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  • Epic's debut lives up to name

    Epic's debut lives up to name
    Norwegian Cruise Line's long-anticipated Epic has finally arrived, and it rocks. Long an industry innovator with a list of firsts that includes the first alternate-dining restaurant at sea and a secluded complex of luxury villas atop the ship, NCL yet...
  • Norwegian Epic's debut lives up to name

    Norwegian Epic's debut lives up to name
    Norwegian Cruise Line's long-anticipated Epic has finally arrived, and it rocks. Long an industry innovator with a list of firsts that includes the first alternate-dining restaurant at sea and a secluded complex of luxury villas atop the ship, NCL yet...
  • Port of Call Spotlight: Cruise Lines' Private Islands

    Port of Call Spotlight: Cruise Lines' Private Islands
    It was an idea pioneered by NCL several decades ago: offer cruise passengers a beach day on a private island (Great Stirrup Cay in the Bahamas' Berry Islands). The idea took hold and now a number of cruise lines (Costa, Disney, Holland America, Princess...
  • William F. Buckley Jr., 82; author and founder of modern conservative movement

    William F. Buckley Jr., 82; author and founder of modern conservative movement
    William F. Buckley Jr., the columnist, novelist, television talk show host and tireless intellectual who founded the modern conservative movement and was its articulate voice for nearly six decades, died Wednesday. He was 82. Buckley, who had been ill...
  • How to use the stock market to get a cruise discount

    DES MOINES, Iowa -- A Web site that sells cruises is promoting a little-known way to get a discount on your next trip at sea: Using the stock market. If you own stock in a cruise company, you may qualify for an onboard credit. For example, says Bob...
  • 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...
  • Ship profile: RCL Grandeur of the Seas

    Ship profile: RCL Grandeur of the Seas
    Grandeur of the Seas is an appropriate name for a cruise ship that can carry almost 2,500 passengers. The ship, which Royal Caribbean International has been sailing from Baltimore for several years, will be replaced later this year by the somewhat...
  • 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,...
  • Theme cruises go with the flow

    Theme cruises allow passengers to immerse themselves in their passions and interests. Jazz, antiques, baseball -- you name it -- there is a cruise vacation that seemingly deals with the topic. The cruises allow passengers to pursue their common passions...
  • These websites help you choose the right ship

    It seems as though everywhere you look you'll find a bargain -- department stores, auto dealerships and especially cruise lines. Thanks to the economic downturn and the number of new ships, this year the deals on the high seas are particularly good,...
  • 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,...