Cruise Critic offers travelers a unique forum in which to offer feedback from their cruise vacations
Pennington, NJ (PRWEB) January 25, 2006
In a sign that cruise travelers are increasingly diverse in interests, from lifestyle to destination, Cruise Critic (http://www.CruiseCritic.com)], reveals that the top picks in its Cruisers' Choice Poll range from luxury ships (Radisson Seven Seas' Mariner) to exotic destinations (Princess' Cruises' Tahitian Princess) and from family-oriented (Disney Magic and Disney Wonder) to the ultra-recreational Navigator of the Seas.
Other top picks include MSC Opera, Norwegian Jewel, Sea Princess, Royal Caribbean's Serenade of the Seas and Celebrity Constellation.
Cruise Critic Cruisers' Choice poll is dynamic, enabling cruisers to rate ships and see instant results, including comments from other cruisers. Categories include Top 10 Ships Overall, as well as best picks for cabins, dining, embarkation, entertainment, fitness, public rooms, service, value for money, and excursions.
Top 10 Ships Overall
1. Radisson Seven Seas Mariner
2. Disney Magic
3. Royal Caribbean's Navigator of the Seas
4. MSC Opera
5. Norwegian Jewel
6. Tahitian Princess
7. Disney Wonder
8. Sea Princess
9. Royal Caribbean's Serenade of the Seas
10. Celebrity Constellation
A complete list of the winners is available at: http://www.cruisecritic.com/memberreviews/memberpoll_index.cfm
"Cruise Critic offers travelers a unique forum in which to offer feedback from their cruise vacations," says Cruise Critic Editor Carolyn Spencer Brown. "Their views, along with detailed ship reviews from professional journalists, make the site a must for anyone planning a cruise."
Other features of Cruise Critic include in-depth candid cruise reviews of more than 200 cruise ships, ports of call highlights, cruise features, cruise deals and cruise news. Cruise Critic also has the most heavily trafficked cruise message boards on the Web.
About Cruise Critic
Cruise Critic, celebrating its tenth anniversary this year, is the leading cruise community and editorial site on the Internet. Cruise Critic was recently honored with a bronze in the prestigious Society of American Travel Writers’ Lowell Thomas Awards, has been critically lauded by publications such as The New York Times, The Washington Post and Kiplinger’s Personal Finance, among others, and was named to Travel + Leisure’s “The 35 Best Travel Sites” in 2004.
Carolyn Spencer Brown, Editor
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