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According to the Cruise Lines International Association, last year's cruise bookings topped, by far, all previous records. In total, about 10.5 million people took a trip on CLIA-member cruise lines in 2004, including 8,870,901 North American passengers and 1,589,936 international passengers. That's almost 10 percent higher than the 2003 figures, when 7,990,246 North American and 1,536,714 international passengers booked cruise travel. Cruise lines continue to a

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