Month: September 2007

Caribbean, Excursions, NCL, Ports

Cruise Guide: NCL to feature series of Bermuda cruises

By Mike Coleman Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) has unveiled a series of Bermuda-bound itineraries from five East Coast cities in 2008. It’s the largest such deployment in company history.  Look for Norwegian Dawn to sail from New York and Norwegian Dream to depart from Boston. Norwegian Majesty, meanwhile, will sail to the island...

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Caribbean, Ports

Cruise Guide: Cruise lines eye Asian, Caribbean markets

By Mike Coleman Three of cruising’s biggest players are gearing up for what promises to be interesting times ahead for passengers. Royal Caribbean will soon be anchoring in Asia, Carnival will position itself in the Caribbean like never before and guests sailing with Holland America will enjoy flexible dining times on future...

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Cruise Guide: ‘Repo’ cruises gaining in popularity

By Mike Coleman Ocean crossings or leisurely one-way voyages between continents, with few if any port of calls, are becoming increasingly popular cruise vacation experiences. Such trips, known as repositioning cruises, harken back to a bygone era when plenty of onboard time added to the mystique and romance of a high-seas adventure. No...

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