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Adriatic Queen

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The Adriatic Queen is a classified 5 star category vessel. Completely renovated in 2017 with state of the art equipment and amenities this impressive vessel will offer guests a luxurious stay. The Adriatic Queen can accommodate up to 30 passengers in 15 cabins, all fully air-conditioned, with queen-size (7) or twin beds (8). The ship features a very stylish fully air-conditioned salon-restaurant with panoramic windows, a bar and LCD TV. The large lounging sun deck has a jacuzzi and provides sun-shade cover and deck-beds for all passengers. The ship has a rear access platform to the sea as well as ladders for easy access to the water.

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Aegeotissa I

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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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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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Amazon Dream

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The Amazon Dream is a beautifully crafted river boat built from traditional ipe and itauba woods and measuring 27.5 meters in length. Carrying just 18 passengers this ship has an intimate feel yet offers guests plenty of space in which to relax and enjoy its surroundings. The inviting dining room is decorated with rich timbers, paintings and engravings depicting the history of the Amazon. On the upper deck guests can enjoy a cocktail at sunset made from the rich array of Amazon fruits on offer and relax on a comfortable chair in the Solarium.

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American Glory

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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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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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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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Anawrahta

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Anawrahta, is a tribute to a great King, the founder of the Burmese nation, the modern day Myanmar. Built to resemble a British colonial paddle steamer, the elegant 65-meter/ 214 feet long Anawrahta features three spacious decks and 23 luxurious cabins. With its elaborate carved woodwork and shining brass, intricate tiling and fine works of Burmese art, the Anawrahta takes guests back in time to an era of bygone elegance. Amenities include a colonial style lounge, Hintha Hall restaurant serving fine international cuisine with a Burmese theme and the Kiplings Bar with fine river views and British colonial style decor. Guests can also indulge in therapeutic spa treatments at the Thazin Spa or relax on the sun deck featuring elaborate sun lounge cabanas and a swimming pool.

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Ancient Capitals 5 Days (Bagan – Mandalay)

From $2270.99 Per person including taxes Available dates From 02 Dec 2019 To 23 Dec 2020

**Special Offer** Sail in 2019 and get 20% discount on all available 2019 voyages along the Ayeyarwady River. Published prices do not reflect discount. Please contact us for more information. The Golden Land Voyage from Bagan to Mandalay takes you on an extraordinary journey along Myanmar’s Irrawaddy River, also known as the Ayeyarwady. Discover life along the riverbank with tiered pagodas atop rambling teak monasteries, small riverside villages, the bustling trading town of Pakkoku and the rapidly modernizing city of Mandalay. Experience ancient Burma and 'Brave New Myanmar' side by side in a country undergoing a transformation.

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Ancient Capitals 4 Day Cruise (Mandalay to Bagan)

From $1920.99 Per person including taxes Available dates From 27 Nov 2019 To 19 Dec 2020

**Special Offer** Sail in 2019 and get 20% discount on all available 2019 voyages along the Ayeyarwady River. Published prices do not reflect discount. Please contact us for more information. A four day short cruise that allows you to experience rural life along the river and fascinating ancient capitals rich in history and culture. Visit the sacred hills of Sagaing and Bagaya Kyaung, a jaw-dropping teak monastery built in 1834 in Ava. You will also visit the riverside pottery village of Yandabo and the old trading town of Pakkoku before arriving at Bagan where thousands of ruined medieval temples and pagodas are scattered across the plain.

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Andrea

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This handsome vessel began her career as the popular Harald Jarl, cruising the Norwegian coastline and fjords where she developed quite a following over the years. Purchased and extensively renovated in 2003, Andrea provides a welcome return to the intimacy and classic nautical sensibility often lacking in larger ships.

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Angkor Pandaw

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Built in 2013 the Angkor Pandaw is the sister ship to the Kathaw Pandaw and is full of character and comfort. The ship offers journeys around the spectacular Halong Bay and along the Red River in Vietnam. On board there are 16 spacious teak cabins with en suite private facilities located on the Main and Upper Decks boasting colonial style décor. The ship has an enclosed air-conditioned panorama dining room, spacious open-air lounge and lounge bar, library and fair-trade shop.

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Antaris

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The Antaris is a deluxe vessel that launched in May 2019. It has just 19 cabins, 11 of which have balconies. Contemporary design features and fittings feature throughout the ship with a stylish muted colour scheme. The vessel amenities include a salon restaurant, outdoor lounge area and spacious sundeck furnished with sun loungers and comfortable chairs. Guests can also relax and cool off in the small swimming pool and jacuzzi.

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Fortresses and Waterfalls Croatia Cruise

From $1617.31 Per person including taxes Available dates From 02 May 2020 To 10 Oct 2020

EARLY BOOKING OFFER**Book a 2020 cruise by 15th January 2020 and receive up to 20% discount off published rates. Please call for more information. A voyage of discovery around Croatia's coastline highlighting some of the country's very best historical and cultural heritage and sheer natural beauty. Join guided tours around Dubrovnik's Old Town and its medieval high walls offering spectacular views over the Elaphiti Islands and the island of Korčula, best known as the birthplace of the famous explorer Marco Polo. You will also visit the jet-set island of Hvar also known for its heavily scented lavender fields and the small quiet village of Ston, famous for its oysters. This itinerary is also offers you wonderful stops at the beautiful Krka National Park where you can admire the incredible waterfalls and the lush Mljet National Park and its famous salt lakes.

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Apollo III

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They say that old racing yachts never die - they just sail off into a tropical sunset and it was indeed this fate that was in store for the Apollo III, Alan Bond's former America's Cup training ship, when she came to the end of her racing career. The Apollo III is a 55ft ocean racing ship that competed in many of the major races around the world. She now sails at a more relaxed pace, offering cruises on the Great Barrier Reef in the Whitsunday Islands. Accommodating just 12 guests, she has flat decks and full headroom throughout, offering a good level of comfort for fast sailing. Become part of the crew of this performance racing yacht: Set the sails, grind the winches or take a turn at the helm as you cruise through the idyllic scenery of the Whitsundays.

