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Ever marvel at how exactly ships float? It seems impossible, considering today's cruise ships are gigantic steal-encased cities carrying thousands of passengers, crew, and everything needed to feed and entertain them.
A today-only sale from Carnival, Caribbean discounts from Regent, and a host of deals from major agencies.
Last month I returned to my first cruising ship for the first time in ten years. How would it feel to come "home" after all those years? Would what seemed so grand in 1997 be just another megaship today?
An old Queen gets sent to the mid-east, two lines look to wellness, HAL teaches kids to cook, and more news from the cruise world.
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From malerntogo: "I recently booked two balcony cabins on the Dawn Princess from San Diego to Mexico sailing November 25, 2007. I am taking my mom and her new husband as a gift/honeymoon cruise."
From harlynjm: "We would like a smaller ship, less than 700 passengers with super service, good food, wine, and fun people. What is the best time for a Baltic cruise?
From floridagal2: "We may decide to take a tour including the Yangtze River cruise. Can anyone tell me their opinion of the MV President 1 ship please?"
From TOURMAN857: "I just got word that the Pride of Hawaii will be renamed the Norwegian Jade and will sail under the Bahamian flag. Do you think it is worth a gamble of sailing in November, or should I wait?"
From dejah6: "I'm cruising the end of June on Splendour of the Seas to Greece and am trying to decide which, if any, shore excursions to take through Royal Caribbean."
 

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