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Another industry first for Scenic – A river cruising travel guarantee

Scenic has been a driver of luxury and guest services in the river cruise industry since it launched its first ship in 2008 – first with outdoor balconies and then all-weather Sun Lounges, first with truly all-inclusive fares, first with butlers and six on-board dining options, etc. So, it should come as no surprise that […]

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Checking out the cruise world in China and the Philippines

Manila The Philippines is my first stop on a journey to Asia that will consume the next four weeks, most of it in China, including Hong Kong. Battling jetlag, 12 hours ahead of the Eastern U.S time zone, my first goal was a long walk in Manila’s business district, which also is home to gigantic […]

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Virgin Cruises sets sail under new moniker “Virgin Voyages”

Virgin Group founder Sir Richard Branson today revealed Virgin Voyages as the inspiring new identity for the company’s cruise line. Joined by the company’s President and CEO Tom McAlpin, they announced the name, and shared that Virgin Voyages has officially signed a ship building contract for three vessels with Italian master shipbuilder Fincantieri, and that […]

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Last day of cruise – at the Gilded Age mansions in Newport RI

NEWPORT, RI (Day 7) — So many rules! I’ve dialed into the family audio tour at The Breakers in Newport, RI – the Vanderbilt summer “cottage” that at 70 rooms and with a staff of 40 was the largest and most lavish in this seaside playground of the mega rich during the Gilded Age. This […]

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Few kids on this cruise, but those aboard are having a blast

ABOARD THE NORWEGIAN GEM (DAY 6) — It’s never too late to try something new. That’s why sisters Sandy and Stacy Thompson surprised their 72-year–old parents with their first cruise vacation—aboard the Norwegian Gem that is sailing from New York to Nova Scotia. “Just because they are great parents,” aid Sandy Thompson. “I’ve never seen […]

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Ashore in Bar Harbor ME, Acadia National Park and St. John, New Brunswick

BAR HARBOR, Maine (Days 4-5) — What luck! The fog was ticker than pea soup when we anchored but when we stepped off the Norwegian Gem in Bar Harbor, ME the sky was blue and the sun shining—no better time to go wish Acadia National Park Happy Birthday. Acadia, which is the eastern-most point in […]

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Crystal Cruise’s Voluntourism Adventures let you give back during your vacation

Ultra-luxury cruise line, Crystal Cruises, launched their You Care, We Care program in 2011. With this voluntourisim program Crystal offers complimentary, volunteer focused shore excursions on many of their sailings all around the globe. This is a wonderful way to give back to those in need around the world and to create meaningful memories for […]

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Halifax, Nova Scotia – History and Heroism Combine

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia (Day 3) — More than 1,000 people came to the toddler’s funeral. But no one knew who he was until nearly 100 years later. He was Body #4 plucked from the icy water 700 miles northeast of Halifax by the crew of the Mackay-Bennett, sent out to recover bodies after the Titanic […]

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Sailing the Seven Seas on Regent’s Explorer, world’s most luxurious cruise ship (probably)

Like beauty, luxury is in the eyes of the beholder. So, it is accurate to call a week’s voyage on a budget-friendly cruise ship a luxury. Few vacation experiences are as affordable for a family whose luxury is measured by having a steward clean their cabin daily, eating as much restaurant food as they want, […]

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Oceania Cruises’ new Snowbirds in Residence program

Oceania Cruises is proud to introduce a groundbreaking new concept in extended vacations for snowbirds, residents of northern climes looking to escape the cold and snow for warm tropical breezes and swaying palm trees. Beginning January 3rd, guests can kick off the New Year enjoying a tropical ultimate vacation home for 58 or 72 days […]

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Families of all sizes on the Norwegian Gem – NYC to Canada

ABOARD THE NORWEGIAN GEM (DAY 2) — Linda Montana and her sister surprised their mom with this cruise on the Norwegian Gem up to Canada to celebrate her 75th birthday. They’ve left husbands and kids behind, and brought along a cousin of their mom. That they don’t have to worry about anyone but themselves on […]

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Like sailing from home — from NYC to Canada on the Norwegian Gem

NEW York (DAY 1) — No muss, no fuss. It’s almost like sailing from our backyard. We drive from Connecticut into Port NYC, park, check our bags and board the Norwegian Gem. Couldn’t be easier. We are among 8,000 passengers on three ships that are arriving and departing from the port on the West Side […]

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What makes Viking Ocean Cruises so special?

By Cynthia Boal Janssens Editor, September 2016 Once again the bags are packed, the fridge is cleaned out, my desk is almost clear and Chet is fretting about all the last-minute details of leaving home for a few weeks. Yes, we are bound for another cruise and so looking forward to sailing with a […]

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