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Amadeus Royal

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  • River cruises

A state-of-the-art river cruising experience awaits discerning travellers aboard the luxurious Amadeus Royal. This five star floating hotel features 68 lavishly appointed cabins and 4 plush suites, each boasting lovely river views. Additional facilities include a putting green, splash pool and sun deck with deck chairs.

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Amadeus Diamond

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The Amadeus Diamond is a five star floating hotel carrying up to 140 guests in exquisite style and comfort cruising on France’s Seine River. The vessel’s interiors are bright and airy, and her generously proportioned cabins offer panoramic views of the passing scenery.

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Murray Princess

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  • River cruises

The Murray Princess was designed specially to cruise up Australia’s Murray River. She has been faithfully constructed as a modern and romantic representative of a time when hundreds of paddlewheelers navigated the Murray River. Unlike many modern-day river boats using imitation paddles, the Murray Princess is propelled by an authentic, massive stern paddlewheel. We are able to offer early booking discounts on the advertised rates on all cruises on this ship. These discounts are capacity controlled and apply to a certain number of cabins on each sailing only. Please speak to one of our agents to check for any applicable discounts.

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Iberostar

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  • River cruises

The Iberostar provides adventure in the Amazon in the privileged setting of a luxury river boat. With capacity for 150 passengers, the Iberostar is the largest passenger ship specifically built to navigate the Amazon River and its tributaries. Cruises aboard the Iberostar combine luxury, comfort and adventure, and the chance to see the exotic flora and fauna of the Amazon region.

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Poetry

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  • River cruises

Built to the highest standards and equipped with state of the art technology, the modern and spacious Poetry makes river cruising a delight. The vessel boasts some of the largest staterooms of any river cruiser, accommodating up to 176 guests. The dining room, lounge and other recreation areas are spacious and airy with both the dining room and lounge offering floor to ceiling windows so passengers can enjoy panoramic views.

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Premicon Queen

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  • River cruises

The Premicon Queen truly is a floating grand hotel, where exceptional service is the ultimate goal. A glass-enclosed gourmet restaurant, elegant panoramic lounge, first class on-board entertainment, a Viennese cafe, an expansive sundeck and a putting green are just some of the ship's plentiful amenities. Accommodation is provided in a range of spacious suites, allowing you to enjoy river cruising in ultimate comfort. **Please note that this is a German operated vessel and is currently only suitable for German speaking passengers. Please call and speak to one of our agents for more information.**

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Tapestry

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  • River cruises

The Tapestry is a first of its kind, offering sheer cruising luxury with enhanced viewing platforms. Contrary to other river vessels, the navigational bridge is situated on the stern, behind the passenger section, thereby allowing for more spacious and gracious interiors. Due to their location on the front of the vessel, the lounge and restaurant provide unimpeded views on three sides of the passing river landscape. Guests can relax on the sun deck or enjoy the casual camaraderie in the convivial and elegant public rooms.

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Europa

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  • Expedition cruises

Never before has there been so much space for each guest as on the purpose-built Europa. Beautifully appointed and fitted with only the finest quality soft furnishings her interiors combine traditional finishes with modern designs. High ceilings in public rooms provide a sense of space and grandeur while meticulous attention to detail imparts a sense of ultimate luxury. Guests aboard the 408-passenger Europa are sure to journey in absolute comfort and style.

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Arosa Bella

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  • River cruises

Part of the sleek and modern A-Rosa fleet, the A-Rosa Bella offers a selection of cruises on the mighty Danube. Whether you are looking for privacy or cosy companionship, there is a space for everyone on the A-Rosa Bella. The ship's design allows for recreation and relaxation, as well as for fitness and well-being: Sit back and take in the river views from the spacious lounge, swim in the top deck pool, try your hand at shuffleboard and golf or pamper yourself with some time in the ship's excellent spa. **Please note for 2017 sailings, Children (2 - 15 years) travel free of charge, if cabin is shared with at least one adult. Please contact us for more information.

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Arosa Mia

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  • River cruises

On board the modern, spacious A-ROSA Mia, there is a relaxed atmosphere with a focus on comfort and well-being. There are generous public areas, roomy air-conditioned cabins, a spacious sundeck, pool and putting green, as well as the renowned SPA-ROSA.**Please note that for 2017 sailings, Children (2 - 15 years) travel free of charge, if cabin is shared with at least one adult. Please contact us for more information.

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Arosa Riva (Cruise Only)

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  • River cruises

Part of the stylish A-Rosa fleet, the A-Rosa Riva offers a selection of well-designed itineraries focusing on the very best of the mighty Danube. The ship has 100 air-conditioned, outside cabins across 4 categories and her extensive public amenities promise relaxation and recreation as well as opportunities for fitness and well-being. Take some time out to get pampered in the Spa Rosa or enjoy the views from the upper deck as you take a dip in the pool or hone your golf skills on the putting green. **Please note that this is a bi-lingual ship with information provided in both English and German, and an international cruise host on board.**

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Manatee Amazon Explorer

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  • River cruises

**This ship will cease operation after 17th February 2017 to be replaced by sister ship the NEW Manatee Amazon Cruise on 1st July 2017. The Manatee Amazon Explorer river motor yacht has been specially built for cruises in the Ecuadorian rainforest on the Rio Napo. Designed for adventure, yet featuring the modern and sophisticated amenities of a floating hotel, the vessel accommodates up to 30 guests in good levels of comfort. Her panoramic terrace is an ideal place for marveling at the impressive biodiversity of the flora and fauna of this region while the convivial bar and lounge area caters for easy socializing. You also have the option to enjoy one or two nights camping under the stars in the Amazonian rainforest on an optional Glamping Excursion.**This ship will cease operating from 17th February 2017 and to be replaced by the NEW Manatee later this year.

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Coral I

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  • Expedition cruises

Carrying only 36 passengers, the deceptively large Coral I offers ample space for guests to absorb the beautiful surroundings of the Galapagos Islands. This attractive and functional mid-size yacht is perfect for the intimate up-close experience when sailing in the Galapagos. The atmosphere on board is social and informal and guests can enjoy excellent fresh food, barbecues and the hospitality of a professional, friendly crew. The Coral I and Coral II vessels are a fleet and therefore interchangeable, so you may be allocated either ship on your cruise.

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Coral II

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  • Expedition cruises

The Coral II is the perfect yacht for up-close encounters with the marvels of Galapagos Islands. She is a fully equipped and spacious yacht with custom-designed teak and bronze interiors. Her amenities and outstanding service make her the ideal yacht for experiencing the natural wonders of the Islands. The Jacuzzi, sun deck and shaded outdoor areas offer plenty of space to relax and the informal and sociable atmosphere on board will ensure you have a trip which is as enjoyable as it is memorable. The Coral I and Coral II vessels are a fleet and therefore interchangeable, so you may be allocated either ship on your cruise.

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Galapagos Legend

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  • Expedition cruises

The state-of-the-art Galapagos Legend will undergo refurbishment for the 2017 season. She will offer modern stylish accommodation and spacious comfortable living areas for guests to relax and socialize including a fitness centre and jacuzzi, sun and star gazing decks, boutique, lounge bar and dining room. The ship also caters for families offering a kids corner with wii ninetendo, t-shirt dye and handicrafts as well as a wealth of adventures allowing children to come face to face with animals and swim and snorkel with colorful fish. Please call us for more information and family friendly departures.

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Isabela II

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  • Expedition cruises

The Isabela II is one of the most luxurious yachts operating in the Galapagos Islands. From dining room to stateroom, guests aboard the Isabela II will enjoy superior quality at all levels of service. Specifically designed for the longer 7-night Galapagos cruise expedition, this vessel features three public decks, 20 outside twin cabins and a library containing a large selection of reference books on the Galapagos and Ecuador as well as excellent nature and conservation videos. Guests can also make use of the snorkeling equipment, glass bottom boat and kayaks. The Isabela’s expedition team consists of three Naturalists who will delight guests with diverse natural history explanations, while the Captain and crew members are on hand to attend to your every need. The

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La Pinta

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  • Expedition cruises

With just 24 ample staterooms, La Pinta offers the ultimate luxurious expedition adventure in the Galapagos Islands. After full days of wildlife exploration, this yacht provides a haven of relaxation and tranquility with tastefully appointed accommodation and all the facilities for a stylish yet informal ambiance. Naturalist Guides use state-of-the-art equipment to enhance your learning experience, and the staff of La Pinta embrace a spirit of adventure while ensuring your comfort and safety at all times.

