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Neil and Ida Down - Answered a Question by rogan (04 Dec 07 17:05)

Obviously the expected answer is the summer but we went in September, the last cruise of that season, and although we had some rain we were very lucky with the weather and in Ketchikan which gets 13 feet of rain a year we had a brilliant and dry time. It was also, they told us one of the best whale watching trips out of Skagway that year. The beauty of it was that it was also one of the cheapest of the Alaska cruises. So pick and pray really but it's a great cruising area...Nei.

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pellatt - Answered a Question by rogan (06 Dec 07 09:12)

We went to Alaska 24th August this year from Vancouver, we too had lovely weather, except for Ketchigan where we had a very wet day. Hubbard Glacier was viewed in brillant sunshine and was unforgetable. Choose your date and hope for the best I think because I'm sure you'll love it.

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scales - Answered a Question by rogan (08 Dec 07 20:02)

We went in mid-May last year & the weather was fantastic. No rain, blue skies, perfect. We chose a repositioning cruise, from LA on Celebrity Summit which had the added bonus of being a longer cruise than just 'Alaska'.

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Lago di Garda

By Dawn Gardener

 Back in october 2016, 5 colleagues and myself escorted a group from the MSC Splendida to Lake Garda and Venice.This was the first time I had been to Lake Garda or known locally as Lago di Garda. I was really looking forward to seeing this region of Italy and the famous lake that bring millions of visitors each year to this area of northern Italy.The lake is the largest in Italy and also has numerous small islands, from the main towns you can take the lake ferry which does a round trip s...

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Jan 10 2017 11:25:20:000AM


The Cuban Revelation!

By Freddie Moser

Freddie Moser's blog

No I don’t mean Cuban Revolution………Cuba – One of the most enigmatic places on the planet, is suddenly becoming a rather popular tourist hot-spot, but more importantly a winning cruise destination, a revelation, one might say……..Since the recent talks of a reconciliation between Cuba and the USA, the country has now become a new attraction for many a nationality.Of course here in the UK we have been holidaying in Cuba for years, and although it’s...

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Jan 10 2017 10:21:31:000AM

Norwegian Joy calling at Southampton

By Jo Cunningham

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The Norwegian Joy is the second of 3 Breakaway – Plus class ships to be launched and she is due to debut this summer. She is being built exclusively for the Chinese market and will be based in China. However NCL have promised to bring her to Southampton first and whilst details are still sketchy there are rumours thus week that she will overnight in port on the 3rd May 2017.The ship is a sister ship of the Norwegian Escape and is a large ship at 167,400 gt with 2200 cabins. She will ...

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Jan 13 2017 02:48:45:000PM