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Savings from posh Regent Seven Seas, early-bird deals from Norwegian, savings on INTRAV explorations, and more deals from cruiselines and specialist agencies.
The great stern-wheel steamship Delta Queen, built in 1927, has operated since 1966 under a special Congressional exemption to Coast Guard fire-safety standards. The expemption wasn't renewed this year, meaning that 2008 will be her final year as an overnight vessel.
Carnival loves the Caribbean, Clipper's spirit lives on at Abercrombie & Kent, Panama's second city gets picked by Royal Caribbean, and more news fresh from the world of cruising.
How to indulge your curiosity, meet and mingle with experts, and walk away smarter from your next cruise experience.
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From empress: "We would appreciate a cruise line and ship that you had a good experience with. We are thinking of the Celebrity Century."
From slodebt: "We're having a hard time deciding whether to use a tour company that contracts with Greek ships or to book an island cruise through an American company such as Princess."
From motherlab: "Does anyone know of any tours to Cinque de Terre (boat or otherwise)? I only have one day in each port. The ship offers an excursion from Portofino but it's pricey."
From llin: "We found a cruise for this Dec. 30-Jan. 6 to the Caribbean. Anyone traveled at this time of the year and would you recommend going at this time?"
From paigeammann: "This is the only time we could go for a much needed vacation. Looking at the weather it looks kind of wet so we need some advice."
 

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