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Cruise execs beam optimism about China despite challenges
From left, Travel Weekly China's Susan Li, Royal Caribbean's Zinan Liu, Carnival's Arnold Donald, Norwegian Cruise Holdings' Frank Del Rio, MSC's Gianni Onorato and Travel Weekly's Arnie Weissmann during the opening session of CruiseWorld China.

Cruise execs beam optimism about China despite challenges

The reason why so many top cruise line brass attended the inaugural Travel Weekly CruiseWorld China was explained with simple arithmetic. The number of Chinese cruisers is expected to jump from 1.1 million to 2.5 million in five years and hit 7 million in 15. READ MORE


The beach at the Rosewood Mayakoba on the Riviera Maya before and after a SurfRake machine cleanup.
Caribbean, Mexico fighting sargassum with heavy-duty machines

Two companies recently found themselves in the front lines in the battle to rid beaches of the stinky, brown seaweed that is carpeting the shorelines of popular destinations in the Caribbean and Mexico.  READ MORE


Timeless fun in Maine
Timeless fun in Maine

Migis Lodge, which offers a throwback, traditional New England family vacation, will celebrate its 100th season next year. READ MORE

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The all-inclusive evolution
The all-inclusive evolution

Although still a small percentage of hotels and resorts, all-inclusives are swiftly expanding across their Caribbean and Mexico strongholds and are being explored by less beach-focused destinations.  READ MORE

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