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Rogue Waves - The Facts

11th January 2012
What defines a rogue wave? Rogue waves are spontaneous and unexpected waves. They are usually large and can quite often be extreme and even killer. They may not always be the biggest waves but are abnormal and large for the state of the sea in a parti... Read >
Author: Simon White

Honeymoon Tips and Ideas for Reservation and Accommodation

23rd February 2011
Many people say that for a honeymoon we do not need any honeymoon Ideas and Tips. Even, one of my colleagues said putting a page on honeymoon Ideas and Tips is not of great use. But, according to me if one takes honeymoon very lightly one cannot enjoy one... Read >
Author: Dr.Mike Boucher

Bunk Beds Providing Maximum Utilization of Available Space with Extended Usability

07th January 2011
Bunk beds are among the most popular choices of furniture nowadays. They offer maximum utilization of available space in a most convenient and stylish manner. Bunk beds are mostly used as a primary bedding option for kids bedrooms and other places with li... Read >
Author: bedframeworks

Four Different Types of Rooms for a Cruise Ship Vacation

27th May 2010
An Alaskan cruise vacation can be one of the most exciting and memorable types of vacations in the world. There are all sorts of considerations to use for these vacations though. These in particular are the types of rooms that are available on many of the... Read >
Author: Alicia McWilliams

The Pros & Cons of Working on Large & Small Cruise Ships

03rd March 2009
Usually when people envision having a cruise ship job, they think of a huge liner a dozen stories high, full of thousands of holidaymakers enjoying their voyage aboard a floating resort, which is well equipped with just about every facility and service yo... Read >
Author: Neil Maxwell Keys
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