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So how do cruise lines make money with low fares. Hint: they have captive customers.
Royal Caribbean International has taken delivery of the much-awaited, 228,081-ton Symphony of the Seas.
Call me cheap, but over $4,300 for two adults and one kid for four nights is expensive!
Royal Caribbean claims its soon-to-debut Symphony of the Seas, the largest cruise ship ever built, will be able to travel faster in the water than its sister ships while using the same amount of energy,
It was the third deadly wreck involving Amtrak in less than two months.
The once-majestic ship is rusting away — and in major disrepair — in a Philadelphia shipyard.
Maybe there's a case here, but many have traveled on cruises with "ocean swells of up to 30 feet" or more without suffering permanent ill effects.
The Sea Princess ship docked in Brisbane after a two-week round trip between Brisbane and New Zealand.
Washington state transportation officials won’t restart passenger service along the rail line where an Amtrak train derailed until advanced safety systems are in place.
At least 11 people died and at least seven Americans were injured when a bus carrying Royal Caribbean cruise ship passengers to Mayan ruins flipped over on a highway.
Ah, French labor economics. An oxymoron of the first rank.
Makes one wonder why it's so hard to get your kitchen remodeled?
Best not read over breakfast.
An Amtrak engineer was ordered to stand trial for a deadly 2015 derailment in Philadelphia as a judge reinstated involuntary manslaughter and reckless endangerment charges.
Two people were killed and more than 100 injured when an Amtrak train traveling from New York City to Miami collided with a CSX freight train early Sunday morning in South Carolina.
Royal Caribbean passengers aboard The Grandeur of the Seas are feeling less than grand.
A photo tour of the 114-cabin Royal Clipper.
The young Canadian and his father were returned to Miami.
A known tight curve, a lack of "Positive Train Control" technology, and engineer error are all suspected as contributing factors.
Officials can't estimate exactly when the southbound lanes of I-5 south of Tacoma, Washington will reopen at the crash scene.
Not for those seeking an intimate ship-board experience!
If ever there was a poster child for the unholy alliance of corrupt and incompetent state officials, union labor and greedy contractors, this has to be near the top of the list.
In recent years, a growing number of cruise lines have begun adding "hull art" to their vessels — massive, elaborate designs that can be seen from miles away.
The 2150 Acela was traveling from Washington D.C. to New York City when the connector between two coupled trains broke and separated.
Even ships that pass inspections can have serious violations.
The Iowa family alleges that a 30-year-old room steward sexually assaulted their 12-year-old daughter while she slept.
The boat, carrying 10 tourists from Royal Caribbean Cruises, sank off the coast of Cozumel last week, but there were no fatalities, unlike the deadly bus crash in December that killed 12.
Fortunately it was a low-speed derailment of three cars that remained upright as the train backed into the Savannah station.
Amtrak’s latest fatal accident near Seattle could discourage ridership and further tarnish the service's reputation for safety
Train may have been going at almost 80mph for corner rated at 30mph.