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Deals and News
Our cruise experts debate the merits of the next big things -- bowling, glass blowing, outdoor movies -- on the ocean's biggest liners.
Royal Caribbean drops the hard line on fuel supplements, HAL turns to royalty for approval, NCL shifts gears in Hawaii, and more news from the seven seas.
The cruise businesses relies on you, the customer, to make up for low wages with decent tips. Here's what you should plan to pay for service on every major cruise line.
Get up to 30% off barge-based tours of Europe as well as a host of discounts around the globe from the top specialty cruise agents.
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Reader's Voice
From primadina: "We are leaving at the end of May for a Baltic Cruise with Princess. We reserved $800 worth of guided tours for the two days in St. Petersburg."
From rm3754: "I will be cruising on Carnival Freedom on 5/21/08 and would appreciate any and all feedback on the following."
From donna0609: "How do I get a reasonable rate for a Disney cruise as a Florida resident and what prices can I expect to pay? Their listed rates seem outrageous."
From ssg417: "With only one day in Sydney, Melbourne, Hobart, Dunedin, Tauranga, Christchurch and Auckland, what should we see?"
From jkrempels: "My wife and I will be going on our honeymoon this April. We are going on the Isignia for Oceania Cruises for 10 days."
 

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