Disney Cruise Line is launching new itineraries in 2014
that combine family-friendly activities with international
adventure. Choose from a nine-night Mediterranean
cruise, a seven-night Southern Caribbean voyage, and a
single-offering, nine-night Alaska sailing. It’s also the first
time the fleet will feature Venice, Italy; and San Juan, Puerto
Rico, as departure cities. Arrive a few days early to add extra
enchantment to your vacation, and then enjoy new ports of
call such as Grenada or the Greek Isles. Don’t be surprised if
you soon find yourself humming “It’s a Small World After All.”
oes molten lava cake sound like a forbidden
food? Not to Celebrity Cruises, which has
called in the experts to expand its healthful
onboard dining options. More than 60 dishes
on all Celebrity ships will soon bear the stamp of approval
from SPE Certified, a science-based food consulting and
certification program. Each item is high in nutrients and
low in salt, saturated fats, and processed ingredients.
However, flavor comes first; featured dishes include
salmon tartare with celery-root puree, roasted pork loin
with smoky red cabbage, and yes, even delectable molten
lava cake.
The launch of a new ship is always eagerly anticipated. So
when Viking River Cruises christened ten ships at once this
year (which set a Guinness World Record), it was quite an
affair. And Viking’s not stopping there: 12 new Longship-class
vessels will be introduced in 2014. Each ship will include 95
staterooms, exclusive suites, and innovative features such as
an indoor/outdoor lounge with retractable glass doors, solar
panels, and an organic herb garden.
Best of all, Longships will sail on
Viking’s most popular European itin-
eraries, including Amsterdam and
Eastern Europe.
Introducing Hurtigruten, now available through Interval Travel. With a
120-year history of navigating Norway’s west coast waters, the
cruise line’s smaller boats (ranging in capacity from 318 to 1,000
passengers) and out-of-the-ordinary itineraries are perfect for an
alternative cruising experience. Hurtigruten offers sailings to
Antarctica (with stops in Argentina and Chile), October through
March; the Arctic and Greenland, May through August; and Western
Europe, the Baltics, Norway, and trans-Atlantic crossings in spring
and fall. Norwegian fjords cruises are offered year-round: Witness
the winter’s captivating northern lights,
or summer’s midnight sun.
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