Welcome to Cruising With Kids cruise blog.
Our aim is to share what’s new and exciting in the cruising industry for families with kids of all ages. Cruising is so diverse and offers so many exciting facilities, dining experiences and themes. Combine this with the chance to see a new and exciting port every day makes it the perfect way to travel. So what are you waiting for? Let’s get cruising with kids!
A little about the team
Sarah also writes over at Extraordinary Chaos Family Travel and Lifestyle Blog. An award winning blog with a luxury travel and family focus. She is married and has two boys aged 11 and 16, who all love cruising as a family.
There is nothing better than waking up every day in a new port with new and exciting things to explore. She aim’s to share how cruising with older children is the perfect choice for family travel. Her boys are sporty and love the activities, sport and dining options cruising has to offer.
Sarah has worked with brands such as Walt Disney World, Mark Warner, Ikos Resort, Center Parcs, Laura Ashley, Belling and Next.
Claire has always had a strong connection to the sea and grew up on the south coast of England, within half an hour of the cruise port of Southampton. Her own cruising adventures began when she was 14 with a school trip around the Eastern Mediterranean. Since then she’s played taxi driver to her parents as they’ve embarked on numerous cruises around the world.
Now with two young children of her own she’s reacquainting herself with family cruising and is loving every minute. Her first family cruise was onboard Carnival Vista in 2016 and she’s cruised solo with her girls on Royal Caribbean’s Navigator of the Seas in 2018. Claire also writes, Tin Box Traveller, sharing holidays ranging from camping trips to spa breaks with kids, as well as outdoor fun, family days out and travel tips.
Claire now lives in Devon with her husband, two children and sea dog.
Lisa developed a love of cruising during her three years working for P&O Cruises. While it may sound cliché, no two days were ever the same managing the onboard Shore Excursions department. An average week in the Caribbean involved escorting passengers on snorkelling, scuba diving and deep sea fishing excursions. Her highlights of a three month world cruise included bottle feeding baby elephants in Sri Lanka, climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge and searching for the Big Five whilst on safari in South Africa.
Lisa also writes, Travel Loving Family, a family travel blog sharing travel tips, reviews, holiday giveaways and destination guides from her travels to over 80 countries and is Editor of Trips100, the largest UK travel blogger network. She has worked with many travel brands and tourist boards including Mark Warner Holidays, Top Villas, Bookings For You, Royal Caribbean International, Le Boat and Brittany Ferries.
Lisa has settled down to a life on land with her husband who she met during her first contract at sea. They have two boys, aged 4 and 7, who also share a love of cruising.
Donna loves cruising with her husband and two teenage boys. Having cruised with the children from a young age she feels it is the perfect way to experience the world safely. Her boys are social butterfly’s and love meeting other children their own age whilst onboard some of the most extraordinary floating ships.
She also writes over at Like Love Do, a travel memoir of her trips, from London to far off beaches. She has an eye for the unusual and like to go off of the beaten track just to find the perfect photo. With a passion for photography and exploring cruising has become the perfect holiday choice.