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The turtle pool at the Grand Cayman Turtle Farm.

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The turtle pool at the Grand Cayman Turtle Farm.

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Here are the past Cruisers of the Week (thank you one and all!):

Bill McNicholas
Bill McNicholas
Review: Caribbean Princess 7-day cruise to Cozumel, Roatan, Belize

1Our family enjoyed the cruise on the Caribbean Princess out of Houston for seven days in the Western Caribbean visiting Cozumel, Roatan, and Belize. The weather was clear, sunny, warm, and humid. It was totally relaxing for the most part except for ... See more

Andrew Kamphey
Andrew Kamphey
Guest post: Grand Cayman: 4 fun roadside outposts

2There are no billboards, no towering extinct animals, no mysterious signs along the highway. In fact, there is no highway. Grand Cayman has roadside attractions that are easy to miss along the winding road from where you arrive at the cruise port ... See more

Erin Manning
Erin Manning
Guest post: 10 photo tips to create great cruise memories

3Heading out on a cruise? You need a plan — a plan for taking better pictures. Here are the top 10 ways to capture great cruise photos ... See more

Hope Floats
Cathleen Huckaby, RN
Guest post: Hope Floats: Cruising for causes

4The nonprofit Hope Floats work with charities on seven Caribbean islands and gives cruise line passengers a way to perform volunteer work during a shore excursion. See more

Valerie Fidan
Guest post: Join the Groove Cruise & get your groove on!

5The music-themed cruise Groove Cruise, the world’s largest, most epic electronic dance music (EDM) dance party, has been making a splash for the last 11 years. See more

Judy Green Scheible
Ship review: ms Eurodam: A blend of old & new with plenty to entice

6Continually ranking No. 1 among Holland America Line's ships based on passenger ratings, ms Eurodam offers travelers a stylish, sophisticated blend of the old and the new.  See more

Valerie Perry
Feature: A perfect day in Aruba

7Author Valerie Perry details a shore excursion to De Palm Island in Aruba, where she spent a day snorkeling, snacking and lounging on a blissed-out beach.  See more

Shannon Kircher
Feature: 36 hours in Panama — a Travel Dispatch

8On recent getaway to Honduras and St. Maarten, my husband and I had 36 hours to spend in Panama City. Neither of us had spent any time in Panama City before, and it was a city that intrigued us. Here’s a quick guide to how we maximized our time in Panama's capital. See more

Don Bucolo
Review: Enchantment of the Seas

9The largest Vision class ship in the Royal Caribbean fleet, Enchantment of the Seas is the ship for a quick splash and dash to the Caribbean, offering three- and four-day round-trip cruises to the Bahamas. With eight bars, plenty of entertainment options, an adults-only Solarium pool, ... See more

Bob Jenkins
Feature: Un-Cruise Adventures: Nature up close

10The jigsaw puzzle came out after lunch on the third full day of the voyage. So did the humpback whale. Captivating us, the whale repeatedly fluttered an enormous pectoral fin above the frigid water, showed its back as it rose and sank, and blew misty ... See more

Robin Lampert
Visual List: Cruise tour of D-Day monuments in Normandy

11There are lots of ways to visit Normandy and the hallowed ground of those who give their lives to protect our freedoms. Instead of taking a river cruise, my husband and I opted for a Royal Princess cruise in July 2015 that included a day tour of Normandy, France. ... See more

Ellen Miller
Visual ListOur whirlwind travels through Myanmar

12Richard and I have traveled a lot in Asia. We've been to India many times over the past 50 years to visit and travel with a family (now regarded as "our family") who lives in Chennai. We love everything about Asia: the food, the people, the sights, the smells, the markets ... See more

Barb Webb
Post5 reasons Carnival is a great choice for family travel

13Planning the perfect family vacation is like chasing chickens to the coop in the rain – a difficult task that can get awful messy in the end. Ideally, you need to find ways to keep children entertained throughout the trip without creating a yawn-fest for the adults. Finding the right blend of activities is tricky. ... See more

Carmen Edelson
PostA look at Oasis of the Seas

14Oasis of the Seas was a ship that had, on this particular voyage, close to 6,000 passengers plus over 2,000 crew. Oh my! One would presume there would be crowds and congestion in the popular areas but this was not at all the case! ... See more

Barry Vaudrin
PostCelestyal Cruises: Old friend, new journeys

15I embarked on my first journey to Greece and Turkey yet the anticipation and thrill of this trip stirred my passion for travel by meeting up with an old friend and reminiscing of fond memories of the past. There were new experiences ... See more

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