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Carnival Cruise Lines
has earned its position as the “world’s most popular Cruise Line” by offering more of what customers desire in a vacation – a wide variety of on board choices, a fun relaxed atmosphere; and beautiful, exciting destinations.

Carnival appeals to a broad cross section of people from a variety of ages and backgrounds. They offer a wide variety of itineraries from 3 to 16 days. They have a supervised year round Camp Carnival Program for cruisers ages 2-15.

Destinations served include Alaska, Bahamas, Caribbean, Hawaii, Europe, New England & Canada.

Carnival is the only cruise line to offer the Vacation Guarantee. Check their website for details.

Since Carnival is a member of VIP (Vacation Interchange Privileges) you may qualify for certain special offers available to past guests if you have sailed on other member lines. These include Costa, Cunard, Princess, Holland America, Seabourn & Windstar

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Celebrity Cruise Lines
with it’s taste of luxury appeals to the savvy traveler. Celebrity tends to attract experienced cruisers who appreciate quality and desire a unique vacation experience. Their aim is to immerse you in the culture of your destinations.

In addition to expert led onboard discussions of indigenous art, music and history they offer Cruisetours and the new Celebrity XpeditionsTM.

Every Celebrity cruise, with its guest to staff ratio of 2 to 1, exotic Aqua Spa and world renowned chefs, pushes the on board experience to new heights. The readers of Conde Nast Traveler have consistently voted Celebrity Cruise Lines and their ships among the world’s best.

Destinations served include Alaska, Antarctica, Bahamas, Baltic/Russia, Bermuda, British Isles/Ireland, Central/South America, Transatlantic.

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Costa Cruise Lines
is Europe’s #1 Cruise Line. When you board your ship in Europe, you’ll embark on a truly international voyage. The sightseeing never stops as some of Europe’s most amazing scenery glides past your deck chair. Attend an Italian cooking class, curl up with a good book and enjoy cruising “Italian Style.”

No detail is overlooked in bringing you the style and hospitality of Italy. This attention to detail and international flavor extends to all of Costa’s itineraries. Cruise the Caribbean or Bermuda from Florida on one of their stunning ships including the new Costa Magica.

Destinations served include Bahamas, Bermuda, Baltic, Canary Islands, the Mediterranean and Transatlantic.

Since Costa is a member of VIP (Vacation Interchange Privileges) you may qualify for certain special offers available to past guests if you have sailed on other member lines. These include Carnival, Cunard, Princess, Holland America, Seabourn & Windstar

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Crystal Cruises
is the recipient of many of the travel industries highest awards, including World’s Best Cruise Line (every year since 1996) and Best Large Ship Line voted on by Conde Nast and Travel & Leisure readers.

They pride themselves on their elegantly appointed staterooms (more than half with private verandahs), an array of dining options and the only Caesars Palace at Sea Casino.

Year after year guests return for the incomparable service.

Destinations served include Africa, Amazon River, Alaska, Australia/New Zealand, Black Sea, Canary Islands, Far East/Orient, Hawaii, Mediterranean, South Pacific, Transatlantic, Transpacific and World Voyages.

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Cunard Lines
– if travel is meant to be savored and crossing the ocean a majestic experience only one name evokes that golden era – Cunard Line. They proudly continue the tradition begun in 1840. When they debuted the Queen Mary 2 in 2004 she was the longest, tallest, largest and most expensive cruise ship ever built. Maintaining the tradition of her Cunard and White Star Line QM2 offers regularly scheduled transatlantic service. Queen Elizabeth 2 continued the standard of British elegance until her retirement and the Queen Victoria  joined the fleet in 2007

Cunard caters to sophisticated, well seasoned travelers who enjoy the finer things in life. The classic liners attract guests who want to enjoy the legacy of luxury travel without sacrificing modern luxuries. Cunard guests are accustomed to the best of the best.

Destinations include Africa, Australia/New Zealand, Bermuda, Caribbean, East Coast, Far East/Orient, Hawaii, South Pacific/Tahiti, Transatlantic, Transpacific, World Voyages.

Since Cunard is a member of VIP (Vacation Interchange Privileges) you may qualify for certain special offers available to past guests if you have sailed on other member lines. These include Costa, Carnival, Princess, Holland America, Seabourn & Windstar.

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Disney Cruise Lines
was destined to be different. Disney Cruise Lines specifically designed its ships with areas and activities to appeal to the vacation needs of every family member. They offer a rotation dining experience where guests, servers and table mates move nightly.

Disney Cruise Lines offers land/sea packages that combine stays at the Walt Disney World Resorts. In the summer of 2005 they added departures from Los Angeles to the Mexican Riviera and added pre/post stays at the Disneyland Resort.

The entertainment, of course, features Disney musicals and family activities and they offers age specific programming for all of its guests.

