Stern's Guide to the Cruise Vacation 2007

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Pelican Publishing Company, Incorporated, Sep 1, 2006 - Travel - 832 pages
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"It is well worth adding to your cruise book collection. Steve has sailed on more than 750 ships, so you can be sure he knows what he's talking about."--World of Cruising, UK " People who've never cruised before--or those who have, but find themselves faced with a confusing onslaught of new ships--need to know a great deal, and this book goes a long way in providing it." --Chicago Tribune "The most comprehensive of the general cruise vacation guides . . . this book compares favorably to similar works with more famous names." --American reference Books Annual Whether sailing the Caribbean or the Mediterranean or exploring the glaciers of Alaska, the canals of France, or the fjords of northern Europe, readers can rely on this, the most detailed and user-friendly guide to cruise vacations. Veteran seafarer and luxury-travel expert Steven B. Stern personally inspects nearly three hundred ships every year and rates them in all categories, including:

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www.viveganando.net Hola te saluda Luis Morales Director Internacional de Coastal Vacations y si me lo permites te mostrare como puedes cambiar tu vida radicalmente trabajando desde casa via Internet, generandote $ 5.000 mensuales desde tu propio Negocio, sin horarios ni jefes.

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Steven B. Stern, the long-time leader in cruise-ship evaluation, has sailed on more than 750 vessels. He has visited every major port of call in the world and inspected virtually every ship presently in operation.

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