Doug Parker, host of Cruise Radio, recently took an Alaska cruise aboard Westerdam and shared his thoughts on the beautiful and rugged frontier. Today, Parker shares the Recycled Percussion entertainment experience. Recycled Percussion was the highest-placed non-singing act on “America’s Got Talent” and has enjoyed extended runs at both the MGM Grand and Tropicana in… read more of “Got Junk Rock?…”
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Doug Parker of Cruise Radio recently took an Alaska cruise and participated in an Alaska Beer Tasting while onboard.
For those not familiar with a “repositioning cruise,” it’s moving a ship from one sailing region to another, like moving from a season in Alaska to a season in Australia. The cruise that takes the ship from Alaska to Australia is a repositioning.
The “On Location” enrichment program just got a little more daring! Holland America Line just introduced a new axe throwing demonstration on Alaska cruises.
They’re at it again! The glamorous dancers and stars of the “Dancing With the Stars: At Sea” theme cruises are currently underway on ms Westerdam in Alaska and have been sharing the scenery both onboard and ashore via social media.
At home most of us cook in a kitchen, but on a cruise ship the place where the culinary masterpieces are created is more commonly referred to as a galley.
Visiting new places on a Holland America Line cruise is always exciting. You learn about new cultures, try local cuisine and enjoy adventures — all while picking up some souvenirs and making memories along the way.
Part of the “On Location” enrichment program is bringing local culture and entertainment onboard each cruise. In Hawaii that might mean hula dancers or a ukulele player and in the eastern Mediterranean guests might be entertained by bellydancers.