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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.
Cruise Lines Debut Innovative New Venues
Today’s demanding cruise consumers are seeking ships that provide memorable vacation experiences, both onboard and in port. As a result, cruise lines are introducing exciting new spaces, eateries and entertainment zones on their newest ships to offer the most exciting vacation destinations at sea.
Cruise Lines Make Family Reunions Easy
If you're planning to get the whole family together for a vacation, consider a family reunion at sea. Family reunion cruises offer tremendous values with accommodations to fit any budget. In addition, cruise lines offer special reunion packages and activities for every interest and age group.
Cruise On Down To The Florida Keys
Thinking about combining a cruise from Miami with a relaxing pre- or post-cruise getaway? Head to the nearby Florida Keys. This chain of islands is known for its nature-oriented attractions, expansive coral reef for snorkeling and diving, soft adventure opportunities, historic sites and more.
Cruise Packing List for Kids
Cruising is a great vacation option for families. Figuring out what to pack, however, can often be one of the toughest parts of heading off on the trip. Here’s a list of everything to consider bringing along on your family cruise vacation.
Cruise Tours Add Adventure in San Juan
San Juan, Puerto Rico is one of the Eastern Caribbean's most diverse and exciting ports of call. While the city of San Juan offers many attractions, a host of adventures are waiting nearby. Here are five exhilarating experiences that cruise guests can enjoy during their visit to San Juan.
Cruise4Haiti Gives Back
Take a Cruise. Help Rebuild an Island. Looking for a way to have fun, give back, and help children in Haiti? Cruise4Haiti, a November cruise benefitting Airline Ambassadors and For Haiti With Love, will bring supplies, donations and holiday cheer to island residents in need.
Cruising From Aruba
Cruises depart from Aruba regularly during the fall and the winter season. This island has the highest repeat visitor rate in the Caribbean, and most travelers plan to stay in Aruba for several nights pre- or post-cruise. Here are five reasons to consider a cruise from Aruba for your next escape.
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.
Cruising Off The Grid
Many Americans aren't getting away from work when they go on vacation. It can be difficult to get away, even when you're taking time off. Sometimes, however, a forced respite from the stresses of work is just what's needed. Here are seven reasons to take an off the grid cruise vacation.
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