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Consider a Family Cruise to Puerto Vallarta

Americans’ love affair with Puerto Vallarta shows no signs of slowing down and, next year, families have more options than ever to bring the kids to this popular destination. Carnival Cruise Line’s Carnival Miracle will make its first call to Puerto Vallarta in seven years in December 2019 with a seven-day cruise from San Diego […]

What to Pack While Cruising with a Baby

The all-inclusive, put-your-feet-up, don’t-have-to-think vacation atmosphere is almost too appealing to pass up. For those with young children and babies in tow, this includes you. Yes, traveling with a baby or toddler has its own set of rules, but new parents don’t have to miss out on the fun just because they have a little […]

Multigen Cruising with European Waterways

If you love the idea of cruising but prefer not to share your at-sea experience with thousands of other passengers on a mainstream cruise line, this may be the year to try a European Waterways hotel barge experience. Perfect for multigenerational family groups, the company is plying the rivers of Europe with a variety of […]

Royal Caribbean Makes Cruising Autism Friendly

Cruising is a great way to enjoy a fun family vacation but when it comes to accommodating special needs, they sometimes leave a lot to be desired. Royal Caribbean is hard at work to change that and make the high seas accessible for everyone with its autism-friendly ships. The cruise line has taken great care […]

Spotlight on Seabourn: Cuban Libre

Discover old-world Havana and the vibrant history of Cuba with an all-new cruise from Seabourn. The luxury cruise line just received approval for multiday cruises from Miami and San Juan, Puerto Rico, departing Nov. 4, 2019. While fall 2019 seems a world away now, families who cruise know booking early, especially on a new route, […]

Cruise Ship Terminal Revamp

The Carnival Long Beach Cruise Terminal stepped into the spotlight last month at an event celebrating its Hollywood-style makeover. The nips and tucks performed within the geodesic dome, once housing Howard Hughes’ Spruce Goose seaplane, revealed the improvised face of the Golden State. Families embarking onto sailings will now be greeted during check-in with lines […]