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Cunard offers New York Departures Sale

Cunard is pleased to announce the New York Departures Sale, which features up to 35% savings on select Transatlantic Crossings, New England & Canada, Caribbean, Grand Voyages and Exotic Voyages on Queen Mary 2 and Queen Elizabeth. The New York…

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Royal Princess christened by Duchess of Cambridge

In a spectacular ceremony today in Southampton, Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge named the new ship Royal Princess when she released a bottle of champagne that smashed against its hull. Standing on the naming platform with the…

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MS Balmoral becomes floating toy in Bay of Biscay

This eye opening video is not for the seasick. Watch European line Fred Olsen’s MS Balmoral bobble in rough seas. The Balmoral suffered a force twelve gale as it hit rough seas and 75 mph winds in the Bay of Biscay off Northern Spain and France.

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Off to see Carnival Splendor

I am off to Dover, England for the inauguration of Carnival Cruise Lines’ new 113,300-ton Carnival Splendor. Splendor represents a new class of vessel for Carnival and offers new innovative on-board features and facilities, highlighted by a 21,000-square-foot health and fitness center. Read for more details and live blogs from the ship…

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Carnival Splendor gets sexy British godmother

Carnival Splendor’s cruise director John Heald has to have a big grin on his face today. British celebrity Myleene Klass, a chart-topping musican, singer and television personality, is to be godmother of the new Carnival Splendor and officially name the newest “Fun Ship” of the world’s largest cruise line in Dover, England on July 10, 2008. Read for more details…

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Bigger is better: Britons get their Independence

Royal Caribbean\'s Independence of the Seas (photo courtesy of Royal Caribbean)Will the world’s largest cruise ship that spans four football fields, rises 15 stories high, and carries 4,328 people play in the UK? Royal Caribbean is betting big that the brand new Independence of the Seas will woo Britons with a jolly good cruise.

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