GoNOMAD Travel articles about cruises. But the kind of cruises we pay the most attention to are the unique ones, the unusual cruises that people tend to never forget. If you like cruising the ocean but want something smaller, something more special, we’re sure you will enjoy our selection of features below about unusual cruises.
Between Baby Boomers and Millennials, Many Adults Want a Cruise Devoid of Kids By Jill Webb Cruise ships are notorious for being a great option for a family getaway, but lately, there’s been a spike in cruise patrons wanting to get away from families– specifically, the kids. On Cruise Critic, a website catering to the […]
My Journey Crossing the Pacific Ocean by Container Ship, Part 2. Pete Martin set off on a long journey on a container ship out of Busan, South Korea. Part one was about his departing and the setting of the ship. READ PART ONE. Here is his second installment, well into the months-long journey, as he […]
The Philippines, Robinson Crusoe style By Zarina Hora My husband and I booked a sailing expedition in the Philippines on a boat without running water or flushing toilets. But I wasn’t going to let a little pesky detail like running water get in my way of a possible adventure. We found a unique company that […]
European Adventures by Land and Sea By Shane Fay Katarina Line is a tour operator and small cruise ship company that is based in the European nation of Croatia. From the end of April to the middle of October, Katarina Line offers weekly guaranteed departures from Croatia’s major tourist centers of Dubrovnik, Split, and Opatija. With […]
Not your typical Croatian cruise: Dining on shore instead of aboard By Terri Colby My truffle epiphany came on a rainy night in Croatia. We were a little more than halfway through a seven-day cruise along the Dalmatian coast. A few hours earlier our ship, the MV Futura, had put in at the island of […]