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Each week our cruise experts submit what they consider the best cruise opportunities currently available. Some cruises are staff favorites, some offer unique experiences, and some are simply amazing deals. Below are our Editor's Top Ten Cruises:
  Canal Cruising: 10-Day Island Princess X $1139
  Cruise the Panama Canal this fall and winter on Princess's newest ship, the spectacular Island Princess. Sails round-trip from Ft. Lauderdale, making ports of call in Panama Canal, Puerto Limon (Costa Rica), Grand Cayman, and Cozumel..

  A Glorious New Ship: 7-Day Caribbean. $618
  Last July, Carnival unleashed its latest and greatest floating city, the Carnival Glory, sister to the Conquest. The 110,000-ton, 3,427-passenger Glory will be based year-round in Port Canaveral, making it the ideal ship for families looking to combine a fun-filled cruise with a few days in Orlando's theme parks. Sails round-trip from Port Canaveral to the Eastern and Western Caribbean on alternating weeks..

  A Canadian Voyage: 5-Day Canada/New England. $598
  Go leaf-peeping in style this year aboard one of Royal Caribbean's largest ships. Cruises round-trip from New York, with ports of call in Saint John, New Brunswick and Halifax, Nova Scotia..

  Go Dutch in the Mediterranean: 12-Day HAL Westerdam. $1410
  Immerse yourself in Old World culture this fall aboard Holland America's sparkling Westerdam, the newest ship in their fleet. Sails from Venice, stopping in Venice, Italy; Dubrovnik, Croatia; Santorini, Greece; Rhodes, Greece; Samos, Greece; Kusadasi/Ephesus, Turkey; Piraeus (Athens), Greece; Katakolon/Olympia, Greece; and Valletta, Malta..

  The Dawn of a New Day: 7-Day Bahamas. $689
  Relax in the warm waters of the Bahamas this fall onboard Norwegian's latest masterpiece, the dazzling Norwegian Dawn. Cruises round-trip from New York (year-round!), making ports of call in Port Canaveral (Orlando), Miami, Nassau (Bahamas), and Great Stirrup Cay (Bahamas)..

  A Starry Celebrity: 7-Day Sailings on the Constellation. $642
  Cruise the Southern Caribbean on Celebrity's magnificent new ship, the classy, sophisticated Constellation. Sails round-trip from San Juan, making ports of call in Dominican Republic, Barbados, Grenada, Antigua and St. Thomas..

  A Tahitian Treat: 10-Day Cruises. $1139
  Formerly the Renaissance R4, the Tahitian Princess has been offering ten-day South Pacific cruises since last August. These sailings have been amazingly popular, which isn't surprising given the combination of unbelievably low rates and itineraries that define the word "exotic." The Tahitian Princess sails round-trip from Papeete, Tahiti, with ports of call in Huahine, Raratonga, Tahaa, Raiatea, Moorea, and Bora Bora..

  A Mega-Ship for a Mini-Price: 7-Day Mariner of the Seas. $726
  The Mariner of the Seas, the latest in the line of Royal Caribbean's eye-popping floating cities (Adventure, Explorer, Navigator, Voyager), promises to live up the expectations set by her flamboyent sisters. With a rock-climbing wall, ice-skating rink, ten restaurants, and eight bars among her many amenities, you definitely won't lack for excitement aboard the Mariner. Cruise round-trip from Miami to the Eastern and Western Caribbean on alternating weekends..

  Z is for Zuiderdam: 7-Day Caribbean. $542
  Since its launch last December, the Holland America Zuiderdam has quickly become one the most popular ships in Holland's fleet, winning rave reviews from both passengers and critics (in case you're wondering, "Zuider" rhymes with "cider"). The Zuiderdam will continue its alternating series on Eastern and Western Caribbean..

  The Conquest of New Orleans: 7-Day Caribbean Cruises. $618
  Cruise Carnival-style this fall on the brand-spanking-new Conquest, Carnival's biggest and funnest "fun ship" yet. Round-trip from New Orleans, with stops in Montego Bay, Grand Cayman, and Cozumel..
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