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Variety Cruises is joining Royal Caribbean and Norwegian with a family promotion.
The Norwegian Epic is becoming the largest vessel ever to sail year-round in Europe.
The sailing ship line is waiving fees for solo travelers on 11 upcoming voyages.
The new program will be available with select sailings to Bermuda and Europe.
River line Grand Circle is offering the promotion on a single sailing.
The 710-passenger vessel sails in Europe and elsewhere around the globe.
TV personality Buddy Valastro's creations will be aboard more than a dozen vessels.
Upscale line Paul Gauguin is marking down a dozen sailings.
The new promotion is available on select sailings around the globe.
Cruisers can make pasta, sample various kinds of olive oil and learn about coastal wines.
The line is moving Rhapsody of the Seas from Alaska for the new itineraries.
The group will perform two shows on a four-day cruise to the Bahamas.
Tauck has announced a new policy of free unlimited drinks on its four river cruise ships.
Foodie fans of Bravo TV's "Top Chef" may want to set their sights on a Celebrity cruise.
Small ship takes cruisers to remote villages and areas that can only be reached by ship.
Carnival cut the first steel on its new Vista, a 135,000-ton vessel set to debut in 2016.
Sail to islands near the Thai border that were closed to foreigners until the late 1990s.
The South is on sale this spring with a deal on Blount Small Ship Adventures sailings.