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It's only a matter of taking your first cruise and you'll be hooked for life. Cruising is the ultimate stress free vacation. Exotic Destinations, fantastic weather,great food, and fun for all ages are just a few of the factors that make cruising the fastest growing segment of the travel industry.
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Featured Cruise Line: Azamara Cruises
Azamara Cruises was introduced to the US market in 2007 by Royal Caribbean International & Celebrity Cruises as a separate "Deluxe" brand of cruising. The Azamara brand is different from Royal Caribbean and Celebrity Cruise sister companies in many ways. This "Deluxe" niche designation puts the cruise experience above the "Premium" niche where Celebrity is and puts this brand in competition with Oceania and Crystal. The Azamara Cruise experience is focused upon the destination, rather than the vessel, and clients find that the brand offers a shipboard experience where attentive personal service is offered in a country club casual atmosphere. The Azamara fleet consists of 2 very popular former Renaissance Cruise Line Vessels. These modern mid-size ships host 698 guests, offer a wide variety of dining options and have been radically refurbished to have their own distinct upscale look. Azamara Journey and Azamara Quest cruise in Europe, South America and the Caribbean. Azamara voyages tend to be longer in length and the itineraries often include overnight stays in popular ports of call. more
Featured Ship: Freedom of the Seas
Freedom of the Seas is the flagship of the Freedom class of ships and is owned by the Royal Caribbean International. Freedom's maiden voyage was in June 2006, and Freedom was built in the STX Europe - Aker shipyard in Turku, Finland. At 158,000 gross tons, this ship hosts 3634 guests and 1360 crew. The ship's Royal Promenade has shops and eateries on each side, and many interior staterooms have windows offering a view of the Royal Promenade. The Royal Promenade has, a coffee shop, Sorrento's Pizzeria, a Ben and Jerry's ice-cream shop, Vintage's winery, the Bull and Bear Irish pub, and several Duty-free stores. The ship has an interactive water park, a dedicated adult pool and a main pool. The 13th deck has a sports area with a rock climbing wall, a FlowRider surfing pool as well as a miniature golf course and a full size basketball court. Other items include an ice skating rink, a casino, a Johnny Rockets restaurant and there is Wi-Fi connectivity throughout the ship. more
Featured Destination: Bahamas
For kids and teens, Disney's Private Island, Castaway Cay, is Never, Never Land. For adults, it's Shangri-La. As you step off the ship directly into paradise at Disney's Castaway Cay, you'll know you've arrived in a magical place. Spacious and uncrowded, Castaway Cay exists for the exclusive use of Disney passengers. The ship docks right at the island allowing you to walk directly ashore into an oasis of fun and relaxation. Enjoy clear, turquoise waters or your choice of separate white-sand beaches for families and kids, and Serenity Bay, a secluded beach for adults. This 1,000-acre Bahamian island offers sports activities including swimming, biking, volleyball, and tetherball. Children, teens, families, and adults can enjoy events designed just for them, as well as challenge each other in wacky games and competitions. Let Disney Cruise Line pamper you in rare style in one of their open-air massage cabanas. Or enjoy a Bahamian barbecue, or kick back with your favorite cocktail. In true Disney fashion, this day-long island experience is one you'll never forget. more