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Welcome to Sometimes Sailing

Cruise information and ideas for travelers planning their next sailing. 

Sometimes Sailing is your small ship cruise destination for information, tips, advice, and trip ideas on the world’s waterways.

Whether it’s a river cruise, yacht cruise, sailing adventure, expedition, barge cruise, or a “ship-within-a-ship” concept on mega-ships, there’s a cruise for everyone.

Sometimes Sailing was given its name because we’re sometimes sailing on cruises!

Our hope is that this site and its valuable content opens your eyes to the world of cruising, or helps continue to build your enthusiasm for them, whether you’ve been on none, one or twenty.

It will certainly assist in making you more knowledgeable and curious about the world of cruising, as a whole.

Guide to Mississippi River Cruises: Discover The Heart of America
United States Cruise Ports Map and Information
Best Things to Do Near Port Canaveral Before or After a Cruise (2022)
How to Text on a Cruise Ship for Free (and Other Ways to Get Wi-Fi Onboard)
Celebrity Cruises Classes Explained: AquaClass vs The Retreat vs Concierge
Best Disney Cruise Ship, According to DCL Experts
Unique Ocean Art for Your Home so You Will Always be by the Sea
Margaritaville Cruise: Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville at Sea
Emerald Azzurra vs. Scenic Eclipse: Super Yacht Cruises
Ship-within-a-Ship Cruise Options: Luxury Service on Big Cruises
12 Reasons Why Cruises are the Safest Way to Travel Right Now (Post Pandemic + Beyond)
River Cruises in the US: Start Here to Plan Your American River Adventure
Chesapeake Bay Sailboat Adventure near Williamsburg, VA in Yorktown
Complete Guide to Alaskan Cruises in 2022 Including Ports of Call + What to Pack
13 Reasons You’ll Love the Authentic Alaska Cruise Port Icy Strait Point in Hoonah
Cruise Ship Terminals Around the World for Avid Cruisers
Great Lakes Cruises That will Inspire You to Explore North America
5 Reasons to Book United States River Cruises
11 Memorable Surprise Cruise Reveal Ideas
First Time Snorkeling Tips for Non Swimmers