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Santa Cruz

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  • Expedition cruises

The Santa Cruz was totally refurbished in 1998 and has gained worldwide recognition for her excellent standards in Galapagos cruising, including superb service, an expert crew, the most knowledgeable multilingual guides, and menus that feature the very best international cuisine and celebrated Ecuadorian dishes.

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Sonesta Moon Goddess

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  • River cruises

Known as one of the best river cruisers on the Nile, the elegant Moon Goddess comprises 48 luxurious cabins with private balconies and a variety of exceptional services and facilities. After exploring Egypt’s ancient sites on guided tours, guests can relax on board and enjoy the upscale hospitality, plush décor, spacious public areas and modern amenities the Mood Goddess has to offer.

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Oberoi Philae

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  • River cruises

The Oberoi Philae is a superb Nile cruiser boasting stylish interiors that create an ambiance of luxury and elegance. The Oberoi Philae complements the beautiful setting of the majestic Nile, with teak paneling, parquet floors, European antiques and Oriental carpets adorning the public areas. All cabins are well appointed, bearing in mind the comfort of all passengers, and feature a private balcony with sun loungers from where guests admire the ever-changing views.

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Movenpick Radamis I

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The Radamis I offers accommodation in 72 deluxe air-conditioned cabins and boasts a range of public areas to suit every mood from where guests can absorb the ever-changing scenery between Aswan and Luxor. The ship’s 900 square metre sun deck with bar and swimming pool provides ample space for relaxation between excursions to the magnificent temples and tombs of the ancient world.

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Movenpick Radamis II

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The Radamis II river cruiser provides an opportunity to experience the wonders of the Nile while traveling in comfort and style. The ship features 80 spacious cabins with beautiful panoramic windows that allow guests to view the Nile while lying on their bed. Other amenities on board include a 900 square meter sun deck, a restaurant serving a varied mix of menus and cuisines, three bars, and a lounge with disco that offers nightly music, drinks and entertainment.

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Movenpick Royal Lotus

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Pure luxury and unrivaled hospitality await guests on the Royal Lotus. This new, modern river vessel offers spacious accommodation and a range of public areas from where you can absorb the ever-changing scenery between Luxor and Aswan. The Lotus restaurant serves mouth-watering meals, while the elegantly decorated Crescent lounge and bar are the perfect place to relax with a drink after a day of sightseeing. A dip into the refreshing plunge pool may be just what you desire, while the loungers are perfect for sun worshipers. All in all, the Royal Lotus is an excellent choice for those looking for a luxury cruise on the Nile.

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Sonesta Star Goddess

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  • River cruises

The beautiful Star Goddess started cruising in 2006, allowing her guests to enjoy upscale hospitality and luxurious modern decor designed to offer maximum comfort and space. After guided tours of ancient sites, passengers can relax in the swimming pool, enjoy a massage in the full-service spa or run on the jogging track. Fine dining awaits guests in the restaurant and nightly entertainment caps off a memorable day.

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Sonesta St George I

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The St. George I is a modern river cruiser that offers state-of-the-art facilities and services for the discerning traveller. Luxurious accommodation and sophisticated public areas provide the ultimate in comfort, elegance and design. Guests are invited to enjoy stylish dining experiences in the main dining room and to sip refreshing cocktails and beverages on the sun deck while taking in the breathtaking views of the Nile.

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Sonesta Sun Goddess

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  • River cruises

The Sun Goddess is one of the leading Nile cruisers. She was built in Cairo and designed by Belgian interior designer José Vanden Bossche, featuring 58 cabins with broad panoramic views and a host of deluxe amenities. Throughout the interiors and deck areas guests will find all the modern conveniences, elegance and comforts expected from a 5-star river cruiser.

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Oberoi Zahra

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  • River cruises

A truly luxurious Nile River cruising journey awaits guests on the plush Oberoi Zahra. Unparalleled elegance and comfort and impeccable service make the stay on board an unforgettable experience. Quiet efficiency, elegant interiors and deluxe cabins with large windows providing splendid view are key features of this river cruiser. In addition to her lavish amenities, the Oberoi Zahra is the only boat on the Nile with a full-service spa.

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Luciole

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The Luciole hotel barge combines comfort, personal service and gastronomy as she explores the waterways of Central France. With a spacious lounge featuring large picture windows, a library, open bar and observation deck, guests are able to enjoy the character of the Nivernais in a warm and relaxed atmosphere. The four course evening meals accompanied by wines of the region are a highlight with the on-board chef cooking up French specialties with a modern twist.

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Galileo

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  • Coastal cruises

Rebuilt in 2004 and renovated in 2007, the Galileo is a classic steel motor sailor furnished with 26 comfortable cabins and well-appointed public areas. The elegantly decorated interiors include a spacious dining room with wood and leather finishing and a warm, cozy lounge area with an American bar. Guests on board the Galileo can also relax on the shaded deck area with its outdoor bar or sunbathe on the loungers on the spacious sun deck.

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Harmony G

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The intimate Harmony G mega-yacht offers a perfect balance between conventional cruising and private yachting. Launched in 2001 and fully renovated in 2010, this sleek vessel is equipped with the latest amenities and furnished in a sophisticated and modern style. Spectacular views can be enjoyed from each of the 22 cabins as well as from the indoor and outdoor public areas, such as the lounge, American Bar and sun deck.

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Harmony V (Cruise Only)

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Sleek in design, this sophisticated, modern mega-yacht was launched in 2008 and blends conventional cruising with a private yachting experience. Powerful engines, generators and state-of-the-art twin stabilizers allow for safe and comfortable cruising, while guests mingle with their fellow passengers in the tastefully decorated lounge and adjoining restaurant or unwind in the mini spa or on the expansive sun deck, drinking in the spectacular fleeting sights.

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Dalmatinac

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  • Expedition cruises

The 23-meter Dalmatinac offers moderate levels of comfort for a maximum of 22 passengers. The vessel was built in 1957 and refurbished in 2002 to cruise along the magnificent coast of Croatia. Cabins are small and furnished with bunk beds with one shower and toilet for every five passengers. Outdoors, the Dalmatinac has deck chairs to lounge about on, as well as lilo's and other various inflatables for use in the water.

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Dalmatinka

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  • Expedition cruises

Sister ship to the Dalmatinac is the newer Dalmatinka. The Dalmatinka was originally built in 1968 and refurbished in 2006 to provide modest comforts to her maximum of 22 passengers as she sails the Croatian coast. Cabins are small and furnished with bunk beds with one shower and toilet for every five passengers. Outdoors, the Dalmatinac has deck chairs to lounge about on, as well as lilo's and other various inflatables for use in the water.

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Ika

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  • Expedition cruises

The Ika is a 22 metre motor driven boat perfect for exploring the magnificent Croatian coastline and islands. Cabins are based on twin share although some have a 3rd bed option and all include bedding. The Ika has deck chairs to relax on, as well as lilos and other inflatables for use in the water. In addition there are small dinghies to convey passengers into the bays to explore and swim from the fabulous beaches.

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Javorak

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  • Expedition cruises

At 22.5 metres, the Javorak is bigger than many boats that sail the Croatian coastline. The cabins accommodate 2 passengers, predominantly in bunk beds, although some do have a 3rd bed option. Outside there are deck chairs for relaxing whilst enjoying the fabulous scenery, as well as various inflatables for fun in the water.

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Lopar

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  • Expedition cruises

The Lopar is made up mainly of below deck cabins, with a small number of above deck cabins. They are based on twin share (bunk beds) with separate toilets and showers on the main deck of the boats. There is an average of 1 shower and toilet to every five passengers. The cabins are quite small, however they all have wash basins and come complete with all your bedding. Outdoors, the Lopar has deck chairs to lounge about on, as well as lilo's and other various inflatables for use in the water. There are also small dingies to ferry people into the bays if they want to sit on the beaches rather than swim off the boat.

