American Cruise Lines — Luxury Cruises in the USA

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American Cruise Lines
provides an exceptional river cruise vacation along the storied rivers of the United States. Whether you have traveled the world and now desire a unique vacation experience or simply prefer to stay close to home, you are in for a treat. Continue reading

Dream Golf Vacations’ – Exclusive and Unique Golf Packages in Scotland and Ireland


Fore!  Take advantage of exceptional deals on fabulous and customized Dream Golf Vacations. Enjoy adventure and excitement as you travel to stunning destinations including Scotland and Ireland. A highlight will be playing at some of the world’s top courses, including the oldest and most iconic “Home of Golf,” St. Andrews. Continue reading

Top Reasons to Take a Canada & New England Cruise

Portland Head Lighthouse in MaineJourney along the Atlantic Coast on an exciting Canada and New England cruise. Visit delightful places which may include Boston, Massachusetts; Bar Harbor, Maine; Halifax, Nova Scotia; Newport, Rhode Island; Saint John, New Brunswick, Québec City and Montreal, Canada. Smaller ships may also call at Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket, the famous tiny islands just off of Cape Cod.   Continue reading

Get to Know Celestyal Cruises

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Highlights

  • Only cruise line to sail roundtrip from Athens
  • Overnights in Mykonos and Santorini

Celestyal Cruises offers a delightful vacation through the breathtaking Greek Islands. From the moment you step aboard you will be indulged by warmth and hospitality. Visitors to this magnificent part of the world will discover many treasures among these spectacular islands. Throughout your journey you will receive award-winning service on delightful mid-sized ships enabling you to completely relax. Continue reading

A Luxury World Cruise on Viking Sun

See the world on a cruiseBe part of nautical history on the Ultimate World Cruise offered by Viking Ocean Cruises.  Embark on an incredible journey to six continents, 59 countries, 113 ports with 22 port overnights on the luxurious and elegant Viking Sun. If exploring some of the world’s most iconic places is a priority, you will be able to check many of them off your bucket list on this cruise vacation.  Continue reading

Cruise Line Private Islands

ncl_HarvestCaye_Pool_0945Everyone in the family will love the over-the-top experiences available on some Caribbean cruises and Bahamas sailings  – an eventful stop at one of the private islands owned by the cruise line. Visits to these exclusive destinations, referred to as a caye or cay (pronounced “key”), typically begin when the ship docks in the morning so you can stay until late in the afternoon and enjoy an array of fun activities. Continue reading

Alaska Cruise Excursions and Tours

Beautiful AlaskaExcitement and adventure are a big part of an Alaska cruise as you journey to one of the most beautiful regions in the world. With so much to do and see in the 49th state, it may be difficult to decide what to do first. America’s last frontier offers seemingly endless opportunities for you to enjoy a myriad of fascinating experiences. Below is a Top 10 Alaska activities list and will help you find what best suits your interests and will keep everyone in the family happy.

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Tulip River Cruises – Springtime Fantasy Vacation

Keukenhof GardensWelcome spring by taking an unforgettable tulip river cruise in Europe. This magical experience will take you to some of the world’s most picturesque places from the comfort of a beautiful and intimate river cruise ship. Breathtaking views greet you along the fabled rivers and canals of the Netherlands and Belgium. Explore this history-rich region of Europe as you visit famous cities and quaint villages. Tulip cruises are typically offered between late March and early May with voyages from seven to nine days. These itineraries include such storied destinations as Amsterdam Hoorn, Arnhem, Kinderdijk, Middleburg, Rotterdam and Veere. Explore fascinating medieval cities, including Antwerp, Bruges and Ghent.

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