The Oceania Vista Suites are 594 sq. ft. with oversized balcony and sleep up to 4 people. Butler privileges are one of many luxurious extras included. Sleeps 4.Read More
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Today Norwegian Cruise Lines newest ship the NORWEGIAN ESCAPE sets sail from Hamburg, Germany via Southampton, England on its maiden Atlantic crossing to Miami arriving on November 8th. Then on November 9th the ESCAPE will be officially christened by American rapper and recording star Pitbull in Miami. The 165,000-tons cruise ship can carry 4,250 passengers and will be based out of Miami. Here are some photos of her in Hamburg.
If you are looking for a quick getaway before Christmas and live in Southern Florida......this 5 day Royal Caribbean Cruise visits Jamaica and Haiti and starts at just $399 per person. Click on the cruisebase link for more details. http://cs.cruisebase.com/cs/forms/CruiseResultsPage.aspx?skin=95&sailings=340992&sno=2
The great Ocean Liners and Modern Cruise ships go into dry-dock every few years to update their systems, modernize equipment and to beautify and update interiors and exteriors. All to make sure their passengers have the ultimate experience while traveling on-board. Just like those great ships LaTeDa is in “dry-dock” until September 24th. Look forward to extensive and even some surprising changes and most definitely upgrades. No worries, Christopher is making sure that even with the modifications it will unmistakeably still be the LaTeDa everyone loves! Pictured is the famous QUEEN ELIZABETH 2 in dry-dock – sorry no pictures of LaTeDa until it's finished!
International Cruise Center agent; Daniel had the pleasure of saling aboard the American Queen Steamboat from St.Paul, MN to St. Loius, MO The largest steamboat ever built, the grand American Queen is a gracious and elegant triumph of American ingenuity. Although filled with today’s modern amenities, her rooms and accommodations display all the opulence of the American Victorian era. Glistening woodwork, fresh flowers and antiques adorn her interior spaces. Outside, lacy filigree evokes memories of the many stately riverboats that preceded her and so inspired her designers. While on board, you can select a volume from the vast collection in the Mark Twain Gallery, the boat’s library. Or enjoy a sing-along in the Main Deck Lounge, and then tap your toes to a lavish show in the two-deck-tall Grand Saloon, the most elegant showplace on the river. Combining the best of the old and the new, this beautiful lady of the river epitomizes the grace and grandeur that has made River Cruising a cherished American tradition for more than two centuries. One voyage and you’ll see why.
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52 (-ish) Reasons to Take a Cruise Cruising is one of the world’s most popular kinds of vacations, and there are some pretty good reasons for that – in fact, we managed to come up with about 50 of them. 1. It’s a traveling hotel. 2. Scratch that. It’s actually more like a floating, traveling, never-in-the-same-place-for-long city. 3. All-you-can-eat food! 4. Let me be clear: All. You. Can. Eat. And at any time of day or night on most major cruise lines. 5. They’re a great way of getting to isolated areas. 6. The value is seriously incredible. As a value test: take the per person rate for your cruise and divide it by the number of days. Then look at how much a comparable hotel and dining would cost for just one day. The cruise almost always comes out to be the better deal. 7. Cruise ships go to lots of places that would be hard to reach/navigate on your own. For instance, you might be nervous to travel to Istanbul or rural China on your own, but Rome and Beijing are easy to reach, and the cruise line can take over from there. 8. It’s not hard to find a port you can drive to, which means you don’t have to deal with the airlines. 9. If you do have to deal with the airlines, many cruise lines will give you air credit. 10. Cruising is incredibly safe. 11. Don’t feel like taking a tour today? That’s all right, just sit by the pool. 12. Don’t feel like sitting by the pool? That’s all right, just head for the movie theater, shopping, photo galleries, bingo, trivia, karaoke, or any of a dozen other onboard activities. 13. Some ships have ice skating rinks. Who doesn’t like ice skating? 14. Practically everything is paid for ahead of time. 15. Everything that isn’t paid for ahead of time is paid for using your room key – no need to carry cash! 16. Kids, you can get away from your parents and hang out with your friends all day! 17. Parents, you can get away from your kids and relax all day! 18. Spas. Big, beautiful spas. 19. Bars, and lots of ‘em. 20. You can find a cruise of any length. Weekend cruise to nowhere? Check. Week-long getaway? Check. 100+ night around-the-world sailing? Also check. 21. It’s a way more affordable family vacation than pretty much anywhere else. 22. There are fun ships for families, refined ships for lovers of luxury, and pretty much everything in between. 