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45 travel features tagged “Cruises”

Cruise ports of call: The Mediterranean for couples

Amorous pilgrimages include Barcelona chocolates, Nice perfume, Jaffa jewelry, Dubrovnik in summer and Rome in winter.
Read more… 05 January 2012


Beyond the Headlines

Cruising toward conservation

Massive ships are fun and good for tourism at ports of call, but carry a heavy environmental price tag that is starting to be reduced.
Read more… 04 January 2012


Cruise ports of call: The North Atlantic coast for foodies

A gourmand’s itinerary that includes Halifax beer, Montreal poutine, a Quebec sugar shack and a Bar Harbor, Maine lobster crawl.
Read more… 04 January 2012


Cruise ports of call: Alaska for thrill seekers

The state of superlatives is the perfect place for adventurous cruisers, with scuba diving, kayaking, hiking, glacier hopping and scouting for grizzlies all on offer.
Read more… 03 January 2012


Cruise ports of call: Caribbean for beach lovers

The best and least crowded beaches in the Cayman Islands, Barbados, St Barts, Nassau and Ocho Rios, Jamaica.
Read more… 02 January 2012


Cruises to distant lands

Float away to some of the farthest corners of the earth and enjoy some of the world’s most spectacular natural scenery from the comfort of a boat.
02 January 2012


Tripping on the Northern Lights

A cruise along Norway’s coast hunts for the elusive and magical Aurora Borealis.
29 November 2011


World’s most beautiful ferry rides

From glowing sky scrapers along the coast of Hong Kong to cocktails garnished with iceberg cubes from the seas of Patagonia, these seriously cool waterway tours are not to be missed.
12 October 2011


Vintage sailing

Sail around the world and back in time with these photos of a favourite summer pastime.
02 September 2011


World's most scenic cruises

From coral reefs to calving glaciers, set sail for gorgeous views.
20 July 2011


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