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September/October 2018
On Sale September 11, 2018

FEATURES:

  • Ship Of The Month

    WESTERDAM

    Holland America Line’s 1,964-passenger Westerdam, originally launched in 2004, sparkles with major enhancements after a recent dry dock. New features include Lincoln Center Stage, Billboard Onboard entertainment, the uber-cool Gallery Bar and updated Lido Market. Plus Holland America’s new Explorations Central destination-immersion program and the first Rijksmuseum at Sea.
    By Cele & Lynn Seldon

  • Cruise of the Month

    GREEK ODYSSEY

    Celestyal Cruises’ Celestyal Olympia packs in the ports on short cruises exploring an enchanting corner of the Mediterranean.
    By Peter Knego

  • Port of the Month

    ISTANBUL

    A heady world of Turkish delights awaits cruise travelers in this continent-spanning city where Europe meets Asia.
    By Randy Mink

  • If You Only Have A Day In

    ANTIGUA, GUATEMALA

    Spanish colonial days come alive in this historic city, a popular shore excursion from the Pacific port of Puerto Quetzel.
    By Cele & Lynn Seldon

  • New Ship Review

    SYMPHONY OF THE SEAS

    Offering practically everything under the sun, the world’s biggest ship overflows with wow factors and choices, choices, choices.
    By Jason Leppert

  • What’s Cooking

    RAISING THE BAR FOR CUISINE AT SEA

    New menu items, hands-on cooking classes and shoreside tours enhance Oceania Cruises’ reputation for culinary excellence.
    By Cele & Lynn Seldon

  • Ship With A History

    ASTORIA

    Soak in the vintage charm of this 70-year-old classic on a European journey with Cruise & Maritime Voyages.
    By Peter Knego

  • Cruise Pioneer

    AMERICAN HAWAII CRUISES

    The inventor of the modern Hawaii cruise created memorable, island-hopping vacations on the Constitution and Independence.
    By Allan E. Jordan

  • Four-Day Foray

    PACIFIC COAST GETAWAY

    A quick trip from Long Beach on the Carnival Imagination visits California’s Catalina Island and Ensenada, Mexico.
    By Randy Mink

  • Homeport Spotlight

    NEW ORLEANS

    Things look rosy for this Gulf Coast port as Royal Caribbean International returns after a three-year hiatus.
    By M.T. Schwartzman

  • Cruise Views

    CRUISING SOLO

    More and more travelers are going it alone, and the cruise lines accommodate them with special deals.
    By Jackie Sheckler Finch


    Plus other full-color features, regular departments, more....