Cruise

Cruise or The Cruise may refer to:

  • Cruise Vacation by Cruise Ship
  • Cruise (automotive), a gathering of modified cars
  • Cruise (flight), a distinct stage of an aircraft's flight
  • Cruise (name), a surname of English origin
(includes a list of people named Cruise)
  • Cruise ship

Read more about Cruise:  Entertainment and Media, Other Uses

Other articles related to "cruise, cruises":

Mac And Me - Cast
... Jade Calegory as Eric Cruise Christine Ebersole as Janet Cruise Jonathan Ward as Michael Cruise Katrina Caspary as Courtney Lauren Stanley as Debbie Vinnie Torrente as ...
Epirotiki Line - Modern Era
... Initially Epirotiki focused entirely on the cruise ship market and started round trip cruises operating in the Aegean Sea, Greek Islands and Eastern Mediterranean ... The cruise industry grew quickly in the 1970s, and Epirotiki became the largest cruise ship company in Greece and the Eastern Mediterranean with additions to its fleet such as ... In 1993 Epirotiki made a partnership with Carnival Cruise Lines, purchasing ships from Carnival in exchange for shares in Epirotiki ...
Jam Cruise
... Held annually in January, Jam Cruise is a music festival on a cruise ship ... While some aspects of the journey are typical of all cruise lines (ports of call with shore excursions, abundant dining opportunities), other features are ... Each of the past 10 Jam Cruise sailings have sold out ...
SMS Schlesien - Service History
... Her first cruise into the Atlantic was conducted from 7 July to 1 August ... For the first time, the annual summer cruise went to Norway ... Fleet training followed, and a training cruise into the Baltic took place at the end of the year ...
Cruise - Other Uses
... Booze cruise Cruise control Cruise missile River cruise. ...

Famous quotes containing the word cruise:

    Irishness is not primarily a question of birth or blood or language; it is the condition of being involved in the Irish situation, and usually of being mauled by it.
    —Conor Cruise O’Brien (b. 1917)

    Life begins to happen.
    My hoppped up husband drops his home disputes,
    and hits the streets to cruise for prostitutes,
    Robert Lowell (1917–1977)