Cruising with the family needn't mean a voyage round the Med on a mega-ship in the company of thousands of other passengers
The ship making the biggest splash in 2016 is Harmony of the Seas, for 5,497 passengers, making its maiden voyage in May
A passenger said: ‘It was a real life scene of ‘The Shining’’
A world cruise is a tempting way to escape the British winter. But if you don't have deep pockets, or simply don't have the time to take three or more months off, you can still experience a grand ocean voyage by joining it for part of the voyage.
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From three-nighters to 4D cinemas and the route of the Vikings
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It's still October. The clocks haven't even gone back yet and probably the last thing you want to think about is Christmas shopping. However, forward planning will reward with enjoyable alternatives away from the high street.
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If you are among the cautious thousands who have waited until now to book a summer holiday, there is a far better choice of last-minute cruises than the cruise lines – with their "book now to avoid disappointment" warnings – would have us believe.
If your name is Gary or Deborah chances are you live in a house, drive a Citroen Picasso and are in the 45 to 54 age group
The row over the presence of giant cruise ships in Venice’s lagoon was reignited this weekend after claims that a huge vessel belonging to the same company as the wrecked Costa Concordia sailed dangerously close to St Mark’s Square.