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The Mediterranean has been the lifeblood and playground for some of the world’s principle civilizations for thousands of years. One great way to explore the sea’s fascinating past and opulent present is with a Mediterranean cruise. The Mediterranean is a feast for the senses and is rewarding in so many ways - visually, culturally, educationally, architecturally, historically, as well as being a culinary delight.» More information
Oceans of choice: Eastern Mediterranean & Western Mediterranean cruises
The Mediterranean is loosely divided into two cruising areas. Eastern Mediterranean Cruises include countries east of Italy, such as Croatia, Cyprus, Egypt, Israel, Turkey Greece and the stunning Greek Islands. The Western Mediterranean Cruises typically include Cannes, Nice, Monte Carlo, Rome, Florence, The Amalfi Coast, Barcelona, Lisbon, Mallorca and the glamorous French and Italian Rivieras featuring beautiful beaches and lots of sun.
Why not extend your stay and make the most of your cruise holiday? We will be delighted to advise you on the many options available for pre or post cruise stays in locations all over Europe and the Mediterranean.
Aloha! Island hop your way through Hawaii on a cruise.» More information
Hawaii has six major islands for cruise passengers to visit. They are Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Lanai, Maui and the Big Island. Each Hawaiian island provides a different and exciting perspective on Hawaii. For example, Kona The Big Island offers more of a rugged and natural landscape, where Maui offers an exciting vibe of surfers and artists all converging together, witness the inspiring volcanoes of Hilo, walk through Honolulu’s Diamond Head mountain, whale watch, lose yourself in the stunning landscape of lush forests & sparkling waterfalls or play on some of the most incredible golf course ever created.
Of course not forgetting the Hula dancing and the beautiful beaches!
There are plenty of cruising options available to Hawaii. Choose from Carnival Cruise Line, Celebrity Cruises, Norwegian Cruise Line or Royal Caribbean. Each cruise line offers a different and unique experience of Hawaii.
The Caribbean is the most popular cruise area in the world. With an island for every taste, the Caribbean is the ultimate relaxation paradise. White sands and turquoise water throughout the Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico is what dreams are made of. Some islands are lush, with rainforests and mountain trails, while others have desert climates and coral beaches. Going to the Caribbean by cruise ship offers a chance to visit several islands in the space of a week or two as well as some great US destinations. In other words, a Caribbean cruise offers fantastic value.» More information
Oceans of Choice: Eastern, Western and Southern Caribbean cruises.
Western Caribbean Cruises typically include the Cayman Islands, Jamaica, and Mexico.
Eastern Caribbean Cruises typically include Antigua, Barbados, St Croix, St Kitts, St Maarten, Dominica, Martinique, Puerto Rico, St Lucia and St Thomas.
Southern Caribbean Cruises typically include Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao, Barbados, Trinidad and Tobago
Why not combine your cruise with a trip to Disney or some of the many adventure parks in Florida as part of a ‘Cruise and Stay’ holiday to make the most of this trip of a lifetime.
Imagine...Stunning scenery, laid back culture, fabulous beaches and a rich variety of art are just a few tasters of what awaits along the beautiful Mexican Riviera. Mexico has thousands of miles of Pacific coast, stretching from its north-western border with California to its southern border with Guatemala.. Acapulco and Puerto Vallarta gained international fame in the 1960s, when celebrities like Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton and John Wayne made it their seaside escape.» More information
From Beverly Hills to Acapulco Bay, witness the famous cliff divers of legendary Acapulco, explore romantic towns and fishing villages, and warm to the tropical climate, colourful Mexican culture and that irrepressible feeling of fiesta in the air.
Cruising out of and returning to Los Angeles or San Diego, these cruises are all about fun, beaches and watersports. Cruises call at Ensenada, just below the Mexican border, the more sophisticated Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlan for the shopping, the resort of Puerto Vallarta and the beaches of Zihuatenejo. Turnaround usually occurs at Acapulco, famous for beaches, cliff divers and nightlife.