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CRUISE, mar. law. A voyage or expedition in quest of vessels or fleets of the enemy which may be expected to sail through any particular track of the sea, at a certain season of the year the region in which these cruises are performed is usually termed the rendezvous or cruising latitude.
     2. When the ships employed for this purpose, which are accordingly called cruisers, have arrived at the destined station, they traverse the sea, backwards and forwards, under an easy sail, and within a limited space, conjectured to be in the track of their expected adversaries. Wesk. Ins. h.t.; Lex Merc. Rediv. 271, 284; Dougl. 11. 509; Park. Ins. 58; Marsh. Ins. 196, 199, 520; 2 Gallis. 268.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Hamadeh added that when it comes to cruising, people are looking for more unique and interesting experiences tailored to their requirements that are created by experts specialised in the sector.
Ports of call: Newcastle, UK - Cruising Lysefjord - Bergen, Norway - Olden, Nordfjord, Norway - Cruising Nordfjord - Cruising by Hornelen - FlA[yen]m, Aurlandsfjord, Norway - Cruising NA[bar]rA[cedilla]yfjord - Cruising Sognefjord - Cruising by Fureberg Waterfall, Maurangerfjord - Cruising Hardangerfjord - Eidfjord, Hardangerfjord, Norway - Newcastle, UK
We are delighted to be working with Qatar Tourism Authority as the host and holding the forum in Qatar, a new destination for the event, reinforces this as an important inter-regional platform for the future of cruising in the Arabian Gulf.'
The Destinations Theatre will offer insights from river cruising in Europe, the US and Asia, family cruising in the Med to Cruising the Caribbean.
In 1897, a British Medical Journal wrote that a short West Indies cruise provided, "opportunities for recovering health," saying "the most delightful days of peace and leisure may be passed doing nothing ..." (A Brief History of Cruising, March 14, 2011, cruisepassenger.com.au).
Rachael Jackson, of Fred Olsen, said: "Many barriers to cruising in people's minds are 'myths' and misconceptions which we hope we will remove with this promise.
Designed like a traveller's photo journal, the brochure showcases each cruise line with a pictorial photo spread as elegant as the ships themselves -- and includes family friendly options, a "what's ideal" selection for couples and honeymooners, "the adventure in cruising as a single traveller", and "recommendations for passengers with disabilities" - all designed to allow you to make the ideal choice before you cruise!
ses: 0843 373 0111 and www.pocruises.co.uk; Fred Olsen Cruise Lines: 0800 0355 245 and www.fredolsencruises.com; Cruise Thomas Cook: 0800 916 6070 and www.thomascook.com/cruises Special deals on cruising costs Thomas Cook, which sells about one in six of all cruises sold to UK passengers, lists special deals available from other lines as: | Cunard, part of Carnival: It offers the low 10% deposit, one free added bonus, such as a free flight or transfer, plus the price protection to safeguard early bookers.
New York (CruiseGuide - Cruising News) Oct 21, 2012
The online survey of over 300 CLIA-member agents, conducted in early July, measured several major aspects of the cruise industry from the agent perspective, including consumer confidence and attitudes toward cruising, popular cruise destinations, passenger demographics, and booking patterns.
The event will see almost all the major cruise and specialist operators under one roof, and will include everything from ocean cruising to river cruising to staying put in a hotel barge.
Don't be fooled by that old wives' tale that cruising is for old folks,' the truth is that cruising today is a vibrant experience.