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Gluten Free Cruising

When you’re gluten free choosing a cruise line that can cater for your needs is very important. After all, you’re going to be eating two or three meals a day aboard (at least – such is cruise ship life!)

Here are the cruise ships I’ve sailed with whilst running this blog, and how I found the food and facilities on board.

Guest Post: An AzAmazing Cruise – Azamara Pursuit

My parents recently sailed on Azamara Pursuit, having previously sailed on her as P&O Adonia – here are some thoughts from my mum!

We were very sad to see Adonia leave the P&O fleet - here's what these Adonia fans thought of the new Azamara Pursuit!

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How do you survive over 10 hours at sea?

How do you survive over 10 hours at sea?

How exactly do you survive 10 hours at sea? I can't give any survival tips, but I here are some of the ways you can … View Post
Cruising gluten free on Marella Cruises

Cruising gluten free on Marella Cruises

Looking at Marella Cruises for your next holiday? I recently cruised on Marella Spirit on their┬áContinental Coasts itinerary, visiting Malaga, Mahon, Toulon, Barcelona, … View Post
Vote for Gluten Free Horizons in World of Cruising’s Wave Awards 2019!

Vote for Gluten Free Horizons in World of Cruising’s Wave Awards 2019!

Mine still be a little blog in the giant blogosphere, but I’m already so happy with what I’ve done so far, with … View Post
10 Reasons To Love The Royal Princess

10 Reasons To Love The Royal Princess

My parents and I recently returned from a 12-day cruise around the British Isles on Princess Cruises ‘Royal Princess’. Despite being the closest to … View Post
Cruising Gluten Free on Holland America Eurodam

Cruising Gluten Free on Holland America Eurodam

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Over Christmas 2017 I sailed with Holland America, my first new cruise line for quite a while, as my family … View Post