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July/August 2018
On Sale July 10, 2018

FEATURES:

  • Ship Of The Month

    DISNEY DREAM

    The third of Disney Cruise Line’s four ships blends the grace of early 20th-century ocean liners with contemporary design and unmistakable Disney touches. A haven for both kids and adults, the 2,500-passenger beauty offers three- and four-night Bahamas itineraries from Port Canaveral, Florida.
    By Georgina Cruz

  • Cruise of the Month

    SOUTHERN CARIBBEAN SEAFARER

    A tropical, Dutch-flavored escape with Holland America visits Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao, Grand Turk and Amber Cove.
    By Georgina Cruz

  • Port of the Month

    CARTAGENA, COLOMBIA

    The Queen of South America’s Caribbean Coast dazzles visitors with its massive fort, lively squares and fine beaches.
    By Cele & Lynn Seldon

  • If You Only Have A Day In

    PUERTO VALLARTA

    This Mexican Riviera favorite overflows with options, from water sports and beach relaxation to great shopping and dining.
    By Cele & Lynn Seldon

  • Tropical Getaway

    COSTA RICA AND PANAMA

    An exotic expedition on UnCruise Adventures’ 62-passenger Safari Voyager targets the active traveler.
    By Peter Knego

  • Then & Now

    PLACE YOUR BETS

    In a look back at gambling at sea, readers discover that glittering casinos weren’t always a fixture of shipboard entertainment.
    By Allan E. Jordan

  • A New Look At The

    SEVEN SEAS NAVIGATOR

    Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ 490-guest, all-suite ship sparkles after a multi-million-dollar refurbishment.
    By Peter Knego

  • 2018-2019 Fall/Winter

    CRUISE CALENDAR

    Readers can start daydreaming with this preview of sailings to the Caribbean, Bahamas and Mexican Riviera.

  • Homeport Spotlight

    FORT LAUDERDALE

    Port Everglades, one of the world’s busiest cruise hubs, hosts today’s largest and newest mega-ships.
    By M.T. Schwartzman

  • Cruise Views

    VIEWS OF A CHECK-IN AGENT

    A seasoned check-in agent describes the exhilaration and problems that passengers encounter on sailing day.
    By David Kriso


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