| Mar 23, 2010
| 4:34 PM
Here's your tip-o-the-hat Tuesday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: --When the going gets tough, the tough go cruising. At least that's the word from our friends at Carnival Corp., the world's largest cruise-ship operator. The company says.......
| Jan 24, 2011
Let the other ships have their rock climbing walls and their water slides, their come as-you-are and do-as-you-please ambience. On the new Queen Elizabeth, it's lawn bowling and croquet, formal nights and afternoon teas, assigned seating and fixed...
| Jun 22, 2008
WITH gas prices approaching $5 a gallon, the open road looks less inviting than ever. But even vacationers who fly, cruise or take transit will find it tough to escape the tsunami of high oil prices surging through the travel industry.
| Jan 27, 2009
| 12:48 PM
Southwest triggers sales on late-winter fares By DAVID KOENIG, AP Airlines Writer David Koenig, Ap Airlines Writer Fri Jan 23, 5:14 pm ET
DALLAS Major airlines moved Friday to match a fare sale started by Southwest Airlines Co., as the carriers worry...
| Sep 11, 2008
Caribbean tourism officials are working overtime to reassure reluctant travelers that plenty of sun-soaked islands were untouched by a recent spate of deadly tropical cyclones.
Potential visitors may assume the entire region was ravaged by four storms...
| Oct 14, 2008
What is arguably the world's best known passenger ship, the 41-year-old Queen Elizabeth 2, is leaving America for good this week and will sail into history books next month.
A pipe and drum corps, flotilla of pleasure craft and other fanfare in New...
| Apr 15, 2008
Central Park is moving to the ocean _ sort of.
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. said Tuesday that an area resembling New York's Central Park will be featured in the center of its Project Genesis ship when it is delivered in late 2009 as the world's largest...
| Jan 20, 2008
Aboard The Queen Victoria
"Welcome to my office," Capt. Paul Wright said as he opened the security door to the bridge of the Queen Victoria. Through the expanse of windows, the ocean seemed endless, glimmering in the sun.
It was, as it turned out, the...
| Nov 19, 2013
| 4:18 PM
The images caught mostly everyone by surprise.
By early Tuesday afternoon, photos of children playing basketball in the Philippines had gone viral on the Internet. The backdrops for these games featured crumbled homes, wreckage and debris as a result...
| Nov 12, 2013
| 3:06 PM
The acclimation process has yet to get underway for Milwaukee Bucks guard Brandon Knight.
A hamstring injury has allowed him to play just 17 minutes this season entering Tuesday's game against the Miami Heat. Now healthy, the former Pine Crest...
| Oct 19, 2013
| 11:54 AM
At the beginning of the year, the Port of Baltimore was on a roll. At Seagirt Marine Terminal, the ribbon was cut on a 50-foot-deep berth financed by a $1.3 billion public-private partnership between the port and Ports America Chesapeake. The investment...