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Madona

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  • Expedition cruises

The Madona is bigger than many boats that sail in Croatia and provides the convenience of an ensuite bathroom. The ensuite cabins are quite small with space enough to shower and change comfortably. The cabins are based on twin share and are mostly bunk beds. All bedding is provided as well as a cabin towel for personal use. The cabins are mainly located above deck, which are sometimes over two levels (main deck & top deck). The above deck cabins are popular for passengers who are more likely to spend time in them during the day if you want to relax. There are 3 or 4 triple cabins on the boat which have a double bed below and a single bunk above. If available, double beds are allocated to those that requested them on the day of departure. Outdoors, the Madona has deck chairs to lounge about on, as well as lilo's and other various inflatables for use in the water.

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Maestral

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  • Expedition cruises

The Maestral is made up mainly of below deck cabins, with a small number of above deck cabins. They are based on twin share (bunk beds) with separate toilets and showers on the main deck of the boats. There is an average of 1 shower and toilet to every five passengers. The cabins are quite small, however they all have wash basins and come complete with all your bedding. Outdoors, the Maestral has deck chairs to lounge about on, as well as lilo's and other various inflatables for use in the water. There are also small dingies to ferry people into the bays if they want to sit on the beaches rather than swim off the boat.

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Mihovil

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  • Expedition cruises

The Mihovil is larger than many of the boats that sail arond Croatia and offers a range of accommodation, primarily in above-deck cabins. A cruise on the Mihovil is all about relaxation and fun in the sun, and as such, the ship is equipped with comfortable chairs out on deck, as well as a range of lilos and inflatables for use in the water. Guests are free to swim in the clear waters of the Adriatic, or sunbathe on deck as the Mihovil cruises the spectacular coast of Croatia.

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Mlini

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The Mlini is made up mainly of below deck cabins, with a small number of above deck cabins. They are based on twin share (bunk beds) with separate toilets and showers on the main deck of the boats. There is an average of 1 shower and toilet to every five passengers. The cabins are quite small, however they all have wash basins and come complete with all your bedding. Outdoors, the Mlini has deck chairs to lounge about on, as well as lilo's and other various inflatables for use in the water. There are also small dingies to ferry people into the bays if they want to sit on the beaches rather than swim off the boat.

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Novi Dan

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  • Expedition cruises

The Novi Dan is made up mainly of below deck cabins, with a small number of above deck cabins. Outdoors, the Novi Dan has deck chairs to lounge about on, there are also small dingies to ferry people into the bays if they want to sit on the beaches rather than swim off the boat.

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Skarda

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The Skarda is a classic motor yacht rebuilt in the year 2000. She has 11 double-bedded cabins, nine on the main deck and two on the lower deck. The Salon has a well-stocked bar while the teak upper deck has facilities for dining, dancing and sun-bathing. A friendly crew of six including a well-known Mediterranean cook, services the vessel. On-board sports equipment includes a 15 foot zodiac, wind surfers, fishing tackle and skin diving gear.

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Vrgada

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  • Expedition cruises

At 23 meters in length, the motor-sailer Vrgada is a larger than many boats that sail the stunning Croatian coastline. She was renovated in 1998 and has good outside space, with an 80 square meter sundeck to lounge on as you take in the impressive scenery. Accommodation is provided in twin cabins with bunk beds and showers and WCs are shared, with around one shower/WC between five passengers.

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Victoria Anna

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  • River cruises

The newly built Victoria Anna is setting the standard for Yangtze River cruising. A three-story atrium lobby welcomes guests to a decor blending modern comfort and elegant Asian design. The river vessel accommodates 268 passengers in generously sized cabins. The newest and most luxurious ship on the Yangtze, the Victoria Anna promises a journey of unbelievable comfort and grand style.

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Victoria Grace

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The Victoria Grace offers passengers charming accommodation, and impeccable service. The newly reconstructed vessel provides a travel experience that focuses on the river destinations, its scenery, natural history and culture. A warm, hospitable staff enables travelers to make the most of their time to relax, unwind and enjoy each moment to its fullest while embracing the enchanting river scenes of the Yangtze.

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Victoria Jenna

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  • River cruises

Victoria Jenna is the newest and largest ship in the Victoria Cruises fleet, introduced in Spring 2009. Carrying a maximum of 400 passengers in 200 elegantly appointed cabins, she boasts the highest passenger capacity of all vessels sailing the mighty Yangtze.

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Victoria Katarina

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  • River cruises

The Victoria Katarina, built in 2004, is an acclaimed deluxe river cruise ship. Setting a new standard for river cruising on the Yangtze, this vessel features the latest technologies, spacious cabins with floor-to-ceiling windows and private balconies, and elegant public areas. Her design blends modern and chic décor with personal touches, making the on board experience one of comfort and luxury.

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Victoria Sophia

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  • River cruises

The Victoria Sophia is the flagship within an upgraded fleet. Specifically constructed to accommodate both leisure and business travelers, the Victoria Sophia has over 1200 square feet of space on board. The Victoria Sophia has been redesigned with private balconies for all cabins to allow intimate, private views of the scenery of the Three Gorges; a highlight of the cruise.

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Victoria Lianna

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  • River cruises

Rebuilt in 2003, the Victoria Lianna offers graceful public areas, with high ceilings carved with delicate craft and detail. Her over 1200 square feet space on board accommodates just over 200 business and leisure travelers in comfort and style. The elegant ambiance and signature Victoria hospitality aboard the Victoria Queen is Yangtze River cruising at its finest.

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Victoria Rose

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  • River cruises

Discover Yangtze river cruising at its finest aboard the graceful Victoria Rose. Refurbished in 2001, her elegant interiors lend the Victoria Rose a traditional and intimate character, offering home-like comforts to all guests on board. The elegant décor weaves throughout the cabins and public areas, evoking a sense of the past.

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Victoria Selina

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  • River cruises

The Victoria Selina is a 5 star river cruiser accommodating just over 200 passengers in luxury and comfort as they experience the scenery, history and culture of the Yangtze. Guests on board journey in sophisticated style with the ship’s interiors boasting elegant decor coupled with modern amenities. Beautifully furnished cabins with private balconies, stylish public areas and unrivaled service make the Victoria Selina a leading cruiser on the Yangtze River.

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River Cloud II

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  • River cruises

Built in 2001 the River Cloud II is a floating five-star hotel, boasting Mediterranean flair and contemporary elegance. With her design reminiscent of the 1930s Golden Age of Travel, the River Cloud II brings new standards of luxury to river cruising. Public areas, such as the lounge, featuring a Steinway grand piano, are tastefully decorated, while all the cabins are well appointed and feature carefully selected accessories.

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Casanova

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  • River cruises

Newly built in 2001, and refurbished in 2006, the Casanova is a deluxe river cruiser accommodating up to 96 passengers in 48 cabins. Inviting bars and elegant lounges, adorned with original art works that hang on walls paneled with polished wood, evoke a country house hotel ambiance. After a day’s exploration of the many treasures dotting Europe’s great rivers the Casanova provides a stylish retreat. *Please note that German is the principal language spoken on this vessel. All documents, announcements and excursions will be in German only. English, as an onboard language, will be provided for groups with a minimum of 30 passengers only.

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Dresden

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  • River cruises

The Dresden is a deluxe river cruiser accommodating just over 100 passengers in 54 sumptuous staterooms. Built in 1991 and refurbished in 2005 the ship’s elegant interiors boast impeccable furnishing and classic design. No detail has been overlooked in providing an exceptionally comfortable cruising experience – from the table settings of fine china and sparkling crystal to the beds dressed with Egyptian cotton sheets.

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Heidelberg

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  • River cruises

Travel in unsurpassed style aboard the Heidelberg – a deluxe 110 passenger river cruiser. Built in 2004 and refurbished in 2007 the ship has been designed with luxurious comfort and classic elegance in mind. Sumptuous furnishings throughout the exquisite public rooms and exceptionally large and beautifully appointed cabins make the Heidelberg a leading river cruiser. *Please note that German is the principal language spoken on this vessel. All documents, announcements and excursions will be in German only. English, as an onboard language, will be provided for groups with a minimum of 30 passengers only.

