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Deilmann offers luxe outings through the Indian Ocean, with special discounts for Americans; Carnival puts all of August on sale; forget steerage, sail queerage on the QE2 with a gay cruise in January; test the waters with HAL's brief itineraries -- perfect for the first time cruiser; plus our usual round-up of the best deals out there.
Here's a guide to a bunch of the best beaches, plus the best cruise itineraries to get you where you need to go. Once in port, you can generally hop in a taxi to hit the beach, or in many cases sign up for the ships' beach excursions.
NCL launches a new ship, Carnival adds teen clubs, Crystal Cruises sets sail with Mary Tyler Moore (and you're invited!) and more in the round-up of the latest cruise news.
Too many choices can be a problem. When every tour is touted as exciting, fascinating, and once-in-a-lifetime, how can you tell which ones really are?
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Reader's Voice
From Gloria Tzioumis: "We will be in Miami the day before our scheduled cruise. Could anyone recommend a decent but not too pricey hotel for one night that would be convenient to the port? If it had a shuttle, that would be great also. Thank you."
From dprince4qn: "My wife and I just returned from a once-in-a-lifetime 10-day cruise on Golden Princess to Europe returning on June 11. This experience was somewhat ruined when we awoke the next morning and unpacked. We discovered that many of the souvenirs we had purchased for our children and grandchildren on this trip had been stolen from our suitcases."
From Haps: "Hi! I was wondering if any of you travellers out there know of a boat company that will take you from the U.S. to Europe, any city to any city: NY to London, Miami to Barcelona, etc. I mean any; just looking to get off the continent but not looking for a luxury cruise. I don't want to fly. I'm just looking for a 4- or 5-day voyage to Europe on a passenger boat."
From RenFromPenn: "I know that you must show that you intend to return home in order for customs to allow you into the UK. Well, how does that work with a Cunard cruise? Aren't the transatlantic tickets one-way? Would you simply have to book your return ticket in advance to show as proof?"
From flygrl: "I am a light packer and will be able to get my cruise wardrobe in a teeny carry-on. Can I bypass the luggage claim mess by just carrying my own small bag on the ship? Or does it have to join the mass bag pile and be delivered to my room for some security or customs reason? I'll be sailing on Royal Carribean Cruise lines."

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