Sherry Laskin Describes The Fine Art Of Traveling Without Flying On An Airplane

Sherry Laskin, The Cruise Maven

Sherry Laskin has been in love with cruising for over four decades.

As a very small child, she crossed the Pacific with her parents from Los Angeles to Honolulu aboard the 18,000 ton SS Matsonia.

Today, Sherri spends, at least two months every year at sea, reviewing and experiencing many cruise lines and their ships.

As a freelance travel writer, blogger and photographer, Sherry’s articles and photos have appeared in many travel industry publications.

Considered a cruise and travel expert, Sherry has been quoted in,, NY Times, Miami Herald and the Sun-Sentinel.  She recently contributed to Frommers Guide to the Greek Islands 2010 and has been a featured guest on Frommers Travel Radio Show and

Sherry has an interest in regional food and wine.  When there is a culinary class en route, you will probably find her there, cooking, tasting and shooting photos and video.

A committed non-flyer since 1994, Sherry has traversed much of the world without setting foot on an airplane.

Sherry is a member of the Society of Professional Journalists and the International Food, Wine and Travel Writers Association.

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