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Getaway to the Caribbean from Port Tampa Bay

It’s the Caribbean cruise season once more. Many cruise lines have repositioned all or some of their fleet to the islands in the sun. Many ...
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A Hot Cruise Season is Promised for New Zealand

It’s summer in New Zealand and that means repositioning time to the Southern Hemisphere waters for many cruise lines. This season 2016/17 is unprecedented with ...
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New Destination onboard the Crystal Serenity

If you’re tired of mainstream sailings, dream big. From the lush vistas of Asia to the Amazon River to the Galapagos Islands, there are enough ...
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The Port of Singapore

The Port of Singapore is Southeast Asia’s largest port and consists of two different cruise terminals. Ships dock at either the Marina Bay Cruise Centre ...
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Europe’s leading cruise show is back this autumn!

The cruise industry continues to grow with amazing new ships, exciting new destinations and a never ending array of innovative onboard activities. This year alone, ...
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What to see in Vladivostok

Trying to keep their clients happy and increase repeat business, cruise lines are always looking for new destinations. The name Vladivostok may not sound familiar ...
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The Top Apps for Cruisers

Nearly every cruise line has its own app these days. Anyone planning a cruise holiday can quickly learn to navigate their ship and discover all ...
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Five Destinations for the First Time Cruiser

The popularity of cruise holidays just keeps growing and growing. Statistics have shown that a huge majority of first-timers take another cruise holiday again. Cruises ...
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The Exotic Ports of call in the South Pacific

Breathtaking sunsets and a magnificent underwater world make the South Pacific a fabulous destination for those of you seeking something different. Explore the islands during ...
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What to See in Amsterdam

It may be small, but Amsterdam is jam packed and offers so many unique things to do that it would not be possible to see ...
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San Juan as a Port of Call

The Caribbean cruise season is about to commence with many cruise lines making a port of call at San Juan. On average, nearly two million ...
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The Port of Helsinki

As you approach Helsinki on your cruise itinerary make sure your camera is ready to roll.  The Finnish port has always been enormously popular on ...
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Places to see in China on your Cruise Holiday

Many cruise lines are adding itineraries with more ports of call in China than ever before for the 2016/17 seasons. China has 33 provinces amongst ...
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New Itineraries for Norwegian Star

Norwegian Cruise Line recently announced plans for a major global expansion that will extend their reach to areas such as Asia, Australia/New Zealand and South ...
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The Spanish Port of Vigo

Many cruises that sail from the Med to the north will stop at the Port of Vigo. Located on the Atlantic coast the Spanish port ...
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The Port of Patmos

The cruise port of Patmos tends to be included as a port of call on a limited number of cruiseline itineraries that sail through the ...
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How to Match Your Personality to a Cruise

How do you know if your personality matches a cruise? Determining which cruise line is the right fit is one of the most significant parts ...
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Visit Fuerteventura on your next Cruise

A port of call visit to Fuerteventura lives up to its translation of “What a great adventure”. Puerto de Rosario is its main port in ...
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A picture is worth a Thousand Words!

Whether reminiscing or planning a cruise holiday, a picture is worth a thousand words. Pinterest boards are a great place to visit to get some ...
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What to do in the Port of Curacao

Curacao is a frequently visited island in the Caribbean that cruise ships make a call to, alongside its sisters, the islands of Aruba and Bonaire ...
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Princess to Offer new Itineraries from Japan

Parent Company, Carnival Cruise Lines made a big splash in the cruising industry recently with a special announcement related to their Princess Cruises brand. According ...
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Visit Norway’s Capital City Oslo

They say there is a cruise itinerary out there for everyone but nothing can compare with an itinerary that includes Norway’s capital city Oslo. Some ...
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Amber Cove Port, Dominican Republic

Christopher Columbus discovered Puerto Plata on one of his journeys to the ‘new world’ and named the first settlement established in the Americas, Isabela. In ...
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A Day in Martinique

A most unique port in the Windward Islands of the Caribbean that has a dual personality and is often overlooked is Martinique. It sits between ...
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Visit Croatia’s second Largest City Split

Although smaller than most ports, Split is the second-largest city of the nation and is an area jammed packed with history. Split is connected to ...
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What to see in Reykjavík

Reykjavík sits on the edge of the Arctic Circle and has become a very popular port of call. The number of cruise passengers visiting Iceland ...
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The Ports of Leixoes and Lisbon

Portugal is featured on many European cruise itineraries next year. It should be as it has retained its fabulous authentic Southern European charm. The ‘other’ ...
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