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Here are some of the best deals a handful of major travel agencies are advertising this week.
Built and outfitted at the Fincantieri shipyard in Monfalcone, Italy (near Venice), the 113,000-ton, 3,080-passenger vessel arrived at the new Brooklyn Cruise Terminal in mid-June.
Matt Hannafin rounds up the latest news on Regent Seven Seas, Disney Cruise Line, Royal Caribbean and more.
It's no secret cruises are famous for keeping passengers fat and happy. Though there are more healthy options on board than ever, from sushi to salads and fruit smoothies, no matter how you slice it there's a whole lot of eating going on.
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From cslynn: "I just returned from spending two months in Europe, including Transatlantic sailing on the new Noordam."
From mimica: "Is anyone familiar with combination trips? Specifically, a Panama cruise starting on the West Coast and returning with a train from Florida to California?"
From write one: "Is it possible to show up at the pier on the day the cruise is to leave, and buy a deeply discounted ticket on an unsold room?"
From vkarki: "We are taking a short (three-day) RCCL Sovereign of the Seas cruise in early October to Cococay and Nassau, Bahamas."
From Terri4pugs: "Our 25th Anniversary is Nov 14, and we'd like to take a cruise to Mexico from either Los Angeles or San Diego."

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