Wonder of the Seas is a relatively new ship under the Royal Caribbean name, which made its maiden voyage this past year and has a guest capacity of more than 5,600 people.
The Norwegian Prima is a ship the way the Belvoir Castle is a house, a Jaguar is a car and a filet mignon is a piece of meat. It’s a ship, but there's more.
Do you want to explore the world without having to fight the lines at the airport and be informed on the way to the airport that your flight has been canceled? Go by boat.
Why do we sometimes continue to feel as if we’re still on a boat, even after having already disembarked?
The Sky Cruise is designed to give more than 5,000 people a cruise experience in the sky complete with a pool, shopping mall and 360-degree viewing deck.
Wonder of the Seas is the fifth vessel to enter service in RCI’s Oasis class. Take an inside look at what it's like onboard.
The international vacation ship giant is joining the rivalry for Israeli vacationers by starting cruises for the first time in its history on voyages from the northern port city.
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“I have every confidence this program will continue to grow,” he said. “We’ve already committed to coming back in 2023, and I hope that in November of this year we’ll open sales for our 2024 program.
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