Cruise ship pertains to luxury liners/cruisers which run their itinerary according to seasons. In summer the trips are set mostly for Alaska or the sun-drenched beaches in the Caribbean or Hawaii - all exotic locations that people usually can see once or twice in their whole life time.

Ref: 123213/2006-09-19

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Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): Cruisers, ships

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