Destinations include Bahamas, Caribbean, Mexico and they make special stops at Castaway Cay, their private Bahamian island.

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Holland America Line
delivers a classic cruise experience. Having been in business for more than 130 years Holland America defines premium cruising. They are noted for their spacious ships, sophisticated dining, gracious service, extensive activities and itineraries that touch the 7 continents.

Holland America Line features 13 five star ships with the Eurodam joining the fleet in 2008. Their itineraries range from 7 to 118 days in length – yet they manage to bring to the 7 – 10 day cruise the style and quality expected by the discriminating traveler.

Holland America has always appealed to a wide range of cruisers with their Club HAL for the younger set and dining options for all.

They have been honored as the “Best Overall Cruise Value” for 12 consecutive years by the World Ocean & Cruise Liners Society. Holland America Lines has one of the highest repeat factors in the cruise industry.

Their destinations include Africa, Amazon River, Alaska, Antarctica, Australia/New Zealand, Bahamas, Central America, Europe, Far East/Orient, Mexico, Panama Canal, Red Sea/Suez Canal, Scandinavia, South America, Transatlantic, World Voyages.

Since Holland America is a member of VIP (Vacation Interchange Privileges) you may qualify for certain special offers available to past guests if you have sailed on other member lines. These include Costa, Carnival, Cunard, Princess, Seabourn & Windstar.

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Norwegian Cruise Lines
is an innovator in the cruising industry. They introduced their Freestyle Cruising program, allowing customers complete flexibility in dining, attire, service and even gratuities. Open seating is offered in the main restaurants, there is a round the clock buffet and a variety of high end specialty restaurants.

NCL continues to lead the way with cruises “close to home.” They offer year round schedules from New York, Miami, Houston and Honolulu.

On July 4, 2004 NCL America made US maritime history as they launched Pride of Aloha, the first modern US flagged cruise ship in nearly 50 years. NCL offers cruisers more time in Hawaiian ports than any other line.

Destinations include Alaska, Bahamas, Bermuda, Cruises to Nowhere, Hawaii, Mediterranean, Mexico, Canada/New England, Panama Canal, Transatlantic.

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Oceania Cruises
is a distinctly different cruise line. Their three modern luxury ships each carry less than 700 passengers. Nearly 70% of their staterooms have private verandahs. The priority on an Oceania cruise is an extraordinary cruise that exceeds expectations.

Each ship offers open seating dining and the finest cuisine at sea, crafted by master chef Jacques Pepin. The country club atmosphere, where tuxedos are never necessary, and the outstanding personal service all combine for this once in a lifetime experience.

Destinations served Amazon River, Antarctica, Baltic/Russia, Black Sea, Caribbean, Central America, Mediterranean, Panama Canal, Scandinavia, Transatlantic.

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Princess Cruises
is a global cruise and tour company. In addition to its world wide destinations, Princess is known for its Alaska Cruise Tours. They own wilderness lodges plus a fleet of UltraDome Rail Cars that take passengers through Alaska.

Princess is also known for its Personal Choice Cruising program, a fleet wide dedication to providing cruisers with a wide variety of options with which to customize their vacations. There are choices of dining, entertainment and amenities.

Destinations include Alaska, Caribbean, Africa, Central America, Europe, Hawaii, Mediterranean, Mexico, Panama Canal, South America, Transatlantic, Transpacific.

Since Princess is a member of VIP (Vacation Interchange Privileges) you may qualify for certain special offers available to past guests if you have sailed on other member lines. These include Costa, Carnival, Cunard, Holland America, Seabourn & Windstar.

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Regent Seven Seas Cruises
offers an incomparable program of exploration and discovery to six continents, including Antarctica. Their luxury vessels are designed for guests numbering in the hundreds. The atmosphere is personal, individual, accommodating and upscale.

Regent offers the highest percentage of balconies, including two all suite, all balcony ships, in the industry. Open seating dining is offered in various restaurants.

Regent provides great value to the luxury cruiser with all gratuities, wine with dinner, soft drinks and juices included in the fare.

Destinations include Africa, Amazon River, Alaska, Australia/New Zealand, Bahamas, Bermuda, Hawaii, Mediterranean, Panama Canal, South America, South Pacific, Transatlantic, World Voyages.

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Royal Caribbean International
– Their motto: Deliver the Wow!

Their customers are active travelers looking for new experiences and a wide array of choices. This cruise line is known for their unusual on board activities such as their rock climbing wall and ice skating rinks. Their shore side activities are also unusual ranging from glacier trekking to hiking through the Mayan ruins.

Royal Caribbean tries to allow their guests to do more and see more than they imagined they would.

Destinations include Alaska, Bahamas, Bermuda, British Isles/Ireland, Canary Islands, Hawaii, Europe, Panama Canal, Scandinavia, Transatlantic.

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