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When it comes to holiday decorations, each of these cruise ships is like a floating winter wonderland. Here are five ways to enjoy the festive decorations even if you're Caribbean-bound.
Be among the first cruisers to step aboard these new cruise ships from Carnival, Costa, Disney, MSC, Oceania, and Viking River Cruises.
Whether you're cruising in the Caribbean or tasting wine in Sonoma County, these New Year's Eve deals will help start 2012 off right.
In 2011, cruise ports lost and gained cruisers, new megaships launched, and Mississippi River cruising got a second chance.
Get free onboard credits, prepaid gratuities, and other great perks by booking these cruises in the Mediterranean, Caribbean, South Pacific, and more.
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From beachmusic33: "We'll be arriving in Papeete in the early morning on a cruise, but our flight does not leave until evening. Is there a company that can do a one-day tour of the island?"
From pennywise: "I'm the organizer of a 52-year class reunion. What shore excursions will be worthwhile to pay through the cruise ship and which should we plan to take on our own?"
From Kathleen Rice: "A March transatlantic to Barcelona from Miami worries me in terms of stormy seas. I hadn't thought of this before I booked. Is March a bad month for a transatlantic?"
From teachertraveler8: "My mom and I are thinking of taking a cruise in April. Should we book with a travel agent or just book online? We were considering a Carnival cruise."
 

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