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Cruise West Guests Rave About Inaugural World Voyage
Date:4/26/2010

SEATTLE, April 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Cruise West (www.cruisewest.com), the world's leading provider of small-ship explorations to the most fascinating destinations on earth, is receiving rave reviews from world voyage guests.  "The included Ultimate Explorer Experiences (noteworthy shore excursions) were so incredible that I will remember them forever.  So great, that I am rejoining the voyage later this year," said Susan B.

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The line created an amazing array of included shore excursions designed to highlight the magic of each destination.  Blog Ahoy, Cruise West's world voyage blog with submissions coming from guests, talks of adventures and memorable experiences.  Guest Susan P. remarks on the blog, "One of the greatest blessings about going on an excursion like we are doing with Cruise West is the opportunity to experience a culture, climate, religious beliefs, and terrain that, for most of us, is so different from our own. One of the best ways to appreciate all that we are getting to see and do is to soak it all in and realize that here in Oman, or anywhere else, things are not necessarily
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