Cruising the World: From Gondolas to Megaships

The Perfect Book for Armchair Cruising

Caribbean * Americas * Europe * Mediterranean * Middle East * East Asia * Far East Islands * Southeast Asia * South Asia * South Pacific * Africa * Antarctica

 


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Reviews & Interviews

Cruising the World is the 14th book by this former SATW Photographer of the Year, and one of the most lavishly illustrated…  YOUR BOOK IS FABULOUS !! –Dan Schlossberg, Host & Executive Producer, Travel Itch Radio

A luscious, photography-laden look at all aspects of the worldwide cruise phenomenon…’Cruising the World – From Gondolas to Megaships’ is just what the (travel) doctor ordered. …Nicely done Mr. Cox!  –Richard Frisbie, Writer/Publisher, Hope Farm Press

Entertaining and educational, ‘Cruising The World: From Gondolas To Megaships’ is an inherently fascinating browse and ideal for the personal reading lists of armchair travelers in general, and anyone considering a shipboard world traveling experience in particular. Very highly recommended.  –James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief, Midwest Book Review

This book is a stunner. The depth of the coverage is amazing… Wonderful book!  –Bob Krist, National Geographic Photographer


Dennis Cox is All Things Cruise Writer and Official Photographer

 

Cheers,
Dennis Cox
Dennis Cox LLC
Photo Explorer Productions
www.DennisCox.com
All Things Cruise: Official Photographer, and Writer
Cruising the World:  Interview on Travel Itch Radio

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