Are you looking for an authentic Mediterranean experience exploring historic sites and the region on board a cruise ship? Great! Then, this one’s for you. Keep reading as we give a quick preview of the top cruise lines in the Mediterranean for you.
Seabourn Cruise Line
You’ll love the personalised service on board the Seabourn, with each ship boasting of a 1-to-1 crew-to-passenger ratio. Apart from cruising to the Mediterranean, you’ll be able to choose other popular cruising destinations like the Caribbean, Australia, Antarctica, and Alaska. What’s more? In 2019, itineraries range from seven to 72 days. Cruisers can enjoy Seabourn’s fine dining experience inclusive of menus crafted by Michelin-starred chef Thomas Keller, luxurious amenities, and exciting onboard activities. A few things to look for are accommodations having suites with ocean views and complimentary onboard activities.
Cruising Onboard Viking
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Viking Ocean Cruises appeal to many cruisers especially due to their luxury ships and engaging itineraries. Do you also enjoy learning about the history and culture of destinations that you are about to visit? Then, Viking Cruises is just for you. You’ll love the amenities onboard, verandas for all cabins, Wi-Fi access on every vessel, and complimentary excursion on every port of call. The smaller size of Viking’s ships cruises along with more exclusive ports like Asia, Europe, the Caribbean, and Australia.
Cruising Onboard Oceania
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Oceania sails worldwide and in 2019 cruisers can enjoy trips spanning the Mediterranean, Alaska, Europe and more. Cruisers can look forward to Oceania’s varied shore experiences ranging from glacier adventurers in Juneau, Alaska, to vineyard hopping in Santorini, Greece. The off-the-beaten-path destinations are a huge appeal, and cruisers will love the selection of speciality dining venues. Foodies, you must try the fleet’s numerous open-seating dining venues inclusive of the Grand Dining Room, which serves French fare at lunchtime from a menu created by master chef Jacques Pépin.
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A cruise vacation can relax your body and soul. And, if you are looking at saving big on your next cruise vacation, then this is definitely for you. We’ve rounded up the top cruise lines for the money in 2019 for you. Continue reading
Carnival Elation, Credit: Flickr/JAXPORT
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Millions of people are expected to set sail on the high seas in 2019. The good part is that yachters these days can find a ship suiting their personality. Continue reading
S.S. Antoinette, Credit: Uniworld
Uniworld has revealed the launch dates for its new ships and also set out plans for another Super Ship renovation. It is reported that by 2020, more than half of the ships in Uniworld’s fleet would be a Super Ship with the addition of three new vessels in Egypt, Portugal and Vietnam. Continue reading
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Pristine natural beauty, hippie towns, humpback whales splashing around, and magical sunsets can make a perfect cruise destination. Head to the thrilling new cruise destination—Pacific Northwest and experience pure joy. You’d love to be on an expedition cruise aboard passenger cruise lines and enjoy some spine-tingling activities. We’ve rounded up some of the exciting things that you can look forward to on this new cruise destination.
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Arcadia’s quiet new edition, the stunning £7.8m superyacht offers passengers impressive sea views. The yacht was designed based on Arcadia’s design philosophy which focuses on the way an owner uses a yacht, rather than just its looks. The new Arcadia 105 was built with the same design philosophy focus of having the specific owner in mind. Continue reading
Benetti Spectre. Credit: Benetti
True to its robust Italian luxury yacht tradition, Benetti recently delivered superyacht Spectre to her talented owners John and Jeanette Staluppi. Continue reading
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Are you on a lookout for an idyllic winter escape? Think about cruising into paradise beaches or maybe enjoying some unparalleled sailing as some wonderful winter escape options. Keep reading and choose the yacht that suits you the most.
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Riva’s Ribelle 66, a glamorous bad-boy sports yacht model is all set to create waves with its low-slung flybridge, and sapphire-blue hull, and exquisite attention to detail. The World Yacht Trophies 2018 at the closing of the Cannes Yachting Festival found Riva getting applause as Riva 66′ Ribelle got awarded with the Best Exterior Design Trophy, category 62 – 80 feet (18,50-24 metres). The 66′ Ribelle (Italian for ‘rebel’) is a definite eye-catcher. Continue reading