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January 20, 2010

Companies like Royal Caribbean figure to play a major role in the country’s recovery from disaster — but NOW? Unless you’ve been sleeping off your New Year’s hangover in a cave for the last two weeks, you know that Haiti was all but obliterated by a Richter 7 earthquake on Ja.../ ➝

January 5, 2010

Ferries were created as basic transportation for water-bound communities, but they can offer a great experience — and great value — to the traveler. When it comes to cruising, January is a hot month. Snowbound Americans start thinking about sunny holiday cruises, while the cruise industr.../ ➝

November 2, 2009

The mainstream cruise industry seems married to the “bigger is better” idea. There are smaller, more intimate and adventurous alternatives. Just be ready to pay for them. Recession or not, when it comes to cruise ships, the attitude of the mainstream cruise industry seems to be: Go large.../ ➝

October 16, 2009

Things like this make me wish the UN had a navy. Travel Weekly is reporting that the high-end cruise line Seabourn has cancelled its scheduled cruises in the Indian Ocean for the next two years because of the threat of pirate attacks. And please, no Johnny Depp jokes. Joint naval patrols off Somalia.../ ➝

September 26, 2009

The cruise industry was counting on more people getting into cruising before the recession. Soon, they’ll be just about begging for it. Bargain-hunting vacationers, take note. Bad timing on the part of the cruise industry could mean good news for cruise travelers. They’ve painted themsel.../ ➝

June 15, 2009

Sometimes, you travel to meet people. Even people who died before you were born. I never met my grandfather. My mother told me he was a merchant seaman who called New Orleans home. The cold eyes and unsmiling face in an old color photograph told me he’d seen his share of hard times. In the [&h.../ ➝