will create a casually sophisticated look (£39, east.co.uk). GLAMOUR EYES Channel your inner diva with these Ted Baker tortoise shell shades (£75, visionexpress.com). CLUB TROPICANA This flattering swimsuit in a colourful palm leaf print will look great by the pool (£85, figleaves.com). BOHO CHIC Be unique with a Morgan & French personalised silver and leather twist bracelet (£120, johnlewis.com).…

1 min.
let’s go

BUILT TO LAST With its clean design, the TLX Extended Trip Packing Case is robust with a four-wheel system that ensures effortless manoeuvrability (£545, tumi.com). TIMELESSLY CHIC Designed with pilots in mind, this chronograph from luxury British brand Bremont has a hardened stainless steel case and is water-resistant to 10 ATM (£3,895, bremont.com). SNAP HAPPY The Lomo’Instant Panama camera is ideal for cruises, with three shooting modes and unlimited multiple exposures as well as flash filters (£105, shop.lomography.com). MIDAS TOUCH Ted Baker’s trolley duffle with sophisticated gold detailing is the perfect hold all for any adventure (£235, caseluggage.com). WASH AND GO Lightweight and durable, this Smythson leather washbag combines form and function to protect all your essential items (£250, smythson.com). CHARGED UP This sleek, fast-charging battery pack in rose gold will keep your gadgets going for as long as you need…