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Planning your cruise aboard the Norwegian Epic

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BEST WAY TO MIAMI

From LAX to Miami, nonstop service is offered on American, and connecting service (change of planes) is offered on Continental, American, Delta and US Airways. Restricted round-trip fares begin at $368.

Norwegian Cruise Line's Epic will make Caribbean cruises from Miami through the end of April, with Saturday departures alternating between the Eastern and Western Caribbean. Fares range from $799 to $5,500 a person, double occupancy, with studio suites starting at $749. The Epic will make a transatlantic crossing from Miami to Barcelona on May 7. From May 18 through Oct. 16, 2011, it will offer seven-day cruises from Barcelona, Spain, through the western Mediterranean.

Information: (866) 234-7350, http://www.ncl.com.

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