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Our top 10 most read cruise stories of 2009

By Matt Roseboom

As we end our first year of Cruise News Weekly online, I thought it’d be a good time to go back and look at which of our online stories had the most views. Here are our top 10 most read cruise stories for 2009 – counting down to number one. Number 10 Guests to... »

Cruise Guide: Carnival Dream Review, Photos and Videos

By Matt Roseboom

The Carnival Dream recently made her North American debut. The 130,000-ton ship is the first of a new class of ships for Carnival Cruise Lines and their largest yet. It’s 1,004 feet long and holds up to 3,646 passengers. The Dream offers many firsts for Carnival and cruise lines in general. Click here to... »

Cruise Guide: Mega-ships Poesia, Dream, Oasis debut

By Matt Roseboom

By Michael Coleman Three of the world’s largest cruise ships ever constructed are making their North American debuts this week. MSC Poesia, Carnival Dream and the world´s biggest passenger vessel, Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas, were all unveiled to much pomp and circumstance. And, justifiably so. It’s a testament to the highly-competitive industry... »

Onboard Video: Carnival Dream ‘just makes it’ when passing under a New York bridge

By Matt Roseboom

Watch as the brand new Carnival Dream cruise ship just barely fits under the Verrazano Narrows Bridge. The ship had just left New York City on Friday the 13th, 2009 for a two-night cruise. »

Follow us live from the new Carnival Dream

By Matt Roseboom

We’ll be reporting live from Carnival Cruise Lines’ new ship, Carnival Dream, this Thursday, Friday and Saturday (Nov. 12, 13, and 14, 2009). You can follow our updates here, on Twitter (twitter.com/cruiseguide) and on Facebook (facebook.com/cruisenews). In addition to our coverage, the official naming ceremony featuring Academy Award- and Tony Award-winning actress Marcia Gay... »


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