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New Disney Fantasy Offers Innovative Features
Disney Cruise Line recently raised the curtain for a quick peek at its newest ship, the Disney Fantasy. The sister ship to the Disney Dream, the 4,000-passenger Disney Fantasy will offer guests new experiences and attractions when she debuts in late March, 2012.
Cruising From Galveston
Galveston, Texas is a popular homeport for cruise passengers. Located on a small barrier island along the Gulf of Mexico, the port is an easy drive for those living in nearby states. The island's 32 miles of beaches, great ships and attractions make it perfect for home port cruising.
Escape The Crowds On Your Next Vacation
Want to go where hordes of tourists haven't yet traveled? You're not alone. Vacations to unspoiled destinations are growing in popularity. These locations are filled with gorgeous scenery, beautiful beaches, wildlife, and soft adventure. Here are five great spots to discover on your next trip.
5 Great Cruise Packing Tips
Everyone knows how stressful it is to pack before a cruise. Packing can be a struggle for some people, but for others, utilizing certain strategies and products can make the process a breeze. Here are five fantastic tips to help make your packing easier.
Take An Alaska Small Ship Cruise
Alaska is one of the top cruise destinations this year. In addition to sailing on large cruise vessels, there are much more intimate ways to explore Alaska. Alaska small ship cruises allow passengers to get close to nature, visit tiny towns and inlets, and experience the Alaska of their dreams.
Cruising To St. Kitts
If you're planning a Caribbean cruise, look for an itinerary that includes St. Kitts. This unspoiled island paradise has lush rainforests, beautiful beaches, historic forts and plantation inns, interesting shops, and a wide variety of exhilerating adventures. Keep an eye out for the wild monkeys!
Courses and Camaraderie: Learning at Sea
Educational cruises are very popular these days, and it’s no wonder. Extraordinary things happen when a group of like-minded people get together on the high seas – especially when it involves learning together.
Tips For Booking European Hotels Online
When booking rooms online for pre- and post-cruise stays, it's always important to read the fine print. This axiom is particularly important when booking family-sized European accommodations online. Ignoring this advice could easily send your budget hundreds of dollars into the red.
Cruise Line Minimum Age Policies
Cruise lines have strict minimum age policies and documentation requirements that apply to infants as well as guests under 21 years of age. Make sure you're aware of all of these age and documentation requirements to avoid being denied boarding without refund and miss your cruise.
Seven Reasons To Linger on Molokai
Choose the road less traveled on your Hawaii vacation and head to Molokai. This unspoiled paradise is unique and must be approached in its own fashion: slowly, leisurely, and with an open heart. Here are seven of many “must do” Molokai experiences that make lingering on this island so memorable.
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