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The new Voyages to Antiquity will concentrate on cultural cruises in the Mediterranean, while Cunard's "Queen Mary" will go absolutely nowhere near New York City.
Tipping used to be simple, now it's not. Here's an up-to-date primer on tipping policies and rates at the principal mainstream, luxury, and small-ship lines operating in and around the U.S. today.
You may be stuck on a ship in the middle of nowhere, but that doesn't mean that your cruise line won't want to make you feel like you're in New York, Paris, or -- more likely -- Vegas. Here are the most common ways they'll try to keep you happy.
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From Sus: "My husband and I are planning our first cruise, the 12 day Grand Mediterranean on Princess. We're thinking about a balcony room, but there is a huge cost difference?"
From vcjou007: Our cruise ship will be docking in Casablanca and Agadir. Are there things to do close to the ports? Are shore excursions, which are expensive, necessary to see the highlights of the cities?"
From Diane in Rhode Island: "We are taking a 13 day Princess cruise to New Zealand. We are wondering if it will be easy to get to a tour of thermal wonderland and geysers from where the cruise ship will dock."
From Margaux93: "We are a little concerned about the cost of the excursions since Celebrity won't be listing the tours and prices until a couple months before the sail date."
From doublestuf: "Is there anything that I should/must see or avoid along the way? Ports are Aruba, Cartagena, Cristobal and Limon. "
 
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