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  • Disney Wonder rules on the high seas

    Disney Wonder rules on the high seas
    Now that Disney Cruise Line is sailing from Miami for the first time and offering Florida resident and other promotions, it’s more convenient and affordable than ever for local families to book their dream cruise vacation.
  • Carnival Sunshine makes Port Canaveral debut

    Carnival Sunshine makes Port Canaveral debut
    Port Canaveral may have lost a Dream, but now it has some Sunshine. The Carnival Sunshine arrived this week to replace the Carnival Dream, which had sailed out of Central Florida since its debut in 2009. The Sunshine, while smaller, is one of Carnival...

    Norwegian Spirit headed to Port Canaveral

    Norwegian Spirit headed to Port Canaveral
    MIAMI BEACH - While the big news from Norwegian Cruise Line today was about the homeport for the new Norwegian Escape and the reveal of its hull art by Guy Harvey, buried in the lead was the line's reveal of which of its older ships will be headed to Port...

    Executives target first-time cruisers at convention

    Executives target first-time cruisers at convention
    It wasn't the millions of passengers or the billions of dollars of revenue that cruise industry leaders wanted to talk about Tuesday at Cruise Shipping Miami, the world's largest cruise industry convention. Their primary target? That vacationer who...

    Green and wild: Ireland the way you imagined it

    Green and wild: Ireland the way you imagined it
    "I carry the sun in a golden cup, the moon in a silver bag." --Irish poet W.B. Yeats Breda met me in front of the butcher shop and led my car down a road so narrow a moonbeam would need daylight to find it. Then we arrived at Thomas Lynch's...