Musings on cruising: The many nuances and joys of traveling by ship

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Musings on cruising: The many nuances and joys of traveling by ship

The Norwegian Spirit docks in April at the small port town of Katakolon, Greece, which is about 25 miles from Ancient Olympia. The ship accommodates just over 2,000 passengers. Its 920-member crew, representing more than 58 nationalities, works for three departments – Deck (officers, administrative functions and medical), Engine (all mechanical and electrical systems) and Hotel (stewards, cruise director and galley and bar staff.).

Musings on cruising: The many nuances and joys of traveling by ship

The Norwegian Spirit docks in April at the small port town of Katakolon, Greece, which is about 25 miles from Ancient Olympia. The ship accommodates just over 2,000 passengers. Its 920-member crew, representing more than 58 nationalities, works for three departments – Deck (officers, administrative functions and medical), Engine (all mechanical and electrical systems) and Hotel (stewards, cruise director and galley and bar staff.).
On the Net

www.cruisecritic.com – professional articles and reviews from passengers on virtually every cruise-related subject.allthingscruise.com – billed as the ultimate resource for cruise lovers.www.tripadvisor.com – reviews of cruises and ports, including specific attractions at ports.www.cruising.org/cruise – Cruise Lines International Association, information for travelers as well as industry data and trends.https://www.f-cca.com – Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association, an industry association site.

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