The popularity of holidaying at sea in recent years has seen some incredible innovations in cruising.
Some less known cruise companies offer smaller luxury ships with more exclusive, personalised itineraries combined with unique services and programs onboard and on-shore excursions. These more intimate elegant vessels visit smaller exotic ports, beautiful islands and lovely little coves where the larger cruise ships are unable to go. You might also prefer clipper sailing amongst the Polynesian or Caribbean islands, or perhaps cruising down one of Europe’s major waterways on board one of the majestically appointed river cruisers.
Meanwhile, other cruise ships are now bigger and better, visiting more ports in more countries and more often than ever before. Each ship is a resort unto itself catering to many thousands of passengers. And, with so much to keep you occupied on board, you never need set foot onshore if that’s what you prefer. These enormous floating cities can take you to just about any country in the world — from the tropical islands of the Pacific to the icy fjords of Alaska and Scandinavia and just about everywhere in between.
No matter where you’re thinking of cruising, we can happily suggest a cruise itinerary based on our own personal experiences to ensure your time on board or off is a truly unforgettable experience.
Contact Kate Collins or one of our dedicated travel professionals who all have firsthand experience onboard many of our top selection cruise line ships.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Paul Gauguin Cruises