Things to do from your stateroom balcony

Travel Tips

Things to do from your stateroom balconyJust a footstep outside your cabin is a “members only” tiny retreat. The private balcony ranges from 35 to 1,000 square feet of space. Ship balconies uses to be used to be just for the elite, but due to the demand and public outcry, ships are being built with more balconies and they are available to the masses at a reasonable price.

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Cruising with Diabetes

Travel Tips

Cruising with DiabetesThe delicious treats found on a cruise ship can be a nightmare for diabetics, but the good news is that cruise lines are getting the message from concerned cruisers and targeting a clientele that prefer and require a healthier eating choice. Many menu items now have less than 30% fat.

Carnival Cruises offer a low calorie meal option for lunch and dinner.

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Stay healthy and well during your cruise vacation


stay healthy during your cruise vacationIt is possible to become ill on vacation and nobody wants that, so below we have outlines a few easy tips on how to stay healthy during your cruise vacation. Of course, sometimes illness are unavoidable, but the risk can be reduced by staying hydrated, easing feelings of seasickness, jet lag and hangovers, so you can enjoy your cruising experience totally healthy and happy.

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Best Cruise Discounts

Cruise News

There was a time that booking a cruise vacation was simple, but with the industry growth and the many options and prices to choose from, it can now become a very overwhelming decision, especially when you want to find the best cruise discounts. Below there are some few tips that may help you to find the best cruise vacation deals for your budget.

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Best Fitness Cruises to Keep You in Shape

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Best Fitness Cruises to keep you in shape! There are some people hate to really get out of routine when they are away from home so I thought I would give a few hints and tips that will span different age groups so hopefully have covered many groups!

Let's face it though there are fitness buffs, health conscious travelers and people that love to dance would enjoy cruising, as a great cruise is not just for eating and lying in the sun

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Princess Cruise Line celebrates 50th anniversary


Princess Cruise Line celebrates 50th anniversaryPrincess Cruise Lines first launched in 1965 and their one ship (the Princess Patricia) made a maiden journey to Mexico. Now, 50 years later, the cruise has steadily grown to be the third largest passenger cruise line in the entire world.

They are known to take travelers to fascinating and amazing ports around the world. In addition to some new destinations, like Loreto and La Paz, you will be able to experience the same itinerary that the first cruise ship of this line experienced – Manzanilllo, Mazatlán and Puerto Vallarta.

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New Cruise Ships expected in 2015

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New Cruise Ships expected in 2015New Cruise Ships expected in 2015 - are you as excited as me when I hear about a new cruise ships coming to town. Its like a big build up and you know that it is coming and just can't wait to see what they have done. I suppose I am a little cruise groupy really!

The new year comes with exciting new cruising options, events and new ships to hit the open seas.

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Allure of the Seas – May 2015

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The Allure of the Seas is a cruise ship by Royal Caribbean and it hold 6,296 passengers as well as 2,384 members of the crew.

Starting in May of 2015, this majestic ship will be sailing from Barcelona Spain to major ports in Italy, France and Majorca.

This cruising experience is perfect for individuals who want to brag that they sailed on the largest ship in the entire world in addition to the nonstop nightlife and huge variety of dining and entrainment options.

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Best Ships for Cruisers with Disabilities

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Individuals with disabilities, who wish to take a cruise, think about things that other cruisers may never consider.  Even though all cruise ships should be compliant with ADA (American Disability Act), there is no standard that is set forth for cruise ships.  Thankfully, each individual cruise line wants to make a vacation on the high seas an enjoyable vacation for everyone, and they consider their disabled guests, and try to make accommodations easy and comfortable.

Royal Caribbean offers extra-large staterooms that easily allow for wheelchair mobility.  Other accommodations include: lifts at the pool, lower tables at the casino and wheelchair spaces for the movie theater.

In addition, this cruise line has interpreters for the hearing impaired, and also closed-captioned TV

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Cruise – Free Drinks


Cruise – Free DrinksBig ships are a great place to have a cocktail, or two, as you do not have to worry about driving to your next destination. The problem may arise when it’s time to sign your booze bill. Many cruises strive to create a relaxing atmosphere, and even someone whom only has an adult beverage, “once in a while”, may indulge in a few fancy frozen drinks while they soak up the sun, pool side. The fact that no cash exchanges hands makes it very easy to over indulge.

Today, we have a few tips to enjoy drinks for free, while onboard a luxury cruise liner.

If you are a regular “cruiser”, many ships (including the Holland America) appreciate past customers, and invite them to a special, complimentary champagne brunch. The Royal Caribbean will open the bar for regular repeat customers, as a

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