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Frederic Chopin

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  • River cruises

On board the deluxe Frederic Chopin, Art Deco furnishings, Tiffany glass, marble touches and original artwork throughout the interiors set the tone of the ship. There are 41 en suite cabins accommodating 79 guests on board the 272 foot vessel. All cabins are identical at 140 square feet except for 2 suites at 160 square feet and 3 single cabins. Guests can enjoy the luxury of amenities such as a library, hair salon, gift shop and laundry services. In addition, there is a handsome lounge with bar, a restaurant and a sundeck with lounge chairs from which to take in the fresh air and breathtaking views along the Elbe River. Destinations include Berlin and Prague as well as charming small towns, majestic castles and Baroque cities.

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Katharina von Bora

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  • River cruises

The Katharina von Bora features 41 stylish staterooms and the finest public areas, spread over three spacious decks. The ship was first built in 2000 and was refurbished in 2006 to offer absolute comfort for discerning travellers. Her furnishings evoke the experience of a country house hotel, making the Katharina von Bora a welcome retreat after a day of sightseeing and exploration. *Please note that German is the principal language spoken on this vessel. All documents, announcements and excursions will be in German only. English, as an onboard language, will be provided for groups with a minimum of 30 passengers only.

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Mozart

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  • River cruises

Built in 1987, the Mozart is one of the most luxurious river vessels in the world. Refurbished in 2006, this incomparable ship is resplendent with polished rosewood and original art. She is also distinguished by the large size of her staterooms and the number of public areas available. Boasting the only full-sized indoor pool on any river cruiser in Europe, the Mozart is a truly exceptional vessel.

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Cezanne

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  • River cruises

The Cezanne is a deluxe 50 cabin river cruiser which offers cruises from Paris into the Normandy countryside. The ship was origianlly built in 1993 and later refurbished in 2006. The elegant décor on board is reminiscent of an intimate country house hotel. Original works of art can be found throughout the stylish public rooms and a luxurious restaurant provides the perfect setting for fine dining. On board the Cezanne guests can enjoy homely comforts while drinking in the wonderful scenery floating past.

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River Ambassador

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  • River cruises

Completely refurbished in 2006, the River Ambassador accommodates no more than 128 passengers in an intimate and chic setting. Classic design and lush interiors await guests of this elegant river cruiser. After a day of sightseeing the lounges, panoramic restaurant and two sun decks provide a comfortable retreat for unwinding and absorbing the wonderful passing scenery before retiring to one of the lavishly appointed staterooms.

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Douro Queen

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  • River cruises

Flanked by steep vineyard-clad hills and stone terraces is Portugal’s beautiful Douro River. Discover the sights and sounds of this hidden gem aboard the deluxe Douro Queen – one of the newest and most luxurious ships to sail the river Douro. The Douro Queen is an intimate vessel, carrying only up to 126 guests in a small-ship setting that meets the standards of the most discerning river cruise connoisseurs.

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River Baroness

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  • River cruises

The 66-stateroom River Baroness offers guests unrivaled comfort and style as she cruises to some of Europe’s most popular sights. Completely refurbished in 2005, the River Baroness offers a choice of gracefully decorated public areas from where guests can enjoy the ever-changing scenery. Modern amenities, well-appointed outside staterooms, and an intimate and friendly environment distinguish the River Baroness.

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River Beatrice

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Refurbished in 2008 and with her debut in 2009, the River Beatrice is the latest ship to join the fleet. The 160-passenger vessel is a state-of-the-art river cruiser featuring the highest quality furnishings and modern amenities. Most of her outside staterooms boast French balconies allowing guests to enjoy private viewing of the ever-changing scenery, while the expansive public areas offer plenty of opportunities to relax and unwind in an intimate environment.

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River Countess

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  • River cruises

The River Countess is a grand river cruise ship carrying a maximum of only 134 guests in her newly refurbished interiors. The classic décor sets the tone of casual elegance that pervades on board – from the lavishly appointed staterooms to the exquisite Panorama Restaurant. With a choice of lounges and an expansive sun deck, there is ample space for guests to relax and unwind after a day of sightseeing.

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River Duchess

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  • River cruises

Built in 2003 and refurbished as recently as 2007, the River Duchess offers river cruising to exciting destination in the comfort of exquisitely decorated public areas and staterooms. Take time off and absorb the expansive views of the ever-changing scenery from the charming and spacious Europa Lounge or unwind in the more casual Patio Lounge. On board the River Duchess guests will find beauty and comfort at every turn.

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River Empress

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  • River cruises

Raising the standard of luxury river cruising is the intimate, boutique hotel-style River Empress. She joined the fleet in 2002 and has since been refurbished in 2005 to accommodate up to 134 passengers in effortless comfort and style. The River Empress’s charmingly elegant public areas and lavishly appointed staterooms are guaranteed to make the journey on board as splendid as her wonderful destinations.

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River Princess

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  • River cruises

A new standard for river cruising in Europe was set with the launch of the beautiful River Princess in 2001. The vessel was refurbished in 2005, featuring honey-colored woods, aluminum accents and deep color schemes. This soothing ambiance is reflected in her elegant and spacious lounges and lavishly appointed staterooms. Panoramic floor-to-ceiling windows make the Europa Lounge a floating showcase of ever-changing scenery.

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River Queen

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  • River cruises

Resembling the Grand River steamships of the 1930s, the River Queen is a unique gem among the river cruisers traversing the European waterways. Her plush interiors, reminiscent of the Art Deco style, evoke an inviting atmosphere of classical elegance. The 64 staterooms offer all the amenities and comforts of a floating hotel with the intimacy and comfort of a small ship cruise.

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River Royale

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  • River cruises

The 132-passenger River Royale combines quality craftsmanship and the latest technical innovations. Launched in 2006 this elegant river cruiser boasts the finest furnishings and stylish décor, providing the ultimate in comfort on board. The ambiance of the public areas is welcoming and inviting, with lounges and a sun deck presenting ideal places for unwinding while viewing the wonderful passing scenery.

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Evolution

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  • Coastal cruises

The Evolution combines design that is reminiscent of the classic and graceful lines of the 1920s with modern day comfort and safety. She is an elegant expedition vessel large enough to provide spacious interiors and expansive outdoor social areas, yet also small enough to offer an up-close experience of the Galapagos. Exceptional accommodations for a maximum of 32 guests, a sun deck with beautiful rattan furniture and a small hot tub on bow are some of the plentiful amenities on board the Evolution.

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Grace

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This elegant yacht has a very interesting history; at various times she has been owned by millionaires, such as Aristotle Onassis, she has served the British Navy, was once the holiday home of Winston Churchill and is now named after her late owner, Princess Grace of Monaco. With just 9 cabins and a crew of 10 plus Naturalist Guides and a Cruise Director, personal service is high on the agenda. The boat also comes equipped with sea kayaks, snorkeling gear and wetsuits to enable you to get close to the stunning marine life and scenery of the Galapagos.

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Napoleon

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  • River cruises

The Napoleon is a beautifully appointed river cruiser, combining all the amenities of a luxury hotel with the friendly ambience of a country inn. The boat can comfortably accommodate up to 12 guests on three spacious decks. A sun deck with jacuzzi and exercise equipment is located on the top deck; the main deck is home to the salon, dining room and one stateroom, and the lower deck contains the remaining five guest cabins. The vessel is fully air-conditioned throughout and you can expect to sample wonderful French cuisine, freshly prepared by the chef and accommpanied by fine regional wines, while you are on board. The Napoleon is available for charter as well as individual bookings.

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Island Spirit

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  • Expedition cruises

The Island Spirit was originally built in 1978 as an oil supply vessel but was completely rebuilt and repowered in 2002 to carry 32 passengers in 16 well-appointed en suite staterooms along the stunning Alaskan coastline.

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Minerva

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  • Expedition cruises

Minerva (formerly called Explorer II) combines the grace of a country hotel with the strength of an explorer vessel to provide passengers with a comfortable expedition in the remote seas of Antarctica. A journey on the Minerva will take you on an adventure that few other cruise passengers will get to experience. You'll never forget your first circumnavigation of a 100-foot-high aquamarine-tinted iceberg, followed by the placid gazes of the dozen sleek seals camped out on its slopes. The journey is a fresh and exciting alternative to the traditional ocean cruise, offering unparalleled views of the Antarctic seascape. The accommodation aboard the ship is amongst the most spacious and comfortable available on any Antarctic cruise; all rooms have outside views, private bathrooms, satellite television service, telephone and individual climate controls. The Minerva has been votes by Conde Nast as ‘the world’s best expedition ship’.

