Worldwide cruises and ports of call, 1997
Covering not only ships that sail the U.S. and the Carribean, this guide also coversthose that cruise Europe and Asia. More than 140 ships from 35 cruise lines are reviewed, in depth, while ports of call sections give essential how to and sightseeing information about the most popular cruise destinations throughout the world.
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