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Apolon

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Launched in 2016, the Apolon luxury motor yacht offers all the comfort and class to sail around the dazzling Croatian coastline. The Apolon only accommodates 38 passengers and therefore provides an intimate cruise experience to some of the most popular destinations along the spectacular Adriatic coast. The ship has standard and superior cabins all en-suite and a spacious

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Cruise Croatia

From $1622.72 Per person including taxes Available dates From 16 May 2020 To 05 Sep 2020

An eight day Croatian Cruise from Dubrovnik discovering the wonderful islands of Mljet, Hvar, Brac and Korcula lying off the coast of Croatia each boasting stunning bays and beaches, charming architecture, museums and palaces interspersed with vineyards and olive groves. Your voyage starts and ends in the beautiful city of Dubrovnik where you may walk along its high medieval walls that encase the Old Town.

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Aqua Cat

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The Aqua Cat offers 7-day liveaboard dive cruises from Nassau, Bahamas, to the Exuma Islands. A yacht-style catamaran fitted out with 11 en suite passenger cabins, the Aqua Cat has a spacious main salon and the accommodation is comparable to a good standard hotel. She is also equipped with kayaks and a 28 foot launch to take you to some of the area's stunning isolated beaches.

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Aranui V

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The brand new Aranui V launched in November 2015. The combined passenger and cargo vessel will cruise from Tahiti to the Marquesas Islands, the most remote archipelago in the world and to the beautiful island of Bora Bora. ‘Aranui’ means ‘Great Highway’ in Maori and the Aranui V is named after her predecessors, which carried cargo and passengers between the Marquesas and the rest of the world. The Aranui V offers guests more style and comfort with modern and luxurious cabin categories and inviting open spaces perfect for socializing with your fellow guests including the super stylish Sky Bar and Veranda Bar. Other amenities also include a swimming pool, fitness room and massage room.

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13 Day Cruise in the Tuamotu, Marquesas Islands and Bora Bora (departing Saturday)

From $4427.98 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+$291.94) Available dates From 22 Feb 2020 To 27 Nov 2021

Board the Aranui V in Tahiti for a unique cruise on board a working cargo ship to the most remote and spectacular islands in French Polynesia. The six inhabited islands of the Marquesas are so remote that the Aranui is their lifeline to the rest of the world, as she carries her exotic cargo with her from one secluded island stop to the next. Your penultimate day will be spent at the magical island of Bora and Bora.

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13 Day Cruise in the Tuamotu, Marquesas Islands and Bora Bora (departing Thursday)

From $4427.98 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+$291.94) Available dates From 06 Feb 2020 To 07 Oct 2021

Board the Aranui V in Tahiti for a unique cruise on board a working cargo ship to the most remote and spectacular islands in French Polynesia. The six inhabited islands of the Marquesas are so remote that the Aranui is their lifeline to the rest of the world, as she carries her exotic cargo with her from one secluded island stop to the next. Your penultimate day will be spent at the magical island of Bora and Bora.

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Unique Pitcairn Discovery Cruise

From $5657.97 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+$328.84) Available dates April 11th 2020

A voyage heading south to the remote Pitcairn Island. Following in the footsteps of the famed Bounty mutineers, Aranui 5 is offering a special voyage to Pitcairn via some of the most beautiful and untouched islands across three Polynesian archipelagos. Part of Britain’s smallest territory, Pitcairn is home to a population of just 50 people -the descendants of Pitcairn’s first European settlers, the HMS Bounty mutineers, and their a accompanying band of Polynesians. This unique itinerary truly takes you 'off the beaten track' on a remarkable adventure.

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Arca (Supreme Category)

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The Arca is a 'Supreme' category vessel providing luxurious and relaxing Adriatic cruises. The ship has state-of-the-art equipment and amenities and can accommodate up to 38 guests. The public areas are fully air-conditioned including a spacious restaurant located on the Upper Deck with a bar and LCD TV and large sun deck ideal for soaking up the sun and enjoying the spectacular scenery. There is also a swimming platform and small swimming pool at the rear of the vessel.

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Split 8 Day Roundtrip Cruise

From $1503.72 Per person including taxes Available dates From 02 May 2020 To 10 Oct 2020

Join this magical eight day roundtrip cruise from Split and explore the Krka National Park, with its magnificent waterfalls and the mesmerizing National Park Kornati, comprised of more than 140 islands, islets and rocks. You will also visit Zadar, a city of exceptional history and rich cultural heritage as well as the pretty traditional villages of Zlarin and Vis bursting with old Mediterranean charm. Call at the island of Brac with Croatia's most beautiful beach, Zlatni Rat and the historical and cosmopolitan island of Hvar before ending in Split.

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Arion

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The Arion underwent a complete refurbishment in 2000, updating the interiors, to create a warm inviting atmosphere throughout its public areas and passenger cabins. The Arion accommodates up to 320 passengers on her five decks and her on board facilities include a swimming pool and spacious sun deck, a beauty salon, a restaurant serving high quality cuisine and three lounge bars, all designed to make your cruise comfortable and enjoyable.

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Ark Royal

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The Ark Royal is a sleek and stylish 115-feet luxury cruiser traversing the azure waters of the Maldives. This boutique-style live-aboard cruiser accommodates only 18 guests in eight elegantly furnished cabins with either twin or double beds and one suite. The Ark Royal’s spacious outdoor and indoor areas feature the amenities of a luxury hotel allowing guests to unwind and relax in ultimate comfort between dives.

