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The Bar Harbor Pie Shop You CANNOT Pass Up

For many, a Christian cruise to Canada & New England is a lifelong dream come true. A big, bucket list item to cross off your travel itinerary during the season...   Read more

First-Time Cruiser? You’re Not Alone!

Having visited my first foreign country at the age of four, and living abroad by my early twenties, I’ve never hesitated to call myself a world traveler. But in spite...   Read more

Traveling Solo on a Christian Cruise

The lunch meetup was set for 12:15 where a small group of exuberant travelers gathers outside the ms Eurodam’s Dining Room. Hugs are exchanged as are pictures and stories from...   Read more

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Island Splendor: Listen! The Caribbean is Calling

Known for white-sand beaches, turquoise waters and a vibrant culture, the Caribbean has long been one of the most popular travel destinations in the world. And for North American travelers,...   Read more

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5 Surprises from My First Alaska Cruise

There were so many things I was looking forward to as I packed, planned and got ready to embark on my first cruise to Alaska. I thought I knew what...   Read more

An Unexpected Life Lesson from Charles Stanley

After waking up for the first time on a cruise ship and enjoying a blissful breakfast overlooking the Pacific, it was time for the ‘main course’. After all, this wasn’t...   Read more

Whale Watching with Michael W. Smith

If you got the chance to talk with Michael W. Smith, you’d probably want to ask him something about the music he’s made over the years. But if you asked...   Read more

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HAWAII: Catching the Aloha Spirit

Those who venture to Hawaii’s coasts are met with an unforgettable ‘aloha’ welcome. Decades ago, every incoming passenger was made to feel like royalty as greeters welcomed them with a...   Read more

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The Makings of a Memory by Sandi Patty

There’s always that one moment we look forward to, isn’t there? We spend months (or longer) excited about our getaway, often imagining a cherished scene playing out before our eyes....   Read more

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The Rivers of Europe: An Immersive Cultural Experience

For decades, cruise ships have been known for size and extravagance—and rightly so. Mega-ships sail beloved routes in the Caribbean and along the coast of Alaska. Passengers love the attractive...   Read more

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