Sail away! New technology in cruise ship design



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Martha Teichner checks out how continuous innovations in ship design have made cruises a booming industry, and steps aboard Celebrity Cruises’ latest ship, the $1 billion Celebrity Edge, which redefines travel on the high seas.

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11 replies
  1. Kirk Moore
    Kirk Moore says:

    Off subject, but where's Jane Pauley? She's been out for what's going on 3 weeks now. I hope she's OK and coming back soon. Best Sunday Morning host since Charles Krault….

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  2. Jeff Webb
    Jeff Webb says:

    You could not pay me to be on one of those mega ships! Too big, too impersonal and to see those people steeping in the swimming pool – GROSS! Almost as bad as one of the Las Vegas pool parties to where thousands of people are steeping in the human sewage.

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  3. Blake Himmel
    Blake Himmel says:

    Travel small, light and local. Get into a neighborhood, community or village as a base. get to know the people. Buy food at stores. Rest, interact, learn some language…be an ambassador.

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  4. Blake Himmel
    Blake Himmel says:

    This is exactly the WRONG way to travel. My god. ABSOLUTELY everything here is ludicrous. Read Kirkpatrick Sale's book HUMAN SCALE. This is the argument against this kind of thought, design and behavior. A CITY ? On the water, for relaxation? Yikes.

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