||100 Best Cruise Vacations
by Theodore W. Scull
|With hundreds of cruises available
worldwide, choosing just the right one for your budget
and taste can be a frustrating experience. Cruise
travel expert Ted Scull leads the way to the best, but
not necessarily the most expensive, cruises all over
||Cruise Ship Jobs!
by Cynthia Ossenfort
|Have you ever dreamed of getting paid to
travel all over the world? Of having a fun, exciting
job that you enjoyed? Would you like to spend your
free time exploring Caribbean islands and other
faraway places? Congratulations- with this guide, your
dreams can become reality!
||Cruise Vacations With Kids
by Candyce A. Stapen
|In this completely revised and updated
edition, family travel expert Candyce H. Stapen
reviews the best cruises around the world and
discusses the specific needs, arrangements, and safety
issues for families with children of all ages.
||Cruising & Cruise Ships 2001
by Douglas Ward
|The Berlitz Complete Guide to Cruising
& Cruise Ships 2001 rates 255 cruise ships
cruising the world's oceans and waterways. Providing
all the advice the first-time or repeat cruiser will
ever need, this is the essential guide to choosing the
||Exploring Careers on Cruise Ships (Career Library)
|Published spring 1993.
Upbeat yet realistic in his approach, Kennedy offers young adults the
information they will need to help them decide whether a career on a cruise
ship suits them.
||Ferry Services in Europe
(Plymouth Studies in Contemporary Shipping)
by Funda Yercan
|Hard Cover, Published November 1999.
Well written and extensively researched.
||Ghosts Of The Titanic
by James Cameron, Charles Pellegrino
|An unexplored niche which mixes the
memoirs of survivors with learned speculation on the
fate of certain of the ship's passengers--some of them
shot to deter a rush on the few lifeboats--to
reconstruct just what happened on that fateful April
||Great Passenger Ships of the World Today
by Arnold Kludas
|This hardcover book features photo's of
almost all the ships reviewed and a history from their
construction to their more recent port of call. Kludas
has compiled one of the most concise Ocean Liner books
next to the Fifty Famous Liners series from Braynard.
||Landfalls of Paradise
by Earl R. Hinz
|The definitive guide for cruising the
Pacific since its first edition in 1980. This fourth
edition contains the most current information on
customs and immigration procedures, together with
revised harbor charts and updated descriptions of more
than seventy-five ports of entry and many lesser
harbors and anchorages.
||Liners To The Sun
by John Maxtone-Graham
|John Maxtone-Graham has assembled a
wealth of detail into an urbanely written
volume...mandatory reading for all those who love
ships, the sea and the ways of travelers...the cruise
passenger who is serious about his fun will surely
carry Liners to the Sun in his luggage...
||Selling The Sea
An inside Look at the Cruise Industry
by Bob Dickinson, Andy Vladimir
|In the past five years alone, the number
of first-time cruise ship passengers has increased by
nearly 40%. And no one is predicting when this
phenomenal growth will end. Who are the major industry
players and what is the secret behind their success?
How does the cruise industry operate, how is it
financed, and what is the management philosophy that
drives the most successful lines?
Triumph and Tragedy
by Charles A. Haas
|A second edition from 1994, after the
authors got a chance to explore the wreckage. A must
have for the Titanic book collection, this book offers
photos and information not usually found in most
books. Quite an interesting find and something you
won't want to pass up.
||World Cruising Routes
by Jimmy Cornell
|For the armchair dreamer or serious voyager, more than 500 sailing routes through the
world's oceans laid out with descriptions of season,
highlights, charts, GPS waypoints, and navigational
hazards. This is the only book of its type for
cruising sailors, the only comprehensive cruising
guide to all the world's oceans.