Archive for July, 2006

Cruise Guide: Expedition-style voyages bring nature to life

Thursday, July 27th, 2006

By Michael Coleman While Europe and the Caribbean beckon cruise travelers like never before, expedition-style voyages to some of the world’s most captivating natural locales are drawing Baby Boomers in droves.  Those seeking a respite from the packed, mass-market cruise experience need to look no further than two intimate, soft-adventure sailings to the Great... »

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Cruise Guide: Princess helps couples tie-the-knot at sea

Wednesday, July 19th, 2006

By Michael Coleman Tying the knot at sea is as old as cruising itself. Gentle ocean breezes and picture-perfect sunsets put many a couple in the mood to say “I Do.” Whether sailing off the coast of an idyllic Tahitian island, cruising the Amazon or exchanging vows in the sun-drenched Caribbean, what’s not to... »

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Cruise Guide: Cunard bids farewell to seafaring icon

Friday, July 14th, 2006

By Michael Coleman IBM introduced the floppy disc. Monday Night Football was born. The Beatles broke up. Kansas City won a Super Bowl. Brazil knocked off Italy for the World Cup.  It was 1970, a year full of promise and a time when a young seaman joined the Cunard Line. My how times flies... »

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