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  • Olympic deals for Vancouver, Canada? Not yet

    The world economy may be schussing down the fall line, but you would never know it from the price tags on lodging-and-ticket packages for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada, which start at more than $3,000 for two nights. What's a cost-...
  • When a layoff cancels a trip

    You pay thousands in deposits for a trip and then get laid off. Now what? If your travel insurer, cruise or airline company offers a so-called job-loss guarantee, you might get your money back. Or not, depending on the policy. Job-loss coverage is...
  • Ship profile: Norwegian Majesty

    Ship profile: Norwegian Majesty
    The Norwegian Majesty's nine decks of intimate settings and lively atmosphere is popular with many local cruise fans who will be sad to see it make its final sailing from Baltimore in August. In 2008, Norwegian Cruise Lines sold the ship to an operator in...
  • Staying afloat in 2009

    Vacationers who hit the high seas in 2009 will find a treasure-trove of bargains - and that's not all. At least 14 new ships, including the world's biggest behemoth and two intimate luxury vessels, plus innovative facilities and more U.S. departures,...
  • A cruise line directory

    CRUISE LINES SAILING FROM BALTIMORE American Cruise Lines (800) 814-6880 www.americancruiselines.com American Eagle, American Glory, American Spirit, American Star Carnival Cruise Lines (800) 327-9501 www.carnival.com Carnival Conquest,...
  • Q&A: Choosing a dinner seating time

    Q&A: Choosing a dinner seating time
    I have been on five cruises with two ship companies, and I have asked as soon as I've made the reservation for early seating for dinner. The request was honored on only one cruise. The others were for the late seating. (I didn't know this until I received...
  • Insuring your cruise vacation

    There's something about not having a job that can really get in the way of travel plans. I can't quite put my finger on it, but it may have something to do with vacations being less important than feeding your family or putting a roof over your head. The...
  • For a reunion, cruise can be tailored to suit needs of family members

    For a reunion, cruise can be tailored to suit needs of family members
    You might, like us, wonder if sailing over the blue horizon as a family group is a good idea. Recently, we weighed the advantages of holding a family gathering at sea versus, say, a week at a land resort or mountain retreat. There was much to consider,...
  • Swine Flu Hits Travel Industry Hard

    The swine flu situation couldn't come at a worse time for the travel industry.  Experts were already predicting a drop in air travel this summer.  And some travelers are trying to figure out if you'll be better off booking now, or waiting for prices to...
  • Big cruise deals are washing in

    Consumers are drowning in a sea of bad economic news. So are cruise lines. Consumers, though, are under no obligation to spend their money, but ships do have to sail. To fill their ships' berths, cruise lines are floating deals and making offers you...
  • All-inclusive vacation? Not always

    All-inclusive vacation? Not always
    Here's a siren song for the stressed-out traveler: "all-inclusive vacation." Pay all your costs upfront, this seductive sea nymph croons, and whip out your wallet no more. It's not always a lie. But to avoid scuttling the family budget on faraway shores,...