The discovery channels

Archer, Jane
September 2010
Travel Weekly (UK);Sep2010 Cruise Supplement, Vol. 5, p18
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the growing popularity of exploration cruises. There are two types of exploration cruise including voyages to extreme destinations such and discovery cruises. Such voyages attract people who want to cruise to out-of-the-way places through ships. It is stated that combination of luxury and expedition cruising has been successful.


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