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Sun SentinelA woman was found dead in her cabin aboard Royal Caribbean International's Enchantment of the Seas cruise ship a day before the ship returned to port Monday in Baltimore. In an email Tuesday, a spokeswoman for Miami-based Royal Caribbean said the FBI...
Tags: FBI, Sailing, Cruise Line Ports, Justice System, Port Canaveral
Sun SentinelRoyal Caribbean International's cruise ship Vision of the Seas arrived at Port Everglades early Friday after several passengers and crew aboard had reported symptoms of gastrointestinal illness during a 11-night Caribbean cruise. Cruise line officials...
Tags: Sailing, Common Cold, Calicivirus, Cruises, Cruise Line Ports
The Dish - Orlando SentinelKlaus Friedenreich, chef-instructor at Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in Orlando, consultant/educator Jeffrey A. Rotz with Chefs Helping Chefs in Eustis and the American Culinary Federation Central Florida Chapter were honored at the 2013 ACF...
Special CorrespondentNaples –its name comes from the Greek “neapolis” or new city—is located in the region of Campania in southern Italy, about two hours south of Rome, on the northern edge of the beautiful Bay of Naples. Views of the majestic, 7,000-...
Special CorrespondentA strict, independent city-state of five million that inhabit just 224 square miles, Singapore is known for its many rules and stiff penalties regarding littering, eating, drinking and smoking in public areas (the infamous ban on chewing gum in public...
Max Planck, Niels Bohr and Erwin Schrödinger walk into a bar...on a cruise ship...built by Royal Caribbean. And its name is obviously what? Quantum of the Seas. OK, so for those not familiar with the fathers of quantum physics, how about this: James...
On an ocean cruise, every port is an invitation to adventure – a whirlwind romance with a new destination that just might turn out to be your favorite place on earth. But not all stops are created equal. Some cruise ports can make an amazing first...
With buffets available nearly 24 hours a day, it's no surprise that the average cruise-goer gains a pound a day, according to a poll of 1,281 people by independent cruise travel agents. Of those polled, 6 percent said they gained up to 18 pounds during...
Cruise ships offer more dining options than ever before, with multiple restaurants offering menus and ambiance to suit various moods and tastes. Here are dining offerings on four ships, in four categories that feature at least half dozen eateries....
Oscar's ad blitz: Samsung saturates, Hyundai sets 7 spots: Smartphone maker will use social media to spread red carpet contentVarietyIf it could, Samsung would put one of its smartphones in Oscar's hand. Given its massive viewership, only second behind the Super Bowl each year, marketers have long seen the Academy Awards as another high-profile way to reach audiences with their ads....
If the catastrophe on the Carnival Triumph has you thinking you will stay clear of all Carnival cruises in the future, good luck. Carnival Corp., the Miami-based parent company for Carnival Cruise Lines, controls nearly 50% of the cruise market through ...
The logjam in chip technology credit cards has finally broken, and as of now, dozens of chip-enabled cards are available from banks based in the United States, with more coming along steadily. Previously, technical differences from conventional cards...
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