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  • Internet Only Cruise Specials - See the latest internet only cruise specials on dozens of sailings from Carnival, Celebrity, Costa, Crystal, Disney, Norwegian, Regent Seven Seas, Royal Caribbean, Regal, and Royal Olympic with savings up to 55%.

Popular Cruise Lines

  • Carnival Cruise Lines - Carnival Cruise Lines is the largest and most popular cruise line in the world, with 18 "Fun Ships" operating voyages from three to 16 days in length to the Bahamas, Caribbean, Mexican Riviera, Alaska, Hawaii and the Panama Canal.

  • Celebrity Cruises, Inc. - At Celebrity Cruises, the objective is a simple one: present an incomparable cruise experience aboard ships of uncompromising style and sophistication. That is why Celebrity has enlisted the talents of world-renowned ship architects and designers to create a truly extraordinary fleet. Every ship reflects Celebrity?s meticulous attention to detail, yet each vessel has its own distinctive style, with its own uniquely inviting public rooms and social spaces.

  • Costa Cruise Lines - Costa Cruises enjoys the reputation of being Europe?s number one cruise line. Costa?s fleet sails Eastern and Western Caribbean, Mediterranean, Northern Europe, South America, Baltic and Russia, and transatlantic itineraries. The ships run the gamut from the intimate to the super-luxurious.

  • Crystal Cruises - Imagine that a floating luxury resort, filled with everything you ever could desire, is waiting to carry you on the journey of your dreams. Crystal Cruises, takes pride in navigating that magical highway of the sea, transporting you to the best the world has to offer.

  • Disney Cruise Line - Whether you're honeymooning or on a romantic getaway, with Disney Cruise Line, you're off in a sophisticated world all your own cruising to the Port of Nassau in The Bahamas...a prelude to Castaway Cay, Disney's pristine private island escape. Welcome to a world where fantasy comes to life, aboard the Disney Magic and the Disney Wonder, spectacular ships that float on fun.

  • Holland America Line - For the seventh year in a row, Holland America Line has been voted "best overall cruise value" by the World Ocean and Cruise Liner Society, the experienced travelers who know cruising best. Service, ambience, cuisine, personal attention - only Holland America offers you such consistent quality and more "five-star" ships than any other major cruise line. Holland America Line offers a five-star resort in 253 ports and scenic cruising areas throughout the world: Alaska, Canada, Caribbean, Europe, Hawaii, Panama Canal, Orient, South America, South Pacific, World Voyages.

  • Mediterranean Shipping Company's MSC Cruises - Mediterranean Shipping Company's MSC Cruises offers Europeans an inexpensive cruise vacation. The cruiseline has vlue priced refurbished classic ships in addition to some 4-star newbuilds. Cruise service is very European with activities and on-board entertainment geared to European travelers. Itineraries focus on the Mediterranean with ports of call in Italy, Greece, Malta, Canary Islands, Croatia, Finland, Portugal, Morocco, Norway, Sweden, Spain, Istanbul, and the Ukraine. Additional services in the Caribbean, South Africa, and South America were added more recently.

  • Norwegian Cruise Line - Norwegian Cruise Line takes thousands of passengers on hundreds of cruises every year. Yet they believe each experience is personal. Each guest individual. Each voyage unique. Their 10 ships are mid-sized, not mega. Big on choices, not on lines. And big on space, too with larger-than-average staterooms and acres of sun-washed decks. You?ll find more places to discover. More room to roam. More places to lose yourself.

  • Princess Cruises - Princess is one of the most, if not the most recognized cruise line in the world. Who can forget Issac the bartender, right? Princess offers more than just big ships, but spacious and accommodating ships packed with amenities. You'll find more affordable staterooms that have private balconies. And dining aboard a Princess ship provides you with 24 hour alternative dining with around-the-clock restaurants and room service.

  • Royal Caribbean, Ltd. - Stretched out on a brilliant white beach, surrounded by turquoise waters and swaying palm trees. Because in your imagination, you fast forward past the hassles of arrangements and phone calls, packing and unpacking, straight to the good stuff - the vacation. Which just happens to be exactly the way you travel with Royal Caribbean. The things you don't want to be bothered with, we are taken care of. Like a beautiful place to stay on every island. Private islands. Fabulous restaurants. Dramatic nightlife.

