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Halong Bay and Laos – Heavenly Abode!

Of all the vacationing options available to choose from, there is nothing that can beat the fun and joy that Halong Bay has to offer. Declared as World Heritage by UNESCO, this one of the Seven Wonder...More...

Norwegian Cruises Departing From Boston, MA

Board a cruise ship and sail off to the world.cruise ship image by Nick Wade from Fotolia.comCruisers in the Boston, Massachusetts, area head to the Black Falcon Cruise Terminal to catch ships sailing into the Atlantic Ocean. Norwegian Cruise Line is 1 of 3 "home" cruise companies that......More...

Mediterranean Cruise Deals - Making Your Vacation Affordable

If there is any reason why you should look into Mediterranean cruise deals, it is because these holidays are the ones that you will never forget. Can you imagine going on a holiday that is filled with fun and adventure? This is the kind of holiday that is promised to you by all sorts of Mediterranea...More...

How Safe Are Balconies on Cruise Ships? - Better Watch Out

How safe are balconies on cruise ships? If you're traveling with your children, it's very important to get a solid answer to this question. I'll show you a way on how you can outsmart cruise lines but first let's take a look at some of the things you need to consider when it come...More...

The History Of Power Catamarans

The history of catamarans is very old. Catamaran is exclusively known as twin hulled vessel. In 16th century, vessels made up of two or three wooden logs tied together to make a shallow arc. Then in 1662 William petty took an initiative to design a catamaran to sail faster...More...

Norfolk Cruises - Cruisings Undiscovered Gem

You probably associate Norfolk cruises with a 4-year enlistment. But Royal Caribbean and Carnival Cruise Lines offer cruises out of Norfolk for a much shorter term - and you don't have to lift a finger while you're on board! ...More...

Sights Seen on a River Nile Cruise

The Nile River is over 4,000 miles long and runs through nine African countries. Ancient Egyptians depended on its annual flooding to bring in silt, which made farmland fertile. Many communities grew around the Nile....More...