| Mar 30, 2010
Like migratory birds, cruise ships regularly shift from one part of the world to another as the seasons shift -- from the Caribbean to Europe or South America or from Alaska or the West Coast to Asia or the South Pacific, for example. These usually twice annual exoduses are so huge that they could rival a naval armada, and they offer exceptional bargains, as well as lots of languid days at sea, and, occasionally, even unusual ports of call.
| Jan 25, 2009
CRUISE LINES SAILING FROM BALTIMORE
American Cruise Lines
American Eagle, American Glory, American Spirit, American Star
Carnival Cruise Lines
| Feb 8, 2009
You might, like us, wonder if sailing over the blue horizon as a family group is a good idea.
Recently, we weighed the advantages of holding a family gathering at sea versus, say, a week at a land resort or mountain retreat. There was much to consider,...
| Jan 15, 2014
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Kiplinger's Personal Finance
Want to hear a history professor bring ancient Greece to life or learn how to make a mean shrimp scampi? Look for cruises with great enrichment programs. The Crystal Cruises Creative Learning Institute lets you use your...
| Dec 28, 2013
Best luxury cruise ships, according to CruiseCritic.com (tinyurl.com/khsabq4):
• Un-Cruise Adventures' Safari Explorer (small luxury cruise ships)
• Compagnie du Ponant's Le Ponant (small)
• SeaDream Yacht Club's SeaDream II (small)...