The Unofficial Guide to Cruises

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John Wiley & Sons, Aug 27, 2007 - Travel - 687 pages
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Five Great Features and Benefits offered ONLY byThe Unofficial Guide:

  • More than 100 cruise lines and 500 ships reviewed and ranked for value and quality
  • Complete details on cruise lines, ships, and itineraries around the world

  • Industry secrets for getting the lowest possible fare, plus extras like free vacation days

  • Everything you need to know to make planning your cruise vacation fun and easy

  • Helpful hints for getting the best cabin—without breaking your bank account

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    Contents

    PART ONE Planning Your Cruise
    15
    PART TWO Cruise Lines and Their Ships
    141
    European Asian and Smaller Cruise Lines
    471
    PART THREE Cruising Alternatives
    516
    Adventure and Cultural Cruises
    552
    Norwegian Coastal Cruises and Cruise Ferries
    572
    Sailing Ships
    582
    Freighters
    594
    Itinerary Index
    603
    Cruise Ship Index
    661
    Destination Index
    674
    Subject Index
    680
    Reader Survey
    689
    Copyright

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    About the author (2007)

    Kay Showker has been a travel writer/photographer/lecturer for more than two decades. Following a ten year tenure at Travel Weekly, she became a freelance writer, authoring 13 guidebooks, appearing as a travel expert on CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC, and The Travel Channel, and writing America On Line's "Cruise Critic/Caribbean Ports of Call.

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