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Uniquely Uniworld: Highly Trained To Treat You Like Royalty

    Each moment of every Uniworld cruise is focused on a singular goal: to give guests the unique and unforgettable experience you seek, with the personalized, industry-leading service you deserve. Uniworld’s commitment to delivering moments beyond compare begins before you ever step foot onboard.    To ensure that we are delivering luxury of the highest...

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Your Caribbean Getaway with United Vacations®

    Look, we don’t want to throw around the word "paradise" lightly. But when you are talking about vacations filled with stunning beaches, beautiful tropical weather and a mellow mix of cultures, we’re not sure there is anything else you can call the Caribbean. From electric nightlife in the Dominican Republic to the laid-back vibes...

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Experience the Baltic Region with SITA World Tours

    The Baltic Region of Eastern Europe is made up of three countries:  Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia.  They are geographically located on the eastern coast of the Baltic Sea.  These countries were formerly Russian provinces and republics of the former USSR. Each gained independence in the early 1990s.  Even though the countries have a shared...

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Top 8 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Australia & Asia

    Steeped in beauty and history, cuisine and culture, the continents of Australia and Asia offer an array of once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Aboard Seven Seas Mariner’s new Down Under & Far East Grandeur grand voyage, you can see it all on a 52-Night cruise from Sydney to Hong Kong followed by a FREE 15-Night Post-Cruise Land...

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How To Do an English Vacation Like the Royals

  How to do an English vacation like the Royal Family? First step: give yourself permission to treat yourself. You’re on vacation! Next up: choose an itinerary. We’ve rounded up some easy-to-reach locations in England and Scotland by train that are not only beautiful and great for the whole family, but also very important sites for...

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A Dream Vacation For The Entire Family

    Dreams Punta Cana Resort & Spa This waterfront treasure’s opulent architecture and 620 graciously appointed, bright and airy rooms and suites offer couples and couples with children an Unlimited-Luxury® experience. Every room or suite offers picturesque tropical or pool views from a private balcony or terrace. Swim-out rooms offer guests access to a pool...

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Celebrate the Holidays with Celebrity Cruises

  Celebrate the holidays with Celebrity Cruises. 14 itineraries from Dec 21, 2018 through Dec 31, 2018 include 6 ships in the Caribbean, South America on Celebrity Eclipse experience the mystery of Dubai on Celebrity Constellation, Asia on Celebrity Millennium or down under in Australia on Celebrity Solstice. For an adventure of a lifetime, Celebrity Galapagos...

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If You Think Bigger is Better, You'll Love the New Largest Ship at Sea

March 31st 2018 was a red-letter day in marine lore.  Royal Caribbean's Symphony of the Seas set sail with her first group of passengers.  It marks the 25th ship of the fleet – and the largest passenger cruise ship ever built. 5518 guests sail on this architectural marvel of a ship that's 3 and a half...

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Video: Get a Bird's-Eye View of One of the Natural Wonders of the World

Something amazing happens when the highest tides in the world arrive in Saint John, New Brunswick. Twice a day, tides in Canada's Bay of Fundy rise as high as 56 feet in places – the height of a 5-storey building! In Saint John, New Brunswick, the St. John River drains into the Bay of Fundy. When the Bay...

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7 Reasons to Cruise Canada and New England on Seabourn

One of the greatest natural spectacles in the world is the unmatched explosion of colorful foliage that takes place in Eastern Canada and the North-Eastern US every autumn.  And it's best experienced by cruise ship. Our cruise on the Seabourn Quest navigated the St. Lawrence from Montreal with calls at Quebec City, Canada's Maritime provinces, then...

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