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Marjorie II

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  • Hotel barging

The Marjorie II's size offers a level of personnel service unusual on a hotel vessel. When entering the Marjorie II you will be struck by the well-designed interior created for luxury, elegance and spaciousness. Relax in the beautiful surroundings and enjoy an unrivalled view from the large panoramic windows while cruising the inland waterways of Europe. In the dining room you will find French cuisine of the highest quality, served on the finest china and silverware, all of which combine for a memorable culinary experience. The sundeck is the perfect place to relax, further enhanced by the enticing Jacuzzi. What better place to appreciate the scenery! Cabin comfort is a priority on the Marjorie II. The bedrooms have been created to comfortably accommodate queen or twin beds. Each room has been furnished in an old ship style with mahogany and brass fittings. If you wish to keep in touch with home or just wind down at the end of the day, then make full use of the Satellite TV and video library. The en-suite bathrooms come fully fitted with double sinks, oversized showers with massage jets and all necessary amenities. This spacious river barge compromises three decks: the main deck, the cabin deck and a sundeck. As well as this there is a saloon and dining area. The boat carries with it bicycles that are available to use.

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Prospérité

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  • Hotel barging

The Prospérité is a luxury barge navigating the rivers and canals of central Burgundy. A maximum of 8 people can indulge in this memorable journey through one of the most beautiful regions of France. Admire the medieval villages nestled in vineyard-clad hills gliding past while soaking in the hot tub on deck or be entertained by the Chef’s planned and impromptu demonstrations in French or Continental cuisine.

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Colibri

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  • Hotel barging

Colibri is a classic Dutch canal barge, built in Friesland Holland in 1931, and lovingly converted into a luxury hotel. The barge has been completely refitted in 2004, with added touches of luxury and an air of relaxed elegance. Despite her generous size Colibri takes only four guests, thus affording space and maximum comfort to all parties. The interior is air conditioned to ensure your well-being.

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Pacific Monarch

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  • Expedition cruises

Cruising on the Pacific Monarch offers travelers a relaxing, intimate atmosphere, casual ambiance, an unrivaled cultural experience, and the opportunity to be part of an educational adventure. Each cabin has a private bath with shower. All have air-conditioning and heat control. There is an open-seating dining room with picture windows. The ship has several zodiacs for water activities, snorkeling gear, and kayaks. There is a large swim platform on the stern for easy boarding from the water and small boats.

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Aegeotissa I

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  • Coastal cruises

The Aegeotissa I (formerly the Aegean Lady) is a charming, traditional rigged motor sailing yacht. The yacht has large teak decks, with mid-ship and fore-ship areas for relaxing upon with solarium, sun loungers and deck chairs. On the Alf deck there are comfortable seats and varnished dining tables, providing a great meeting place for guests on the yacht.

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Aegeotissa II

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  • Coastal cruises

The Aegeotissa II cuts effortlessly through the sparkling surface of the cobalt Aegean waters. With three sun decks, a bar and twelve double cabins, this wooden deluxe motor sail boat is a holiday on her own. Comfortable and solid, she offers all the luxury of larger ships but is more exclusive.

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Panagiota

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  • Coastal cruises

The Pangiota is a family owned luxury yacht with excellent sailing behavior. It combines the character and craftsmanship of a traditional Greek sailing yacht with the luxury and safety of a modern yacht. Its design makes it the right boat for relaxing vacations at sea, with spacious and interior living areas, and sprawling, uncluttered decks ideal for groups seeking a holiday lifestyle focused around sea, sun and friends on board.

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Belize Aggressor III

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  • Expedition cruises

The Belize Aggressor III is a luxurious four deck expedition yacht that enables passengers to explore some of the finest dive sites off the coast of Belize. The boat has been specifically designed for the needs of the diver and has a spacious, well designed dive deck. In addition, trained crew of six is there to take care of your every need.

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Cayman Aggressor IV

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  • Expedition cruises

The Cayman Aggressor IV is a luxurious diving yacht that allows passengers to explore some of the world’s best diving sites in live aboard luxury. The boat has been designed for the needs of the diver and has a spacious, well designed dive deck and trained crew to take care of your every need.

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Fiji Aggressor II

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  • Expedition cruises

The Fiji Aggressor II is a luxurious three deck expedition yacht that enables passengers to explore some of the finest dive sites off the coast of Fiji. The boat has been specifically designed for the needs of the diver and has a spacious, well designed dive deck.

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Fiji Aggressor III

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  • Expedition cruises

The Fiji Aggressor II is a luxurious two deck expedition yacht that enables passengers to explore some of the finest dive sites off the coast of Fiji. The boat has been specifically designed for the needs of the diver and has a spacious, well designed dive deck.

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Galapagos Aggressor I

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  • Expedition cruises

The Galapagos Aggressor I offers an adventure aboard a luxurious, fully equipped four deck live-aboard dive yacht. The boat is furnished to the highest standards of comfort available, offering guests superb onboard facilities and service. Passengers can relax in the cozy lounge and dining area with bar and entertainment center, or unwind on the partially shaded sun deck that features a wet bar, hot tub and deck chairs.

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Galapagos Aggressor II

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  • Expedition cruises

The Galapagos Aggressor II offers an elegant adventure aboard a luxurious, fully equipped four deck live-aboard dive yacht. A journey around the Galapagos Islands enables passengers to enjoy spectacular diving and unusual scenery and fauna, but also to experience high quality living conditions onboard; the boat is equipped to the highest standards of comfort available. You will be led by experienced captains, attended by a friendly crew, and guided by professional multilingual naturalists and divemasters. Passengers can relax in the comfortably furnished lounge and dining area that features a bar and entertainment centre, as well as a computer station with internet. In addition, the accommodation is luxurious, with seven double rooms that are spacious, bright and fully air-conditioned, and have LCD/DVD/MP3 players. Elsewhere on the boat, passengers can relax on the partially shaded sun deck that features a wet bar, hot tub, chaise lounges, barbeque grill and deck chairs.

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Kona Aggressor II

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  • Expedition cruises

The Kona Aggressor I offers an elegant adventure aboard a luxurious, fully equipped two deck live-aboard dive yacht. A journey around Hawaii enables passengers to enjoy spectacular diving, while relaxing in luxurious comfort on the yacht. You will be led by experienced captains, attended by a friendly crew, and guided by professional divemasters. Passengers can relax in the comfortably furnished lounge and dining areas that features a bar and entertainment centre, as well as a computer station with internet. In addition, the accommodation on the Kona Aggressor II is luxurious, with six rooms that are spacious, bright and fully air-conditioned, and have LCD/DVD/MP3 players. Elsewhere on the boat, passengers can relax on the partially shaded sun deck that features a wet bar, hot tub, chaise lounges, barbeque grill and deck chairs.

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Okeanos Aggressor

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  • Expedition cruises

The Okeanos Aggressor offers an elegant adventure aboard a luxurious, fully equipped four deck live-aboard dive yacht. A journey around the Cocos Islands in Costa Rica enables passengers to enjoy spectacular diving, while relaxing in luxurious comfort on the yacht.

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Palau Aggressor II

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  • Expedition cruises

The Palau Aggressor II offers an elegant adventure aboard a luxurious, fully equipped three deck live-aboard dive yacht. A journey around Palau enables passengers to enjoy spectacular diving, while relaxing in luxurious comfort on the yacht.

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Turks and Caicos Aggressor II

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  • Expedition cruises

The Turks and Caicos Aggressor offers an elegant adventure aboard a luxurious, fully equipped four deck live-aboard dive yacht. A journey around the Turks and Caicos enables passengers to enjoy spectacular diving, while relaxing in luxurious comfort on the yacht. You will be led by experienced captains, attended by a friendly crew, and guided by professional dive masters.

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Utila Aggressor

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  • Expedition cruises

The Utila Aggressor offers an elegant adventure aboard a luxurious, fully equipped three deck live-aboard dive yacht. A journey around the bay of Honduras enables passengers to enjoy spectacular diving, while relaxing in luxurious comfort on the yacht.

