Five Pleasant Surprise Features in Cunard Britannia Cabins

  If you sail with Cunard, the vast majority of the cabins are Britannia class. Outside cabins with balconies average about 260 square feet, about the same size as some Grill level accommodations used to be aboard the famous QE2. Today, ships are assembled like Lego blocks. These cabins are substantially the same size. You pay extra for location. We have always travelled in Britannia class. Over time, we have discovered several cool features. Ice Bucket in …

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Bringing Your Own Wine Aboard Ship

Which are you? For some people, taking a luxury cruise is a once in a lifetime event. For others, it’s an annual or semiannual event. The cruise industry places a high value on loyalty and repeat customers. They want you to consider their ships your home away from home. This includes wine fans. In most cases, yes, you can bring your own wine. What’s the Rationale? This might surprise you. Didn’t I read something about no liquor …

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Bryce Sanders’ Bio

Bryce Sanders

Bryce Sanders, President of Perceptive Business Solutions Inc., has provided training for the financial services industry on High Net Worth (HNW) client acquisition since 2001. He has been extensively published in various industry publications in the US, UK and Canada. He and his wife, Jane, are also avid travelers, explaining they are “married” to American Airlines, Marriott and Cunard. “Two of them need to be involved whenever we go anyplace,” says Bryce. Favorite hotels are Marriott Shanghai …

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