Passengers sailing on Cruise Wests seven-night “Gems of Costa Rica” cruise aboard the 100-passenger Pacific Explorer encounter exotic wildlife, white-sand beaches fringed with coconut palms, tropical rainforests, remote islands, mangrove lagoons and coral reefs teeming with colorful fish along 270 miles of Costa Ricas Pacific coastline. Saturday departures, round trip from the port of, Read More

Royal Caribbean International is offering cruisers two new ways to experience Bermuda in 2005. Bookings now are open on five-night Bermuda cruises aboard Voyager of the Seas from Cape Liberty Cruise Port in Bayonne, N.J., and five-night sailings on Grandeur of the Seas from Baltimore, M.D., available May through November 2005.

Royal Caribbean International and Celebrity Cruises today announced their Environmental Ship Of The Year awards, with Radiance of the Seas being honored by Royal Caribbean and Millennium being honored by Celebrity. The annual awards are designed to encourage the two brands long-standing commitment to environmental innovation and improvement. Competition for the awards assists the, Read More

Clipper Cruise Line’s four fall voyages aboard the 122-passenger Clipper Adventurer provide the perfect opportunity to discover the Central American isthmus, the beautiful islands of the southern Caribbean, and South America’s northeastern coast, including the Amazon River. Departing in September, October, and November, these adventures allow guests to discover firsthand the friendly people, historic, Read More

Every autumn, the forests of the Northeast blaze with vivid reds and golds, attracting the visually-oriented visitors that locals have dubbed “leaf-peepers.” While the colors are reason enough to plan a fall eastern seaboard cruise, the ultra luxury Seabourn Prides series of 7-day cruises between New York and Quebec offer an amazing variety of, Read More

Norwegian Coastal Voyage offers savings from $150 up to $650 for travelers on 19-day NCV Expedition Voyages to Antarctica and the Chilean fjords on the 464-berth MS Nordnorge. Single savings of $200 to $500 on new bookings for the November 3, December 1 and 29 departures can be combined with the AARP member discount, Read More

Kayaking through the Porcupine Islands. Biking the famous carriage trails of Acadia National Park. Walking the historic Freedom Trail and the legendary Brooklyn Bridge. Soaring high above the Bay of Fundy, Cape Split and Peggys Cove. These are but a few of the active and enriching Crystal Adventures that luxury line Crystal Cruises is, Read More

For a culturally dynamic experience highlighted by intriguing sites and the fascinating spirit of the Asia-Pacific region, Ritz Tours 15-day China Panorama adventure is ideal. The tour kicks off in Beijing, Chinas historical capital and home to the landmark Tiananmen Square, the ancient Forbidden City, the magnificent Temple of Heaven and the old Summer, Read More

In a convergence of name and theme, Carnival Cruise Lines’ newest ship, Carnival Valor, will feature an interior design that explores the subject of heroes and heroism. When the 110,000-ton “Fun Ship” debuts in Miami this December, it will sport public rooms that celebrate heroes real and imagined, as well as heroic eras and, Read More

Cunard Line has introduced a new catalogue promoting its 2005 itineraries aboard the celebrated new Queen Mary 2 and legendary Queen Elizabeth 2, the most famous ocean liners in the world. The extensive line-up features 64 departures, ranging in length from 3 to 102 days, including 26 transatlantic crossings from April to November.