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September/October 2016 Issue
On Sale September 13, 2016

FEATURES:

  • Ship Of The Month

    ROYAL CLIPPER

    Star Clippers’ flagship is the largest and grandest tall ship ever built, with 42 sails filling five masts, and she offers a one-of-a-kind cruise experience; complete ship profile includes stateroom choices, deck plans, facts & figures, more.
    By Peter Knego

  • Port Of The Month

    SAN DIEGO

    A potpourri of unique neighborhoods is at the heart of this West Coast metropolis, a popular cruise call.
    By Cele & Lynn Seldon

  • Cruise Of The Month

    LOST ISLANDS OF THE SOUTH SEAS

    Discovering the unusual islands of Micronesia and Melanesia with Silversea Expeditions.
    By Jason Leppert

  • New Ship Review

    CARNIVAL VISTA

    Carnival Cruise Line ushers in a new era with the debut of the largest liner in company history.
    By Cele & Lynn Seldon

  • Passage To Adventure

    EXPLORING PATAGONIA

    Escape on the small ship Stella Australis to visit the remote islands at the tip of South America.
    By Randy Mink

  • End Of An Era

    CRUISES TO NOWHERE

    New regulations have lowered the boom on the short cruise with no port calls.
    By Allan E. Jordan

  • If You Only Have A Day In

    MADEIRA

    Portugal’s archipelago in the Atlantic, ranked as Europe’s top island destination, charms cruise travelers.
    By Cele & Lynn Seldon

  • Introducing

    FATHOM–IMPACT TRAVEL

    This new line offers its guests a chance to connect with local people by lending a helping hand onshore.
    By Randy Mink

  • Homeport Spotlight

    BOSTON

    The Black Falcon Cruise Terminal, now celebrating its 30th anniversary, serves as a gateway for cruises that stretch from Canada to the Caribbean.
    By M.T. Schwartzman

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