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Two high-end lines drop prices for winter and fall fares, while a fleet of speciality agents offer the best discounts for departures all year long.
There's nothing getting the straight scoop from travel agents who live, breathe, and talk cruises for a living. We asked a handful of travel agents for their two cents on four more questions.
Nobody in their right mind would say that cruise ships are good for the environment. But there is more to the story: Cruise lines are experimenting with environmental technologies and initiatives to reduce their impact.
Princess lets guests friends do on-board send-offs, MSC crew rescues a capsized boat, and more updates from the cruising world.
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From Malnutrian: "Anyone been to either the Fragata or Golondrina? They are owned by company called Tierra Verde and offer a better price. Anyone has actually booked from them directly?"
From Malmar: "I will be arriving by ship, and I am interested in visiting Olympia. Is it very far from port? Would taxi be feasible?"
From CA Levesque: "We are booked on a trans Atlantic cruise out of Ft Lauderdale on April 14 and just wondering about the weather."
From Allakapel: "I have a restless 3 year old girl and a 5 year old boy. I am going crazy trying to decide which ship to pick where they would have a ton of fun since this getaway is for them."
From mtngirl489: "I am taking my granddaughter and two of her friends on a Western Caribbean cruise on the Carnival Legend the end of June for their HS graduation present. Any suggestions about what would be fun activities for this age group?"

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