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Cunard's Royal Wedding Celebrations

Cunard's Royal Wedding Celebrations

For those who are not able to cross the pond to attend the Royal wedding, Cunard will have exclusive celebrations on board Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth on May 19, 2018 in honor of Prince Harry and...

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Making a Splash at Sea

Making a Splash at Sea

We’ve been searching for how many types and styles of bars and lounges there are at sea – and there’s a lot! So we decided to come up with a short list of our Fab Five favorites. There seems to...

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Floating Feasts

Floating Feasts

Ask any cruise enthusiast what they loved most about their sailing and you’re sure to hear about all things culinary. Sailing all over the world on a cruise ship means an endless array of cuisine options. Long gone are the...

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Bermuda...a Watery Xanadu

Bermuda...a Watery Xanadu

I wouldn't call it panic…rather, intense apprehension. I had only been scuba diving once before and wasn't totally confident about my abilities or, frankly, convinced that anything without gills belonged underwater. But I was in Bermuda, a watery Xanadu situated...

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Holland America Celebrates 145th Anniversary

Holland America Celebrates 145th Anniversary

On April 18, 2018, Holland America Line celebrated its 145th anniversary, marking its place in history as one of the most experienced cruise lines in the world. What started as shipping and passenger line Netherlands-American Steamship Company in 1873, is...

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Follow the Sun with MSC Seaside

Follow the Sun with MSC Seaside

The newest ship to grace our shores is the elegant and glamorous MSC Seaside, a ship that was developed and designed specifically for the North American market – and it is a winner. The bold and innovative design of the...

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A Look at UNESCO World Heritage Sites - The Hand of Man

A Look at UNESCO World Heritage Sites - The Hand of Man

THE HAND OF MAN... JORDANPetraOne of the world’s most important archaeological sites, Petra, ancient capital city of the Nabateans, has survived centuries of sand and wind. By night, ride a camel down the Sikh, the narrow pathway between towering red...

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A Look at UNESCO World Heritage Sites - Nature's Creations

A Look at UNESCO World Heritage Sites - Nature's Creations

NATURE’S CREATIONS... ECUADORGalapagos IslandsWhen Charles Darwin traveled to the Galapagos Islands in 1835, he discovered that the convergence of three major oceanic currents had given rise to an incredible mix of marine, reptile, bird and animal life. Distinct ecosystems on...

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Big Fun on the Bayou and Beyond

Big Fun on the Bayou and Beyond

As wonderful as New Orleans is, there’s far more to Louisiana. From the tranquility of the nearby Northshore to the Cajun rhythms of Houma’s downhome musical welcome, this is the deep, wonderful south at its best. Cajun Jumpin’ and Jivin’...

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Easing into the Big Easy

Easing into the Big Easy

New Orleans is the party that never ends and this year, as she celebrates her 300th anniversary, you’ll be sure to connect to your own special vibe in the Big Easy.I was sipping a late day café au lait and...

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