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  • American Cruise Lines - Small cruise line offering cruises on the US Eastern Seaboard on American-flagged small ships (none larger than 100 guests).
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  • Carnival Cruise Lines - Popular, mass-market cruise line with sailings to the Caribbean, Mexico, Europe and Alaska. Information about destinations, excursions, and life on board. Direct bookings.
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  • Celebration Cruise Line - Offers two night sailings from Fort Lauderdale, FL to Nassau, Bahamas on the Regal Empress.
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  • Celebrity X Cruises - Line operating ten ships sailing in the Caribbean, Alaska, Europe and South America. Offers online booking.
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  • Clipper Stad Amsterdam - Tall ship sailing vessel built in modern times but with traditional sails and ambiance. Dutch-registered, voyages in Europe and the Caribbean. Charters available.
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  • Compagnie des Îles du Ponant - French line with modern sailing vessels on exotic itineraries around the world.
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  • Coral Princess Cruises - Small cruise line with small-ship expedition cruises in Australia's Great Barrier Reef, New Zealand and small South Pacific islands.
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  • Costa Cruises - Large, "Italian style" contemporary cruise line with sailings in the Mediterranean and Caribbean. Offers online booking.
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  • Cruise West - Small-ship line (maximum capacity 102 guests) sails in Alaska, the Pacific Northwest, Mexico, Costa Rica and northern Asia. Includes a crew and officer blog written from the ships.
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  • Crystal Cruises - High-end cruise line with mid-size ships sailing relatively exotic, longer itineraries. Numerous theme cruises each year. Includes a travel agent finder.
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  • Cunard Line - Luxury line following British ocean liner tradition. Trans-Atlantic crossings, around-the-world, Caribbean and European cruises. Includes historic information and a travel agent finder
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  • Disney Cruise Line - Family-oriented, Disney-themed cruises on modern and well-appointed ships. Caribbean and Mediterranean itineraries.
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  • Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines - Offer cruises to many worldwide destinations. Ships, destinations and deals.
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  • Galapagos Voyager Cruise - Galapagos Islands cruises on a 16-guest yacht. Includes destination, ship and booking information.
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  • Great Lakes Cruise Company - Small-ship cruise line sailing the Great Lakes between the U.S. and Canada. Owned by Conlin Travel.
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  • Hebridean Island Cruises - Very high-end Scottish luxury line operating small ships around Northern Europe, the Med, the Caribbean and South America. Pricing is more inclusive than most.
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  • Holland America Cruise Line - Large, premium-priced line known for gracious service. Mid-sized ships sail to Alaska, Caribbean, Europe and exotic locations including an annual around-the-world cruise. Offers direct booking.
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  • Hurtigruten the Norwegian Coastal Voyage - Exploration-oriented cruise line focused on remote, beautiful coastlines in Norway, Greenland and Antarctica.
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  • Innersea Discoveries - American Safari Cruises - Provides sailings to Alaska, Pacific Northwest, Hawaii and Mexico on small vessels (12-86 guests). Itineraries feature close-up viewing of wildlife. Seattle, Washington.
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  • Island Cruises - UK-targeted line that sails to the Mediterranean, Caribbean, trans-Atlantic. Offers online booking
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  • Kimberley Discovery Cruises - River & coast cruises in the Kimberley region, Western Australia on a 22-guest vessel.
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  • Kristina Cruises - Small Finnish line with older vessels. Baltic, Finland, Red Sea, Western Europe and Mediterranean itineraries. Formerly known as Rannikkolinjat. Available in English and Finnish
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  • Lady M - Ten-guest motor boat offering 14-night cruises on the Australian Kimberley coast, from either Darwin or Broome. Includes specifications, dates, rates, pictures and contact form.
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  • Lindblad Expeditions - Adventure cruises and exotic vacations to the Galapagos, Alaska, and Antarctica. Includes extensive information on destinations and affiliation with National Geographic
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  • Louis Cruises - Mediterranean and Black Sea cruises on older vessels.
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  • The Majestic Line - Traditional 12-guest wooden vessels offering cruises along the western coast of Scotland.
