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November/December 2017 Issue
On Sale November 14, 2017

FEATURES:

  • Ship Of The Month

    S.S. LEGACY

    UnCruise Adventures’ 88-passenger replica of a turn-of-the-20th-century coastal steamer has the ambience of a Victorian boutique hotel, complete with antique-style furnishings, fine hardwood veneers, tin ceilings, thick carpeting, excellent food and attentive service. The Pesky Barnacle Saloon, with a Western frontier decor, is a self-service whiskey bar offering more than a dozen bottles ready to pour. The in-depth review includes deck plans, cabin details, facts & figures, itineraries and prices, and more.
    By Laurel & Charles Doherty

  • Cruise of the Month

    CUBAN CULTURE UP-CLOSE

    International Expeditions’ sailing-ship adventure offers a people-to-people experience filled with immersive activities.
    By Cele & Lynn Seldon

  • Port of the Month

    TRINIDAD & TOBAGO

    Offering unspoiled nature and a dynamic culture, the dual-island nation is heralded as the “true Caribbean.”
    By Glen Petrie

  • Then & Now

    POOL TIME

    Used mainly for exercise on the early ocean liners, the swimming pool today is the hub of shipboard activity.
    By Allan E. Jordan

  • If You Only Have A Day In

    TANGIER, MOROCCO

    Perched on the northwest tip of Africa, this city on the Strait of Gibraltar provides a peek into Islamic culture.
    By Randy Mink

  • New Ship Review

    SEABOURN ENCORE

    The ultra-luxury line’s largest ship to date boasts fine dining and stunning interior decor.
    By Jason Leppert

  • Culinary Classrooms

    AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN AT SEA

    In a new collaboration with a popular TV cooking show, Holland America Line fuels the trend in food-centric cruising.
    By Lynn & Cele Seldon

  • Tropical Adventure

    ISLAND HOPPING IN THAILAND

    A laid-back, seven-night vacation on a Star Clippers tall ship in the Andaman Sea.
    By Heidi Sarna

  • Homeport Spotlight

    LONG BEACH

    Carnival Cruise Line adds a bigger ship and expands operations at its private cruise terminal.
    By M.T. Schwartzman

  • Cruise Views

    PEN VS. SMARTPHONE

    Writing in longhand on a spiral notepad to preserve trip memories has advantages over digital methods.
    By Valerie Sloane


  • Plus other full-color features, regular departments, more....