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Tropical Storm Cristobal churns in the Caribbean

(CNN) -- Tropical Storm Cristobal formed early Sunday in the Caribbean, having strengthened from a tropical depression, the National Hurricane Center said.It has maximum sustained winds of 45 mph.The hurricane center issued tropical storm warnings on Sunday for the southeastern and central Bahamas as well as for the Turks and Caicos Islands.Cristobal is moving to the northwest but is expected to turn to the northeast in the coming days and miss the U.S.

(CNN) -- Tropical Storm Cristobal formed early Sunday in the Caribbean, having strengthened from a tropical depression, the National Hurricane Center said.

It has maximum sustained winds of 45 mph.

The hurricane center issued tropical storm warnings on Sunday for the southeastern and central Bahamas as well as for the Turks and Caicos Islands.

Cristobal is moving to the northwest but is expected to turn to the northeast in the coming days and miss the U.S. coastline.

CNN
24/08
11 Points
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Tech Deal watch: Princess touts 'endless summer sale'

Princess Cruises is out with a new promotion on winter sailings to the Caribbean, Tahiti, Hawaii, Panama Canal and Mexico.The Endless Summer Sale, as it's being called, runs through Sept. Fifteen-night Hawaii cruises start at $1,499.The offer is available to is available to residents of the United States, Canada and Mexico.For a deck-by-deck look at Princess' newest ship, click through the carousel below.

Princess Cruises is out with a new promotion on winter sailings to the Caribbean, Tahiti, Hawaii, Panama Canal and Mexico.

The Endless Summer Sale, as it's being called, runs through Sept. 10 and brings on-board credits of up to $200 per cabin on more than 150 sailings between November 2014 and February 2015.

Under the terms of the offer, passengers who book a balcony cabin or above on a seven- to 10-night sailing will get a $150 credit. The credit is $200 for a sailing of 11 nights or longer.

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The credit is $50 less for customers booking windowless "inside" cabins and ocean-view cabins.

Fares for seven-night Caribbean and Mexico cruises during the promotion start at $499 per person, based on double occupancy. Eleven-night Panama Canal and 10-night Tahiti cruises start at $999 per person. Fifteen-night Hawaii cruises start at $1,499.

The offer is available to is available to residents of the United States, Canada and Mexico.

For a deck-by-deck look at Princess' newest ship, click through the carousel below.

USA Today
22/08
8 Points
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