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Cruise Line Ports

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  • Disney Cruise Line branches out to Puerto Rico, Venice for 2014

    Disney Cruise Line branches out to Puerto Rico, Venice for 2014
    Disney Cruise Line announced its 2014 itineraries and the highlights include a return to Europe and Alaska and two new ports for departure -- Venice, Italy and San Juan, Puerto Rico.
  • La Cabana Beach & Racquet Club offers the perfect Aruba getaway

    La Cabana Beach & Racquet Club offers the perfect Aruba getaway
    In the midst of warm, blue Caribbean waters awaits an iconic vacation getaway at La Cabana Beach & Racquet Club in the capital city of Oranjestad on the island of Aruba. Breathtaking views of the sea with direct access to the beach, a spectacular pool,...

    Cruise Port Spotlight: Papeete, Tahiti

    Cruise Port Spotlight: Papeete, Tahiti
    Papeete, Tahiti’s capital and gateway to many South Pacific voyages, has a cosmopolitan French/Polynesian ambiance and many natural and cultural attractions. And chances are good that travelers who go to Papeete to embark on a cruise to the...

    Cruise Port Spotlight: Singapore

    Cruise Port Spotlight: Singapore
    A strict, independent city-state of five million that inhabit just 224 square miles, Singapore is known for its many rules and stiff penalties regarding littering, eating, drinking and smoking in public areas (the infamous ban on chewing gum in public...

    Cruise Port Spotlight: Civitavecchia in Rome, Italy

    Cruise Port Spotlight: Civitavecchia in Rome, Italy
    Rome, the “Eternal City,” as the saying goes, was not built in a day –and cannot be seen in a day—but often cruise passengers have only one day to enjoy it (unless they are fortunate that their voyage begins or ends in...