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WOW! The alluring words ‘Caribbean cruise’

It’s all Caribbean this week, from mass-market ships to premium ones. All are starting prices unless noted, I suggest checking with a cruise agent for possible special deals and remember…a little warmth never hurt anyone. 140 more words

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MSC doubles down on North America

Cruise Shipping Miami is on right now and there is lots of news as executives from the world’s cruise lines gather to voice their views on the future and to make a few announcements. 257 more words

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Sixth ship, 90 new itineraries for Oceania in 2016

Oceania Cruises has unveiled its 2016 summer and fall schedule. That will also see the launch in April of Sirena, the former Ocean Princess, which undergoes a $35-million upgrade before the new nameplate is placed on this 684-passenger former ‘R’ Class ship. 609 more words

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WOW! Three lines with multitude of savings

A different twist on WOW this week. Several cruise lines are offering a multitude of savings. Some have fine print and there is much more than I can show you here, so double-check with a good cruise agent — there’s no charge. 203 more words

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The Diadema offers embarkation choices

ON THE COSTA DIADEMA — Catching a ride on the Costa Diadema provides nice options for North Americans. You can catch the ship in Barcelona… 425 more words

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Costa’s new Diadema an Italian ship for all

ON BOARD THE COSTA DIADEMA — The irony of spending five days on this beautiful new ship that has captivated the Italians, the French, the Germans and more than a handful of Englishmen is that the meal-of-the-week was in a Japanese restaurant. 643 more words

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Princess rolls 2016 Europe itineraries

Princess Cruises is now out with its 2016 schedule, with five ships sailing to more than 130 destinations from Mediterranean to Northern Europe.

You really have a wide range of choices, anywhere from three to 48 days on these five ships: Royal Princess, Regal Princess, Caribbean Princess, Emerald Princess and the small ship, Pacific Princess, which can fit into smaller ports not available to the larger ships. 447 more words

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