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  • Cruises trade tanning for training
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Cruises trade tanning for training

In the past, people used to travel on a cruise ship and return with nothing more than a tan. Now cruise liners are giving people the chance to learn and accomplish something during their trip, whether it’s learning about local wines or how to prepare typical local dishes.

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