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Setting Sail with Family, Imperfections in Tow

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Setting Sail with Family, Imperfections in Tow

Setting Sail with Family, Imperfections in Tow

Setting Sail with Family, Imperfections in Tow

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According to the American Society of Travel Agents, cruises are the most popular choice for family reunions. But even at sea, a perfect family vacation is nonexistent, because there is no such thing as a perfect family, according to commentator Marion Winik.

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