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It’s destined to be the ultimate banner year for cruises to the glittering glaciers, the snow-capped peaks and the wildlife of Alaska, along with opportunities to pan for gold. As overseas flights get more expensive and travelers choose to see “America First,” industry group Cruise …

Just a few weeks ago, there were nagging questions about whether cruising to Cuba would become a boom or a flash in the pan. After months of agonizingly slow bureaucracy, cruise lines had been getting approval for only a handful of cruises from Florida to …

The floor is packed with ladies who can’t help but get up and salsa to the band’s infectious Cuban beat, while half a dozen bartenders muddle mojitos and dance as they decorate daiquiris. The Havana Bar on Carnival Vista not only sounds and feels like an authentic …

Oh, you poor puppy. I’m going to miss you! Don’t you wish you could actually take your sad-eyed pooch or pouting pussycat along with you as you pack up for a cruise? It’s a dream of a lot of regular cruisers, says Cheri Port, ‎Travel …

You’re not likely to reminisce about the flight that got you there, but memories of great meals you have on a vacation can last a lifetime. A recent poll for Travelocity.ca found that 75 per cent of Canadians believe food is an important factor in choosing …

Two heavyweight contenders are going head-to-head for the title of the biggest, latest, more-of- everything cruise ship in the Caribbean. They come from familiar families, but these newcomers boast they pack more punch than any that have come before. One contender, Anthem of the Seas, is …

For a change of pace, The Cruisington Times’ executive editor Wallace Immen made a nostalgic trip far from any seaport–to a family reunion in the heart of America. The clock stopped in Lanesboro, Minnesota in the 1950s when the railroad abandoned the line along the …

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