Holiday Cruises

Holiday Cruises

Living in Florida, we have two seasons.  Nice and nicer.  Having grown up in St Louis, the main way I remembered the different holidays was based on the season.  A frigid business trip to Nashville reminded me that Thanksgiving was right around the corner.

Thanks to our friends and partners at Port Tampa Bay & Norwegian Cruise Line, Kerri and I will be bringing you the next episode of All Aboard TV onboard the Norwegian Sun from Tampa on the Nov 23rd Thanksgiving cruise.

It’s a total coincidence that our last Holiday cruise was the New Years Eve cruise earlier this year, (or does that count as last year), on the Norwegian Epic. And, pun intended, it WAS Epic!

All things being equal, holiday cruises are usually more expensive. The reason?  They’re awesome!  Cruises are fun.  Holidays are fun.  Put them together and BAM.  No cooking massive meals for relatives you don’t really like, or driving to Grandma’s house in a snow storm.

This is our first Thanksgiving cruise, and we can’t wait to share it with you.  Now don’t get me wrong.  I love cooking a traditional dinner at home with the family, but the opportunity to share a Thanksgiving dinner with almost 2000 of my newest and closest friends, and with you via our show, was too hard to pass up. And Kerri doesn’t have to do the dishes while I watch football in a food coma! Win – Win

As the first NFL game kicks off, we will being exploring Costa Maya, Mexico, while at the same time anxiously awaiting our turkey and stuffing meal back onboard.

Other ports of call include Cozumel, Mexico – Roatan, Honduras, and Belize City, Belize.

If the idea of cruising for the holidays sounds good to you, drop us an email at

Thanks again to Port Tampa Bay and Norwegian Cruise Line.