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Arosa Stella (Cruise and Flight Package)

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The A-Rosa Stella is a state-of-the-art river cruiser offering a selection of cruises on the French Rhône and Saône rivers. With a focus on well-being, the A-Rosa Stella has a range of unique facilities including a sauna with one-way glass walls, a steam room, a bio-sauna and a full spa offering a range of traditional and Hawaiian Lomilomi massages. On deck you'll also find a swimming pool, putting green, shuffleboard and a giant chess set. The ship's 86 modern cabins are airy and spacious and many feature their own French balcony and in the restaurant, the executive chefs prepare a variety of Mediterranean, regional and traditional culinary treats. **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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Au Co

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The Au Co was designed to set new standards of safety and luxury in the Gulf of Tonkin and these standards set her apart from other Halong Bay vessels. The ship's impressive external steel structure belies the innovative and luxurious Oriental design to be found within: Each of the 32 spacious cabins has its own private balcony or terrace – allowing unparalleled views of the surrounding seascape. On the upper decks, the elegant restaurant and open-air bars are designed along principles of Feng Shui to heighten passengers’ sense of connection with the wonderful natural environment of Halong Bay, as well as giving them a taste of the Orient and Vietnamese culture. Through innovative use of space, design features, and luxurious attention to detail, the Au Co aims to give passengers a truly unique cruise experience.

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Austral

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**SPECIAL OFFER** Save up to 30% on full prices. The earlier you book the better the discount available. Please call for latest special offers. Pricing shown here reflects full brochure price only. The state-of-the-art mega-yacht, L’Austral launched in May 2011, bringing a unique blend of luxury, intimacy and well-being to small ship cruising. With just 132 cabins, L’Austral’s sleek design and small size means she can offer exclusive itineraries featuring ports of call that are inaccessible to larger ships. The yacht’s distinctive shape features smooth contours and large, arched windows, opening up to the sea and letting in the light. Precious materials in soothing neutral tones are brought to life with splashes of colour to create a discreet elegance reminiscent of a private yacht.

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Antarctica and Climate Change

From $12467.90 Per person including taxes Available dates December 10th 2019

Join New York Times science writers Henry Fountain and James Gorman on this expedition aboard L'Austral to the heart of the Antarctic Peninsula. Witness with them the grandeur of this most remote of continent and discover the ways in which climate change may alter its role in the global eco-system. Explore the pristine wilderness of the Antarctic Peninsula, a narrow piece of land that juts into the ice-choked waters of the Weddell Sea. Be amazed by the breathtaking panoramas of icebergs, jagged, snow-capped mountains and blue glaciers. Cruise aboard Zodiacs among ice floes; explore penguin rookeries; and visit with scientists at research stations. This itinerary also includes a one night pre-cruise stay in Ushuaia and excursion to the spectacular Tierra del Fuego National Park.

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Beyond the Polar Circle with National Geographic

From $19784.20 Per person including taxes Available dates January 15th 2020

Cross the mythical line of the Antarctic Circle during this 17-day polar expedition cruise to the far reaches of the Southern Hemisphere, brought to you by Ponant and National Geographic.

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From Scotland to Spitsbergen with National Geographic

From $9195.42 Per person including taxes Available dates May 17th 2020

In partnership with National Geographic Expeditions, join the luxurious L’Austral for an all new expedition cruise that will take you from Dublin to Longyearbyen. During this exceptional 12-day trip, you will discover the most beautiful of the Scottish Isles and cross the Arctic Circle to reach the frozen lands of Spitsbergen Island.

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Remote Islands of the Atlantic with National Geographic

From $5409.07 Per person including taxes Available dates March 21st 2020

Sailing between two continents, Ponant with National Geographic offers you an itinerary rich in contrasts and cultural blending, to discover UNESCO World Heritage treasures. Aboard L’Austral, you will travel from Brazil to Senegal in 12 days, during an expedition cruise combining cultural discoveries and remarkable natural sites.

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Celtic Shores Cruise

From $3739.83 Per person including taxes Available dates May 3rd 2020

Austral will sail in the heart of the Celtic Sea to lands full of history and romance. During your stopover in Belfast, visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Giant's Causeway. Continue to the thriving city of Liverpool with its rich cultural history, the picturesque Isle of Man and onto the southwest of Ireland to visit the city of Cork. You will then visit the Isle of Scilly whose landscapes seem to have come straight out of Enid Blyton's story and onto Jersey, the largest of the Channel Islands with a wonderful blend of English and French cultures before ending in Portsmouth.

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Cape Verde and the Canary Islands

From $4962.28 Per person including taxes Available dates April 1st 2020

**No Single Supplement**The supplement for single usage of a double cabin is waived, according to availability and staterooms categories. Please call for more information. Board L'Austral on an eleven day voyage sailing between Cape Verde, Spain and Portugal. Depart from the colourful and vibrant capital of Senegal and discover the varied landscapes of three wonderful archipelagos: Cape Verde, the Canary Islands and Madeira. Arriving in Cape Verde you will visit the capital Santiago and Mindelo, the cultural capital and birthplace of the famous singer of morna, Cesaria Évora. Your luxury ship then continues onto Las Palmas, Gran Canaria where you may enjoy the treasures of the historical district of Vegueta. Admire the volcanic landscapes of Lanzarote before sailing to the lush and tropical island of Madeira. Visit the lively streets of Funchal and its magnificent Botanical garden. Your voyage ends in the charming city of Lisbon.

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Austral (Cruise and Flight Packages)

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The state-of-the-art mega-yacht, L’Austral launched in May 2011, bringing a unique blend of luxury, intimacy and well-being to small ship cruising. With just 132 cabins, L’Austral’s sleek design and small size means she can offer exclusive itineraries featuring ports of call that are inaccessible to larger ships. The yacht’s distinctive shape features smooth contours and large, arched windows, opening up to the sea and letting in the light. Precious materials in soothing neutral tones are brought to life with splashes of colour to create a discreet elegance reminiscent of a private yacht.

