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Solving the cruise connectivity conundrum

Passengership.info has an interesting article (geek alert!) about improving connectivity at sea. “This year, the cruise industry entered into a new golden age, with passenger numbers soaring to unprecedented highs and records being set in multiple arenas including passenger capacity and number of newbuilds. The rapid growth of the industry …

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A cruise that lasts 245 days. I’m in!

USA Today has a great story about a cruise that lasts almost a whole year! “Fast-growing Viking on Tuesday unveiled plans for an around-the-world sailing lasting 245 days — a new record for a continuous world voyage, according the line. Kicking off in London on Aug. 31, 2019, the trip …

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For all you dog lovers!

A good friend of mine has a website for those folks who love their dogs! Everything from shoes to backpacks and even car seat covers! Check it out! http://www.cravingthings.com?aff=2

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How to stay thin while cruising.

  I just read an article on Forbes.com about staying thin while cruising. Here’s the deal, take the steps instead of using the elevator! When Marty and I cruise, I usually eat 8 to 12 ice cream cones a day. I eat between 3 to 4 Guy’s Burgers (Carnival) or Dive …

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Shark attack during snorkeling on cruise tests faith.

My wife watches the CBN show, “The 700 Club” each day on television. She called me while I was at work and said, “Scott, you need to share this story on your blog!” Imagine enjoying a snorkeling experience while on a cruise when you hear your wife screaming in the water. …

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Jaime Dee retiring

If you’ve ever sailed with Carnival cruise director Jamie Dee, you know that she’s one of a kind. Marty and I sailed with her several years ago on the Carnival Sunshine. When I saw her for the first time at the Lido deck sailaway party, I told my wife Marty …

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