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In addition, specially designed ''river boats''  and ''barges'' ply navigable rivers and lakes of [[Europe]], [[China]], [[Brazil]], [[Egypt]], [[North America]] and numerous other places.  However, as noted above, this article focuses on ocean cruising and ships.
 
In addition, specially designed ''river boats''  and ''barges'' ply navigable rivers and lakes of [[Europe]], [[China]], [[Brazil]], [[Egypt]], [[North America]] and numerous other places.  However, as noted above, this article focuses on ocean cruising and ships.
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The best-known destinations for cruise ships are tropical ports in the Caribbean or the Mexican Riviera, the Mediterranean and Northern Europe, but cruises can be found almost anywhere there's enough water to float a ship and cities or sites to visit. Cruise ships of various sizes visit the coasts of Alaska, Scandinavia, South-East Asia, East Asia, southern Europe, Australia and New Zealand, Oceania and New England; and various islands of the Pacific Ocean. Even the North Pole and Antarctica are now destinations, though the latter has emerging ecological questions.
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In addition, specially designed river boats and barges ply navigable rivers and lakes of Europe, China, Brazil, Egypt, North America and numerous other places. However, as noted above, this article focuses on ocean cruising and ships.
  
 
===What to Pack===
 
===What to Pack===

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