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Azora

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Introducing the first of the Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection, Azora, departing on its inaugural cruise in February 2020. Designed to combine the luxury lifestyle of The Ritz-Carlton® and the casual freedom of a yachting vacation, The Azora will offer bespoke voyages on the first of three custom-built yachts in 2020. Calling on unique and distinguished destinations alike, most voyages range from seven to ten nights, offering many overnight calls and uniquely curated experiences ashore. Accommodating up to 298 guests in 149 luxury suites, each with its own private terrace. The Azora will feature a personalized service and luxury amenities including a spa, gym, infinity pool, stylish Marina Terrace with sun loungers and cocktail bar, observation lounge and living room. Dining is also second to none with five unique dining experiences to tempt your palate, including regionally inspired cuisine that provides a more immersive experience in the cultural traditions of a location. Stunning contemporary interiors maintain an understated and relaxed luxury, while alfresco spaces embrace the fresh sea air and daily destination. The yachts are also available for private charter. **Please note that cabin rates are 'Starting From Prices' and are therefore subject to change. Please contact us for an up to date quote.

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Inaugural Cruise - Fort Lauderdale, Florida - Bridgetown

From $8499.96 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+$457.00) Available dates February 5th 2020

Join Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection in celebrating this inaugural voyage aboard the Azora from Fort Lauderdale to Bridgetown. Experience incredible marine life, beautiful heritage, architecture and the distinctive cultural legacies of the French, English and Spanish as you sail along the arc of the Caribbean islands to their easternmost reaches.

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Bridgetown to Cartagena

From $4799.98 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+$126.00) Available dates February 15th 2020

Join the Azora as she sails around the Grenadines and onto the riches of the Colombian coastline. Experience the natural beauty and wonders of these idyllic Caribbean islands boasting stunning stretches of sand, turquoise sea, colorful reefs and lush green interiors. Your voyage ends at the historic Colombian port of Cartagena where you may explore its narrow cobblestone streets lined with colorful Andalusian-style architecture, colonial churches, museums and an imposing hilltop fortress.

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Cartagena to Bridgetown

From $4799.98 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+$153.00) Available dates February 22nd 2020

Commencing from the dazzling colonial city of Cartagena you will voyage around the southern Caribbean. Visit Aruba’s desert-like interior in striking contrast to verdant Grenada and the unspoiled natural beauty of the Grenadines. Discover calm, secluded coves, wonderful snorkeling spots, lush mountainous interiors, fragrant spice plantations, rainforest and protected parkland.

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Bhaya Classic (Luxury)

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The Bhaya Classic (Luxury) are a fleet of three luxurious vessels launching in December 2014 to traverse the waters of Halong Bay in Vietnam. Each boat, built in similar design to the Bhaya Classic (Standard), combines oriental style with contemporary luxury. The boats are comprised of a triple deck with a dining room, sundeck and bar and can accommodate up to a maximum of 21 passengers. Cabins are large and spacious (around 20sq meters) and are decorated with traditional Vietnamese hardwood creating a luxuriant warmth. All cabins on the Bhaya Classic (Luxury) come with private balconies providing magnificent views over Halong Bay. Connecting cabins are also available for families. As guests discover the scenic delights of Halong Bay, they can enjoy a wonderful array of Vietnamese and international cuisine or relax at the bar with a wide selection of lager, cocktails, wines and spirits, and snacks served until late.

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Bhaya Classic (Standard)

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Bhaya Classic represents a fleet of four luxury vessels that were launched in July 2007 to traverse the waters of Halong Bay in Vietnam. The ships each accommodate a maximum of 40 passengers and comprise two accommodation decks (or one deck on the Bhaya Classic IV), a sun deck, bar, library and spa - combining oriental style with contemporary luxury. As guests discover the scenic delights of Halong Bay, they can enjoy a wonderful array of Vietnamese and international cuisine or relax at the bar with a wide selection of lager, cocktails, wines and spirits, and snacks served until late.

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Bhaya Spirit

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Meticulously designed and inspired by classic Eastern style, the Bhaya Spirit is considered one of the most luxurious and charming boats in Halong bay. The experienced and highly motivated crew look forward to making your cruise extra special.

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Bilikiki

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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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Blue Dragon

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Built in October 2008, the Blue Dragon offers a comfortable retreat from where to view the natural beauty along the Indonesian coastline. With the warm accents of fine teakwood, the vessel's interiors provide an atmosphere of exquisite elegance and relaxation. Accommodating only 14 passengers in her comfortable cabins, the Blue Dragon assures her guests the highest cruising satisfaction.

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Caledonian Sky

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The Caledonian Sky has undergone a complete refurbishment in 2012 providing 57 outside suites and spacious public areas. The well-designed cabins are spacious and furnished to a high standard, of which 23 have balconies. The finely decorated public rooms include two large lounge areas with bar, a well stocked travel library and a superb restaurant serving a buffet style breakfast and à la carte lunch and dinner. Guests can also enjoy the views from the Sun Deck furnished with wicker sun loungers and comfortable seating.

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Callisto

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The latest addition to the Variety Cruises fleet is the elegant motor yacht Callisto. Recently renovated this sophisticated boutique category cruiser offers the highest standard of accommodation, comfort and safety. The cabins and public areas are cosy and welcoming decorated in wooden furnishings, brass, antiques and fine works of art. The yacht amenities include a lounge/bar and dining room as well as a cosy library located on the Sun Deck. The yacht features two broad Sun Decks for sunbathing and the swimming platform on Callisto’s stern enables you to swim off the ship when in sheltered bays.

