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THINGS I MISS FROM CRUISE TRAVEL

Being an alleged gentleman of a certainly undeniable age, I have been looking back lately at my thirty-odd years of cruising and sailing history through a pair of (Mateus) rose tinted glasses. 527 more words

Stylish, Elegant Travel With Some Delightful Twists And Surprises...

Better WiFi, better deals for Oceania

Oceania Cruises upped the ante this week by offering free Internet to certain classes on ships throughout voyages and limited free Internet to other classes. Before you get too excited about this, it’s still a long way off. 190 more words

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Floating on Waves

As we boarded the ferry to the island of Cozumel, Mexico, we had one thing in mind: taking a swim in the ocean. We hadn’t been near the surf since last March, which is way too long for this ocean-loving family. 676 more words

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The 10 largest cruise ships in the world

Today find the video of the 10 “most” in the world of Travel. Let’s start with the 10 largest cruise ships in the world, ranking which opens with the ships of MSC Divina and Precious and closes with the Allure and Oasis of the Seas. 16 more words

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Holland America's first new ship of the century

We have been filling these pages with a great deal of news on the launch of Royal Caribbean’s Quantum of the Seas in November.

It’s time now to set that aside and take a look at… 197 more words

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Guide to the most luxurious cruise ships

Written by Valentina Romano

Few months ago we published an article on the best river cruises around the world, and as we noticed that The Golden Scope readers really enjoyed it, we thought of putting together a piece on the best and most luxurious ocean cruises! 292 more words

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Life on the Malecon in Mahahual, Mexico

The place to be when you are in Mahahual is the malecon on the beach. Malecon means basically “Boardwalk” in Spanish. The malecon is a pedestrian walkway with the beach to the east and businesses to the west. 544 more words

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