Cruise Lines Hear the Roar of the Cougar

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Don't worry, ladies, the cougar cruise has risen from the ashes.

In December, Carnival Cruise lines hosted a Cougar Cruise organized by the California-based Singles travel company. The ship set sail from San Diego, heading to Ensenada and back. Soon afterward, Carnival said it wouldn't be repeating the effort, despite the fact that the cruise had sold out.

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Now word is out that Royal Caribbean is stepping in to host the next Cougar Cruise. Sadly, it won't be stopping in San Diego, however. Cougars will have to travel to Los Angeles to catch a ride in mid-May. The trip will take cougars and their fans down to Mexico for four-days. Tickets start at around 400 bucks.

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