Econoguide Cruises 2004: Cruising the Caribbean, Hawaii, New England, Alaska, and Europe

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Globe Pequot Press, Dec 1, 2003 - Travel - 448 pages
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The Econoguides series shows readers how to get the most for their money and time in travel and personal finance - no matter what their budget level. Each book provides hundreds of tips and useful advice on topics such as airline travel, booking hotels, best times to visit attractions, negotiating with auto dealers, selecting a realtor, and more. Plus, each of the travel books contains dozens of coupons worth hundreds of dollars in savings at hotels, restaurants, car rental agencies and attractions. buying the perfect cruise package. Enjoy the world's waterways on any budget. This guide provides expert advice and comprehensive information on choosing the right ship, cabin and dining options. Readers also get the low-down on the most popular and reputable cruise lines in the world, including Carnival, Disney, Holland America and Royal Caribbean International. Features include: more than 160 overviews of today's best cruise ships to Europe, the Caribbean, Hawaii, New England and Alaska; descriptions of many types of cruises, from major cruise lines to private sailing vessels; day-trip itineraries from various ports of call; and time and money-saving strategies for on-board expenses, shore excursions, shopping.

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How to Choose a Cruise 1
How Big Is BIG? 14
How to Buy a Cruise 42
Your Home on the Water 51
Expenses Onboard the Ship 57
Safety at Sea 75
Dining on the High Seas 87
Other Cruise Lines 309
Econoguide Cruise Ship Ratings 173
Econoguides Best Cruise Lines 177
Adventure Cruise Lines 325
Sailing Vessels 365
A History of Cruising 385
Cruise Lines in This Book 393
Econoguides Best Luxury Cruise Lines 284

Get Me to the Port on Time 93
tO Before You Set Sail 104
Cruise Diaries 115
About the Author 401

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About the author (2003)

Corey Sandler is a former journalist and editor. He has written more than 160 books on travel, video games, and computers. He lives in Nantucket, Massachusetts.

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