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Alaska
The 49th State, the largest in the U.S., is perfect for cruisers, with numerous opportunities to appreciate its vast natural beauty. Sail along the Inside Passage to visit the immense ice formations of Glacier Bay and Icy Strait, as well popular ports such as Ketchikan, Skagway and Juneau, the only U.S. state capital that's not accessible by car. Or travel further north to the Kenai Peninsula and nearby Anchorage, a perfect jumping-off point for cruise tours to Denali, Fairbanks and Canada's Yukon. Maybe you'll see a bear!
Eastern Mediterranean
if you're a fan of art and antiquities, a cruise to the Eastern Mediterranean is right up your alley. With itineraries that include the Adriatic/Dalmation Coast, Black Sea, Greek Isles and Holy Land, the region is a treasure trove for history lovers. Ports such as Venice and Athens have their own unique flavor, while the Greek Isles, Crete and Cypress lure beachgoers. Religion in the Eastern Mediterranean is varied, do don't miss Dubrovnik's ancient churches, Istanbul's breathtaking mosques or Jerusalem's vibrant synagogues.
Europe
Your biggest difficulty planning a European cruise is narrowing down where you want to go. A Western Mediterranean itinerary usually includes stops in Barcelona and Monaco, as well as ports in Italy. Eastern Mediterranean cruises encompass eastern Italy, Croatia and Greece, and sometimes even Turkey and Israel. A Baltic Sea voyage brings you to Scandinavia and Russia; the Norwegian Fjords carry their own beauty. Don't forget about British Isles cruises, which allow you to visit castles in England, Scotland and London. For sun lovers, it's hard to beat the Canary Islands.
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Hurricane Season 2018: Where Do Caribbean Cruise Ports Stand?
(12:45 p.m. EDT) -- It's hard to believe, but barely eight months after the destructive forces of Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria swept the Caribbean, it is once again hurricane season -- officially beginning on June 1. While most islands with cruise ports made a swift recovery, working to bring tourism dollars back into the economy just weeks after the storms, other destinations were less fortunate.The good news is that every single Caribbean cruise port is open and welcoming cruise ships and visitors. Dominica, which experienced widespread destruction, will host Carnival Cruise Line beginning in July; Barbuda, which evacuated all inhabitants of its small island in the wake of Irma, is expected to be back on track to receive cruisers onboard Windstar ships this November.

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