Exclusive Cruise Lines

  • Cunard Line Ltd. - For 158 years, Cunard has worked to make the art of cruising indistinguishable from the art of living well. Aboard five-star vessels, and in unique adventures ashore, they blend music and painting with cuisine and conversation, invigorating walks with reading and relaxation, explorations of historic landmarks with the spectacle and purity of nature. This is the Cunard legacy: timeless elegance, incomparable service, intriguing destinations and, quite simply, a more cultured experience. The classical grace of Vistafjord. The refined sanctuary that is Royal Viking Sun. The romance and spontaneity of Sea Goddess I and II. And the legendary jewel in the crown: Queen Elizabeth 2. Wherever in the world your imagination leads you, they have a ship that can take you there. Each has its own unique spirit and personality, but all share the legacy of a name that epitomizes luxury: Cunard.

  • Oceania - One of the newest luxury cruise lines. Caring and professionally trained European staff anticipates your every whim, your every desire. With a cadre of more than one staff member for each stateroom, you can be assured of exceptional service throughout your voyage. Aboard Regatta, Nautica, and Insignia, you will be surrounded by elegance and a level of sophistication reminiscent of an upscale, private country club - yours to enjoy in a relaxed, comfortable and unpretentious manner that is never stuffy and void of formality. Enjoy the good life on your terms, leave the tuxedos and evening gowns at home and have a great time. Your World. Your Way.

  • Paul Gauguin - The deluxe 320-guest Paul Gauguin is specially designed for cruising the islands of Tahiti and French Polynesia. Sailing on 7-night voyages from Papeete, Tahiti, the Paul Gauguin visits the islands of Tahiti, Raiatea, Tahaa, Bora Bora, Moorea and Regent's own private South Seas paradise, Motu Mahana. A retractable watersports platform offers waterskiing, kayaking, and windsurfing, while a comprehensive shore excursion program brings exciting choices in each port, catering to all lifestyles.

  • Regent Seven Seas Cruises - Regent Seven Seas Cruises offers supreme comfort on a line that consistently garners six-star ratings. Experience yacht-like intimacy and deluxe oceanview staterooms and suites, including many with balconies. Luxury goes exploring while gracefully defining every detail, including complimentary wines, Judith Jackson spas, a Le Cordon Bleu restaurant. Offers some of the most luxurious adventure cruise ships in the world.

  • Seabourn Cruise Line - Seabourn Cruise Line is the world?s most celebrated cruise line. In the decade since its founding, the line?s three all-suite ships have consistently ranked among the very best vacation experiences in surveys, polls and the annual honors lists of international guidebooks and travel critics. Each of Seabourn?s three ships: the Seabourn Pride, Seabourn Spirit and Seabourn Legend, feature just 100 luxurious suites with expansive picture windows overlooking the sea. An unprecedented ratio of European-trained staff to guests assures the most attentive, professional service. The maneuverability of the three sister-ships and the limited number of guests allows you to explore the most exotic and unspoiled ports around the world. And a unique, fold-out Marina provides private access to swimming and watersports. Seabourn?s itineraries, circle the globe, providing exceptional travel experiences in Asia, the Americas, Europe and Scandinavia, the Mediterranean, Africa, India and the Red Sea. These are complemented by included and optional land extensions, exclusive custom-designed shore excursions and renowned guest lecturers and personalities.

  • Silversea Cruises - Silversea?s all-inclusive ultra-luxury vacations appeal to discriminating travelers accustomed to plush accommodations and attentive, individual service. The line?s luxurious vessels carry only 296 pampered guests in true splendor with one of the highest passenger space ratios of any ship at sea. In September 2000 a third vessel, slightly larger and accommodating 384 guests, will join Silversea?s fleet, to be followed by an identical sister in 2001. Sister ships Silver Cloud and Silver Wind feature far-reaching and imaginative itineraries to the Mediterranean, Northern Europe and the Baltic, Africa and the exotic spice islands, India and the Red Sea, the South Pacific, including Australia and New Zealand, the Far East, South America, the Mexican Riviera, and the dramatic coastline of Canada and New England.

  • Windstar Cruises - An award-winning line, Windstar?s four sail cruise ships ply uncommon, small-ship destinations, including Costa Rica, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Panama Canal, Virgin Islands, Greek and Turkish Isles, French and Italian Rivieras, Italy?s Amalfi coast, and the Windward Islands from Barbados.