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Camargue

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Discover the beauty and rich history of Southern France aboard the Camargue. The ship was refurbished in 2006 and has just 76 cabins spread over 2 decks. The Camargue features a lounge bar with dance floor and a large dining room. It also boasts an inviting sun deck where you can soak up the sun and admire the passing scenery. ****Please note that this is a French-operated ship and that French will usually be the first language spoken on board.****

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From Burgundy to the Camargue along the Saone and the Rhone Rivers

From $2652.99 Per person including taxes Available dates From 07 Apr 2020 To 12 Jul 2020

Cruise from Burgundy to the wilderness landscapes of the Camargue. You will spend time in the capital of French food, Lyon renowned for its markets and restaurants. Continue to Macon, capital of the Beaujolais for tasting of local produce and explore Arles, the charming “Gallo-Roman” city known for its art and history. You may also join a guided tour of Avignon and the Papal Palace, hike along the Pont du Gard and visit Cité du Chocolat in Tain l’Hermitage where you may explore, smell and taste chocolate in all of its forms.

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Cat Ppalu

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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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Clipper Odyssey

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The Clipper Odyssey takes passengers to some of the most exotic, unspoiled and otherwise inaccessible ports in Japan, Russian Far East, Alaska, the South Pacific and New Zealand. Accommodating a maximum of 128 guests, the Clipper Odyssey is the ideal size for these in-depth itineraries. All cabins feature an ocean view, lower beds, private bathroom, sitting area with sofa and individual temperature control, all guaranteed to make your stay on board comfortable and enjoyable.

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Coral Adventurer

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The brand new 120 passenger ship, Coral Adventurer launches in 2019 and is built to take you closer to unspoilt vistas in comfort, style and safety in the Southern Hemisphere. Contemporary in style throughout the vessel, she has plenty of public areas for guests to relax including the stylish main lounge and Bridge Deck Bar and also the Navigator lounge in the bridge giving guests a vantage point of ship operations. There is a lecture lounge with multimedia capabilities for daily expedition briefings and expert presentations and a small library featuring destinations and wildlife. The modern cabins all feature an en-suite bathroom; the majority have a private balcony.

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New Guinea Circumnavigation Cruise

From $16813.69 Per person including taxes Available dates October 2nd 2020

A true voyage of discovery around the Papua New Guinea. This is a one-off voyage aboard the Coral Adventurer packed with incredible experiences and scenery on a full circumnavigation voyage around New Guinea. Highlights include snorkeling and diving at incredible pristine locations – Raja Ampat, Triton Bay, the Fly Islands and Tufi Fjords. You will also encounter the Asmat warriors at Agats, experience immense diversity of cultures throughout your voyage and visit two of New Guinea’s great rivers – the Sepik and Mamberamo. Climb Mt Pindito and swim with the majestic whale sharks of Cenderawasih Bay.

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Coral Discoverer

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The Coral Discoverer launched in 2005, purpose-built for cruising in the tropical regions, with a shallow draft which allows her to access more isolated bays and reaches. The ship was refurbished in November 2016 and continues to raise the bar to new levels of sophistication in expedition cruising in the Southern Hemisphere. The ship can accommodate up to 72 passengers in a range of comfortable and spacious staterooms, all with an ocean view. The Coral Discoverer has all the amenities you would expect on a modern vessel, including a large sun deck with with undercover area, sun lounges and ample seating and forward lounge. There are three fully stocked cocktail bars, including brand new round Explorer Bar on the Sun Deck, a gift shop, reference library, work out area and a spacious modern dining room.

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Coral Expeditions I

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The custom-made Coral Expeditions I is 35 metres in length and carries just 46 passengers on a range of exciting cruises on Australia's Great Barrier Reef, Western Australia’s remarkable Kimberley region and Cape York and Arnhem Land. The ship offers a selection of spacious and elegant accommodation and her amenities include a dining room, forward lounge, sun deck with cocktail bar, library and gift shop. The ship also has snorkelling equipment and a fully stocked dive shop. The Coral Expedition I also has a sister ship, the Coral Expedition II, which offers the same high level of service and facilities. The itineraries listed may be offered on either the Coral Expedition I or the Coral Expedition II.

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Coral Expeditions II

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The custom-made Coral Expeditions II is 35 metres in length and carries just 44 passengers on a range of exciting cruises on Australia's Great Barrier Reef. The ship offers a selection of spacious and elegant accommodation and her amenities include a dining room, spacious lounge with cocktail bar, large sun deck with comfortable deck chairs and teak furnishings, reference library and plasma screens. The Coral Expedition II also has a sister ship, the Coral Expedition I, which offers the same high level of service and facilities. The itineraries listed may be offered on either the Coral Expedition I or the Coral Expedition II.

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Coral Trekker

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The elegant 23 metre sailing ship, Coral Trekker, will bring you an unmatched cruising experience as she sets sail for the Great Barrier Reef and Whitsunday Islands. Accommodating maximum of 14 guests in her well-appointed cabins with a crew of 4, this beautiful vessel promises a relaxed atmosphere, an exhilarating sailing experience and good levels of comfort. Join the crew in the rigging or just sit back and relax on the wide timber decks as the huge red sails billow aloft, taking you through an area of outstanding natural beauty.

