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Cruise Critic Chris

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About Cruise Critic Chris

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    Managing Editor

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  • Location
    Bucks County, PA
  • Interests
    Foodie Spoken Here
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    River/Expedition/Sailing/Luxury
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Russia/Alaska/Europe

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  1. TCM has announced a 2020 cruise. Here's the info: https://www.cruisecritic.com/news/4348/
  2. Here's our story on it: https://www.cruisecritic.com/articles.cfm?ID=4286. Even though it's sold out, it looks like you can join the wait list.
  3. We're watching and updating! https://www.cruisecritic.com/news/4251/
  4. Another article on Monaco Grand Prix cruising: https://www.cruisecritic.com/articles.cfm?ID=4174 Also I have a review up on Star Pride. Next year, the line will be using Wind Surf so it doesn't really apply. https://www.cruisecritic.com/reviews/review.cfm?ShipID=723
  5. Here's an article I put together on the different cruise options: https://www.cruisecritic.com/articles.cfm?ID=4069&cache=reset
  6. Cruise Critic was at the press conference - here's our story: https://www.cruisecritic.com/news/3962/
  7. I am going on this cruise for Cruise Critic in May, so I'll be writing lots of content. Bringing my dad -- it's on his bucket list! I have researched the other Grand Prix cruises and what makes Windstar different is that it's a true "theme cruise," where everyone onboard goes to the event. On the other lines, it's offered as an extra shore excursion, usually for quite a bit of money.
  8. Cruise Critic went to the shipyard where American Queen Steamboat Company has been refurbing the two Victory Cruise Lines ships it has bought, as well as American Countess, which is coming in 2020. Also info about Ocean Victory, a ship that it's chartering in Alaska for 2021: https://www.cruisecritic.com/news/3714/
  9. Wanted to make sure Oceania passengers saw our coverage from some recent events. We toured Insignia in New York (after the refurb) and also took part in a Dom Perignon experience that is rolling out on Riviera and Marina this month. Questions, let me know!
  10. Hm. Going on SDII over Thanksgiving this year (2019) and now wondering. It's a wine voyage so I thought that might ward off some of the kiddos......
  11. Was told today by the Emerald rep that we *might* be able to sail the entire itinerary, Budapest to Nuremberg. My parents, who are also taking this trip, were told the same thing by their travel agent. Will let you know what the final word is when I get on the ship Saturday in Budapest. Just booked a ruin pub tour for Friday night and a massage/bath ticket for Gellert. Will definitely pack a raincoat.
  12. Woo hoo! We're still being told by Emerald that passage between Passau and Nuremburg is unlikely, but the rest of the cruise will likely be (smooth?) sailing.
  13. LOL! We've had Cruise Critic editors on a bunch of affected sailings this season. One editor had her Ama itinerary switched to Dutch waterways from the Danube. All have still been fun, as will our Emerald sailing. We did have an editor scheduled to be on Viking Egil, also leaving the same date out of Nuremberg. She received word last night that her cruise was canceled. I checked in with Emerald PR this morning, and we're still a go. Candiac, looking forward to meeting you! My husband, along with sister and her husband as well as my parents are coming on this cruise with me. We're all going to have a great time, no matter what's going on.
  14. Story on the ports we visited (i was on the short itinerary): https://www.cruisecritic.com/news/3519/
  15. Cruise Critic here in the same boat (ha). I am slated to be on Emerald Waterways, leaving Budapest on Dec. 8 for Nuremberg. Reading the threads and hoping for rain!
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