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Updates on UnCruise Alaska Adventures, Majestic Princess to Sail Mexican Riviera and California from Los Angeles, How About Some Port in the Meantime for Those Thinking & Dreaming About a Cruise

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DETROIT (July 15, 2020) – All Things Cruise travel journalists thrive on setting sail and recording and reporting on their travels — cruising and land destinations all over the world. Here are excerpts and links to three recent stories on plans and changes at a few cruise lines.

UnCruise Alaskan Cruises Restarting on August 1 By Debi Lander Excerpt: Don’t dash your dreams of Alaskan cruise this summer. I bring good news from UnCruise. UnCruise Adventures will restart their Glacier Bay National Park expeditions on August 1st and run through October 2020. The American owned, U.S. flagged small-ship adventure company, UnCruise Adventures has confirmed that its 2020 Alaska sailings will commence August 1st. “As one of the first companies to restart service, this is a pivotal moment for the travel industry and Alaska,” states UnCruise Adventures Owner and CEO Dan Blanchard. Read more …

Princess Majestic Princess to Sail Mexican Riviera and California from Los Angeles By Editor Excerpt: For 2021-22, Princess Cruises is bringing Majestic Princess to its West Coast lineup of voyages from Los Angeles. The ship will sail on seven-day “Mexican Riviera” voyages throughout the season, as well as seven-day “Classic California Coast” voyages in fall and spring. Sales open July 8. Read more…

Port, Anyone? By Bryce Sanders Did you know the Queen Mary 2 has a port bar? That’s what they serve! Fancy display cabinet, bottles going to back to 1840 or so. They are for sale and consumption. What is Port? It’s a wine that comes from Portugal. The British love wine. They’ve loved French wine, especially Bordeaux. The French and the British governments haven’t had a nonstop love affair. Think Napoleon. Waterloo. The Abba Song. Read more …

Many more cruise line stories and cruise & travel journalist’s diaries about cruising can be read here, along with many diaries in their entirety at

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