Month: August 2005

Dining, Seabourn

Cruise Guide: Seabourn taps palate with food and wine festival

By Mike Coleman Hungry, and in need of a cruise to the Bahamas this fall? The Yachts of Seabourn will have you covered. ¨¨The ultra-luxurious, all-suite Seabourn Pride will tempt palates like never before when it hosts its third annual Great American Food & Wine Festival, during a 14-day voyage from New York to Nassau,...

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Cruise Guide: Breathtaking fall foliage cruises beckon passengers

By Mike Coleman It’s hard to tell when the seasons actually change here in Southwest Florida but if you’re among the lucky ones cruising from the United States to Eastern Canada, you know that fall is in the air. Over the next two months some of the world’s leading cruise lines will be showcasing the …...

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Cruise Guide: Cunard queens to circumnavigate the world in 2007

By Mike Coleman When executives at Cunard Line promise you the world, they mean it. ¨¨The company is sending its two liners – Queen Mary 2 (QM2) and her sistership Queen Elizabeth 2 (QE2) – on simultaneous world voyages in 2007, each with a different itinerary. QM2, the largest, longest, tallest, widest and most...

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Cruise Guide: It’s a kid’s world, after all, even on the high seas

By Mike Coleman Cruise lines are not just bending over backwards to make life onboard enjoyable for their young guests, they’re now designing ships with family friendly amenities clearly in mind. ¨¨More than one million children under the age of 18 took a cruise with their families in 2004, according to the Cruise Lines...

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