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Frommer's cruise correspondents Matt Hannafin and Heidi Sarna hardly ever agree on anything -- at least not without a long, bitter argument first. This week, they address the issue of taking your kids on a cruise.
If you live in the Heartland, read on for MSC's offer for free airfare for residents in 12 states; and for all us, SeaDream lowers prices on weeklong European yacht excursions, NCL publishes promo codes on itineraries for Caribbean and Hawaii cruises, and we round up the cheapest routes from major providers.
They just keep comin' and they're bigger than ever. By year-end, seven brand new mega ships will have debuted, and all are outfitted with lots of dining, entertainment and recreation outlets, plus huge spas and gym, and impressive facilities for kids. Here are the highlights:
Alaskans vote in a new tax on visiting cruisers, Princess gets modern (finally) by offering e-ticketing, Silverseas raises rates and more.
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Reader's Voice
From cresspenn: "Mother Russia! Or, as I will now always think of it, The Land of a Million Mosquitos. The trip/cruise is over and I am happily home, but I must say I did have a good time."
From lvttrvl: "My husband and I are traveling on Zuiderdam the last week of November. We will be visiting Turks & Caicos, Tortola, St. Thomas and Holland's private island."
From km3045: "Sailing on the Sovereign in next few weeks, cabin 5096. Can anyone tell me if they are done installing new bedding on this ship or in our stateroom?"
From lucaslaw: "We just got back from a 4 day cruise to the Western Caribbean on Carnival Fascination. I'm glad that we didnt book a cruiseline shore tour."
From Glorya: "Is there any difference when one requests a "guarantee cabin" with the cruise line as opposed to the "cut rate" agency advertising very good prices?"

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