Books in category Travel – Cruises

  • Cruising the Southern and Western Caribbean

    Cruising the Southern and Western Caribbean
    Larry H. Ludmer

    Here is an invaluable guide to the cruise lines, the ships themselves and their ports of call in the Western and Southern Caribbean, extending from the Bahamas down to Trinidad and even Venezuela.

  • Cruising the Mediterranean

    Cruising the Mediterranean
    Hunter Publishing

    A thorough update for this cruising season, with extensive details on every vessel travelling in the Med.

  • Den antarktiske engel

    Den antarktiske engel
    Michael Aagaard Jensen, Thomas Råhlin

    Eksperter frygter, at flere ulykker blot er et spørgsmål om tid. Journalisterne Michael Aagaard Jensen og Thomas Råhlin har ved hjælp af omfattende research rekonstrueret, hvad der skete, den dag Explorer sank.

  • New York New Jersey Organic Food Stores Famers Markets Vegetarian Restaurants

    New York & New Jersey Organic Food Stores, Famers’ Markets & Vegetarian Restaurants
    James Bernard Frost

    This is the resource book for vegetarian travelers. — Healing Retreats. This is a terrific and much-needed guidebook that makes traveling easy and worry-free for vegetarians.

  • Mauritius Proof That Paradise Does Really Exist

    Mauritius – Proof That Paradise Does Really Exist
    Mabel Dawn Van Niekerk

    Mauritius is proof that paradise does really exist – it’s a fascinating island in the Indian Ocean, east of Madagascar.

  • Adventure Guide to St Martin St Barts

    Adventure Guide to St. Martin & St. Barts
    Lynne Sullivan

    Provides a detailed guide to every aspect of the destination: history, culture, foods, restaurants, hotels, sightseeing, things to do. This guide covers St. Martin and St. Barts.

  • Abandoned Ship

    Abandoned Ship
    Benji Smith

    Praised by Newsweek/The Daily Beast for its "honest reflection and frightening detail", this gripping, triumphant story is ultimately a spiritual tale, the story of a pair of survivors who find hope and meaning in the aftermath of a tragedy …

  • Cruise Confidential

    Cruise Confidential
    Brian David Bruns

    Relates the author's humorous experiences working for one year on a large cruise ship.

  • The Captain s Log

    The Captain’s Log
    mateboer Hans

    The characters, truly existed, although I did change names and ships around a bit. This book is a picture of my life and undoubtedly that of many others who have spend a considerable time at sea.

  • Dominica and St Lucia Alive

    Dominica and St. Lucia Alive!.
    Lynne M. Sullivan

    Got it. Or perhaps you want to relax on the best beach sipping a cocktail. Got it! This exciting Alive guide is absolutely packed with detail, offering hundreds of hotel review and restaurant recommendations.

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