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Top 20 US Cruise Ports for 2015 -Cruise Liners & Destinations
Posted by: Andrew Winston
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 Top 20 US Cruise Ports for 2015

You plan to go on a cruise sometime in the next year. What’s the first thing you think about? Your destination, right? Do you want to relax on the beaches of the Bahamas or see the icy beauty of Alaska? Get some Latin flavor in a South American country or tour the historic ports of Europe?

But while your destination is obviously very important, don’t neglect another important decision: your departure port. The United States is home to no fewer than 20 ports (if you include Vancouver) where you can board your cruise and head out for adventure.

Cruise Ships Itineraries: Departures & Destinations For U.S. Ports
Posted by: Andrew Winston
Category: Cruise Liners | Cruise Ship Itineraries & Schedules | Cruise Ships

Cruise Ship Itineraries and Schedules Every year, nearly 21 million people sign up for a chance to explore the world in a personal and meaningful way onboard a cruise ship.   With elaborate water parks, celebrity chef-crafted menus, exclusive evening entertainment, and memorable shore excursions, cruising truly is an all-in-one experience for all ages and interests. Here we have put together a guide to make the most challenging part of your cruise vacation – choosing a destination – much easier. Whether you are planning your first trip abroad or finalizing the details of your annual land-and-sea adventure, use the info below to find up-to-date itineraries, ports of departure, and destinations for all cruise lines operating in the U.S.

Sailing on Troubled Waters: The Dirty Truths Cruise Liners Don’t Want You to Know
Posted by: Andrew Winston
Category: Cruise Liners
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The Dirty Truth About Cruise Liners
Has recent news about a cruise ship catching fire in the middle of the ocean or having to limp back to shore after a mechanical failure shocked you and completely changed your idea of a cruise? Good. It was about time vacationers knew the truth about the cruise industry, which is far from the idyllic image of families sipping cocktail drinks and having a blast on board. Although they remain one of the most popular vacation choices, cruises have their dirty secrets – and knowing the truth may help you greatly in deciding if a one-week voyage on a 100,000-ton steel behemoth stranded in the middle of the ocean is a responsible choice for your next family reunion.