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Cruiseable updates Blog post October 30, 2015
Porthole writes about the Cruiseable app in its October 2015 issue.

Porthole writes about the Cruiseable app in its October 2015 issue.

Cruiseable gets a shoutout from Porthole

We're big fans of Porthole magazine. So it was a pleasant surprise the other day when I opened the latest issue while on the treadmill in the gym and spotted their app roundup.

No. 1 on their hit list this week: the free Cruiseable app for iOS (iPhone and iPad). Check out the highlights on Cruiseable or download it from Apple's App Store

Cruiseable — both the app and the website — helps people discover, plan and book a great cruise vacation through the use of one-of-a-kind technologies, like our Bliss Filters and Compare Cruises tool, and independent travel journalism.

Whether you're a first-time cruiser or have hundreds under your belt, Cruiseable offers the following:

  • Hundreds of travel guides to all the major ports in the world;
  • Hundreds of feature articles from our crackerjack team of travel writers and cruise bloggers; 
  • More than 10,000 gorgeous high-quality photos of ships and destinations; 
  • Lots of special offers from our alliance with 32 major cruise lines (all the ones you've heard of and more) and travel partners
  • Lots more on the way, and we'd love to hear from you what you'd like to see. 

Porthole is a 95% offline publication — remember print? The next issue arrives Nov. 10. If you're a cruise enthusiast, you should subscribe (like we do); it costs $19.95 a year. 

JD Lasica
I'm co-founder, Editor and chief cat herder at Cruiseable. Follow your cruise bliss to any land where it may lead. Let's connect! I'm @jdlasica on Twitter.

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