Wouldn't You Rather Be On a Cruise Ship Right Now?

The cure for anything is saltwater - sweat, tears, or the Sea.    Isak Dinesen - Author, Out of Africa



Enjoy Life Every Day


Ocean Air Cruises is a Luxury Cruise and destination travel advisor

specialist operated by Greg Sullivan, Global Traveler of the Year in 2007.   

Ocean Air Cruises is a member of CLIA, Cruise Lines International Association,

The Travel Institute, American Society of Travel Advisors - ASTA, and is Certified by 

The Travel Institute as a Certified Travel Associate & Luxury Travel Specialist.

Ocean Air Cruises is an IC affiliated agent with Travel Planners International,

CST 2063964-50, a member of the Signature Travel Network

Statistics show "Someone who has taken a Cruise is 5 times as likely to take their next Cruise."
"A little party never killed nobody, right here, right now's all we got."  Fergie 
Travel is the only thing you buy that makes you richer.

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   Have a Great Cruising Experience with Ocean Air Cruises


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    Happy is he who, like Ulysses, has traveled far. 
    Happiness is not something ready-made.  It comes from your own actions.  - Dalai Lama

    Gone Someday. When?

    Don't Know.

    Until Then, Live!

      From Fly High, Live Mighty by Greg Sullivan, 2009

    Where is Your Next Destination?

       Presently, I am between visits to my favorite place in

       the World.  Why?  My favorite place in the World to

       visit is where I have been, and where I am going next.

           From Greg Sullivan's Global Traveler of the Year Award, 2007

     Make Your Own Adventure

       If I've learned one lesson in all my days, it's this:
       If we want adventure in our lives, nobody's going

       to make it happen but us.

          From Travels With Puff, by Richard Bach, 2013 

    Travel Makes Your Life Better

       Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-


         From Innocents Abroad, Mark Twain, 1869