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Denali National Park: Every tourist’s must stop

DENALI, Alaska — If there’s one word in the hearts of cruisers going to Alaska for the first time, the word is “Denali.” It’s also in the heart of the state, and tours take you to the heart of a… 589 more words

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Cruise value catch-phrase now ‘bundling’

One thing cruise lines hate to do is lower prices…they’ll do anything but that. The new operative word for many of them, is “bundling.”

Luxury brand… 269 more words

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WOW! Good value late season Europe

Europe is still great value late in the cruise season. The Mediterranean can be blistering hot in the summer and jammed with tourists. Come fall it’s cooler — you might need a jacket — and the line-ups are much shorter. 148 more words

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New biggest ship-to-be: Harmony of the Seas

She doesn’t look pretty right now but by the time winter rolls around she will gradually turn into Royal Caribbean’s largest cruise ship, Harmony of the Seas… 290 more words


Ama new ships influenced by Disney

AmaWaterways, partnering with Disney Adventures next summer on seven European cruises, has released details of the connecting rooms for families that will be offered on those two new ships to be launched next spring. 227 more words

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MSC’s new Seaside year-round in Miami

With the exception of a fast-growing market, does a cruise line stray too far from a prototype when introducing a new ship?

That’s not the case with… 256 more words

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Carnival raises the bar on your drinks

An ongoing question revolves around bringing wine, beer or hard liquor on board a cruise ship.

Can I and, if so, how much?

Each cruise line has its own rules. 324 more words

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