23. Cruise lines organize excursions so YOU don’t have to! 24. And those excursions? They can be anything. Whether it’s a tour of the port, a scuba diving trip, or a lecture on culture, history, art, or anything else under the sun. 25. If you don’t feel like taking the cruise ship excursions, though, you can always plan your own! 26. More and more ships have free Wi-Fi… 27. …but non-cruisers don’t necessarily know that, so if you’re looking to unplug all you need to say is, “Sorry, I’m at sea. It’s a total dead zone.” And then cackle maniacally, because you’ve fooled them all and now you don’t have to do any work on your vacation. 28. No luggage fees! 29. Seriously, none. Bring as many clothes as you want. 30. Small cabin? So what? Spend your time on one of the other decks doing something fun – your cabin is for changing and sleeping. 31. Big cabin? Awesome, enjoy having your own space on those rare occasions that everywhere else is busy (not that it happens often). 32. Formal nights. Because life doesn’t have enough excuses to get all dressed up and take pictures. 33. Not a fan of dressing up? That’s cool; there are almost always alternative options – like the buffet on the Lido deck, where flip-flops and shorts are de rigeur. 34. You get to meet new people from all over the country, if not the world. 35. Themed cruises. Are you a metal fan, a steampunk enthusiast, or can you just not get enough of NPR? There are theme cruises for almost every taste, whether it’s pop culture or intellectual lectures. 36. It’s actually not hard to stay in shape, even with all that food. Take the stairs instead of the elevator, or run a few laps around the deck as you gaze out at the water – or whatever exotic port you happen to be in. 37. Cruise lines have past-passenger programs, sort of like frequent-flyer programs on airlines. Cruise with a line more than once, and you can get great perks, like free drinks, private receptions, and, if you take a whole lot of cruises, some lines will even offer you a free cruise. 38. Room service is available 24/7. 39. If you’re on a river cruise, there’s always something new to look at. 40. You can actually lose track of what day it is. 41. Who hasn’t wanted to be a pirate and adventure on the high seas? The time is now; go for it! 42. Unless you’re on a completely new ship with a brand new itinerary, other people have taken the cruise before, and can give you a rating of their experience so you can decide if it’s the right trip for you. 43. New ships with new features come out almost every year, so there’s always something new for your vacation! 44. Like zip lines… 45. …climbing walls… 46. …batting cages… 47. …production studios… 48. …merry-go-rounds… 49. …surf machines… 50. …indoor skydiving… 51. …and just about everything else you could ever want! 52. More than 16 million people cruise every year – and all of those people can’t be wrong.
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For the first time, Cunard’s fleet gathered together today in spectacular fashion in Liverpool, its spiritual home, as Cunard Line marked its 175th anniversary. The event culminated with the three ships - flagship QUEEN MARY 2, QUEEN ELIZABETH and QUEEN VICTORIA - the largest passenger ships ever to muster together on the River Mersey, lined up across the river just 426 feet apart as the Red Arrows performed a fly-past overhead to the delight of the hundreds of thousands of spectators. Here are some photos of this memorable day supplied by Cunard Line and by our good friend and maritime historian Bill Miller who was aboard the QUEEN ELIZABETH.
You deserve a European break this summer www.cruisesfrom.com 800 921-0458 7-Day Western Mediterranean from beautiful Barcelona – Norwegian EPIC starting at $599.00 pp! Choose from amazing onboard perks including - Dining Credits -Pre-paid service charges -On board credits From the spires of Gaudi’s grand cathedral to ancient libraries and colosseums, this part of the world is a treat for the senses. And the best way to explore is aboard the Norwegian Epic. You’ll treasure stops in picturesque ports like Cannes and Majorca. And enjoy your time at sea with one-of-a-kind entertainment and dining. Awarded Best Cruise Ship Entertainment - Frommer's
CUNARD QUEEN VICTORIA in Charleston on Thursday posted by one of the International Cruise Center's happy passengers!
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While most of the grand cruising fleet goes to Europe in the summer to play, the two most exhilarating and largest Cruise Ships stay at home in South Florida and are offering amazing summer fares! Let the International Cruise Center make sure you get to experience the thrill of OASIS of the SEAS & ALLURE of the SEAS this summer. www.cruisesfrom.com (800) 921-0458
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50 years ago today a state-of-the-art ship was on her maiden voyage many of her innovative features are staples on the modern cruise ships of today, however her grace, beauty and sleek nautical lines have always remained a unique quality of “the Ship of Tomorrow” The beautiful SS OCEANIC. How many of you have the OCEANIC in your cruising past?
The Beautiful port of San Diego! Whether you find yourself in the port of San Diego as a port of embarkation or a port of call during your cruise you’ll find The Port of San Diego’s waterfront parks, restaurants, panoramic views, museums, quint neighborhoods and walking paths picture perfect! However you spend your time in The Port of san Diego, you're sure to find San Diego Bay has something special in store for you.