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Gulet Cruises Croatia – What You Must Know Before Booking A Cruise

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 Kamil Jain (February 19, 2015)  If you are thinking of going on Gulet cruising, then many congratulations, it is going to be one of the most amazing cruise you are ever going to take. It is imperative that you consider some vital aspects before you make the reservations for your trip. To ensure that you enjoy to the fullest, there are some vital tips you need to know about while preparing for this blue voyage. Take .. (Cruising Sailing)

Benefits of Booking a Yacht Charter for your Next Vacation

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 Niall Mckibbin (December 30, 2013)  Vacationers are often under the impression that booking a yacht charter is expensive. While this may be true in the past, the present availability of yacht charter companies has made this holiday option more accessible and affordable. Believe it or not, individuals and groups who are planning to go on a vacation can now book their own boat without spending much money! Along with an .. (Cruising Sailing)

Tips for Chartering a Private Yacht

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 Niall Mckibbin (December 30, 2013)  To charter a private yacht is a fantastic way to enjoy ones summer vacation, particularly if you're intending to take all your family members or your friends or both along with you. You can savor the captivating and comforting elements associated with the sailing experience by way of a private yacht charter. Yachting is a superb way of spending ones holiday time by sailing around the .. (Cruising Sailing)

Why is Most Popular Mediterranean Corporate Yacht Charters

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 Volkan Yucel (April 23, 2013)  Mediterranean sea Corporate Yacht Charters : For a comfy, professional meeting surroundings for business professionals, their employees, customers, and also vendors sometimes you have to think outside of the norm. Whenever you hire a personal yacht charter within Turkey, a private yacht charter company usually takes about the water and far from the workplace, the mobile phones, the .. (Cruising Sailing)

Discovering wonderful caves in Halong Bay

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 Ruby Le (December 14, 2011)  Halong Bay in Quang Ninh is a one of Vietnam Heritage Site, and a popular travel destination of Vietnam vacation . Ha Long Bay is a center of a larger zone which includes Bái Tu Long bay to the northeast, and Cat Ba islands to the southwest. Halong Bay has an area of around 1,553 km2, including 1,960 islets, most of which are limestone. The core of the bay has an area of 334 km2 .. (Cruising Sailing)

Torres Del Paine an iconic park in Chile.

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 Tanmay Sharma (May 27, 2011)  Torres Del Paine is one of the most renowned national parks in Chile. It is located at a very exotic place that in southern part of Patagonia. This park features many attractions for tourists including snowy mountains, waterfalls, granite rock with high peaks, lakes filled with glaciers, meadows, thick lush forest, ample of wildlife, and scenic beauty of this place. However, a vacation .. (Cruising Sailing)

Yacht Charter Croatia - Reasons To Spend Your Next Holiday Onboard

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 Nina Boc (February 10, 2011)  Yacht charter Croatia is one of the main highlights of Croatian tourism. Many people decide for this type of holiday as it is simply relaxing, ables to fully enjoy your own space on the Adriatic sea along with other benefits such as privacy, comfort and peace. There are several types of rentals available when it comes to yacht charter Croatia. Bare boat charter is aimed for independent . (Cruising Sailing)

Reliable Yacht Insurance Companies

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 Jenny Pilley (June 02, 2010)  For any insurance policy to work, it’s essential to establish a level of trust between insurer and client. Customers need to trust that an insurer will deliver on every promise. Thankfully, there are reliable and worthwhile yacht insurance companies out there; it’s simply a matter of finding them. There’s one reliable insurance broker which brings reliable and .. (Cruising Sailing)

Galapagos Islands Tours

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 Surajit Bhattacharya (January 16, 2010)  Located off the coast of Republic of Ecuador, the Galapagos Islands call for an ideal vacationing experience for travelers from all over the world. Whether in sea or in land, Galapagos Island Vacation offers you the most striking natural treasures on earth. The Ecuador Galapagos travel will offer you a perfect getaway with its unusual beauty and charm almost unparallel when compared to . (Cruising Sailing)

Five of the Best Dublin Experiences

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 Adam R. Singleton (November 26, 2009)  Dublin is an exciting and enchanting city to experience, filled with an array of historical attractions and contemporary cultural events. Due to its geographical location on the east coast of Ireland, it provides its many visitors with a superb mixture of rugged, windswept scenery and vibrant street life, meaning there is never a dull moment to be had. Boasting over 1,000 acres of .. (Cruising Sailing)

Experience The Mediterranean - Travel In A Luxury Yacht Charter Croatia!

