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March/April 2017 Issue
On Sale March 14, 2017

FEATURES:

  • Ship Of The Month

    VIKING SEA

    A new entry in the premium cruise market, Viking Ocean Cruises’ 930-passenger Viking Sea is a masterpiece of Scandinavian design. Introduced in 2016 as the second in what will be a fleet of six sister ships, she is a welcome alternative to the bigger-is-better trend in the world of cruising. An in-depth review includes deck plans, cabin details, facts & figures, itineraries and prices, and more.
    By Peter Knego

  • Port of the Month

    SKAGWAY, ALASKA

    Gold rush history and natural splendor enrich a visit to the gateway to the Klondike.
    By Glen Petrie

  • Cruise of the Month

    MEXICAN RIVIERA

    Shore tours offered by Holland America’s Westerdam feature popular resort areas and inland colonial towns.
    By Jason Leppert

  • Cruise Roundup

    ALASKA 2017

    America’s Last Frontier is once again the hottest ticket in cool-climate cruising.
    By M.T. Schwartzman

  • Cruising Then & Now

    GYMS AND FITNESS AT SEA

    A revealing look at how shipboard exercise facilities have evolved over the years.
    By Allan E. Jordan

  • Private Port Profile

    HARVEST CAYE

    A new cruise-line-created destination captures the tropical beauty of Belize.
    By Anne Kalosh

  • If You Only Have a Day In

    TOULON, FRANCE

    Cruise visitors enjoy shopping, basking on the beach, and sampling Provencal cuisine in this Mediterranean port.
    By Cele & Lynn Seldon

  • Introducing the

    CHICHAGOF DREAM

    Locals share slices of Alaskan life on a close-to-nature adventure from Juneau to Sitka.
    By Ginger Dingus

  • Homeport Spotlight

    SEATTLE

    The Emerald City offers the biggest ships sailing on the West Coast, with most bound for Alaska.
    By M.T. Schwartzman

  • Cruise Views

    CELEBRITY CHEF CUISINE

    The Grill by Thomas Keller elevates the fine dining experience aboard Seabourn ships.
    By Jason Leppert

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