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sail

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sail

travel along

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an ocean trip taken for pleasure

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drive around aimlessly but ostentatiously and at leisure

travel at a moderate speed

look for a sexual partner in a public place

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sail or travel about for pleasure, relaxation, or sightseeing

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The next morning will be spent in Juneau and the afternoon will find NORDIC PRINCE cruising Tracy Arm Fjord.
The 24-knot cruising speed of the Legend of the Seas makes it one of the only cruise ships in the world which can sail such a cruise in 11 nights.
Viking River Cruises, the world leader in river cruising, offers quality service, gourmet cuisine and comfortable scenic cruising along Europe, Russia and China's majestic rivers.
Raymond Derek, 65, of Hollywood, a dance host for Cunard Lines, said he enjoys making women cruising alone feel part of the ship's social life.
Forgoing second-hand, anonymous information and promotional hype, Cruise Insider is packed with insider news on ship reviews and a one-of- a-kind breakthrough listing of theme cruises plus unfettered editorial highlighting cruising pros and cons.
Chairman and CEO Dick West said, "We are delighted to expand our operations to the East Coast and to offer our guests exciting, additional itineraries in the up-close, casual, and personal style of cruising that have branded our ships for over 60 years.
Nude cruising isn't merely streakers going to sea, though.
publishes a magazine entitled World of Cruising, which provides useful information about new cruise trends and developments and also has an updated list of discount cruises to worldwide destinations.
Oceania Cruises lures guests who enjoy casual country club elegance at sea while cruising to an array of extraordinary ports around the world.
It used to be that only one out of five cruisers took their children along, but within the last few years that figure has doubled -- and during the summer season, we find that family cruising is especially strong.
Cruising has become a phenomenally popular form of travel for North Americans and has been a steadily growing segment of the travel business for the past 30 years.
Our Cardmembers enjoy the luxury and excitement of cruising, and we are certain that they will appreciate the fine service and amenities which Seven Seas Cruise Line provides.
Live" is partnering with NCL America and their stunning new ship, Pride of America, cruising the historic ports of the Eastern United States on her maiden voyage.
And Alaska will break all cruising records next summer, with its highest passenger capacity to date.
From its modest beginnings in 1965 with a single ship cruising to Mexico, Princess has grown to become one of the premiere cruise lines in the world.