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 Dianne Logan (June 01, 2009)  In a country as beautiful as Croatia, there's no better way to enjoy your vacation but through a yacht charter Croatia. We're not just talking about cruising in small motor yachts, but a luxurious journey such as a spa yacht program. If you wish to experience the full splendor of the Mediterranean, then you should charter a luxury megayacht! Most yacht charter Croatia offer private jet . (Cruising Sailing)

Can Vacationers Enjoy Sensational Savings When They Book A Repositioning Cruise Holiday?

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 Dorothy Yamich (January 30, 2009)  Repositioning cruises are not a new phenomenon, they‘re just the best kept secret in the cruising industry. Just like migrating birds, many cruise ships leave for warmer climates in the Autumn and return in the Spring. Some sail south to the Southern Hemisphere for the winter months and then sail back to the Northern Hemisphere for the summer months, while other cruise ships sail .. (Cruising Sailing)

Why Are Luxury Holiday Cruises Becoming So Popular With Vacationers?

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 Dorothy Yamich (January 30, 2009)  In this era of faster everything, including faster and larger commercial airliners where passengers are packed in like sardines, one thing seems to remain constant. That is the wonderful, leisurely world of cruising. For many years the airline industry has experienced numerous setbacks, while the cruise industry has been growing by leaps and bounds. There are many reasons why you should . (Cruising Sailing)

Yacht Charter - Caribbean Virgin Islands

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 D. Browall (September 05, 2007)  "Sailing charter Virgin Islands"? Say no more because this trip can give you a holiday of a lifetime. The Virgin Islands do not only offer the most beautiful beaches and the clearest waters, it also tenders the cheapest shopping experience. In particular, the island of St. Thomas offers its guests and tourists quality but duty-free items. This can happen all year round. The Virgin .. (Cruising Sailing)

Caribbean Leeward Islands - Great For a Sailing Holiday

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 D. Browall (August 22, 2007)  Sailing in Leeward Islands is both fun and sundry because the region is composed of several stunning places. These are are the islands of Dominica, Saint Bartholomew, Anguilla, the American Virgin Islands, the British Virgin Islands, Montserrat, St. Kitts and Nevis, Antigua and Barbuda, St. Martin, Saba, St. Eustatius, and Guadeloupe. Although it is not officially recognized as part of .. (Cruising Sailing)

Cruising The Bahamas Islands For Your Next Sailing Vacation

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 D. Browall (August 21, 2007)  Sailing in Bahamas is a pure fun because it is an island country full of beaches and friendly people. The Bahamas, which is officially known as the “Commonwealth of the Bahamas", is located in the Atlantic Ocean along the eastern side of Cuba and Florida. It has approximately 700 islands (from which 686 are considered small islets and 14 are counted as major islands). The country .. (Cruising Sailing)

The Birth of Cruise Vacations

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 Robert Andrews II (August 20, 2007)  Today's cruise industry can trace its lineage back to the nineteenth century, when passenger ships were a means of transportation, primarily from Europe to the United States and between Europe and it's far-flung colonies in Asia and Africa. The arrival of commercial jet airplanes in the late 1950s marked the beginning of the end for the transatlantic and transpacific liners. Many of .. (Cruising Sailing)

Cruises - Choosing the One that's Right for You

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 Kimbery Carlson (August 16, 2007)  These days, cruises are getting to be like everything else. From cough drops to crackers, there are almost too many choices, and it's true of cruises as well. You might feel like going on a cruise would be a perfect getaway for you and your spouse but finding the right one can be more difficult than its worth. Luckily, if you cut down your options by deciding where you want to take your . (Cruising Sailing)

Leave The Steamer Trunk At Home When You Cruise!

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 Joseph Ewart (August 16, 2007)  There are really no ‘dress codes’ on cruise ships but more like guidelines to assist you in bringing the right items. Having traveled with a spouse and two teen age daughters, this writer is, however, painfully aware of the cruise shoe formula which is take the number of cruise days and multiply by 5. How else could one possibly pack 35 pairs of shoes for a one week voyage? .. (Cruising Sailing)

Tempted To Cruise Through Life?

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 Knight Pierce Hirst (August 13, 2007)  Cruise is a relaxing word. You imagine deck chairs, ocean breezes - and no responsibilities. The word lets your thoughts drift at sea - unless you're my husband. John feels confined on ships, he feels confined in the tuxedo he's expected to wear to formal dinners on board and he can't be conned into feeling fine about it. When in doubt - or you can't get your way - compromise. We .. (Cruising Sailing)

Why Do People Jump Off Cruise Ships?

