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It was only ten years ago that your best bet for getting a message home from a cruise ship was to use your cabin's satellite phone -- at a rate of $8 to $15 per minute. Today, nearly every line is wiring up their ships so you can bring your cell phones, PDAs, and laptops down to the pool deck with you.
Matt Hannafin rounds up the latest news on the Crown Princess incident, Celebrity Cruises' new vessel, SeaDream's new Egypt/Greece voyage and more.
Here are some of the best deals a handful of major travel agencies are advertising this week, including free air and free shore excursions for American passengers on 20 cruises from Peter Deilmann Cruises.
It wasn't always this way, that cruise ships gyms were so over-the-top. Go back a decade or two and you were lucky if you had access to a couple of rusty treadmills and a rowing machine. Today, it's a different story.
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From lucaslaw: "My mother uses a wheelchair part time and has difficulty with her balance. We are going on the Carnival Fascination and I need advice on what particular cabin and/or category to ask for."
From Cynthiam: "I already booked a trip sailing in Jan. 2007 on Royal Caribbean's Mariner of the Seas."
From sdodson: "We have never been on a cruise before and we were thinking of taking one over Thanksgiving."
From eeverett: "The world's most mis-managed hotel aboard ship! This was not a vacation, but an exercise in futility."
From brneyes: "Have you cruised on the Carnival Destiny ship within the last year?"

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