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Silver Wind to Mediterranean

This was one of the first Silver Wind cruises of the summer season and, with a full complement of 296 passengers on board, it was a sell out. Yet the amount of space per passenger on this ship was phenomenal. Six star rated and all inclusive, the Silver Wind could easily carry twice as many passengers as she does. All cabins are outside, with ...

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Monarch of the Seas to Bahamas

When she was new, Monarch of the Seas was the largest cruise ship in the world. As newer ships arrived in the RCCL fleet, she was eventually relegated to shorter cruises; first out of Los Angeles, and then eventually from Port Canaveral. Perceived negatives include the small inside and outside cabins. Like her two sister ships, Monarch was built ...

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Carnival Destiny to North America

When she made her debut in 1996, the Carnival Destiny was the largest cruise ship in the world, and the first ever to exceed 100,000 tons. So huge was she that her own crew referred to her as the 'Death Star' of the industry. She soon became a ship that was as successful as she was stupendous. With thousands of spacious balcony cabins, s ...

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Pacifica to Baltic and Fjords

Costa Pacifica is one of several large, floating resorts operated by the Italian company during the summer months. The ship was deigned on that same platform as many of the larger Carnival vessels operating out of the USA- even the cabin layout is exactly the same. She is a huge, resort style ship, created to offer fun for all age groups, but princ ...

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Journey to Europe

Azamara Journey is run on a very simple set of principles; offer the passengers fine, flawless food in settings of intimate, immaculate style and serenity, and then take them to a string of the most seductive destinations on the planet. The company then folds in a string of overnight stays in some of the stand out ports, to allow passengers to real ...

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Norwegian Sun to Europe

Debuting in 2001, Norwegian Sun was the first ship in the fleet purposely built for 'Freestyle Cruising', the company's singular, now much imitated prime selling point. With a variety of free and extra charge restaurants on board, the concept of Freestyle means allowing passengers to dine when, where, and with whom they choose. It has b ...

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Paul Gauguin to Hawaii

It's quite a slog to get to the Paul Gauguin in Tahiti, but the journey was ultimately well worth it. At just 19,000 tons and carrying a maximum of 330 passengers this small, fully inclusive boutique ship is by far the best way to see the beautiful islands of French Polynesia. With three fantastic, open seating restaurants, the Paul Gauguin ...

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Carnival Sensation to Bahamas

If you're looking for a ship that has all the bells and whistles you could want for a short cruise, combined with a good range of things to do for all the family, then the Carnival Sensation might be for you. Fold in round the clock dining, from comfort food right down to fillet steak and lobster, and a whole raft of different places to play ...

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Seven Seas Navigator to Bermuda

The smallest ship in the Regent fleet at 28,000 tons, Seven Seas Navigator is a compact, exquisite little jewel of a ship that offers all inclusive value- including all shore excursions- plus drinks and ultra fine dining, to a maximum of just 490 passengers, served by a highly trained, truly attentive crew. The size of the ship allowed her to ac ...

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Norwegian Gem to Transatlantic

Billed as the company's 'It Girl' when she entered service in 2007, Norwegian Gem was the last- and the flashiest- of the five ship 'Dawn' class, the first new class of ship specifically designed for the company's then brand new 'Freestyle Dining' concept. The brilliance of Freestyle is that it allows passengers t ...

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