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Royal splash – luggage goes overboard

Stacey and Jason Bandish were looking forward to some much needed sun and fun on their September Caribbean cruise. The Pennsylvania couple boarded Royal Caribbean’s Freedom of the Seas in Port Canaveral in a festive mood and felt at…

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BIG cruise day in St. Thomas

Seven of the world’s largest cruise ships are docked in St. Thomas today – Oasis of the Seas and Carnival Dream (both on first visits), Celebrity Millennium, Sea Princess, Norwegian Pearl, Costa Atlantica, and Sea Dream One. Interestingly, local…

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Is Oasis of the Seas worth the price?

With seven themed neighborhoods, from the open air Central Park with live plants and trees to a Boardwalk with a Coney Island feel, including a carousel and a zip-line, Oasis of the Seas is so much more than the…

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Top 10 cruise ships for children

A cruise vacation is a great way to travel as a family since many elements of the trip are conveniently wrapped up into one stress-free package. The value aspect is precisely why cruising continues to attract more families and keep them coming back for more. It’s no surprise then that cruise lines are investing heavily in more family-friendly features and innovations in their youth programs. Here are the top 10 ships kids love.

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Royal Caribbean’s UFO

oasisblimpWhat the heck is flying over Oasis of the Seas as it undergoes its first sea trials? Would you believe a blimp? Well, it’s not exactly a blimp, but according to Richard Fain, Royal Caribbean’s chairman and ceo it is called an aerostat. Read for more…
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Anchors away: Royal Caribbean gives passenger perks the heave-ho

Oy Last week Royal Caribbean International informed members of its Crown & Anchor Society past-passenger loyalty program that it would be cutting back a number of perks. The announcement infuriated many of the line’s best customers leaving many to wonder if they should quit sailing the cruise line.

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