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Norwegian Cruise Line's Newest Vessel: Pride Of Hawaii

The newest, and grandest, Norwegian Cruise Line ship is now in service! The Pride of Hawaii completes Norwegian's plans to bring three new vessels to its fleet by 2006. With fabulous seven-day itineraries that sail throughout the Hawaiian islands, Pride of Hawaii will depart Honolulu on Mondays and call on ports on Hawaii's four most popular islands: Hawaii, Oahu, Maui & Kauai. Cruise in Style What would a grand, new ship be without sterling accommodations? Norwegian Cruise Line opted to re........ Read More

Cruise Ship Reviews On The New 2006 Cruise Line Offerings

Are you fond of cruise traveling? If you are an admirer of the elegant and sleek cruise ships, well the year 2006 have its new collection of cruise ships. Most probably, if you go on a cruise travel you will meet up with six new additions of cruise ships to satisfy your cruise trip for the year 2006 If you think this is a kind cruise ship reviews, then think again! We are only giving you the benefit of advanced knowledge for your plans of cruise travel for the year. Well, what are you ........ Read More

Brooklyn, New York Opens Its First Cruise Ship Port

© 2006, All Rights Reserved In 2003, New York announced the grand opening of a new alternative port for cruise lines. Because ports in Florida were becoming more and more crowded, additional docking facilities in interesting cities on the Eastern Seaboard were needed to provide cruise lines with a new home port. The port has been wildly popular. So much so that another has been added in nearby Brooklyn. The Red Hook terminal in a neighborhood in Brooklyn opened in April 2006 and welcomed ........ Read More

Panama Gets A New Cruise Port In Colon

Introduction - Today it was announced that Panama is opening a new cruise ship port and terminal in Colon on the Atlantic side. The port will open in Dec. 2008. At the present time there is a cruise terminal in Colon to receive ships for a day stop only. Ships generally not passing through the canal will stop at Colon disembarking passengers for tours, shopping trips etc. The ships will generally pull in during the morning and leave at dinnertime. Colon is the second largest duty free zone in th........ Read More

Keeping Up With Cruise News

Cruising from the States – While Miami and Fort Lauderdale are the main ports for Caribbean cruises, it is worth remembering that cruises also operate from New Orleans. Norwegian Cruise Line has two ships based in New Orleans that make cruises to Mexico and the Caribbean. To reach New Orleans, you need to fly via another US hub, but there are plenty of flights available with Delta, American Airlines and Continental. The cruise terminal in New Orleans is a great deal quieter than those in Fl........ Read More


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