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  • MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company - Italian cruise line with a large, modern fleet operating in the Mediterranean, Atlantic and Caribbean
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  • North Star Cruises Australia - Australian wilderness and coral reef diving itineraries aboard the yacht True North, which features an on-board helicopter.
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  • Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) - Mass market line with large ships offering "freestyle" cruising: no set dining times, no dress codes, numerous extra-charge restaurants. Sails to the Caribbean, Mexico, Alaska, and Europe. Also operates NCL America, a US-flagged subsidiary operating in Hawaii. Offers online booking
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  • Oceania Cruises - "Upscale" line positioned below luxury and above premium. Sails to exotic locations on mid-size ships.
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  • P&O Australia - Large ship sailings around Australia and in the South Pacific, departing from Sydney and Brisbane.
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  • P&O Cruises - British line with worldwide destinations including Europe, Australia, Caribbean and a World Cruise. Offers online booking.
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  • Paul Gauguin Luxury Cruises - Luxury ship servicing Tahiti, French Polynesia, and the South Pacific. Contains information on ports, itineraries, a ship tour, and booking information.
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  • Princess Cruises - Large, mid-price cruise line with ships that sail to a wide range of North American and exotic destinations. Offers online booking.
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  • Regent Seven Seas Cruises - Small luxury line with mid-size ships (under 700 guests each) that sail on longer cruises to relatively exotic destinations. Formerly known as Radisson Seven Seas Cruises.
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  • Royal Caribbean International (RCI) - Mass-market line known for innovative large ships with features such as rock-climbing walls and onboard surfing. Sails to the Caribbean, Mexico, Alaska, Europe, South America and Asia. Offers online booking.
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  • Sea Cloud Cruises - Two tall sailing ships in the Caribbean and Mediterranean and river cruisers operating in European waterways.
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  • Sea Wolf Adventures - Classic, 12-guest vessel offers natural history and wildlife adventure cruising in Glacier Bay Alaska, British Columbia and the San Juan Islands.
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  • Seabourn Cruise Line - Luxury vacations on large yachts. Known for highly personalized service, formal atmosphere, and water sports off the ship's own marina. Sailings to a range of exotic destinations worldwide.
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  • SeaDream Yacht Club - Small, high-end line with ships that carry up to 110 guests. Relatively exotic destinations and access to small ports. Offers charters
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  • Sikumi Alaska Cruises - Small-ship Alaska cruises on the M.V. Sikumi, a 12-guest converted trawler.
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  • Silversea Cruises - High-end line with small ships (250-400 guests). Relatively long sailings to a range of exotic destinations around the world.
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  • Spirit of Adventure - Value-oriented discovery and exploration-oriented cruises on a classic (i.e., older) ship to South America, Antarctica, Europe, Africa, and the Caribbean. Offers online booking.
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  • Star Clippers - Tall ship sailing vessels in the Caribbean, the Mediterranean and the Far East. Offers charters and a travel agent finder
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  • Star Cruises - Large Asian cruise line with modern ships sailings primarily out of Singapore, Hong Kong, and Malaysia. Offers both gambling-oriented short cruises and longer voyages.
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  • Travel Dynamics International - Small line with small ships focused on cultural and educational travel. Sails to the Mediterranean, South America and Antarctica. Offers charters as well as scheduled cruises
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  • Variety Cruise - Small yacht sailings in the Greek Islands and the Red Sea.
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  • Viking Star Cruises - Small-yacht cruises in the Greek islands on sailing and motor vessels. Focus is on time in port, with an average of just 4 hours per day at sea.
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  • Voyages of Discovery - Value-oriented discovery cruises on a classic ship to exotic destinations including Antarctica, South America, Northern Europe, and the South Pacific.
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  • Windstar Cruise Line - Casual-atmosphere luxury cruises on small vessels (100-200 guests). Ships use sails and diesel power. Mediterranean, Caribbean and Central America itineraries.
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  • The World of ResidenSea - Luxury residences available for condo-style purchase aboard "The World" cruise liner. Occasionally short-term rentals are possible.
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