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  • Ship profile: Royal Caribbean Enchantment of the Seas

    Ship profile: Royal Caribbean Enchantment of the Seas
    Royal Caribbean hopes to expand its travels along the East Coast with this replacement for the Grandeur of the Seas, a ship that has been sailing from Baltimore since 2004. The Enchantment, a member of the Vision Class (the most well-traveled and family-...
  • Nautical treasure sailboat goes to Biloxi museum

    Nautical treasure sailboat goes to Biloxi museum
    A Biloxi museum is getting a sailboat that was left to Tulane University - along with nearly $390,000 - in exchange for a promise to preserve it for at least 99 years. The Nydia, built about 1898 at the Johnson Shipyard, "represents the ultimate in boat-...
  • Games for Lunch: 'The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks' - DS

    Games for Lunch: 'The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks' - DS
    Developer: Nintendo Publisher: Nintendo Release Date: Dec. 8, 2009 System: Nintendo DS ESRB Rating: E10-plus 0:00 I actually came away from my 15-minute demo of this game at E3 incredibly bored with the entire concept. Am I finally outgrowing the...
  • 7 trips you should never book online

    7 trips you should never book online
    Carolyn Fletcher's honeymoon started heading south the moment she and her husband landed in Cancun. No one was there to pick up the newlyweds. It took an hour for her to convince a van service to deliver them to their hotel. But when they checked into...
  • Cruises that fit the (modest) bill

    Cruises that fit the (modest) bill
    Colin Markland relishes the feel of an ocean breeze as it musses his white hair. The 80-year-old retired doctor lives in Charleston, S.C., not far from his beloved Atlantic Ocean, a sea he has crossed by ship more times than he can remember. His first...
  • Once around the British Isles

    Invaders have long stormed Britain's shores from ships. Now, increasing numbers are storming ashore -- waving wallets instead of swords -- from cruise ships. Some of the world's largest cruise lines have developed niche sailings this year for those who...
  • The repositioning cruise fare game

    The repositioning cruise fare game
    Without too much effort, even a novice can snare a great fare on a one-way repositioning cruise. Such cruises have become increasingly popular in recent times, especially among cruisers who enjoy time at sea rather than at many ports. For the do-it-...
  • June 29 - Rob Newsome

    June 29 - Rob Newsome
    Discover Boating Boating connects like no other leisure activity and is a great getaway for spending quality time with family and friends without having to travel too far. In fact, 90 percent of Americans live within an hour of a body of water....
  • Southland teen nears the finish of his global sea odyssey

    Southland teen nears the finish of his global sea odyssey
    Zac Sunderland is wedged in his small bunk, reading, as his 36-foot sailboat ascends and careens down mountainous, shifting peaks. Just ahead on this late June morning is Mexico's first seasonal tropical depression, whose winds have roiled the Pacific....
  • Adventures In Baja

    Sure, naps and daiquiris in the sun are all well and good, but a visit to Los Cabos doesn't necessarily have to begin and end on the beach. Adventure and excitement are as synonymous with Mexico as sunburns and beach sand, and for those intrepid travelers...
  • The Perfect Los Cabos Itinerary

    Day 1 After a quick 2 hour flight from Los Angeles, we Arrive in Los Cabos to beautiful sunshine and warm weather! We are greeted at the Airport by Terramar Los Cabos' most experienced full service reception. www.terramardeestinations.com Check into...