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March/April 2014 Issue
On Sale March 11, 2014

FEATURES:

  • Ship Of The Month

    EUROPA 2

    Hapag-Lloyd Cruises’ latest vessel changes course for the line, offering laidback luxury for a more contemporary clientele, including families; complete ship profile includes staterooms, deck plans, facts & figures.
    By Peter Knego

  • Port Of The Month

    SAN FRANCISCO

    One of the world’s most inviting cities, what’s not to love about the golden cruise gateway by the bay?
    By Theodore W. Scull

  • Cruise Of The Month

    SANDS OF ARABIA

    MSC Cruises’ weeklong sojourn in the Arabian Gulf offers an easy introduction to off-the-beaten-path ports in the United Arab Emirates and Oman—and the friendly folk who live there.
    By Glen Petrie

  • Cruise Roundup

    ALASKA 2014

    Even in the wake of last year’s record-setting season, 2014 is shaping up to be the biggest cruise year yet in The Great Land.
    By M.T. Schwartzman

  • Classic Cruising Aboard The

    MS LOFOTEN

    Hurtigruten’s Norwegian Coastal Cruise, regarded as the world’s most beautiful voyage, can be even more special amid the trappings of the line’s oldest and most traditional vessel.
    By Theodore W. Scull

  • A New Look At The

    DISNEY MAGIC

    Disney Cruise Line’s original ship has been completely re-imagined with fresh features from stem to stern.
    By Georgina Cruz

  • If You Only Have A Day In

    MESSINA, ITALY

    A call in this historic seaport serves up a little slice of Sicily.
    By Cele & Lynn Seldon

  • Homeport Spotlight

    VANCOUVER

    Canada’s bustling cruise hub offers more itinerary choices to Alaska.
    By M.T. Schwartzman

  • Cruise Profile

    MARITIME ARTIST EXTRAORDINAIRE

    British painter Robert Lloyd enhances the long tradition of cruise-ship portraiture.
    By Theodore W. Scull

  • Port Highlight

    ANTWERP’S RED STAR LINE MUSEUM

    This new attraction spotlights a link between Belgium and America, an overlooked chapter in maritime history.
    By Randy Mink

  • Cruise Views

    VOYAGES OF SELF-DISCOVERY

    Onboard a cruise, arguably more than on any other mode of travel, the stage is set for self-discovery.
    By Georgina Cruz

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