As Conde Nast Traveler began to demonstrate with its cruise coverage in summer of 2011, cruising has become such an enormous industry that it's become impossible for advertising-driven businesses to ignore it, even if they previously saw their brands above it.
Mass-market, buffet-fueled cruising is usually beyond the interest of the New York Times’ hyper-stylish T Magazine travel issues. This month, however, the issue dives deep into cruising and comes up with a few pearls:
- A couple’s story about taking a honeymoon cruise on the Queen Mary 2 out of Red Hook port in Brooklyn.
- A roundup of more interesting itineraries from major lines.
- The story of a first-time cruiser on Oceania’s M.S. Riviera.
Read the complete roundup here.