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10 Best Luxury Cruise Ships »

Seven Seas Mariner was a rulebreaker when it first launched in 2001. It was the industry’s first all-suite, all-balcony ship.

Site Study Looks at Cruises for MICE Market »

By: Jena Tesse Fox Late last year, the Site International Foundation, in cooperation with Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) released the results of its latest Site Index study,Focus on Cruises for Incentive Travel. The study looked at the use of cruises as an incentive travel tool, and assessed where cruises fit into the incentive travel industry of the future. […]

Regent Seven Seas Upgrade »

CruiseMates by Paul Motter Regent Seven Seas Cruises announced today that Seven Seas Voyager has emerged from her scheduled dry-dock with a dramatic, breathtaking  new interior decor and refreshed exterior decks. The all-balcony, all-suite 700-guest capacity vessel unveiled her new look on October 23 when she set sail on a 10-night cruise from Rome to Venice. Radiating a […]

Silversea Offers Australian Open Tour Package | Travel Agent Central »

Silversea Offers Australian Open Tour Package | Travel Agent Central.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises Orders New Luxury Cruise Ship – BWWTravelWorld »

Regent Seven Seas Cruises Orders New Luxury Cruise Ship – BWWTravelWorld.

Avid Cruiser & Son Cruising Crystal Serenity, Fit For A Teen? »

The Avid Cruiser with Ralph Grizzle (Ralph Grizzle) My son and I leave Western North Carolina and our mountain bikes behind to travel to Turkey, where we will board the Crystal Serenity for a 12-day cruise from Istanbul to Monte Carlo. The journey doesn’t finish there for us, so stay tuned, as we spend […]

Deduction for cruise runs into rough seas »

By KEN MILIANI & CLAUDE RENSHAW My wife, who is a licensed massage therapist, is considering signing up for an Alaskan cruise that features massage therapist training as part of its deal. If she attends the onboard training sessions, she can get a year’s worth of “Continuing Education Units” and thus maintain her certification. The […]

Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ Suites voted among the best at sea »

The luxurious suites onboard the entire three-ship fleet of  Regent Seven Seas Cruises have been voted the best at sea in the first Cruise Critic Cruisers’ Choice Awards. The ultra-luxury line’s Seven Seas Voyager and Seven Seas Mariner took first and second place in the “Best Cabins, Small Ship” category; Seven Seas Navigator earned seventh […]

The Truth About Airline Fuel Surcharges »

Ed Perkins on Travel by Ed Perkins, SmarterTravel Staff I’ve seen all too many travel writers—who should know better—whining about the fuel surcharge horror. Have you heard something like this? “Fares are really high to Asia and Europe this year, plus you have to add around $400 in a fuel surcharge.” If you have, then […]

Think You Know Cruising? Better Think Again »

By Paul Motter  Cruise travel may be the most generally misunderstood vacation experience – especially by those who have never taken a cruise. But even if you have taken a cruise, if it wasn’t a recent voyage then things have probably changed more than you’d expect. If you haven’t tried a cruise yet, it […]