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It's a big world out there, and the cruise lines want to show it to you. The islands and Alaska remain the meat and potatoes of the cruise diet, but the menu expands every year, with new ports, routes and pre- and post-cruise land tours in Asia, South...
Tags: Charleston, Los Angeles, Cruises, Washington, DC, New York
Chicago TribuneValparaíso, Chile The Pacific wasn't. First, we were bucked up and down, then rolled side to side. In my cabin four decks above the sea, the bigger waves sent water sloshing around the portholes. It was like looking into a giant front-loading washing...
Tags: South America, Cruises, Rivers, Oklahoma, Landforms
Sentinel Staff WriterIf you're looking for a cruise, you don't have to look far from home: Florida has five cruise ports. Here is an overview of Florida's ports and the cruise options available from them. Port Everglades Port Everglades -- in Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood...
Here is a listing of cruise lines and their vessels. One caveat: Many cruise companies prefer to sell through travel agents. It's often best to book through an agent who specializes in cruises. American Canadian Caribbean Line (800) 556-7450 http://www....
Special to The TimesCraving a vacation at sea but unwilling to fly to a port, Jay and Shelly Schwartz hopped a taxi from their home in Maryland and within an hour were boarding the Galaxy in Baltimore, Celebrity Cruises' new departure point for 10- and 11-night Caribbean...
American Canadian Caribbean Line: P.O. Box 368, Warren, RI 02885; 800-556-7450; fax 401-247-2350; www.accl-smallships.com. Ships: Grande Caribe, Grande Mariner, Niagara Prince. American Cruise Lines: 1 Marine Park, Haddam, CT 06438; 800-814-6880; fax:...
Special to the TribuneCruising looms large as a vacation of choice in the world of gay and lesbian travel, described by a marketing group as a $54.1-billion-a-year niche market in the U.S. This year alone, three long-established firms that serve the gay and lesbian trade--...
Tribune staff reportersSome cruise lines have altered their cancellation and refund policies for passengers who couldn't reach their departure points because of Tuesday's terrorist attacks. By Thursday, several lines had amended their policies to accommodate stranded...
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