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- With so much emphasis placed on cruise ships themselves, from zip-lining and massive water slides to Michelin-quality restaurants to greasy burger joints, it’s sometimes hard to remember that a big part of cruising is seeing the world that lies beyond the lido deck. If you’re looking to cruise to an entirely new region or even just to try out a few different ports on a favorite itinerary, Cruisin Susan cruise blog recommends that you read on to find out which cruise destinations we think are buzzworthy this year.
All the way from the world-famous Beale Street in Memphis, Tenn., Holland America Line has launched the B.B. King’s Blues Club aboard MS Eurodam, with the ship’s Queen’s Lounge transformed into a vibrant blues musical experience. Five nights each week on cruises through June 20, 2013, world-class musicians from the B.B. King Blues Club Band create a dynamic energy to move the crowd to sing and dance along. The eight-piece band features two vocalists backed by a drummer, bassist, guitarist, sax player, trumpet player and Hammond B-3 organ player.
Princess Cruises’ first-ever cruise to support U.S. veterans will feature a number of special guests including former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Admiral Michael Mullen (Ret.); retired senior officers from the Army, Navy and Air Force; an award-winning war correspondent; and other respected speakers, authors and panelists.
We offer an enthusiastic cruise blog news salute for the groundbreaking sailing will raise funds for two respected veterans’ organizations – Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund Inc. and Operation Homefront Inc. The voyage is expected to generate $1 million for the two charities.
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