Cruising Isn’t Just For Old People was founded in September 2016 when I returned from my first Cunard cruise with lots to tell the world. Since then I have been focusing on building a young cruisers community and engaging guest bloggers from around the world. I am extremely proud of the community that we have created of likeminded, young (ish) cruisers who aim to inform and inspire. others.

Heya, I’m Emma.

Girl dress norwegian breakway balconyI’m founder of Cruising isn’t just for old people. Welcome!

I’m a 23-year-old travel blogger from the UK. I’ve been cruising since I was 11 and am passionate about the idea that cruising is for everybody.  I have been on 11 cruises so far and have another couple booked this year.

Click here to read more about me and my cruise history.

Twitter: EmmaCruises

Instagram: EmmaCruises

 

Guest bloggers:
Cruising isn't just for old people contributor stella

Stella is a 20 year old Brazilian/Italian/Lebanese student who posts for us here (almost) every Saturday. She has been cruising since 5 years old and has been on 11 so far! She has, amazingly, managed to visit over 30 countries in her 20 years and considers herself a world citizen.

Twitter: Stella_cruises

 

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Victoria is a 23 year old travel blogger based in the UK. She’s our resident Princess expert with a passion for shorts! You can catch her at www.lostashore.co.uk or, to see her guest posts on Cruising Isn’t Just For Old People click here: Victoria.

Twitter: lost_ashore

Instagram: lost_ashore

 

Paul and Carole are a couple from Gloucester, England. You can find them at Paul and Carole Love to Travel where they share their travel experiences to inspire others to travel. It certainly works for me, I love watching their travel videos and reading about all the interesting places that they visit (even if it does make me incredibly envious!)

Make sure you follow them on youtube here: Paul and Carole Love To Travel

Twitter: P_Clovetotravel 

Instagram:  paulandcarole

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8 Comments

  1. Tony Carter Reply

    I have not done an NCL or Cunard cruise, so far it has been Carnival, RCi and P & O, but NCL is one of those I am keen to try

    We have done 2 Carnival cruises, Carnival Glory and Carnival Legend and the standard was superb.

    We have also done 2 cruises on the Independence of the Seas and whilst she is a magnificent ship, a bit too big for my liking despite all the facilities on board.

    Unfortunately my one cruise on the P & O Azura was a bit of a disaster (no fault of the ship I hasten to add) as I was taken ill during the trip and so never really got the chance to explore.

    For me though, Carnival have never failed to disappoint on their fun ships and I understand that they are returning to the UK next summer.

    • emmaleteace Reply

      You definitely should try NCL, if you like Carnival I imagine that you’d like NCL. I’ve never cruised on the independence of the seas but I don’t think that she is too much bigger than some of the newest NCL ships. Maybe you would prefer one of the smaller NCL ships. I would whole heartedly recommend the Norwegian Spirit, such a lovely elegant spacious ship.

      I didn’t know that Carnival was coming to the UK! I would love to try them.

      • Carnival return would be fab.. they’re skipping 2017 – Vista must not have done too well :/ They’re party ships so hope they’ll come back… but if US passengers are scared to travel they may wait 🙁

  2. Hi ya!
    I’m an NCL fanatic too! 😉 Escape is my fav ship so far, seems to have the best bars, entertainment etc & staff are awesome! Trying the Getaway in April so will see how that compares!!
    Gem x

    • emmaleteace Reply

      If you like the escape you’ll like the getaway I’m sure! I haven’t been on the escape but I’m told they’re pretty similar, think the escape is just a little bigger 🙂

  3. What a great website you have created! I love your writing style and learning all about your journeys, tips and photos.
    We have been taking our family cruising since the kids were little. We love having the home base cabin while we explore wonderful ports. We are doing pur first family trip on NCL and going to the Western Mediterranean this summer. It is so helpful and enjoyable reading all your cruising experiences.
    Cheers!

    • Emma Le Teace Reply

      Thank you so much for such a lovely comment. You’ve made my day 🙂

      I’m sure you’ll love NCL, I loved them as a child and I still love them now. Have a brilliant time!

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