Wednesday, 28 November 2012

The 50th edition of Cruise Passenger magazine out now


This specially commissioned cover is an original artwork that celebrates the enduring romance of cruise travel – and the continuing popularity of good, old-fashioned, top-quality travel writing!

Readers have the chance to win a limited-edition, poster-size print signed by the artist, Michael Crampton, in a competition that’s ridiculously easy to enter.

We’re also celebrating the world’s love affair with cruise travel by offering the chance to win an amazing voyage for two people in Australia’s hottest destination, The Kimberley, with Orion Expedition Cruises. Worth $25,860, this competition is open to all our subscribers, existing and new. Yes, you have to be a subscriber to receive Cruise Passenger magazine and at $29.95 a year (the price of about 10 cappuccinos) it’s an absolute bargain. And a lovely present for a good friend.

More must-reads in this edition:
• Best in the business: 2012 winners of the 8th Annual Readers’ Choice Awards.
• Accent on Europe: Away from the madding crowds; classic Royal Scotsman rail journey combined with a Celtic cruise; Oceania Marina in the Med.
• Inspiring Escapes: Gourmet dining on the Peruvian Amazon; traversing the Northwest Passage; a classic Alaska cruise; visiting lesser-known South Pacific spots with a boutique cruise line.
• New ships: editor’s review of Celebrity Reflection, plus a look at what’s coming up in 2013.
• News: Jump on a European river cruise next year with MasterChef‘s Gary Mehigan and George Calombaris, My Kitchen Rules’ sexy Frenchman Manu Feildel, and Ready Steady Cook’s Janelle Bloom, Alastair McLeod and Damian Heads.


Cruise Passenger magazine is published by Edge, 51 Whistler Street, Manly, NSW 2095. It is an independent voice in the cruise industry and has been published since 1976. It covers ocean, river and adventure cruises in ships of all sizes and for all budgets and has a loyal following among discerning world travellers. If you haven’t discovered the world of cruising already, think on this: it’s no longer the domain of the “newly wed, over-fed and nearly dead”!


http://www.cruisepassenger.com.au/