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Baby Aboard: Ins & Outs Of Cruising With A Baby

Family members come in many shapes and sizes. Some are may big, others are small, while still more are 30 inches tall and can’t go for more than a couple hours before rousing you from sound slumber with ear-piercing (yet lovable) crying. 420 more words

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Following the sudden and unexpected sale of the Celebrity Century to Chinese interests, there has been some pretty hasty scrambling about at the offices of the French company,  398 more words

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Wired At Sea: How Much Is Cruise Internet?

Sure, you’d love to unplug social media and email from your cruise vacation, but then it happens: you snap the perfect shot of Uncle Randolph mid-belly-flop while scads of children run screaming. 537 more words

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Haiti expects Carnival port to spur further tourism development - Travel Weekly

The facility on Tortuga, an island off the northwest coast of Haiti, will be the second such enclave in the country. Royal Caribbean International built its Labadee port facility on a peninsula on Haiti’s north coast in 1986.Stephanie Villedrouin, Haiti’s tourism minister, said the planned $70 million development on a portion of Tortuga should spur further tourism development on that 69-square-mile island. 136 more words


Smokers And Cruising: What's The Deal?

If there’s one thing to recognize about smoking at sea: it ain’t like the old days. Gone are the days of smoking in your cabin, or sprawling out poolside with a cigarette and a paperback novel. 281 more words

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MV ‘EXPLORER OF THE SEAS’ (3,114 Berths, Cruise Vessel, Built 2000)

IDENTIFICATION: Launch Name was Explorer of the Seas. Call Sign C6SE4, IMO Number 9161728. Built at Kvaerner Masa, Bahamas Flagged, DNV Classed, Length Overall of 311.00 m., Length Between Perpendiculars of 274.70 m., Draught of 8.30 m., Beam of 38.60 m., Gross Tonnage of 137,308, Moulded Depth of 11.70 m., Tonnage of 105,034 International Net and 10,764 Dwt (long). 497 more words

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Themed Cruising: What’s Out There, Anyways?

Don’t forget to check out the conclusion of  our theme cruise discussion in: Pt 2: Themed Cruising – What’s Out There?

Let’s face it: themed-cruising isn’t for everyone. 449 more words

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