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9 travel features tagged “Cruises”

Cruising into Gold Rush country

The 88-passenger SS Legacy, a revamped replica steamer, propels travellers deep into Alaska, pairing the state’s history with its natural splendours.
Read more… 09 January 2014


Otherworldly Hawaii, for less

The Pride of America, the only cruise ship permitted to sail purely among the islands, costs less than a self-guided tour and delivers the same scenic wonders in impressive style.
Read more… 14 May 2013


Riverboats return to the Mississippi

After a four-year absence, there are now two paddle wheelers plying the muddy Mississippi River, taking visitors on a long, slow journey through US history.
Read more… 22 November 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


A starter guide to cruising in Alaska

In Alaska, a state that could take months, if not years to thoroughly explore, a cruise offers travellers the chance to see many of the top sights in one convenient package.
Read more… 26 May 2011


Keeping Disney magic afloat

After more than 80 years of entertainment, Walt Disney World and its cruise offerings are getting a major reboot.
Read more… 01 February 2011


Touring the Disney Dream

The Disney Dream, the newest addition to the 13-year-old Disney Cruise Line, mixes kid-friendly spaces with a Art Deco and Art Nouveau design.
01 February 2011


A ghostly visit on the RMS Queen Mary hotel

In the 75 years since its maiden voyage, a cruise ship twice the size of the Titanic has served in war and now as a floating hotel in Long Beach, California.
Read more… 17 January 2011


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