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Corsican Coastal Cruises

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Each stylish catamaran, in this fleet of 5 identical vessels, caters for up to 12 guests in an exclusive and intimate setting. Measuring just over 18 metres in length and 8.4 metres in width, allow a Corsican Coastal Cruises catamaran to transport you to your very own paradise. Dine on the top deck, surrounded by the azure expanse of water, or relax in the lounge and take in the 270 degree vista from the bay window. The sun deck is the perfect location to soak up the rays and watch the horizon as you recline on a sun lounger and enjoy your Corsican adventure. The 6 cabins are well appointed, with en suite shower facilities, to ensure your comfort and total relaxation whilst on board. In fact, a Corsican Coastal Cruises catamaran presents the ideal opportunity for a private charter, if you desire a cruise with the ultimate "wow" factor! **Please contact our sales team for the latest charter rates.**

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Croatian Coastal Cruises (Deluxe Class)

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The Croatian Coastal Cruise fleet offers relaxing, scenic cruises around the glittering Dalmatian coastline. The fleet comprises of six different categories of ship. The new Deluxe class boasts newer and larger vessels measuring between 42 to 47 metres in length and feature sleek designed, spacious en-suite cabins with air conditioning. Cabins come with either double or twin beds, 12 to 17 sq meters in size. Vessels of this category all feature spacious amenities including a sundeck, lounge and indoor and outdoor dining areas. Cruises on Category Deluxe also include Airport transfers, Captain's dinner with live music, additional dinner in a typical Croatian setting, all sightseeings, English speaking tour manager, various entrance fees, various tastings, Visitors' tax & port fees, luggage handling, daily cabin service and other special services on board.

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Adriatic Explorer from Opatija to Dubrovnik

From $1622.72 Per person including taxes Available dates From 29 Apr 2020 To 14 Oct 2020

Discover the stunning landscapes, old cultures and laid back charm on this eight day Adriatic cruise. You will visit historical towns and cities, swim in the crystal clear sea, visit one of the last remaining wetland deltas in Europe and indulge in numerous and wine & gourmet experiences.

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One Way Wonders from Dubrovnik to Split 8 Day Cruise

From $1406.36 Per person including taxes Available dates From 02 May 2020 To 10 Oct 2020

This magical eight day itinerary allows you to explore a number of Croatian islands and the sparkling Croatian coastline in style aboard a deluxe mini cruiser. Relaxation is the name of the game as you let the Captain and crew take care of you. During the day you can swim off the back of the boat, snorkel, sunbathe and visit a number of island highlights. Each night you are free to explore a different harbour and dine in some fabulous waterside restaurants.

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One Way Wonders from Split to Dubrovnik 8 Day Cruise

From $1406.36 Per person including taxes Available dates From 25 Apr 2020 To 03 Oct 2020

Join magical eight day itinerary from Split to Dubrovnik and explore a number of beautiful islands and the sparkling Croatian coastline aboard a deluxe mini cruiser. Relaxation is the name of the game as you let the Captain and crew take care of you. During the day you can swim off the back of the boat, snorkel, sunbathe and visit a number of island highlights. Each night you are free to explore a different harbour and dine in some fabulous waterside restaurants.

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Dalmatian Paradise Cruise - Split to Split (8 Days)

From $1406.36 Per person including taxes Available dates From 25 Apr 2020 To 17 Oct 2020

Cruise in style along the Adriatic coast from the historical city of Split. The itinerary calls at the beautiful islands of Korcula, Mljet, Hvar and the Pelješac peninsula, well known for its excellent wine. Combine sightseeing around historical towns and villages, with the lush green natural surroundings on Mljet Island and exciting gastronomical experiences.

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Northern Gems Cruise from Split

From $1622.72 Per person including taxes Available dates July 18th 2020

This new route combines the best of Croatia's nature and culture along the Adriatic coast. Swim, snorkel and sunbathe during the day and in the evenings discover local restaurants, historical sights and monuments. Visit the famous Bibich winery for wine tasting and a tapas lunch, the spectacular Krka Waterfalls National Park, the Kornati National Park comprised of 100 islands and reefs and the tiny island of Zlarin. You will also call at the historical cities of Zadar and Split rich in ancient monuments and medieval architecture.

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Adriatic Explorer from Dubrovnik to Opatija

From $1622.72 Per person including taxes Available dates From 06 May 2020 To 21 Oct 2020

Discover the stunning landscapes, old cultures and laid back charm on this eight day Adriatic cruise from Dubrovnik to Opatija. You will visit historical towns and cities, swim in the crystal clear sea, visit one of the last remaining wetland deltas in Europe and indulge in numerous and wine & gourmet experiences.

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Deluxe Class - Divine Dalmatia Cruise

From $1514.54 Per person including taxes Available dates From 08 Jul 2020 To 19 Aug 2020

Discover the most beautiful Croatian islands and coastline by sailing on an intimate luxury yacht. Spend mornings relaxing on spacious decks or swimming in the crystal clear Adriatic Sea and evenings to exploring small historical towns. This cruise will bring you the best of Southern Dalmatia islands with numerous extra services and wine & gourmet experiences included in the package

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Croatian Coastal Cruises (Deluxe Superior)

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The Croatian Coastal Cruise fleet offers relaxing, scenic cruises around the glittering Dalmatian coastline. The fleet comprises of six different categories of ship. The brand new Deluxe Superior category boasts newer and larger vessels measuring at least 47 metres in length and built with high quality materials of solid wood, glass, marble, stainless steel and similar. The vessels are all either newly built or refurbished in 2016 with hot tubs and spacious, superbly designed, air-conditioned en-suite cabins with double or twin beds, 15 to 20 meters in size. Vessels of this category all feature spacious amenities including a sundeck, lounge and indoor and outdoor dining areas. As well as offering higher standard accommodation, cruises on Category Deluxe Superior also include Airport transfers, seven buffet breakfasts and seven four course lunches, drink with lunch, Captain's dinner with live music, dinner in a typical Croatian setting, sightseeing's, English speaking tour manager, various entrance fees, various tastings, Visitors' tax & port fees, luggage handling and a daily cabin service.

