Seven Seas Voyager (Photo: Regent Seven Seas Cruises)

For one week, you can save 60 percent off Regent Seven Seas Cruises' Caribbean sailings. Fares start at $1,998 on select island voyages, and are valid through July 1. The eligible sailings depart between November 15 and December 14....read more»

Royal Princess in Elba, Italy (Photo: Princess)

World cruises have been gaining popularity recently, with some lines even opting for two round-the-world sailings per year. The newest player in the double world-cruise game is Princess, which just announced two 107-day itineraries for 2009....read more»

Photo:Cunard

Your spirits may sink when you learn that Cunard has sold the QE2 to the Palm Jumeirah in Dubai for $100 million. Cunard will hand over the QE2 in November 2008, and the vessel will become a floating hotel....read more»

Royal Princess (Photo: Princess)

The cruise lines are mixing it up with new itineraries. Carnival will send its new ship to the Mexican Riviera, and Princess and Regent Seven Seas have announced new South America and Antarctica cruises....read more»

Crystal Serenity in Sorrento, Italy (Photo: Crystal)

Crystal has extended its offer of reduced business-class airfare for select summer sailings in Europe. If you book your cruise by June 30, you will pay Crystal's coach add-on fare plus an upgrade fee of $1,998 round-trip....read more»

Photo: Holland America

Holland America has placed an order for a new 2,100-passenger ship to debut in fall 2010. The new vessel will be a sister to the ms Eurodam, and the two ships will be the largest in the Holland America family....read more»

The Grand Lobby of the Queen Victoria (Photo: Cunard)

May and June have been busy months for the cruise lines, as they announce plans for new ships, introduce new itineraries, and begin sailing from new ports. Here's a recap of some of the latest news you may have missed....read more»

Westerdam in Venice, Italy (Photo: Holland America)

A good pace and the right attitude will ensure a fantastic European cruise. Our Cruise Editor advises travelers to plan their days in port wisely, expect to only see some of the major attractions in a city, and rest up on sea days....read more»

Deck of the Seven Seas Mariner (Photo: Regent Seven Seas Cruises)

Yesterday, Regent Seven Seas and the Campbell River Indian Band inaugurated a new cruise terminal in Alaska. The Campbell River cruise terminal on Vancouver Island will exclusively host the Seven Seas Mariner in 2007 and 2008....read more»

<p>Monaco may be small, but there's much to do without hopping a bus to France. For an entrance fee of &euro;10 (about $14; see <a href="http://www.xe.com" target="_blank">XE.com</a> for current exchange rates), you can explore the famous casino&mdash;remember to bring your passport for identification and dress appropriately (no shorts or flip-flops, jackets for men in the evening). You can try your luck at the gaming tables or just gawk at the breathtaking atrium of the Salle Garnier. To best see the city and save money, walk from the pier to the casino. You'll need good directions because it's easy to get lost. </p><p>Photo: Erica Silverstein</p>

Back from a 10-night Mediterranean cruise, our Cruise Editor shares her thoughts on how to best navigate seven European ports-of-call and how to make the most of your European vacation at sea....read more»

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