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Carnival adds new program for kids

We all love cruises, but kids definitely need some additional activities. Carnival recently announced that they have partnered with Zumbini to get kids moving. Cruise Radio is reporting, “Created by Zumba and Baby First, Zumbini offers classes which combine music and movement in ways specifically designed to keep the toddler …

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An amazing Elvis tribute experience

I’ve sailed on a couple unique cruises, but I know that “Cruising with the King” will top them all! While it’s not a full-ship charter, “Cruising with the King” will provide you a unique Elvis Tribute experience including the costumes, dance moves and history of, “The King!” Go to http://www.cruisingwiththeking.com for all …

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Deceptive pricing misleads cruise passengers

A day doesn’t go by when a potential cruise customer tells me about a lower cruise fare they saw online than what I quoted them! Deceptive pricing on many websites misleads cruise passengers everyday. Customers don’t realize that the low-ball prices they see online are most likely for the tiniest …

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Cruise Tips for Hurricane Season

Hurricane season is quickly arriving, but recent news reports state this year may be milder than years past. According to FoxNews.com, “The pre-season forecast from Colorado State University’s Tropical Meteorology Project calls for 13 named storms, of which 5 are predicted to strengthen into hurricanes, with 2 becoming major storms …

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Have you booked your cabin on Cruising With The King?

Imagine an Elvis Tribute cruise with so much more! All the food, excitement and Elvis music, memories and history! Keep in mind this is not a full ship charter, but a unique Elvis experience. Click the link for all the details, so book today! http://www.cruisingwiththeking.com

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Unhappy cruise ship workers share their concerns

Every job had it’s ups and downs, but a few cruise ship workers shared concerns about their jobs to Business Insider. Speaking as a U.S. Navy veteran, I can tell you that I had no clue of the long hours I would be working while serving on my ships. As …

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Why you should follow Gary Vaynerchuk

Few people have influenced me more that social media giant Gary Vaynerchuk, and he’s so cool that he follows me on Twitter. Here’s Gary’s bio from his website: Gary Vaynerchuk’s Story: Gary and his family immigrated to the US from Belarus in 1978. He lived with 8 family members in …

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Crane falls on Oasis of the Seas

Cruise Fever is reporting on an incident involving the Oasis of the Seas (no April Fools joke!) “A crane fell on Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas while the cruise ship was in dry dock in the Bahamas earlier today. The cruise ship is in dry dock in Freeport this …

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