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Cruising vacations are relaxing, enjoyable and sometimes one of the best ways to see a region. Parts of Alaska or Norway, for example, can only be seen by cruise ships. Here are some of our favorite Go World Travel articles on cruising. Perhaps they will inspire you to take to the seas and plan a cruise of your own. Happy cruising!

Cruising through the Suez Canal. Flickr/Darren Puttock

The Egyptian Caravan: Cruise Through the Suez Canal

A traveler's journey through the Suez Canal, the artificial sea level waterway connecting the Red Sea and the Mediterranean.
The Shwedagon Pagoda in Myanmar. Photo by Sherrill Bodine

Mysterious, Magical Myanmar

When a traveler journeys through the villages of Myanmar, she finds welcoming people and unexpected enlightenment.

Cruising the Rivers of France on an Inflatable Raft

River cruising is popular in France, but when your mode of transportation is a raft, it's a different way to see the French countryside.
Penguins in Antarctica: Cruise Antartica

Antarctica: Cruising the Continent

What’s cruising without docking near a gift shop? There are no permanent human residents here but you can leave with souvenirs.
Best scenic cruises

World’s Top 7 Scenic Cruises

Sometimes, the best view is from the deck of a cruise ship. Here are our seven picks for the top scenic cruises
The view of sunny San Francisco from a balcony on the Crown Princess. Photo by Rob Woods

If You Only Have a Day in San Francisco

What can you see and do in San Francisco if you only have 12 hours there? It urns out -- a lot!
Images at dawn from the waterfront at Baddec

Sailing on Bras d’Or Lake: Nova Scotia

A sailing cruise on Bras d’Or Lake, the largest inland sea in Canada, is a wonderful way to see Cape Breton and the natural beauty of Nova Scotia.
The Heritage sails the waters of Maine, followed by the Lewis R. French. Photo Maine Windjammer Association

Maine Windjammers: 5 Questions on Sailing with an Historic Tall Ship

Windjammer cruises are a new concept for many, so we asked the experts at the Maine Windjammer Association a few questions. Here's what they had to say.
Cruising with small ship in Baja Califoria Sur

Small Ship Cruising in Baja California Sur

Baja California Sur is a traveler’s paradise, and a trip along the Sea of Cortez with the M.V. Westward showcases the peninsula at its best.
Small ship cruise in Alaska

Intimate Alaskan Cruise: Small Ship, Big Land

What's the best cruise in Alaska? This cozy cruise offers glimpses of glaciers, wildlife and non-touristy Alaska.

Watching Your Favorite Sports at Sea

For those who don't want to miss a big game while cruising, ESPN now offers sports coverage on all major Caribbean cruise line.
Visiting the Vancouver Lookout is a great trip idea for families.

48 Hours in Vancouver, British Columbia

This popular cruise port is a world-class city -- and it's well worth exploring.
Alaska travel offers the chance to see Glacier Bay.

Cruising Alaska: America’s Coolest State Offers the Warmest Welcome

Cool off on an Alaskan cruise for decadent dining and up-close glacier viewing.
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Sailing Adventure: Windjammer Cruise in Maine

Cruising in Maine is a unique experience. Instead of massive cruise ships, a small fleet of historic wooden tall ships called windjammer explore the coast of Maine.

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