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Feb 04 2016 07:00 PM
(Thanks to shows like "Downton Abbey" and the attraction of those PBS Viking cruise commercials, cruises on Europe's rivers have never been more popular. Read more, courtesy of Jason Leppert @ Travel Pulse). River cruising is booming, and its not all...
Dec 25 2015 12:15 PM
A cruise is a vacation full of fun and frivolity under the sun. But if you step out of line (and we’re not talking the conga line), you’ll have to deal with cruise ship security officers. They’re often a courteous and helpful bunch, b...
Dec 03 2015 07:00 PM
(I thought I’d share one traveler’s recent experience on board a Regent Seven Seas luxury cruise – courtesy of TravelPulse – and several reasons why a luxury cruise might not be as unreachable as you think!) So this is ho...
Oct 29 2015 07:00 PM
As fine as the gourmet food is aboard a cruise ship, sometimes you just crave a good hamburger, and many cruise lines cater to those comfort food cravings as well with their own signature offerings. In fact, one not yet on the list, but to soon...
Oct 25 2015 07:00 PM
Who needs a translator? Kids certainly don't aboard a cruise ship, even far from home. "We use a lot of sign language," explained Elizabeth Williams, who is 13 and from London, cruising in Japan aboard the Diamond Princess with her family....
Oct 25 2015 07:00 PM
Perhaps to your initial surprise, Disney Cruise Line can be a wonderful sailing option for adults without children. Any fears you might have about a ship overrun with kids are quickly alleviated, as the children’s facilities are exceptional at ke...
Oct 15 2015 09:40 PM
Smartships with cocktail-wielding robots is just the beginning. Cruise ships have long lagged the rest of the travel industry when it comes to technology. Wi-Fi connections have traditionally been painfully slow, and the only noteworthy technolo...
Sep 23 2015 03:40 PM
The next five years will see a building bonanza in cruising, with both major lines and niche players adding new vessels to their fleets. A total of 55 new vessels will enter service through 2020, representing a total expenditure of more than $25...
Aug 31 2015 07:00 PM
Carnival Cruise Line will provide its guests with a variety of new voyages to visit Bermuda in 2016 with nine departures that feature at least one overnight. From April through November 2016, guests can embark on four different Carnival ships de...
Aug 25 2015 07:00 PM
(I wanted to share this poignant piece from a fellow cruise industry writer about why you can't put off that Alaskan vacation any longer!) "Relative to other glacier-covered areas of the globe, Alaska glaciers are losing mass rapidly. Statistics like...