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I canceled my cruise, but my credit card claim is lost at sea

Brent Feinberg and his wife canceled their cruise after a medical emergency. Why won’t their credit card company cover their $19,148 loss?


A family-run gem in the Berkshires, a flower show in Philly, and all the power you need on the go

Travel news you can use.


When only the best will do: These New England hotels just earned five stars from Forbes

The Forbes Travel Guide ranks "outstanding" properties around the world. Five Boston hotels made the list. (Next year, will there be six?)


We wanted northern lights and glacial fjords. We got so much more.

When my son and I booked a trip to Greenland and Labrador, we had a couple of goals, including finding a polar bear. What we hadn’t anticipated was the profoundly moving experience of traveling through Inuit territory with people who grew up in these regions.


Not into roller coasters at sea with 5,000 other passengers? Consider an expedition voyage.

Here’s how expedition cruises differ from the typical ocean liner experience.


A fall foliage cruise from New England to Canada (minus the colorful leaves)

For many of us, an hour and a half along New Hampshire’s Kancamagus Highway fully captures that postcard-perfect fall color experience. But what if you’re willing to invest a week and a half instead?


Cruise-curious? Your cruise questions answered.

Here’s what to know before booking a cruise, and things we wish we’d known before we sailed.


Expedition voyages — here’s how Viking does it

Sushi and submarines? Not a bad pairing.