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North Sulawesi Aggressor

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  • Expedition cruises

The North Sulawesi Aggressor offers an elegant adventure aboard a luxurious, fully equipped three deck live-aboard dive yacht. A journey around Palau enables passengers to enjoy spectacular diving, while relaxing in luxurious comfort on the yacht.

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Maldives Aggressor

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  • Coastal cruises

The 20-passenger Maldives Aggressor offers an elegant adventure aboard a luxurious, fully equipped live-aboard dive yacht. A journey around the Maldives enables passengers to enjoy spectacular diving, while relaxing in absolute comfort when on board. A comfortably furnished lounge, dining area with bar and a partially shaded sun deck with hot tub and chaise lounges offer guests plenty space for to unwind and drink in the beautiful scenery.

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Amalegro

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  • River cruises

The MS Amalegro joined the AMA fleet of luxury river cruisers in 2007. Carrying no more than 150 passengers, the Amalegro has been cleverly designed to offer more space and more unique features than almost any other European river boat. Her well-equipped public areas include two airy lounges, a huge sundeck, whirlpool, fitness room, beauty salon and an elegant restaurant offering top level international cuisine.

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AmaDagio

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  • River cruises

The MS Amadagio was the first of the AMA fleet of luxury river cruisers to be launched in 2006 and set new standards in European river cruising. Carrying a maximum of 150 passengers, the Amadagio has been specially designed to offer more space and more unique features than almost any other European river boat. Her well-equipped public areas include two airy lounges, a huge sundeck, whirlpool, fitness room, beauty salon and an elegant restaurant offering top level international cuisine.

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Amacello

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  • River cruises

Making her debut in 2008, the Amacello forms part of the state-of-the-art fleet, the line that has redefined European river cruising with innovations that have set new standards in the industry. Like her sisterships, the Amacello accommodates no more than 148 passengers in unparalleled luxury, comfort and style. The ship is staffed by a highly-trained professional crew, with an ongoing emphasis on personal service.

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Tamr Henna

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  • River cruises

The newly renovated Tamr Henna is one of the top luxury ships cruising the Nile River. Designed and constructed in an elegant French colonial style the interiors are decorated with great artwork, marble and brass. A cruise on the Tamr Henna promises unmistakable luxury with well-appointed accommodation, a spacious lounge and bar and a beautiful sun deck featuring a swimming pool and pool bar.

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Amadouro

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Discover the rich history of Portugal and Spain as you journey through the Douro River Valley aboard the deluxe Amadouro cruise ship, the newest ship cruising the Douro River. Enjoy a glass of Port wine as you mingle with new friends in the spacious Panoramic Lounge or relax on the Sun Deck as the ship sails past beautiful vineyards on the hillsides of the Douro River.

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Swiss Pearl

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  • River cruises

The Swiss Pearl has been one of Europe’s most beautiful river cruise ships since 1993 and has recently started her new journey on the Rhône and Saône rivers in France. With her luxurious decor and facilities, your cruise experience will be a treasured one. The spacious staterooms boast all the amenities of a luxury hotel while public areas offer ample space for all guests to enjoy their leisure time on board while drinking in the magnificent river views.

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Selly Clipper II

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  • River cruises

The Selly Clipper II is a regional riverboat that accommodates 20 guests in 10 spacious all-outside cabins, with lower beds, private bathroom facilities with hot shower, individual air-conditioning and safety deposit box. The boat features a panoramic sundeck with a fantastic 360 degree view. The window-lined dining room seats all passengers comfortably, at the same time. The entertainment deck offers a bar with plenty of seating to relax in the evening.

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Amazon Angler

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  • River cruises

The Amazon Angler is a regional riverboat built in a yacht style. It hosts 10 passengers in 5 double air-conditioned cabins, there is a panoramic sundeck with a bar where passengers can relax and watch the rainforest slip by. The food is excellent and is a blend of American and Brazilian cuisine.

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Otter Premium

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  • River cruises

The Amazon Otter is an 88 feet long regional Riverboat. The boat features a panoramic sundeck with a fantastic 360 degree view. The window-lined dining room seats all passengers leisurely at same time. The entertainment deck offers a bar with plenty of comfortable seating, whirlpool and shower facilities.

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Premium

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  • River cruises

As the name suggests, the Premium is a luxury Amazon river boat. At 106 feet and accommodating just 32 guests in spacious, outside, en suite cabins, the Premium is able to offer good standards of service and comfort. Unique to the Premium is a large observation and sundeck offering an amazing 360 degree view of the stunning Amazon scenery. The well-designed public areas feature a window-lined dining room, air-conditioned lecture room with library and video facilities, a bar and a large covered outdoor area for sightseeing.

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Grande Mariner

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  • Coastal cruises

Designed specifically for small ship cruises in the Caribbean, US and Canada, the Grande Mariner was launched in 1998 and then fully refurbished in 2010. Her 48 cabins have been newly configured and feature stylish décor, new bathrooms and furniture while the inviting lounge has been renovated to include a state-of-the-art audio-visual system and 180 degree views. The atmosphere on board the Grande Mariner is intimate, leisurely and informal, offering guests a home-from-home environment during their cruise.

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Grande Caribe

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  • Coastal cruises

The Grande Caribe cruises seasonally around America: from the Intracoastal Waterway in Spring onto Cape Cod and the islands in Summer and to Inland Waterways in the Autumn. A laid-back, relaxed atmosphere attracts those looking for an informal cruise with spectacular scenery. The ship was launched in 1997 but refurbished in 2009 with totally new décor and furniture in the lounge, dining room and cabins. The Grande Caribe also benefits from a new, state-of-the-art audio-visual system in the lounge.

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American Glory

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  • Coastal cruises

Built in 2002 the American Glory will take guests to charming ports that capture the history and culture of America. The oversized state rooms, most with private balconies, accommodate no more than 49 passengers in a comfortable, country club atmosphere. In the glass enclosed dining room, enjoy a panoramic view and a meal prepared with the freshest seasonal ingredients. The public lounges and observation decks spread across 4 decks offer more opportunities to take in the scenery and mingle with other travellers.

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American Star

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  • Coastal cruises

The American Star entered service in June 2007 and offers guests the unique style of cruising in which passengers have the opportunity to fully experience the wildlife, history and culture of each port of call while enjoying exemplary service and the company of fellow travellers. 100 guests luxuriate in oversized state rooms, most with private balconies. 4 decks and a glass enclosed dining salon offer many places to take in the gorgeous scenery. Experiencing the best of America, from tranquil small towns to hospitable southern ports, guests will travel to sites that are both historical and beautiful.

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Anatolie

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  • Coastal cruises

This 40-ton wooden motor sailor yacht was built in 1996 in the Southeast Aegean Sea. Get a taste for Greece by sailing the blue Aegean Sea aboard Anatolie, a modern boat with a traditional gulet look. Based on the ancient gulet design, Anatolie is broad and beamy, maximizing space on deck for sailing and sunning.

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Irina

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  • Coastal cruises

Irina is a 66 foot ketch that accommodates 9 guests in 4 cabins. It is of classical Greek design, and comfortably takes charter guests around the Aegean Islands. She has two master cabins, each with private bathrooms and showers, as well as two double and one twin guest cabins with a shared bathroom.

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Tropic Sun

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  • Expedition cruises

The Tropic Sun was renovated in 1998. The vessel was originally built as a research vessel. It is used now for soft adventure, scuba and snorkeling. There is a swim/dive platform. Guided nature hikes and snorkeling are on offer and there is a bus trip to the Itabaca Channel and the highlands.

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Eiao

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Built in La Rochelle (France) by the “Fountaine-Pajot” shipyard, this large 17.50-m sailboat is ideally suited to the waters of French Polynesia. In addition to their sea keeping qualities, stability and shallow draft, they are designed as small, luxurious floating hotels with a maximum capacity of eight passengers. The accommodation offers both space and refinement: A large panoramic, well ventilated living room/lounge includes a dining area, lounge, bar and navigation area. Four self-contained, air-conditioned passenger cabins with bathroom are designed for eight passengers.

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Teremoana

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  • Coastal cruises

Built in La Rochelle by the “Fountaine-Pajot” shipyard, this large 17.50-m sailboat is ideally suited to the waters of French Polynesia. In addition to her sea keeping qualities, stability and shallow draft, she has been designed as a small, luxurious floating hotel with a maximum capacity of eight passengers.

