Before You Sail

From finding a terrific travel agent, to getting the best price, this section covers the myriad details necessary to landing the perfect cruise.

New air program guarantees flight to first available port of call

Carnival Corp creates a record-sized wi-fi for all ships in fleet world-wide

No matter how you spell it, a cruisetour is a shipboard voyage combined with a land-based tour.

Changes made to what guests are allowed to carry and consume aboard Disney cruise ships

The new permanent price plan makes Celebrity the most all-inclusive cruise line in its category

The first renderings reveal the unique interior design of Adam D. Tihany and Bjorn Storbraaten

Six special cruises feature dance pros and celebrities from the hit ABC show

How to save money on shore tours and time in port during your cruise.

Here are several advantages Cruises offer over typical vacations

Secrets to choosing a port of departure best suited to your needs and budget

The first Norwegian ship based in Miami year-round bursting with features

How to plan a cruise and conduct yourself in a manner that will enhance your onboard safety.

Kuki ruminates on cruise research, rumors and romance

The convenience factor plus plenty of local attractions make San Diego a fantastic place to start a cruise.

Doug Ward's Complete Guide to Cruising & Cruise Ships is considered the cruise industry bible

A special reader-submitted article on certified SCUBA enthusiasts using regular cruise ships for exciting and exotic dive vacations.

Carnival creates and implements a new fleetwide system to stop deck chairs hogs

Your cruise can be denied for the simplest of reasons, like forgetting which pocket you placed your passport.

What are the differences that make a luxury cruise worth the extra cost?

New "zero-tolerance policies" have created rules that you must follow or get off the ship

Viator is a new, independent cruise shore excursion provider who will meet you in port

The unique laws and agreements that cruise lines must follow to operate within the United States.

Although not unique to cruises, the Norovirus is often associated with ships but is still avoidable onboard.

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