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Wine and cruises an increasingly popular pairing

By Tom Stieghorst

Cruise lines and wine seem like a pairing made for each other. There’s plenty of time at sea to get to know more about grapes, vineyards and the wine-making process.MSC Cruises has wine blending courses that passengers can take to learn how various grapes change the flavor and texture of a wine. 398 more words

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Our Great Alaskan Adventure: Ketchikan

We are home from an amazing 10 day vacation and starting to adjust to real life again (I have to make my own bed?! I don’t get creme brulee for dinner every night? 385 more words

Reviewed: Celebrity Equinox cruise ship

You might spot that this is a bit different from my usual accommodation reviews, being as that it’s a cruise ship rather than a hotel. But when you think about it, what is a ship really other than a massive floating hotel? 1,334 more words

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Celebrity cruise cancelled to fix Constellation

By Tom Stieghorst

Celebrity Cruises said its Nov. 21 departure of the Celebrity Constellation is being canceled so the ship’s engines can be repaired.

The three-night cruise to the Bahamas is being scrubbed because Celebrity needs to replace a large engine component that can only be done in dry dock, spokeswoman Cynthia Martinez said. 62 more words

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Competition raises the bar for cruise cocktails

By Tom Stieghorst

Tastes coming to a bar on a cruise ship near you: cucumber, elderflower and ginger.

Those were some of the ingredients in drinks that made it to the finals of the ninth annual Bacardi Cruise Competition, a contest for bartenders on cruise lines and ferries. 313 more words

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Royal Caribbean gets leg up in China with Ctrip deal

By Tom Stieghorst

The sale of the Celebrity Century to the Chinese travel agency Ctrip opens a second way for Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (RCCL) to develop a passenger business in the world’s most populous country. 827 more words

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Road Warrior: Running with Royal Caribbean president Adam Goldstein

Cruise connoisseur Adam Goldstein sprints from port to port as the president and COO of Royal Caribbean Cruises.

I travel constantly. It’s relentless. I was in China in June and in August. 1,291 more words

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