New Blog about Cruise Ports

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Oceania Cruises' Nautica docked in Istanbul

Nautica, the Golden Horn, Hagia Sofia and the Blue Mosque

CruisePortAtlas starts Blog, fights World Hunger

Cruising is a great way to travel: relaxing, stress-free, simple, inexpensive (relatively) and fun.  But I’m not interested in the ship as much as I am in the places we are going to drop anchor.  But the challenge is making the most of very limited time.  How do I plan my visit so I make sure its the best possible experience?  How do I make sure I don’t miss the best attractions, sites and activities?  At CruisePortAtlas.com, our aim is to help cruisers with just that issue.  Over time we plan to add more and more ports.  Our focus right now is the Mediterranean because there are so many cruisers going there and there are so many ports where ships stop.

And we have formed a partnership with Pleasure Travel in South Florida (the capital of world cruising) and started a partner site, CruisePortAgents.com.  Here you can get personalized help booking and planning your next cruise adventure.

We believe that world travel is an important venture.  We also believe in giving back, so for every dollar we earn at our two sites we will contribute 5% to Action Against Hunger, one of the US’s finest hunger charities.  Check out their site.

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About cruiseportatlas

Since 1994 John has worked in the Travel Industry after several years in Higher Education and Hospitality. He was a training executive for Certified Vacations before leading Oceania Cruises training efforts beginning in 2005. In 2010, he was appointed to head Training for Prestige Cruise Holdings, owner of both Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises. In 2011, John started CruisePortAtlas.com. Since 2012, John has been selling cruises for iCruise.com. John was always interested in travel, but was inspired to make it his profession by his wife, Donna. John is an Army brat who spent 3 years in Germany when he was a small brat and the rest of his brat years in the states of Georgia, Texas, Louisiana, Virginia and Pennsylvania. He studied History at the College of William and Mary. John reads voraciously, cooks and eats prodigiously, travels happily, enjoys music, art and architecture from any place or time and has finally stopped smoking.

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