The World's Best Cruise Experiences

The World's Best Cruise Experiences
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Enjoy the Polynesian charms of Honolulu or get bowled over by the stunning landscape of the Antarctic, here are some of the world's best cruise experiences

Our Team
June 28 , 2016
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1.The Silver Sea Silver Whisper:
The much-publicised, 20-day, from San Francisco, California, USA to Auckland, New Zealand in January 2017 . Start your sightseeing in San Francisco before relaxing in luxury with five days at sea as you travel to the beautiful islands of Hawaii. Imagine a blend of gentle Polynesian charm and big city sophistication and you have reached the Aloha island of Honolulu. Discover Samoa's astonishing natural beauty during a village and cave pool escape. Starts at  $27,050 for a Silver Suite and goes up to $36,250 for Royal Suite.; silversea.com

2.Seabourn Quest:
The 45-day Antarctic and Americas Exploration I will set sail on Nov 04 2016 from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, US. Seabourn likes to fill your minibar with your preferred water, spirits and wines before setting sail. From $16,772 per person in an ocean-view suite to $31,272 in the Penthouse suite, including a solarium with tub and day bed, personal stew­ardess; seabourn.com

3.Value Regent Seven Seas’ Voyager:
Its 20N Bangkok to Dubai cruise will set sail on April 2018. The cruise features 3 hotel package, unlimited shore excursions, pre-cruise hotel package, unlimited beverages including fine wines and premium spirits, prepaid gratuities, daily mini-bar, 24-hour room service and butler. From $10,699 per person for deluxe suites to $27,699 for master suites; rssc.com

4.Or just go buy yourself a yacht and chart your own course around the globe. The WHY 58x38 luxury concept yacht from Hermès (looks more like a sheared-off prop from Jaws: The Next Generation at 190ft long), with its own 30m ‘portable’ beachfront, three decks, with a naturally lit spa and hammam, pool and helipad, salon, cinema, music room, library, ‘waterfront’ dining room. It takes 12-odd passengers plus a crew of 20 with separate quarters; solar panels to supplement diesel fuel; maximum speed 14 knots and retractable sunroof to enclose most of its 35,000 sq ft in stealth/island recluse mode. Took 50-100 million to construct; why-yachts.com


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