Do you know about all the different kinds of cruising?

There are so many opportunities to see the world in a unique way.
The greatest part of cruising is to be able to see many destinations and unpack only once.
Cruises have so many experiences for travelers to enjoy.
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Ocean Cruising is usually on a larger ship. They have lots of fun activities for the whole family, amazing kids clubs, 24-hour dining, late-night entertainment and days spent traveling through endless seascapes. My favorite Ocean Cruise experience is cruising through the Greek Islands. You get to experience multiple islands and see a variety of landscapes on multiple islands.

National Geographic Orion, Lemaire Channel, Antarctica



Imagine going to the planet’s exceptional places, many of which are either otherwise inaccessible (e.g. Antarctica) or best accessed by a ship (e.g. Galápagos, Alaska, Baja’s Sea of Cortez, Costa Rica & Panama, to name only a few). Expedition cruises travel with veteran expedition teams with the expertise to ensure you see all the facets along the way. These are smaller cruises with many ways to get off the boat and explore the oceans and wilderness. Photo Copyright: Ralph Lee Hopkins




River cruising is the fastest-growing in the cruise industry. River cruising is on smaller, more intimate ships. Your shore excursions are usually included. They are all-inclusive as well. When experiencing a River Cruise, you will find a community of people who love to see the world. River Cruising has many themed cruises such as wine cruises, Christmas Market cruises, active cruising with Backroads, and wellness cruises.

Sunset at the Sailboat deck while cruising / sailing at opened sea. Yacht with full sails up at the end of windy day. Sailing theme - background.



Enjoy your own personal yacht to experience the authentic way to see the islands. Visit the BVI, Bahamas, Antigua, St. Martin, and Grenadines in the Caribbean. You can visit the islands of Greece and Croatia in Europe. There isn’t a more perfect way to see the islands than with your chartered yacht. The crew will make sure your every need is taken care of.




Luxury cruises are the most comfortable and convenient way to see the world. Ships are usually smaller in size so the ratio of crew to guests is generally higher than other cruise ships, offering that premium service and attention to detail to be expected of exquisite holidays. These cruises include open bars and lounges, Michelin-Inspired cuisine, specialty dining, and enrichment programs.

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