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Best Kept Secret Kvarner Cruise from Opatija

From $1514.54 Per person including taxes Available dates From 25 Jul 2020 To 03 Oct 2020

Explore the stunning Kvarner coastline and islands in style aboard a luxury yacht, where informality and relaxation feature heavily. By day explore the enticing underwater world of the Adriatic Sea, as you swim or snorkel. Visit historical and culturally rich towns and cities en-route packed with ancient monuments and interesting museums. Alternatively simply relax on deck and soak up the sunshine. In the evening, find a good local restaurant and sample the delicious local cuisine.

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One Way Wonders from Split to Dubrovnik 8 Day Cruise

From $1514.54 Per person including taxes Available dates From 25 Apr 2020 To 03 Oct 2020

Join magical eight day itinerary from Split to Dubrovnik and explore a number of beautiful islands and the sparkling Croatian coastline aboard a deluxe mini cruiser. Relaxation is the name of the game as you let the Captain and crew take care of you. During the day you can swim off the back of the boat, snorkel, sunbathe and visit a number of island highlights. Each night you are free to explore a different harbour and dine in some fabulous waterside restaurants.

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One Way Wonders from Dubrovnik to Split 8 Day Cruise

From $1514.54 Per person including taxes Available dates From 02 May 2020 To 10 Oct 2020

This magical eight day itinerary allows you to explore a number of Croatian islands and the sparkling Croatian coastline in style aboard a deluxe mini cruiser. Relaxation is the name of the game as you let the Captain and crew take care of you. During the day you can swim off the back of the boat, snorkel, sunbathe and visit a number of island highlights. Each night you are free to explore a different harbour and dine in some fabulous waterside restaurants.

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Adriatic Explorer from Opatija to Dubrovnik

From $2163.63 Per person including taxes Available dates August 22nd 2020

Discover the stunning landscapes, old cultures and laid back charm on this eight day Adriatic cruise. You will visit historical towns and cities, swim in the crystal clear sea, visit one of the last remaining wetland deltas in Europe and indulge in numerous and wine & gourmet experiences.

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Dalmatian Paradise Cruise - Split to Split (8 Days)

From $1514.54 Per person including taxes Available dates From 25 Apr 2020 To 17 Oct 2020

Cruise in style along the Adriatic coast from the historical city of Split. The itinerary calls at the beautiful islands of Korcula, Mljet, Hvar and the Pelješac peninsula, well known for its excellent wine. Combine sightseeing around historical towns and villages, with the lush green natural surroundings on Mljet Island and exciting gastronomical experiences.

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Deluxe Superior - Northern Gems Cruise from Split

From $1947.27 Per person including taxes Available dates June 27th 2020

This new route combines the best of Croatia's nature and culture along the Adriatic coast. Swim, snorkel and sunbathe during the day and in the evenings discover local restaurants, historical sights and monuments. Visit the famous Bibich winery for wine tasting and a tapas lunch, the spectacular Krka Waterfalls National Park, the Kornati National Park comprised of 100 islands and reefs and the tiny island of Zlarin. You will also call at the historical cities of Zadar and Split rich in ancient monuments and medieval architecture.

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Adriatic Explorer from Dubrovnik to Opatija

From $1839.09 Per person including taxes Available dates From 06 Jun 2020 To 15 Aug 2020

Discover the stunning landscapes, old cultures and laid back charm on this eight day Adriatic cruise from Dubrovnik to Opatija. You will visit historical towns and cities, swim in the crystal clear sea, visit one of the last remaining wetland deltas in Europe and indulge in numerous and wine & gourmet experiences.

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Deluxe Superior - Dubrovnik Wine Cruise

From $1730.90 Per person including taxes Available dates October 10th 2020

Board a Deluxe Superior vessel and join this special wine cruise around the Southern Dalmatian coastline which includes the islands of Korcula, Mjlet and Hvar, and the cities of Split and Dubrovnik. You will tour the wineries, the cellars and the local wine makers on the islands and along the mainland coast around Dubrovnik. Savour wines produced from the indigenous varieties of grapes grown in this striking part of Croatia as well as soaking up the historical and cultural delights of the region.

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Deluxe Superior - Divine Dalmatia Cruise

From $1622.72 Per person including taxes Available dates From 08 Jul 2020 To 19 Aug 2020

Experience the most beautiful Croatian islands and coastline by sailing on an intimate luxury yacht. Spend mornings relaxing on spacious decks or swimming in the crystal clear Adriatic Sea and evenings to exploring small historical towns. This cruise will bring you the best of Southern Dalmatia islands with numerous extra services and wine & gourmet experiences included in the package.

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Croatian Coastal Cruises (Premium Superior)

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The Croatian Coastal Cruise fleet offers relaxing, scenic cruises around the glittering Dalmatian coastline. The fleet comprises of six different categories of ship. The brand new Premium Superior category are recently built mini deluxe vessels featuring similar comfort, but smaller in size – 38 to 41m in length. The vessels include air-conditioned en-suite cabins with double or twin beds, 8 to 14 sq metres in size. Vessels of this category all feature spacious amenities including a sundeck, lounge and dining room. Services included: buffet breakfasts, three course lunches, Captain’s dinner, English speaking tour manager on board, three guided tours, daily cabin service, mid-week fresh set of towels and bed linen and luggage handling.

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Southern Explorer Split Roundtrip Cruise

From $773.50 Per person including taxes Available dates From 11 Apr 2020 To 10 Oct 2020

Explore the coast and islands of Croatia's Adriatic on this week-long rountrip cruise from Split. During the day, your captain will steer you from one island to the next, making sure there is time to take a refreshing swim en route. Afternoons can be spent exploring the island ports and in the evenings you are free to discover the restaurants and bars of the picturesque harbour towns.

