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In this week's deal roundup: Carnival shares its birthday gifts, Regent goes 2-for-1 in Alaska, Peter Deilmann offers Asia incentives, and a collection of cruise specialist sales.
When a ship visits a port of call, it either ties up alongside a dock or it anchors offshore: The difference can sap hours from your excursion. Here, then, is a port-by-port guide to getting ashore.
This week saw growth galore, with two lines announcing big newbuild plans, four others about to launch new ships, and another announcing new deployments for new tonnage.
Carnival plans a Honduran base, Royal Caribbean and Celebrity set sail for Europe, the QM2 adds Redford and Hanks, and more updates and reports from the cruise industry.
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From 127: "This is our first Costa cruise, first time in Europe and our first transatlantic cruise. My mom and I have cruised 12 or more times. We only speak English and want to see as much as we can in a day."
From vincent15: "We're thinking about an American Queen trip from New Orleans to Memphis in May. What would the weather be like? Is it easy to set up shore excursions that are not cruise line excursions?"
From dcstettner: "We took the seven day NCL Pride of America out of Honolulu Jan 13 - 20, 2007. It was a wonderful trip! We are experienced cruisers and have also read the notes about NCL's troubles. The ship itself is newish and well cared for. Our room (inside cabin) was carefully and neatly made each day."
From michie: "I just booked a 13 day Alaska cruise on Celebrity and we are very excited about it. But why, why, why would a ship that carries 2,000 people not have a laundry room? I have cruised with other cruise lines, and laundry rooms are a must!"
From mjdinger: "We are thinking about traveling to Bermuda for the first time and are considering a seven day cruise. I like the thought of spending multiple days in port which will allow us to actually see some of the island."

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