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The guides on the net will help you find the best deal on your cruise vacation and give you information and ideas about all of the available options. That said, you may not want to book a cruise over the net without first talking to an experienced travel agent about the endless options. Otherwise, you may end up on a ship that is loaded with silver-haired retirees or screaming kids!

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This site is operated by one of the largest travel companies in the U.S. and emphasizes its ability to offer the lowest price for all cruise vacations from all of the major lines.

Travel + Leisure - Cruises
Great content on cruises from this excellent travel magazine.

Cruise Lines International Association
This association has put together a very useful web site to help you plan your cruise. One section will help you find a certified travel agency that specializes in certain types of cruises. The site also includes articles about cruise vacations and links to all of the major cruise lines.

Cruise Direct Online
This site emphasizes helping you find a cruise that fits your tastes.


Best Cruise Lines for the Money
Since a cruise is basically a package deal, with lodging, food and entertainment all included in one price, a vacation at sea is often a better value than a land-based getaway – if you choose wisely. To help you make the most of your travel budget, U.S. News ranked the following cruise lines based on a methodology that factors in itinerary affordability, health ratings and reputation among experts and travelers.

12 Best Cruises for First Timers
Planning your first cruise can feel like an overwhelming undertaking. There are indeed so many choices, from "party boats" in the Caribbean and luxury yachts in the Mediterranean to river cruises in Asia and expedition ships in Antarctica. You need to put some careful thought into just what kind of traveler you are (Foodie? Adventurer? Night owl?) and which type of cruise vacation you really want, while also factoring in such practicalities as budget, the departure port and the length of the trip.

After a Year on Pause, Cruise Itineraries Are Looking Better Than Ever
New ports, new ships, new offerings—here's what to expect as cruising readies its comeback.

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