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- PORTS-OF-CALL INDEX. // Cruise Travel;Jul/Aug2009, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p32
The article lists several ports for cruise liners including Anguilla, Antigua, and Bahamas.
- CAN THIS SHIP BE SAVED? Koeppel, Dan; Ujifusa, Steven B. // Popular Mechanics;Jun2008, Vol. 185 Issue 6, p54
The article presents the author's views about the SS United States, which is one of the greatest ocean liners of the 20th century. The author says that although she has not sailed under her own power for nearly four decades, the United States has survived. The author also says that the largest...
- Anchors Aweigh. // Vanity Fair;Jan2004, Issue 521, p37
Features the Queen Mary 2, the largest ocean liner ever built that is set to embark on its maiden voyage in January 2004. Key features and specifications; Range of amenities for customers; Route to be taken by the ship in its maiden voyage.
- Queen Mary 2 keeps Cunard tradition alive and well. Larocque, Marilyn // Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);7/24/2006, Vol. 23 Issue 30, p35
The article reports on the tour of the Queen Mary 2 ocean liner in Long Beach Harbor, California. it gives a background of the history of the vessel. It describes the features of the ship. It tells about the variety of restaurants that offer different menus to its passengers.
- Aruba cruise visits exceed forecast. // International Cruise & Ferry Review;Spring/Summer2012, p41
The article reports on the increase in the number of cruise visitors that arrived in Aruba in December 2011. Topics discussed include the arrival of 103,268 cruise visitors during the period representing a 24.8 percent increase over the same period last year, the number of passengers that came...
- Day trip. HENDERSON, BOB; REID-SMITH, TRIS // Gay Times (09506101);Dec2009, Issue 375, p127
The article focuses on SS Great Britain, Bristol, the world's first great luxury ocean liner. The ship lives in dry-dock with a glass sea at the level to prevent it from rusting. A tour of the ship will give visitors an insight into a vital chapter in the seafaring heritage of Bristol. It...
- The Perfect Squelch. Adriance, Caroline // Saturday Evening Post;9/1/1956, Vol. 229 Issue 9, p66
The article presents an anecdote about Mrs. Furol who boarded the British liner on a hot day in New York for a visit to Europe. She immediately went to her cabin and then rang for a room steward. She complained about the shipboard heat, saying that there is lack of air and the room is...
- Queen of the Seas. // Time;7/14/1952, Vol. 60 Issue 2, p28
The article offers a look at the features of the superliner United States which was launched in July 1952, racing east from New York into the Atlantic Ocean. Such superliner was launched a century after the Pacific paddle-wheeler was launched in the U.S. The article also offers information on...
- Cruise-ship passengers drop by more than 260,000. Ryan, Frances // Caribbean Business;9/17/2009, Vol. 37 Issue 37, p40
The article reports on the decline in the number of cruise-ship passengers in Puerto Rico. It states that the cruise-ship industry benefited from the establishment of Pier 1, a small port-of-call facility that was built in the 1970s to complement the growing airline industry. In 2009, the state...