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On Friday, October 21st, the storm struck the Mexican states of Yucatan and Quintana Roo -- the so-called Mayan Riviera -- with Category 4 force. The island of Cozumel, one of the busiest cruise ports in the Caribbean, was battered for more than 36 hours, suffering massive damage.
Costa Cruises cuts costs on holiday itineraries to as low as $649 per person, Radisson offers two-for-one rates on Voyager, plus we list the rock-bottom offers from a fleet of discount outlets.
Riverboats and liners plan returns to NOLA, Carnival updgrades its image with haute cuisine, Radisson adds a fuel surcharge, Italian-based MSC floats its first megaship, Disney retools Magic, head to the North Pole for the Holidays -- plus the latest on Crystal, Silversea and Seabourn
Giving more of a good thing, NCL will position a second ship, the Norwegian Spirit, out of New York next month to do year-round itineraries.
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From amc2276: "My husband and I are going on the Celebrity Summit sailing May 2006 from Anchorage to Vancouver. I need advice on what excursions I should book. I also need advice on what type of weather we will experience and what we should pack. Any advice and suggestions are appreciated."
Amy Scott: "I plan to go to St. John when we dock in St. Thomas. My family (14 of us) would like to see the sights on St. John and spend some time on a nice beach. Any suggestions?"
From Sharon McGraw: "We contacted Celebrity before our trip and arranged all our excursions with their special staff that designated for disabled passengers. Two days before we were to arrive at our first port, we went to the excursion desk to inquire. They had no information on our disability but would inquire of corporate. Next day, corporate did have the info but the vendor had not been told. In the end, we were in the parking lot with no excursion."
From Joan Thomas: "Please tell me what your standard practice is for tipping the maitre d' on a cruise. Does tipping up front make any difference? Tipping at all?"
From Jan Cardoza: "We are thinking of sailing on the Carnival Conquest next May. We have never sailed Carnival because of their party reputation. We are two couples in the late 40's early 50's. We like to have fun, but we don't want a bunch of drunken college kids (no offense to anyone) running around. We have been there, done that. Has anyone sailed this ship, preferably in the month of May? Need reviews, good and bad. Thank you."
 

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