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Travel Series: The New Generation of Cruise Ships


…Not exactly what you remember from old reruns of “The Love Boat.”

“Cruise ship.” For how many people does this phrase conjure images of all-you-can-eat buffets, ballroom-dancing senior citizens, and far-from-riveting games of shuffleboard? About the same amount as there are people who haven’t been on a cruise ship in the last 20 years.

You would think that within the confines of a hull and a deck, there’s little possibility of making a cruise ship any more exciting than a retirement home. But if you haven’t had the chance to hear about the innovations aboard today’s cruise ships, you’re in for a few surprises.

Thus, we’ll be launching a new series here on our blog: “The New Generation of Cruise Ships.” Each post will bring with it a new feature aboard one of our favorite new vessels. There are so many that we’d love to share with you that we’ll really have to try our hardest to cover them all.

Taking a cruise has always given vacationers a chance to see more of the world, but this new age of cruising has created a situation in which a guest faces a tough decision: Get off the ship to explore the exotic ports-of-call? Or stay and enjoy every minute aboard the incredible floating resort?

See all posts from our travel series:

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