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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

Climb a step pyramid at Chichen Itza, about three hours from Cozumel. A visit to nearby Tulum offers breathtaking views from ocean cliffs.

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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 jewelry, Hublot, and Breitling, as well as deluxe offerings for beauty products, fragrances, sweets, liquors, and tobacco. Since last year, Carnival has renovated shopping

The Coolest, Most Advanced Attractions Available on Cruises

Looking for a totally unique experience the next time you take a cruise? In this post, we’re going to detail some of the most amazing, most technologically-advanced amenities cruises are offering today to entice you to book a trip with them.

Here are some of the most exciting things you and your loved ones can do on cruises this year.

Bumper Cars

Your kids will have fun on this amusement-park-styled ride aboard the Royal Caribbean’s Quantum of the Seas and Anthem of the Seas.

Drink at a Brewery

Yes, you can drink on every cruise, but Carnival Cruise Line has an actual onboard brewery in the Carnival Vista. Enjoy three different original brews from tabletop taps or at the bar.

Frozen Bar

The Norwegian Epic features an ice bar just like the ones in Scandinavia. The seats, walls, and glasses are all made

Never Do These Things While on a Cruise Vacation

Cruising is one of the most enjoyable and luxurious ways to travel. However, if you’re a cruising novice, it’s prudent to do your research and make sure you’re well-prepared.

There are a few pitfalls that newbie passengers commonly engage in. Avoid doing these things and you’ll have a safer and more enjoyable cruise.

Pick the Wrong Travel Companion

On a cruise, you’ll be in close quarters and spending a lot of time with your travel companion(s). Cruises are most fun with someone who’s flexible, up for anything, and sociable. A wallflower who wants to hang out in the cabin all the time will put a damper on your cruise.

Underestimate the Power of the Buffet

You may think that you have the willpower not to overindulge. However, the food choices available in the all-you-can eat buffets can bend even the strongest of wills. Save

Brawls, Unsanitary Conditions and Other Cruise Problems

A cruise is supposed to be a relaxing experience without hassle. Unfortunately, several recent news headlines have reported cruise ship problems that caused passengers to suffer unnecessary harm.

In this post, we’ll detail the potential problems that you must watch out for when you cruise. If you are injured on a cruise ship due to someone else’s negligence, you should fight back with a skilled maritime lawyer.

Brawls

In February 2018, several brawls developed aboard the Carnival Legend when it was sailing off the coast of Australia. Reports indicate that a 23-member family group instigated many of the brawls, which the crew did not sufficiently control. A video even suggested that crew members kicked a passenger while on the ground.

In separate recent incident, another Carnival cruise ship had to sail back to port when a fight broke out among passengers who were having

 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 13 weeks of living in certain cities. Moreover, some people even become quite attracted to the idea of basically living at sea.

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Things Everyone Should Know before Embarking on a Cruise

Is 2018 your year to start cruising?

If you’ve never been on a cruise before, these helpful tips will keep you in the know and help you understand how to protect yourself if you end up getting injured.

You Can Find the Best Deals Online

When you sign up for your desired cruise line’s newsletter, you’ll get notice of special limited-time offers as an insider. These deals may not be advertised anywhere else, so it’s the best way to get the lowest price for your dream cruise.

The Fine Print Matters

Read the fine print when you book your cruise. Most cruises cover your stateroom, meals, and some entertainment in your ticket price. Upcharges often apply to specialty meals and drinks, spa services, and extra lessons. Shore excursions will always result in an upcharge. Also check to see if there’s an additional charge for

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