| Jan 24, 2011
I'm standing in front of the mirror in our stateroom, looking over my wife's shoulder and tying my black bow tie. It is our first sea day and the first of three formal nights on our leisurely eight-night early January crossing on Cunard Line's spanking-...
| Dec 26, 2010
Just when you thought cruise lines had done it all — Central Park at sea (on Royal Caribbean's Oasis of the Seas) and Cirque du Soleil afloat (on Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Epic) — here comes Disney with a roller coaster aboard the...
| Feb 28, 2010
More brides are going to sea than ever before. Some are even taking along a lot more than the groom.
One New York bride plans on setting sail in May with a contingent of more than 100 guests, according to Norwegian Cruise Line spokeswoman Courtney Recht....
| Jun 17, 2009
When I heard Carnival Cruise Lines would begin sailing year-round from Baltimore, I was not excited. I was glad that it meant more jobs and a boost to Maryland's economy, but a Carnival cruise wasn't going to be part of my vacation plans.
| Jun 17, 2009
Carnival Cruise Lines, 888-227-6482, carnival.com.
The Carnival Pride sails year-round from Baltimore with a variety of itineraries. Through Sept. 9, the ship is offering six-, seven-ƒ|and eight-day cruises to the Caribbean, the Bahamas and Florida....
| Mar 10, 2011
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Carnival Cruise Lines announced Port Canaveral will be getting a third ship joining two Disney Cruise Line and two Royal Caribbean International ships and will begin sailing in November.
The 20-year-old Carnival Ecstasy, currently based in Galveston,...
| Jan 25, 2009
At some point, almost every traveler suffers from seasickness or some other form of motion sickness. Mal de mer, as the French call it, is so common on cruise ships that some lines dispense anti-nausea pills free of charge. Remember, your vulnerability to...
| Dec 16, 2008
The economy may be sailing slowly these days, but that hasn't stopped South Florida's cruise lines, which are introducing a half-dozen new ships here this fall.
Do these new superliners really offer anything "new"? Sure, they all have the amenities...
| Dec 22, 2009
Reality, when you are the world's largest cruise line, can be a Dream.
Carnival Cruise Lines unveiled its largest ship, the Carnival Dream, last month in New York City. Weighing in at 130,000 tons, it carries 3,646 passengers (4,631 if all upper berths...
| Jun 14, 2010
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| Apr 15, 2009
The Carnival Pride sails year-round from Baltimore, Carnival Cruise Line's first entry into the Mid-Atlantic cruise market. The ship, part of Carnival's fast and sleek Spirit class, features 12 decks, including a sports bar, a show lounge, pools,...