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Why a cruise ship?

* A cruise is a hassle-free vacation - no driving around, looking for a hotel, wondering where to eat and you pack and unpack once.

* A cruise takes you away from smog, pollution, stress, traffic, alarm clocks, beepers, phones, faxes and lets you enjoy water, sea, sky and scenery.

* A cruise is all about pampering you - breakfast in bed, lounging on deck, soaking in a hot tub, afternoon tea, or champagne and caviar.

* You are in charge of doing it all or not at all - pack you day with gym workout, yoga, dance lessons, cooking class, port or history lecture, movie time, art class, wine tasting, piano sing-along, karaoke night, dancing under the stars and ... or just show up for dinner.

*A cruise covers many places calling in most interesting places in the area

* A cruise can be something "new" if you have never cruised before.

* A cruise is the shoppers heaven - shop in port, shop onboard.

* A cruise is the easy way to meet new people and make new friends.

* A cruise is the perfect venue for a group get-together - college alumni trip, celebration cruise, family reunion, friends meeting place or even business meeting.

* A cruise can be a honeymoon trip as well especially in Tahiti or Hawaii.

* A cruise can be learning experience when expert lecturers give enrichment presentations about history or culture, politics or finances, nature or art.

* A cruise is the safest vacation choice in the age when crime or terrorism happens too easily.

* A cruise is generally an inclusive vacation so you pre-pay the necessities and do not have to worry about cost of food, gas, tolls, entertainment, hotel rooms.

So Happy Cruising!!!!!!

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