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Orava

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  • Coastal cruises

Built in La Rochelle by the “Fountaine-Pajot” shipyard, this large 17.50-m sailboat is ideally suited to the waters of French Polynesia. In addition to their sea keeping qualities, stability and shallow draft, they are designed as small, luxurious floating hotels with a maximum capacity of eight passengers.

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Heiva

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  • Coastal cruises

The 17.5m Heiva is a stable sailing catamaran with a shallow draft, ideally suited to the waters of French Polynesia. Inside, she resembles a luxurious small hotel with 4 en-suite, air-conditioned cabins, a fabulous lounge/dining area and a bar area where wood and leatherwork abound. On the deck there is a dining area with sunshade and 2 large trampoline/sunbathing areas. Each hull has transom steps for easy access to the water.

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Mata Fenua

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  • Coastal cruises

Built in La Rochelle (France) by the “Fountaine-Pajot” shipyard, this large 17.50-m sailboat is ideally suited to the waters of French Polynesia. In addition to their sea keeping qualities, stability and shallow draft, they are designed as small, luxurious floating hotels with a maximum capacity of eight passengers. The accommodation offers both space and refinement: A large panoramic, well ventilated living room/lounge includes a dining area, lounge, bar and navigation area. Four self-contained, air-conditioned passenger cabins with bathroom are designed for eight passengers. The warm feeling created by the woodwork and leatherwork as well bespoke decoration adds to the pleasure of being aboard. On the deck, between 120 and 140 square meters of useful surface – a large cockpit-outside dining area sheltered from the sun – two large "trampoline/sunbathing areas" at the front of the boat – deck cushions and mattresses - each hull having transom steps for easy access to/from the water.

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Charaidew

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  • River cruises

The Charaidew is a 38m long twin-engine steel hulled passenger boat. She was converted in 2003 to provide 12 generous-sized twin or double cabins. Built to journey along the mighty Brahmaputra River through Northern India’s Assam region, the maximum group size of 24 is well-matched to the numbers of riding elephants available in National Parks along the way and is conducive to an intimate house-party atmosphere on board. All accommodation on the Charaidew is on the Upper Deck, alongside a bar and saloon opening onto the front deck and a large sundeck offers comfortable open-air seating in shade or sun.

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Sukapha

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  • River cruises

The Sukapha is a 38 meter long twin-engine, steel-hulled vessel that was built as a sister ship to the popular Charaidew. Retaining the design of the Charaidew, the Sukapha comprises 12 tastefully decorated cabins, a spacious saloon with French windows opening onto a front balcony deck and a dining room with glass doors down each side. A large sun deck offers the opportunity to relax on comfortable rattan chairs and sun loungers while floating past the beautiful scenery of the Ganges and the Hugli Rivers.

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Athos

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The Athos is a unique hotel barge offering luxury cruises on the South's of France's Canal du Midi. From the moment you step aboard for the Champagne Reception, the resident crew will attend to your every need. A journey on board the Athos is an unforgettable experience featuring exceptional cuisine, fine French wines and daily excursions through the scenic and historic Canal du Midi.

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Artistry

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  • River cruises

Built to create a warm and pleasant ambiance, and with the travelers' comfort and safety in mind, the Artistry is sleek and elegant and part of a new generation of river cruisers, with state-of-the-art technology. There is a gleaming two-story lobby, lit by a central glass skylight; giving a preview of the light, airy feel and the spectacular views you'll enjoy on this modern, spacious vessel.

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Tranquility

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  • River cruises

The Tranquility introduces a new type of ship to cruising. The navigational bridge is located in the stern, behind the passenger section, allowing for a more spacious and gracious interior design. In addition, the Sky Deck is vast for sunning, taking pictures, or simply just relaxing.

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Scenery

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  • River cruises

The Avalon Scenery has a design that differentiates her from our other vessels and reflects the uniqueness of the area. The staterooms are generously spacious and well appointed, with floor-to-ceiling windows on two decks. In addition, there is an elevator, and the whirlpool on the Sky Deck allows for a relaxing dip after a day of sightseeing.

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Imagery

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The Imagery enhances your river cruising experience with her revolutionary ‘Silent Drive System’ - quieter than traditional small ships. Whether from the spacious Sky Decks or through the panoramic picture windows inside, the Imagery is perfect for enjoying the exquisite passing European landscape. Daily entertainment includes lectures, folklore and dancing. All 75 ensuite cabins are outside facing with air-con, and most have a balcony.

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Don Jose

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The Don Jose will stop at some of the best dive sites in the area that has earned the Sea of Cortez its world-famous reputation for diving excellence. Live-aboard means flexibility, range and optimum diving time that day boats can’t match. The Don Jose comfortably accommodates up to 16 passengers in seven above-deck cabins. With a convenient swim step, storage lockers, DVD and VHS video system and a natural history library for your perusal, this vessel will make your adventure a true pleasure.

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Bilikiki

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  • Expedition cruises

In 1989 Bilikiki sailed as the first full service luxury liveaboard dive vessel in Solomon Islands. Since then she has gained as reputation as being among the best of the world's live aboards. The vessel boasts unparalleled space and comfort, an immense sun deck and plenty of covered deck space as well as air-conditioned accommodation.

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Spirit of Solomons

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Following in the tradition of her sister ship Bilikiki, the Spirit of Solomons joined the fleet as a luxurious liveboard vessel in Solomon Islands. At 125 feet the boats are large enough to withstand the conditions of the South Pacific, allowing for a comfortable and stable cruising experience. Both vessels boast unparalleled space and comfort, immense sun decks, plenty of covered deck space and air-conditioned accommodation.

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Fiji Princess

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  • Coastal cruises

Fiji Princess is internationally renowned for small ship cruising, offering three incredible journeys in Fiji's spectacular Mamanuca and Yasawa Islands. Sail to remote tropical islands, anchor off coconut trees and spectacular lagoons and swim, snorkel or dive in crystal clear waters. Fiji Princess is a modern 60 meter catamaran with 34 deluxe air-conditioned cabins split over three decks and a maximum capacity of 68 passengers. There are excellent onboard amenities including a luxurious dining saloon, spacious bar with a DJ station and widescreen TV, sun deck, boutique, spa, swimming pool, four sundecks and non-motorized watersports equipment. Romance packages are also available catering for weddings and honeymoons - please call for more information.

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Island Roamer

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  • Expedition cruises

Explore British Columbia and Southeast Alaska aboard the 68' Island Roamer, a luxury yacht featuring 8 cabins, 3 bathrooms and a deluxe salon. Watch whales in the ocean, see the elusive all-white Spirit Bear in the wilderness and visit ancient native villages along remote shorelines. You can ven help the crew sail the ship. For unique experiences and memorable adventures a fantastic, wilderness and wildlife coastal eco-small-ship cruise is the way to go.

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Island Odyssey

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  • Expedition cruises

Explore British Columbia and Southeast Alaska aboard the 68' Island Odyssey - a luxury yacht featuring 8 cabins, 3 bathrooms and a deluxe salon. Sailors will love her easy roller-reefing and performance under sail and all are welcome to help the crew sail. Discover ancient villages and amazing wildlife along remote shorelines. Shower under waterfalls, soak in hot springs or kayak up to an unexplored beach on a fantastic, eco-tour, small-ship cruise.

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Snow Goose

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  • Expedition cruises

The Snow Goose is a steel motor-vessel built in Alaska in 1973 as a private yacht. Ideal for research and education programs, she accommodates 12 passengers in 6 well-appointed cabins. The main deck features a spacious, airy salon; natural history library; galley and dining area. The upper bridge deck offers a good vantage point for spotting wildlife and comfortable seating for passengers who wish to get involved with the navigation of the ship.

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Liseron

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  • Expedition cruises

The Liseron accommodates 20 passengers in ten staterooms. All rooms have temperature controls, as well as private bathrooms with a sink, mirror, hairdryer, toilet and standard-size stall shower. There are also screened picture-frame windows that may be opened and every room is equipped with binoculars for wildlife viewing. There is a comfortable main salon with an entertainment centre entertainment center, and open bar and library. Here, passengers can relax while reading, watching videos or DVDs, or playing card games. Passengers can also enjoy educational presentation from trained naturalist guides. There is also a forward enclosed observation room on upper deck. There are also the more adventurous options of hiking, nature walks and beachcombing. Food is provided by two onboard stewards who prepare gourmet meals.

