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LONDON, England - Figures have revealed that 860 cruises are currently scheduled to depart from British shores, up 3%.
If your passport is gathering dust and your suitcase desperately needs a workout, don't throw away thoughts of a thrilling vacation just because your wallet doesn't match your wanderlust.
SHANGHAI, China - More big cruises are expected to sail into China this year to meet the growing needs of Chinese tourists.
MIAMI, Fla. - Mexico has retained the coveted position as number one recipient of cruise lines, globally.
Even before the second Costa cruise liner hit trouble in the Indian Ocean, prices of Mediterranean cruises had dropped by 15% in the wake of the earlier Costa Concordia disaster, claims a leading trav
Life-time sailor and director of sales for Star Clippers, Bill Dwyer joins Sandy to talk about the business of Star Clippers and advantages of working with his company where their biggest ship welcome
PLYMOUTH, Minn. - Specific cruising trends based on data from an annual Travel Trends Survey has been unveiled today.
PENNINGTON, N.J. - Looking at what's in store for cruisers in 2012, here's a list of what is -- and what isn't -- likely to make waves in the next twelve months. Making Waves in 2012
Cunard's flagship Queen Mary 2, the Queen Elizabeth and some of the world's other biggest and most extravagant cruise ships set sail for Melbourne in early 2012.
Ongoing demand for cruise holidays is set to take annual passenger numbers to a record high of 20.3 million next year, according to a new trends forecast.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.