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How Young Is Too Young For A River Cruise?

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If you think a river cruise is for retirees past their expiration date, think again: according to CLIA (Cruise Lines International Association), a good portion of the growth of river cruising over the past few years is actually due to an increase in bookings with a much younger set in mind. While traditionally the domain […]


Free Things To Do In NYC

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  A trip to the Big Apple can be as gilded or as practical (in financial terms) as you want it to be. While a good hotel can be quite expensive* and you really might want to splurge on a great show and a fancy dinner, there are plenty of free things to do in […]


9 Safety Tips for RV Travel

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  There are millions of RVers in the US, some going cross-country or just across the state line, many for the first time. Safety tips for RV travel can come in handy even if you’re a veteran—read on below for some of our favorites. Start with a safety check of your RV, then do it […]


8 Things You Should Always Pack (And Why)

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  Packing for a vacation is usually a chore: what to pack, what to leave, what to unpack before you leave… There are some things, though, that you might want to toss into your suitcase and take with you on a regular basis whether you’re leaving for Bali, Boston, or the bayou. While there are […]


How a SkyMed Emergency Medical Evacuation Works

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According to the dictionary, a “medical evacuation”—also known as “medevac”—is defined as the “transport of persons, usually by some form of air transportation, to a place, usually the closest health facility, where they can receive medical care.” At SkyMed, we define “medical evacuation” as taking you home*—or to your hometown hospital—should a critical illness or […]


Multigen Travel: Where To Go, What To Do

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Multigen travel is booming: cruise vacations, summer getaways, cultural tours, active tours—you name it! And it’s not just grandparents taking the grandkids. There are more boomer parents taking their adult children (and paying for it), which means the older generation is benefitting from the younger one’s sense of the exotic. This type of family bonding […]


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