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Insta Q&A: Chinese Cruisine

There's cruising, and then there's Yangtze cruising. Today we're looking for readers who've made the journey on China's legendary river and who can help out a reader who's considering this cruise. Norma Eigles of Columbia writes: I would like to hear others' experiences on Yangtze River cruises. Does an upstream...

By Christina Talcott | January 14, 2009; 08:00 AM ET | Comments (0)

'World's Largest Cruise Night' Sale Packs Savings

If you're contemplating booking a cruise, mark Oct. 16 on your calendar. It's the World's Largest Cruise Night, a sales event sponsored by Cruise Lines International Association. (It goes on for 24 hours, but it's called cruise night because lots of agencies hold special evening events.) Last year, about 4,000...

By Carol Sottili | October 10, 2008; 07:36 AM ET | Comments (0)

Cruise News: Let Them Eat Cake!

Eva Gularte, her sister and her mother are none too happy about their cruise aboard the Norwegian Star, according to reports in the Miami Herald and Travel Weekly. The women claim in a lawsuit filed in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Monday that NCL failed to disclose to passengers that making reservations...

By Carol Sottili | May 1, 2008; 01:32 PM ET | Comments (0)

Sailing Into Controversy

Let's see. What are the three topics you're never supposed to bring up in casual conversation? Politics, religion and ... uh... I know, cruising! Yeah, those first two can ignite the occasional minor squabble, but if it's World War III you're in the mood for at the next cocktail party,...

By Scott Vogel | January 18, 2008; 08:04 AM ET | Comments (25)

 

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