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Reduced single supplements on some Regent Seven Seas sailings, free upgrades for new NCL bookings, and even more discounts from top cruise specialists.
It may be convenient to board ships from places like New York City and Seattle, but before you book your next cruise, here are 10 other ports that you may not have considered.
A country star celebrates a new ship, a classic musical gets its sea legs, and more developments from ships and oceans around the world.
Feeling restless? Pick a cruise that stops in one of these ports, where the shore excursions and tours can get you close to monkeys, penguins, or nurse sharks.
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From Chas08: "We (a wife, husband, and three teens) are thinking about an Alaska cruise. What would happen if we ignored the dress codes and wore jeans on a formal night?"
From Karen007: "Can anyone recommend a good cruise for adults in the Mexican Riviera next winter? We went last December on Carnival, and there were a lot of kids. We couldn't get in the pool."
From pam carroll: "We have a day in Athens before the day our cruise departs. What should we do that day? Where should we stay? Where should we eat?"
From RosemaryNJ: "We are going on a Grand Circle Tour of Cairo, a 7-day Nile River Cruise, and then Jordan. We plan on getting our visa at the airport in Egypt. Do we need a passport-size photo or is that not necessary since we will be there in person?"
From JSS: "Is the Bateau Mouche experience worth it?"

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