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Thinking about a Fall Cruise? Here’s Where and How to Cruise

Fall cruises are a great opportunity for a family getaway before all the chaos of the holiday season begins. Fall cruises are also frequently less expensive than peak season cruises, which means they’re a great time to score a bargain.

Here are some of the best cruises to embark on during the fall season.

New England and Atlantic Canada

New England and Atlantic Canada are famous for their brilliant fall foliage. Also famous in New England is the horrendous traffic caused by all the leaf peepers, so cruising is a spectacular way to take in the fall foliage from the luxury of a cruise ship.

New England cruises typically depart from Boston or New York, and sail up to Nova

Destination Spotlight: How to Do Your Caribbean Cruise Right

If you’re taking a Caribbean cruise this year, here are the top tips to make your trip exciting, fun, and memorable. We’ve organized the tips by location for your convenience.

Antigua

Explore the British military history of Shirley Heights and Nelson’s Dockyard through a half-day excursion.

Barbados

Tour Harrison’s Cave, a limestone cavern that shimmers with stalagmites and stalactites.

Belize City

Enjoy the rainforest views on a zipline, or cave-tube through darkened caverns for a unique swimming experience.

Bonaire

The coast of Bonaire boasts beautiful reefs and sparkling clear waters, so you can view colorful fish, coral, and other sea life.

Costa Maya

Explore Mayan ruins at nearby Chacchoben and check out the quaint shops and restaurants at Mahahual.

Cozumel

Ways to Get the Most Culture Out of Your Cruise Vacation

When you imagine a cruise, what comes to mind?

The open sea, obviously. Relaxing on a white sand beach somewhere? Tanning on the deck of the ship while you sip a martini? Mountains and mountains of food? A giant floating shopping mall where people enjoy duty-free purchases?

If these thoughts make you cringe rather than salivate, you might not think cruising is for you. Sadly, cruise lines probably aren’t exactly endearing themselves to you, either when you read stories like this, which recently appeared in the LA Times:

The Carnival Horizon, which just took its first voyage earlier in 2018, has a two-story shopping mall on board. It features brands like Kate Spade, Michael Kors, Victoria’s Secret, Le Vian

 World’s Longest Cruises – Would You Go?

Have you dreamed of traveling the world in a leisurely manner, stopping off in ports all around the globe? If so, a world cruise may be the ultimate vacation choice for you – but be prepared for a long trip.

Last year, UK’s Mundy Cruising made history by offering the longest world cruise package ever – an astounding 357 days, encompassing several different ships and every continent (yes, even Antarctica).

Obviously, that trip was a bit of an exception, but world cruises are still quite long. Typically, they last three to four months and allow you to see a wide variety of cultures in one trip.

They can cost a pretty penny, too, though some compare fairly well to

Top Cruise Destinations for 2017


There’s nothing quite like seeing the world via a luxurious cruise ship. With all of the various modern amenities offered by most big cruise lines, the ships can often feel like a paradise in and of themselves.

Still, though, when it comes to cruises, what most people care most about are the ports. Where they’re going. The destination.

Because of this, below we have decided to detail some of the hottest cruise destinations for this season – including a few itineraries that are newly available and rapidly gaining popularity.

Cruise Destinations That You Should Consider This Year

Europe or the Mediterranean

These destinations are perfect for the discerning traveler – especially if you consider yourself a foodie or wine aficionado.

Top 20 US Cruise Ports for 2015 -Cruise Liners & Destinations

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. Knowing where these ports are and which cruises depart from them can make your travel easier, shorter, and much less expensive.

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