Cruising continues to dominate the growth of tourism worldwide and there’s no sign of it slowing down. It’s easy to see why. Unpack once, new port each day, all in cost, meals, entertainment etc. But cruising has become so much more. Imagine it and it can happen – on a cruise.
Maybe you want to brush up your golf swing in Scotland, walk the red carpet in Cannes, sleep on the ice in Antarctica, cycle the temple trail in Cambodia, taste wine in Bordeaux, unleash your inner child, become a yogi, learn an instrument, dance with the stars, cook up a storm, play bridge, debate world issues, snorkel, write poetry the choices are endless.
And then there’s the pampering – off the scale like Regent Seven Seas with the highest staff to guest ratio, boutique style Silversea that combine luxury with adventure, Cunard for elegance and enrichment, Viking for taking to the rivers and Lindbald or One Ocean Expeditions for exploring the polar regions.
Where there’s water, there’s a cruise. From oceans, to seas, bays, rivers, canals and inlets, from ocean liners to river boats, expedition vessels, tall ships to luxury yachts, it’s just a matter of finding what floats your boat.