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Mist Cove

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  • Expedition cruises

The Mist Cove accommodates 24 passengers in 12 staterooms. All rooms have temperature controls, as well as private bathrooms with a sink, mirror, hairdryer, toilet and standard-size stall shower. There are also screened picture-frame windows that may be opened and every room is equipped with binoculars for wildlife viewing. There is a comfortable main salon with an entertainment centre entertainment center, and open bar and library. Here, passengers can relax while reading, watching videos or DVDs, or playing card games. Passengers can also enjoy educational presentation from trained naturalist guides. There is also a forward enclosed observation room on upper deck. There are also the more adventurous options of hiking, nature walks and beachcombing. Food is provided by two onboard stewards who prepare gourmet meals.

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Big Blue Explorer

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  • Expedition cruises

The Big Blue Explorer is large and well-equipped fully air-conditioned cruiser. This vessel is designed to provide the best diving and island adventures in some of the most beautiful parts of the world. Passengers on the boat are assisted by eighteen experienced and fully-trained crew who will create a relaxed atmosphere in which to enjoy the enchanting islands of the tropics.

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Cat Ppalu

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  • Coastal cruises

The Cat Ppalu can take you to scuba dive remote walls, wrecks, coral reefs and dive with sharks. You can snorkel most of the sites in the Exumas as well enjoy the crystal clear waters of the Central Bahamas. Cat Ppalu's interior decor is casual elegance, with no amenity overlooked. She accommodates 12 guests in a variety of comfortable private cabins.

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Sea Adventurer

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  • Expedition cruises

Travellers who seek an element of elegance for cruising around the Scottish Isles, Greenland and Norway should look no further than the Sea Adventurer. The ship was built in 1975 and has since undergone extensive refurbishment with the feel of an old ocean liner characterised with brass fittings and tall, dark wood panelling. The vessel now boasts 60 outside cabins with private facilities and a window-lined dining room and lounge where guests can relax. There are also two bars and a library stocked with nautical books and board games.

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Aranui III

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  • Expedition cruises

The Aranui III is a combined passenger and cargo vessel that cruises from Tahiti to the Marquesas Islands, the most remote archipelago in the world. ‘Aranui’ means ‘Great Highway’ in Maori and the Aranui III is named after her predecessors, two ships which carried cargo and passengers between the Marquesas and the rest of the world. This new, custom-built Aranui has been designed with passenger comfort in mind and offers spacious, air-conditioned accommodation for up to 200 passengers. The Aranui III is staffed by a professional, hospitable and lively team of Polynesians, most of them from the Marquesas, who will ensure that your journey on a working cargo ship is one to remember.

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River Kwai

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  • River cruises

The River Kwai, the first inland cruise ship in Thailand, is a newly built colonial style river cruiser specifically commissioned for sailing on the narrow and curvy Kwai Noi River. Elongated and with a shallow draft, the ship carries a maximum of 20 passengers in 10 comfortable cabins located on the main deck of the ship. Original Burmese teakwood accents that run throughout the vessel’s interiors, including all cabins, lend the River Kwai a special warmth and luxurious air.

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Spirit of Glacier Bay

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  • Expedition cruises

Formerly, the Spirit of Nantucket, the Spirit of Glacier Bay is purpose-built for coastal cruising and accessing the smaller coves and beaches. Refurbished in 2007, the interiors boast sleek, stylish and quietly elegant décor with light wood accents, evoking a casual country club atmosphere. This 102-passenger vessel well-appointed staterooms, an Observation Lounge and ample outside space on the bow and aft decks. **This ship is currently unavailable for scheduled cruises but may be available to charter - please call our agents for more details**.

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Spirit of Oceanus

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  • Expedition cruises

The impressive Spirit of Oceanus opens up new horizons for up-close, casual small-ship cruising. Hosting just 120 guests in comfortable outside suites the Spirit of Oceanus is ideal for travellers looking for an intimate and luxurious on-board experience. **This ship is currently unavailable for scheduled cruises but may be available to charter - please call our agents for more details**.

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Spirit of Alaska

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  • Expedition cruises

Originally built in 181, the Spirit of Alaska’s shallow draft, expansive bow and comfortable cruising speed make for optimum wildlife viewing. She carries up to 78 guests in well-appointed cabins and spacious public areas, with 3 Bridge Deck cabins offering the most extraordinary cruising feature – view windows both port and starboard, left and right. **This ship is currently unavailable for scheduled cruises but may be available to charter - please call our agents for more details**.

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Spirit of Columbia

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  • Expedition cruises

The Spirit of Columbia is a cozy vessel perfect for shared adventure in Prince William Sound. With her shallow draft and stately pace of cruising, you won't miss a thing as she lingers among the back channels, bays and wilderness islands. The boat provides a wide array of cabin categories for her 78 guests, ranging from lower deck inside cabins to deluxe staterooms with picture windows. A sun deck, dining room and lounge with panoramic windows offer plenty of opportunity for all guests to relax while observing the passing scenery. **This ship is currently unavailable for scheduled cruises but may be available to charter - please call our agents for more details**.

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Spirit of Discovery

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  • Expedition cruises

When stepping into the Discovery Lounge aboard the 84-passenger Spirit of Discovery, guests will notice the wealth of light, air, and views - wide picture windows port and starboard, and a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows facing forward. Backing the exquisite scene are a bar and library with skillfully detailed woodworking. Every category stateroom offers a wide view window, many of which open for you to enjoy fresh breezes. **This ship is currently unavailable for scheduled cruises but may be available to charter - please call our agents for more details**.

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Spirit of Endeavor

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  • Expedition cruises

The Spirit of Endeavour is a fast overnight-cruising vessel, allowing for maximum flexibility while en route. The decor is sleek, stylish, and quietly elegant with light wood accents and artistically etched glass. Up to 102 guests are catered for with well-appointed staterooms and spacious public areas, including the Explorer Lounge featuring expansive picture windows, a lending library, plus cozy banquettes and conversation circles for getting to know your fellow travellers. **This ship is currently unavailable for scheduled cruises but may be available to charter - please call our agents for more details**.

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Spirit of '98

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  • Expedition cruises

The Spirit of 98 was built in 1984 as a replica of the North American river steamships of the early 20th, complete with carved wooden cabinetry, plush floral upholstery, a Grand Salon and a full bar with old-world charm. The casual on-board atmosphere encourages interaction among the boat’s maximum of 96 guests, as she navigates the shallow waters for up-close encounters with nature and wildlife. **This ship is currently unavailable for scheduled cruises but may be available to charter - please call our agents for more details**.

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Spirit of Yorktown

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  • Expedition cruises

The Spirit of Yorktown has a year-round cruising schedule that takes her as far north as Alaska and south, into Mexico's marine-life-filled Sea of Cortes. Purpose-built for cruising in coastal waters, the ship’s easy maneuverability and shallow draft enable exploration of secluded waterways beyond the reach of bigger ships. Up to 138 guests can enjoy the sleek, stylish interiors with light wood accents and artistically etched glass, and drink in the views provided by the expansive picture windows in the Observation Lounge. **This ship is currently unavailable for scheduled cruises but may be available to charter - please call our agents for more details**.

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RMS St Helena

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  • Expedition cruises

The 128-passenger RMS St Helena regularly plies the route to the island of St Helena, one of the world’s most remote inhabited islands. Passengers can relax onboard in this informal environment that takes one back to a bygone era, where the journey was as important as the final destination. There are 48 spacious cabins, some of which feature picture windows and ensuite showers. Other cabins all have a porthole. Activities are diverse. Whether it is deck quoits, ocean cricket, a skittles tournament, quizzes, informative talks or video and film nights, the entertainment is perfectly balanced and often hilariously funny, and the choice to join in or simply watch it unwind is yours. Other amenities include two bars, a sundeck, swimming pool, a gym and a shop. There is a doctor as well as a well-equipped surgery onboard. A journey on The Royal Mail Ship St Helena can last from two weeks to a month and is a world away from the razzmatazz of the large cruise liners..

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