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 Joseph Ewart (August 02, 2007)  As a 30 year cruise industry veteran, website, I can honestly say that I am perplexed as to why more people seem to be jumping overboard. It is certainly tragic when this occurs and the news media seems to report these phenomena more frequently and with more in-depth coverage than other similar events. This probably because cruising is in and of itself more interesting and sexy than .. (Cruising Sailing)

Bahamas Cruise Vacations

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 Paolo Basauri (July 31, 2007)  Do you love the sun, exotic islands, and tropical fun? Well, then Bahamas cruise vacations are the perfect way to spend an unforgettable vacation, away from the stress of work and the routine of your everyday life! The Bahamas is a country made up of 2 cays and a lot of different islands located east of Florida. It is a land blessed by a beautiful sea, a rich history and amazing .. (Cruising Sailing)

Baby Boomers Discover Cruises

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 Joseph Ewart (July 30, 2007)  Are Baby Boomers that much different from other cruise passengers? According to many cruise line executives this one group of guests has probably created more changes in cruise ship programming than any other travelers since Noah's Ark. The same group that made cell phones, BMW's and flat screen TV's a cultural phenomena is having a strong impact of how cruise lines go to market. At a .. (Cruising Sailing)

Top Cruise Secrets Revealed

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 Joseph Ewart (July 25, 2007)  There are more than 200 cruise ships that you can choose from today. But the one thing that they all have in common is that a little advance planning and “insider" knowledge can help you save time and money on your next cruise. Here are the “top ten tips": 1. Maximum flexibility = Maximum savings. Most travelers have some flexibility in their travel dates, especially if .. (Cruising Sailing)

Packing for Cruise Ship Tours

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 Kurt A. Schefken (July 23, 2007)  It is important to make sure you pack your medications, sunscreen, hat, and other essential items so you can be comfortable on your next cruise. Many people tend to forget these items when they are packing because they concentrate more on the outfits and accessories they will need. Before you pack your clothing, pack smaller items and make sure they are all easily accessible while you .. (Cruising Sailing)

Discover Cruising With European River Cruises

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 Richie Wells (July 17, 2007)  Think of a cruise and you’ll probably think of the open waves and enjoying the many benefits of a cruise ship while surrounded by nothing more than ocean on all sides. But a cruise does not always set sail on an ocean. Some of the best cruises the world has to offer are actually river cruises, and what they might lack in distance travelled they certainly make up for in sights to .. (Cruising Sailing)

Cruise Vacation Deals Are The Best Value Deals On The Planet!

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 Martin Haworth (July 16, 2007)  Cruise vacation deals are all the rage right now. You only have to look in your Sunday supplement to find pages of these deals. Maybe now is the time for you to take the plunge and get the cruise vacation deal of your lifetime! Here are five great reasons that the cruise vacation deal you decide upon might not be quite so extravagant after all. In fact it might even save you more money . (Cruising Sailing)

Cruise Travel Stereotypes and Myths Explained

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 Darren Takenaga (July 15, 2007)  Considering that well over 75% of the population has never set foot on a cruise ship, many people are surprised to find out that some of the cruise myths that are frequently talks about are simply not true. This may be part of the problem that actually hinders individuals from booking an actual cruise itinerary because they may not know what to expect because of the myths surrounding .. (Cruising Sailing)

Cruise Ship Tours - Packing Tips

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 Kurt A. Schefken (July 10, 2007)  Packing your bags for a cruise may seem like a no-brainer but there is travel preparation involved. While forgetting an item or two won’t ruin your vacation, it will create unnecessary headaches and hassles. Here are some things to remember when packing for your trip. Cruise ships are not required to have doctors or medical facilities. That being said, there is usually a first .. (Cruising Sailing)

Boat Trips - Tips for Choosing the Right Cruise

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 Ken C. Morris (July 10, 2007)  If you’re looking in to taking a cruise for your next vacation, you’re probably having a hard time deciding. There are several cruise lines that serve many destinations so making a choice can be a daunting task. Here are some tips for finding the right cruise vacation for you and your family. Determining the length of your boat trip is the first step. Keep in mind the time .. (Cruising Sailing)

Kids and Cruise Vacations - Do They Mix?

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 Johnathan H. Bakers (July 04, 2007)  So, you have been working hard. You’re tired and need a vacation. Does this sound like you? After a long period of dealing with the pressures of work, a relaxing cruise could be just the thing you need. Picture yourself relaxing on deck as the ship cruises through the ocean, occasionally stopping on shore giving you the opportunity to take in the beauty and culture of interesting .. (Cruising Sailing)

Choosing Accommodation On Your Cruise

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 Ray L. Walberg (July 03, 2007)  One of the main things which people look at when booking a cruise is just how big their accommodation will be. Many think that economy accommodation is the only option available to them but that is not always the case. There are generally a lot of options open to you on a cruise ship and often people book their accommodation and find out that they would have preferred a different one .. (Cruising Sailing)

