Get off the cruise ship and swim with the dolphins, take in a bullfight or tour a tequila factory while you're docked in Puerto Vallarta. Book one of these excursions before you set sail!
See our list of some city-focused cruise itineraries worth considering, from major lines to smaller river cruises.
Cruises, which center trips around interests (hobbies, music, wine) or target markets (gays, singles, kids) present a lot of unique opportunities.
The appeal of traveling aboard smaller, slower ships on the nation's rivers and bays holds a growing appeal.
Here's a rundown of 5 cruising trends to help you plan a high-seas adventure in 2012.
Take a closer look at Royal Caribbean's Allure of the Seas.
The growth of so-called megaships (those that carry at least 2,000 passengers) started in the late 1980s with Royal Caribbean's Sovereign class.
Get the latest in cruising news from spikes in the Tipping Guidelines to disruptions in travel to new super cruise lines hitting the water.
Cruising has its highs and its lows and you should be prepared for anything. To help keep you on your toes, we've put together this list of some of the biggest cruising mishaps.
A Danube River cruise is a great way to experience Europe at a leisurely pace with stops at charming historic towns and cities in Hungary, Slovakia, Austria and Germany.
Read on to discover what cruises we recommend for all your spring break needs.
Here are our 10 favorite aspects of sailing aboard the Queen Mary 2.
Cruising tips to know before you go.
The Southern Caribbean offers a stunning array of cultural diversity.
Here's why cruising around Alaska on the Bering Sea aboard Clipper Odyssey is a life-changing travel experience.