Best in Cruises From Ship to Shore

Murphy, Jen
September 2006
Food & Wine;Sep2006, Vol. 29 Issue 9, p54
The article focuses on the new amusements and services offered by cruise ships. The Freedom of the Seas cruiseliner owned by Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. is the world's largest cruise ship which has 40-foot wave pool, a 43-foot rock climbing wall, and ice-skating rink and a full-size boxing ring. SeaDream Yacht Club's yacht-like ships have retractable marinas that unfold into the water o guests can snorkel, kayak, water-ski or wakeboard off the stern.


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