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  • Disney Fantasy leaves the shipyard, heads for sea trials

    Disney Fantasy leaves the shipyard, heads for sea trials
    The Disney Fantasy made its way from the shipyard where it has been under construction for the last couple of years on its way to sea trials in the North Sea. The ship left the Meyer Werft Shipyard in Papenberg, Germany on Friday, tugged down the Ems...
  • Just where are all the cruise ships this winter?

    Just where are all the cruise ships this winter?
    The winter cruising season is well under way, and that means the southern ports are filling up with returning cruise ships with trips to warmer climes through next April. For those playing at home, here's a roundup by port of which ships are sailing...
  • Port Canaveral to get third Carnival cruise ship

    Port Canaveral to get third Carnival cruise ship
    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,...
  • Baltimore moves up on list of top ports for cruises

    The Port of Baltimore ranks as the fifth-largest port for the number of cruise passengers on the East Coast, according to numbers released recently by the Cruise Lines International Association. The ranking, based on data from 2010 when Baltimore...
  • Report: 25 cocaine bricks found on a military beach | PHOTO

    Twenty-five packages of cocaine worth more than $1.25-million washed up onto a Port Canaveral inlet shore near launch pads used for Delta II rockets, reports Florida Today in Melbourne. “We’re lucky it didn’t drift to the south”...
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  • Cruise ships, airlines make way for Hurricane Irene

    Cruise ships, airlines make way for Hurricane Irene
    If you had Caribbean dreams in your travel plans for this week, they’re fading rapidly into reality with the arrival of Hurricane Irene, a powerful storm that has targeted Puerto RIco, the Dominican Republic, the Bahamas and potentially the entire...
  • Carnival Pride will arrive back in Baltimore early Saturday

    Carnival Pride will arrive back in Baltimore early Saturday
    The Carnival Pride cruise ship will arrive back at the Port of Baltimore on Saturday, a day earlier than scheduled, in an effort to avoid Hurricane Irene. Passengers will begin debarkation from the ship at 7 a.m. Afterwards, the cruise ship will be...
  • Fall cruise lineup runs from baseball to bikers

    Fall cruise lineup runs from baseball to bikers
    Here's a sample of theme cruises, offered by cruise lines or tour operators, that will bring kindred spirits together on the high seas this fall: Baseball fans — Perfect for rabid fans in postseason withdrawal are two Baseball Greats cruises to the...
  • In old Florida, Weeki Wachee and other early tourist attractions still kicking

    In old Florida, Weeki Wachee and other early tourist attractions still kicking
    Lisa is cursing at the Tom Tom on the dashboard. I am cursing at my dysfunctional laptop and/or cellphone. It is raining and cold. Our windows are fogged. Probably with the steam from our ears. This is what happens when 21st-century reporters go off in...
  • A Florida treat: Take a short walk on a long pier

    A Florida treat: Take a short walk on a long pier
    When Jimmy Buffett was singing about a cheeseburger in paradise, his vision likely didn't revolve around the cold and rainy afternoon that was the backdrop for my road trip to the Venice pier, 26 miles south of Sarasota on Florida's Gulf Coast. A...