that your site certainly fulfilled the first of my criteria for a good website.........it held my attention for more than 30 seconds. In fact it had me hooked, and I spent an enjoyable few minutes browsing - the history of the club's foundation and development is fascinating.
All the ingredients are there - what's needed now is a certain amount of tidying up, and in NetObjects Fusion you have an excellent application with which to do it. I recommend that you consider investing in a later version - the one that was used to develop the site has been superseded by later and better releases.
I always think that images are best displayed in a table - it's far easier to achieve an ordered appearance that way - and you should consider using thumbnails that are hyperlinked to larger versions, allowing your visitors to choose which images they want to see.
Use a table to contain your links to other sites as well - again you'll achieve a more ordered and professional look.
The table that contains cruise dates is a little ugly - why not reformat it using lower case text and lose the cell borders; you'll be amazed at how much the appearance is improved, just by doing that.
In general terms you should aim for a totally cohesive look for all your pages. Use the same font and point size for body text, and vary it for headers only. Try using Verdana for everything, including the 'about us' text. Finally, remember that people surfing the net tend to think that anything underlined is a hyperlink - I would remove the underlining from the second line of your header graphic.
There are always a dozen little tweaks you can make to a site's design, but you don't need to do too much work here - you already have an interesting and entertaining web site.