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Postcards from FloridaPrincess Cruises is offering adventurous passengers two opportunities in 2011 and 2012 to experience one of travelâs most grand voyages: The World Cruise. EncompassingÂ multiple continents and dozens of the globeâs treasured places, these fa...
Staff reporterThe Coast Guard is searching the Gulf of Mexico for a woman who reportedly went overboard from a cruise ship based in Mobile. The Coast Guard says a 50-year-old woman was reported overboard by the Carnival Holiday shortly at 12:04 a.m. Tuesday. The...
Tags: Cruises, Travel, Tourism and Leisure
Associated PressThe remnants of Hurricane Dean dumped heavy rain across central Mexico on Thursday, drenching mudslide-prone mountains as it pushed inland after slamming into the Gulf Coast as a Category 2 storm and killing four people. Neighbors banded together to...
In the Middle Ages moats were deep water-filled trenches that encircled castles to protect kings. The wider, the better. In 2007 moats are the competitive advantages that protect dominant companies and their shareholders. The wider, the better. The...
State regulators in Alaska have cited eight cruise ships for air quality violations in 2008. The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation issued 10 notices of violations - a fivefold increase from 2007. The notices were issued to...
Tribune Media Services columnistQ: Are my shares of Wachovia Corp. going to do well? Will they increase as it grows? -- R.D., via the Internet A: The nation's fourth-largest bank in terms of assets has a driving ambition to become bigger. What's uncertain is whether it might suffer...
Times Staff WriterWhen the marketplace zigs, wily travelers zag. Or, said another way: If you're confident about your finances in these days of uncertainty, this is a good time to price trips. With economic unease afoot in the U.S., an energy crisis afflicting the West...
Knight Ridder/TribuneSnorkelers, here's a heads-up on something worth holding your breath for: In the not-too-distant future, cruisers with a penchant for water adventures will be able to snorkel--even scuba dive--in the Turks and Caicos. The 40-island chain, a British...
Tags: Cruises, Festive Events, Travel, Netherlands, Celebrity Cruises
Monday, Oct. 10, 1999 Walt Disney Co. officials, never prone to understatement, called it a ``historic nighttime event.'' They were referring not to the opening night of the millennium celebration at Epcot, but to the christening of the Disney...
The Associated PressPlanes, trains and automobiles will deliver visitors to their vacation destinations this summer. For the U.S. leisure industry and investors in its stock, they can't arrive soon enough. Well-heeled Baby Boomers and bargain-hunting foreign tourists, it is...
STAFF WRITERJimmy Kalogeras and his father, Nick, came to Red Hook seven months ago, pooling their money to open a diner at the corner of Van Brunt and Commerce streets. They came because of the boats and the people who work on them -- the boats that are there now,...
Tags: Assault, Restaurants, Elizabeth II, Family, Regional Authority
It's a little after 7 a.m. The day of the week doesn't matter; all days seem to flow together. I hop out of bed and head to the boat deck for a morning run and some fresh air. As I step onto the outdoor jogging track, I'm greeted by an unbelievable sight:...
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