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It is smart to arrive in your ship’s embarkation port city at least one day prior to sailing—if you miss the boat, catching up with it could be more expensive than your cruise itself! So unless you live in the port city/region, flying in a day early dramatically improves your odds of catching the boat. You’ll need a place to sleep, and here are some tips that have helped me pick the best cruise hotel for past trips. The tips don’t all necessarily work together, so pick what’s most important to you: Stay near the pier. Some cities are really great for this. In Vancouver, BC, the upscale Pan Pacific Hotel is literally above the pier where many ships dock, in the same complex. The staff there [&hellip

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My 2015 New Year’s Cruise Resolutions: As 2014 takes its final breaths, I’m taking a breath too and considering how lucky I was to go on a cruise during the year. As always, it’s my favorite way to vacation! So I’m thinking ahead for 2015 and realize that if I don’t set goals–i.e., resolutions–dreams don’t become realities. So, I’m looking forward and making these five New Years Cruise resolutions for 2015: What are your cruise dreams and resolutions for 2015? Add them at the bottom of this post in the “leave a reply” section. Take at least one cruise this year to a destination I’ve never visited. My plan: the South Pacific. I’ve always loved the idea of going to remote places, and to me [&hellip

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If you’re cruising this season, here are a few holiday cruise tips I’ve gleaned during the three Christmas cruises I’ve taken (mind you, it’s not my favorite time to cruise). Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Solstice, Kwanza, Festivus, or None-of-the-Above, all of us at MeetMeOnBoard.com wish for you a safe and enjoyable mid-winter-time

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