Cruise Tips5 Cruise Websites That You Should Visit

5 Cruise Websites That You Should Visit

Our goal here at Cruise Fever is simple, to help you have the best cruise vacation possible.  Even though we are the #1 most socially shared cruise blog on the planet, we can’t offer everything. There are a few other websites that offer great cruise tools that can be a real benefit.

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Since educated cruisers make the best cruisers, here are several cruise websites that you should know about (if you don’t already). – While there are several different cruise sites that offer the opportunity for passengers to submit cruise reviews, stands above the rest as they offer verified cruise reviews by people who actually cruised on the ship.  Yes, the internet is plagued with fake reviews that are paid by companies attempting to boost their image. uses five different cruise agency partners to guarantee the authenticity of thousands of reviews.  When you see the “Verified Review” badge on their site, you know it’s a review that you can trust. – Ever wonder how crowded Cozumel will be when you visit on your next cruise? Cruise TT has daily schedules so you can see not only which cruise ships will be in port the same day you will be, but also how many passengers (based on total capacity of the ships). While the info on their site is not 100% accurate (it’s pretty close), it is close enough to give you an idea of how crowded a port will be.

Cruise TT also comes in handy if you wish to stop at a port on a specific day.  Want to spend your birthday or anniversary in St. Thomas?  Just check the daily calendar under St. Thomas and you can quickly see which ships will be in port that day.  A second similar site worth checking out is – Doug Parker, the host of Cruise Radio, has an award winning weekly 25 minute cruise podcast. His entertaining show is full of cruise news, interviews, listener cruise reviews, and interactive listener Q&As. You can listen to his show on iTunes, iHeartRadio, Overseas Radio Network, Stitcher Radio Network, TuneIn, and on also his website. – If there is one cruise app that you should have on your phone, it is Ship Mate from  This free download offers cruise countdowns, itineraries, deck plans, shore excursions, and access Roll Calls.  With over 1 million downloads, you can download it for free at  It is available on Google Play, Amazon Appstore, and Apple’s App Store.

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Ben Souza
Ben Souza
Ben is a world traveler who has visited 40+ countries, taken over 70 cruises. He is one of USA TODAY's experts for their 10Best Readers' Choice Awards. His writings have appeared and been cited in various media outlets such as Yahoo News, MSN, NPR, CNN, Fox, and ABC News. Ben currently resides in Cincinnati, Ohio. Follow Ben on Instagram. Visit Ben Souza on Linkedin. You may email Ben at [email protected].
Cruise Tips5 Cruise Websites That You Should Visit

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