How Do We Make The Travel Experience Better?

As we’ve been watching the travel industry lately, we began to realize that many truly pressing issues are being ignored. Well, maybe not ignored by everyone, but receiving little attention that is leading to very little action. It’s not like the travel industry doesn’t have some immediate problems, either. Gas prices. Inflationary pressure across manyContinue reading “How Do We Make The Travel Experience Better?”

U.S. Ending COVID-19 Entry Testing Requirements

According to a report from CNN, the U.S. and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will end the requirement for travelers to provide a negative COVID-19 test prior to entry into the country. This move has been in the works for awhile now and mirrors the actions of other countries to remove COVID-19Continue reading “U.S. Ending COVID-19 Entry Testing Requirements”

Ocean Lovers — Unite!

Seadog Travels is all about the ocean and we live our motto — to explore and protect the oceans of the world. While we work on the ‘explore’ part of our vision now, we never forget the ‘protect’ part. What’s that mean? We will be combining the travel industry with ocean science to do theContinue reading “Ocean Lovers — Unite!”

Seadog Travels Begins Podcast Series

Today, Seadog Travels begins a podcast series titled Travel, Sea Tales, and Seadogs. Currently available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and Amazon Music, this podcast series will provide monthly musings, thoughts, and commentary on all things ocean and travel. From breaking news in the cruise industry to new travel offerings from Seadog Travels toContinue reading “Seadog Travels Begins Podcast Series”

Customer Service MATTERS

We shouldn’t be spending time this morning writing this blog post. That is, if customer service in the travel (and other) industry mattered. So, a question for you. Do you remember the last time a company gave you a massive runaround for a problem that: a) should have been easily fixed, and b) was notContinue reading “Customer Service MATTERS”

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