Hawaiian Cruises - Time To Imagine Your Dream Hawaiian Cruise Vacation

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 Martin Haworth (July 01, 2007)  Hawaiian cruises are quickly becoming one of the most interesting and exciting ways to see the islands of Hawaii. Regularly described as the ultimate “island-hopping" trip, simply taking you from one tropical Hawaiian island to another, in the most luxurious of circumstances. Once aboard, it will be difficult to forget that you are experiencing the unique features of your cruise .. (Cruising Sailing)

Cruise Oxygen Is Available For Patients

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 Anita Choudhary (June 27, 2007)  Just a few years ago it was unthinkable that people with medical needs like 24 hours oxygen requirements could go on a cruise, holiday in distant locations and come back happy and tanned. With modern cruise ships even wheelchair passengers feel at home, with convenience of ramp facility extended over the whole ship, not just restricted to a few inner staterooms. Guests on a cruise .. (Cruising Sailing)

Cruise Ship Oxygen Supply Is Easy

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 Anita Choudhary (June 27, 2007)  Vacations are the perfect time to relax and rejuvenate. With modern technology it has become easier to travel even with medical needs of oxygen and other things like wheelchairs and other respiratory apparatus. Cruise ship oxygen supply equipment is available on all good cruise liners. There are different types of oxygen available on the ships like liquid oxygen, Oxygen Concerving .. (Cruising Sailing)

Buy a Hovercraft and Enjoy a New Leisure Experience

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 Brian McGregor (June 27, 2007)  A personal hovercraft is an exciting proposition for anyone who wants to try a new leisure experience. If you wanted to buy a hovercraft, you will find they are much more fun to drive than Jet Skis, RIBs, Quad Bikes etc Hovercraft are truly all-terrain. You can drive straight out of the sea and onto the beach. Or you can use it on grass and have yourself a very special picnic. You can .. (Cruising Sailing)

Bermuda Cruise Vacation - Top 11 Reasons to Go on a Bermuda Cruise

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 George Alarcon (June 23, 2007)  In recent years Bermuda has become a favorite place for Americans and Canadians to take an unforgettable cruise to this majestic island. I have listed below what I consider to be the top ten reasons to book a Bermuda cruise. 1. Nowadays you can book a Bermuda cruise at an exceptionally discounted rate. 2. You can choose cruise packages for about any special occasion whether it be a .. (Cruising Sailing)

Alaska Cruise Vacation - Top 10 Reasons for Taking an Alaskan Cruise Vacation

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 George Alarcon (June 21, 2007)  There are so many reasons to go on an Alaskan cruise. I have only listed what I consider the top 10. 1. Witness mountainous glaciers, huge sky-blue icebergs, killer whales, lumbering moose, rainforest fjords, grizzly bears, bald eagles, ice fields, lumberjacks, caribou, otters, seals, dolphins, and much more. 2. Visit towns and meet people who represent the frontier spirit of Alaska, .. (Cruising Sailing)

Spanish Cruises

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 Thomas Boggo (June 19, 2007)  Algericas is a port in southeastern Spain across the bay from Gibraltar. From this town, you can take an overnight boat train to Madrid, a 2 1/2 hour ferry ride to Tangier in North Africa or a several hour drive to the Costa del Sol area and visit the picturesque towns of Marbella, Malaga, Torremolinos, and Porto Banus. On the Costa del Sol, you'll find numerous resort hotels, beaches, .. (Cruising Sailing)

Luxury Cruises - A Spa Vacation for Prime Time Women

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 Cheryl Pipitone (June 11, 2007)  You and your girlfriends deserve the best in a luxury cruise. After working hard in a career, minding the home, raising the kids, building a family, you need to do more than have a night on the town. Why not take a spa vacation aboard a luxury cruise line and take a week on the sea? With a little research and ingenuity, you can select a cruise with exciting shore destinations and be .. (Cruising Sailing)

Cruise Vacation Planning - Time To Get It Right!

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 Martin Haworth (June 09, 2007)  When you are preparing for your cruise vacation, it's vital to have all your plans in place in good time. By doing this you will ensure that you are comfortable with the whole experience and that lets you enjoy it more! So here are a few tips to help you get the most out of the planning of it all! 1. Get your dates and timescale sorted. Having this discussion early means there will be .. (Cruising Sailing)

How to Get Bargain Basement Prices on a Repositioning Cruise

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 Cheryl Pipitone (June 08, 2007)  My Aunt Gigi is a 72 year old retired elementary school teacher who is hooked on travel. Although she lives in southern Illinois, she doesn’t just drive to downtown St. Louis and back. No, Gigi is a world traveler. The world of long-duration cruises that is. Gigi and her husband Wayne take at least two long cruises a year. And it is easy to do. They are on a number of direct mail . (Cruising Sailing)




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