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MS Fram (Photo: Hurtigruten)

For the second time this year, a cruise ship has run into trouble near Antarctica. Perhaps it's not as safe to ply icy waters as we originally thought....read more»

Queen Victoria with fireworks (Photo: Cunard)

Read the latest news from Crystal, Cunard, and Holland America, plus find out if your favorite lines garnered an award from Travel Weekly....read more»

Carnival Liberty (Photo: Carnival)

The news includes new itineraries from Carnival, enhancements across Norwegian's fleet, and the debut of a new easyCruise vessel....read more»

Norwegian Gem (Photo: Norwegian)

The Norwegian Gem, NCL's newest ship, was christened today in New York harbor. The Gem is the eighth ship custom-designed for the brand's Freestyle Cruising fleet....read more»

Seven Seas Voyager (Photo: Regent Seven Seas Cruises)

When the deal goes through in early 2008, Regent Seven Seas will become sister lines with Oceania and cousins with Norwegian....read more»

Family on the beach in Labadee (Photo: Royal Caribbean)

Send in stories about your favorite experience while on a Caribbean cruise or your best tips on how to make the most of a Caribbean vacation at sea....read more»

Queen Victoria naming ceremony (Photo: Cunard)

After much anticipation and hype, the Queen Victoria, Cunard's newest and second largest ship, has received its name and will set sail today on its maiden voyage....read more»

Pride of Hawaii off the Na Pali Coast (Photo: Norwegian)

Customs and Border Protection is considering a change to the current cabotage regulations, which will help NCL America and hurt other cruise lines wishing to sail to Hawaii....read more»

Disney Magic closeup (Photo: Disney Cruise Line)

Disney announced two new eastern Caribbean cruises for its 2009 season, featuring calls at St. Croix and Tortola. Find out why you should think twice before putting down a deposit....read more»

Port Everglades, Ft. Lauderdale (Photo: Broward County Port Everglades Department)

Royal Caribbean has reached an agreement with Ft. Lauderdale's Port Everglades to base its 6,400-passenger Genesis ships there instead of Miami....read more»

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