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May/June 2017 Issue
On Sale May 9, 2017

FEATURES:

  • Ship Of The Month

    RIVIERA

    Oceania Cruises’ 1,250-passenger Riviera, the line’s newest-built vessel, appeals to the seasoned traveler with upscale comforts, top-notch dining and an overall sense of style. With Master Chef Jacques Pepin as Oceania’s executive culinary director, the quality of the restaurants is not surprising. An in-depth review includes deck plans, cabin details, facts & figures, itineraries and prices, and more.
    By Jason Leppert

  • Port of the Month

    HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA

    Explore three centuries of maritime history in this scenic, fun-filled and friendly Canadian city.
    By Glen Petrie

  • Cruise of the Month

    SPANISH SERENADE

    Following the Iberian coast from Barcelona to Lisbon on a week-long Windstar Cruises journey.
    By Andrew Maclear

  • Cruise Concept

    CARNIVAL LIVE

    Carnival Cruise Line brings big-name music and comedy acts to its shipboard showrooms.
    By Cele & Lynn Seldon

  • Cruise Memories

    CRYSTAL CHRONOLOGY

    A fan of Crystal Cruises since childhood reminisces and looks ahead with anticipation as the luxury brand evolves.
    By Jason Leppert

  • Cruise Pioneer

    ROYAL VIKING LINE

    Founded by Norwegian ship owners, this forward-looking company set the standard for luxury cruising.
    By Allan E. Jordan

  • Port Guide

    LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND

    Nostalgia-minded travelers immerse themselves in Beatlemania while communing with the city’s maritime past.
    By Randy Mink

  • If You Only Have a Day In

    HERAKLION, GREECE

    Layers of history intrigue visitors to the main city on the Aegean island of Crete.
    By Cele & Lynn Seldon

  • A New Look At The

    DISNEY WONDER

    After a recent refit, the second of Disney Cruise Line’s four ships boasts magical new spaces and programs.
    By Georgina Cruz

  • Homeport Spotlight

    TAMPA

    Florida’s Gulf Coast gateway eyes the emerging Cuba market and plans long-term development.
    By M.T. Schwartzman

  • Cruise Views

    FUEL OF THE FUTURE

    Cruise ships are switching from traditional diesel fuel to liquefied natural gas (LNG).
    By M.T. Schwartzman


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