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(1) The Strand Cruise.

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(2) Pool deck of the Strand Cruise.

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(3) Living room of the Strand suite.

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(4) Spicy river snails on the menu on the Aria Amazon.

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(5) Designer cabin on Aria Amazon.

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(6) Aria Amazon at sea.

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(7) The Seabourn Encore Wintergarden suite.

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(8)The Seabourn Encore.

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(9) Pool deck of the Seabourn Encore.

Riding the wave

Smaller ships, luxury suites and more intrepid itineraries are giving cruising a newfound appeal
Aug 19, 2017 5:50 AM

THE MODERN TRAVELLER has high expectations. The rise of the 'sharing economy' and short-term rental companies such as Airbnb has made booking last-minute getaways in out-of-the-way destinations - and being able to immerse yourself into the local culture - a breeze. All of which has made certain

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