Cruise West

August 2009
CruiseGuide;8/3/2009, p1
The article reports on the announcement made by Cruise West regarding its plan to operate 38 worldwide itineraries. It states that the new itineraries include 29 new ships with non stop voyages in 75 countries and 300 ports around the world. Voyages will include 175 departures with visits to 92 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.


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