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Southern Pearls 8 Day Cruise from Dubrovnik

From $773.50 Per person including taxes Available dates From 02 May 2020 To 10 Oct 2020

Join this one way cruise which offers you the chance to visit both Split and Dubrovnik, the two city highlights of the Dalmatian coast, and to enjoy a leisurely cruise around the bays and islands in between. Relaxation is the name of the game as you let the Captain and crew take care of you. During the day you can swim off the back of the boat, snorkel, sunbathe and visit a number of island highlights. Each night you are free to explore a different harbour and dine in some fabulous waterside restaurants.

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Southern Pearls 8 Day Cruise from Split

From $773.50 Per person including taxes Available dates From 11 Apr 2020 To 10 Oct 2020

Join this wonderful one way cruise from Split to Dubrovnik, the two city highlights of the Dalmatian coast, and to enjoy a leisurely cruise around the bays and islands in between. Relaxation is the name of the game as you let the Captain and crew take care of you. During the day you can swim off the back of the boat, snorkel, sunbathe and visit a number of island highlights. Each night you are free to explore a different harbour and dine in some fabulous waterside restaurants.

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Naturist Cruise from Split (8 Days)

From $1092.63 Per person including taxes Available dates August 15th 2020

Enjoy a naturist cruise along the stunning Dalmatian Coast in Croatia. With visits to a range of enchanting islands and secluded beaches, endless opportunities for swimming, sunbathing and exploring, this cruise is for the free spirited, promising to invigorate the senses and minimise your holiday wardrobe worries!

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Mini Cruise from Split to Dubrovnik (3 Days)

From $416.50 Per person including taxes Available dates From 11 Apr 2020 To 10 Oct 2020

A fantastic three day cruise in the stunning Dalmatia region following the Adriatic coast from Split to Dubrovnik with two nights on board to see the highlights of this famous coastline and her islands. Spend your days swimming, snorkeling or exploring the blue Adriatic. Evenings are at leisure to enjoy dinner in one of the many waterside restaurants or explore historic monuments on our overnight base or just chill under the stars - perfect!

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Mini Cruise from Dubrovnik to Split (6 Days)

From $697.77 Per person including taxes Available dates From 13 Apr 2020 To 05 Oct 2020

Explore the coast and islands of Croatia's Adriatic on this mini five night cruise Dubrovnik to Split. During the day, your captain will steer you from one island to the next, making sure there is time to take a refreshing swim en route. Afternoons can be spent exploring the island ports and in the evenings you are free to discover the restaurants and bars of the picturesque harbour towns.

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Kvarner Bay Island Hopping Cruise - Opatija to Opatija (8 Days)

From $670.73 Per person including taxes Available dates From 02 May 2020 To 10 Oct 2020

Discover the beautiful Kvarner coastline and islands on these modern steel hulled ships, where informality and relaxation feature heavily. By day explore the enticing underwater world of the Adriatic Sea, as you swim or snorkel. Alternatively simply relax on deck and soak up the sunshine. In the evening, find a good local restaurant or take some time to explore the history and culture of the area.

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Croatian Coastal Cruises (Premium)

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The Croatian Coastal Cruise fleet offers relaxing, scenic cruises around the glittering Dalmatian coastline. The fleet comprises of six different categories of ship. The new Premium category are steel hulled vessels measuring between 29 to 35 metres in length, with a modern traditional look. The spacious air-conditioned cabins have en-suite bathrooms. Vessels of this category all feature spacious amenities including a sundeck, lounge and dining room. Services included: buffet breakfasts, three course lunches, Captain’s dinner, English speaking tour manager on board, one guided tour, daily cabin service, mid-week fresh set of towels and bed linen, luggage handling.

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Kvarner Bay Island Hopping Cruise - Opatija to Opatija (8 Days)

From $670.73 Per person including taxes Available dates From 02 May 2020 To 10 Oct 2020

Discover the beautiful Kvarner coastline and islands on these modern steel hulled ships, where informality and relaxation feature heavily. By day explore the enticing underwater world of the Adriatic Sea, as you swim or snorkel. Alternatively simply relax on deck and soak up the sunshine. In the evening, find a good local restaurant or take some time to explore the history and culture of the area.

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Southern Explorer Split Roundtrip Cruise

From $670.73 Per person including taxes Available dates From 11 Apr 2020 To 10 Oct 2020

Discover the coast and islands of Croatia's Adriatic on this week-long rountrip cruise from Split. During the day, your captain will steer you from one island to the next, making sure there is time to take a refreshing swim en route. Afternoons can be spent exploring the island ports and in the evenings you are free to discover the restaurants and bars of the picturesque harbour towns.

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Southern Pearls 8 Day Cruise from Dubrovnik

From $670.73 Per person including taxes Available dates From 25 Apr 2020 To 22 Aug 2020

This special one way cruise offers you the chance to visit both Split and Dubrovnik, the two city highlights of the Dalmatian coast, and to enjoy a leisurely cruise around the bays and islands in between. Relaxation is the name of the game as you let the Captain and crew take care of you. During the day you can swim off the back of the boat, snorkel, sunbathe and visit a number of island highlights. Each night you are free to explore a different harbour and dine in some fabulous waterside restaurants.

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Southern Pearls 8 Day Cruise from Split

From $670.73 Per person including taxes Available dates From 25 Apr 2020 To 22 Aug 2020

Join this wonderful one way cruise from Split to Dubrovnik, the two city highlights of the Dalmatian coast, and to enjoy a leisurely cruise around the bays and islands in between. Relaxation is the name of the game as you let the Captain and crew take care of you. During the day you can swim off the back of the boat, snorkel, sunbathe and visit a number of island highlights. Each night you are free to explore a different harbour and dine in some fabulous waterside restaurants.

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Kvarner Gourmet 4 Day Cruise

From $432.73 Per person including taxes Available dates From 20 Apr 2020 To 16 Oct 2020

Discover the heart and soul of the Kvarner region on this four day gastronomic cruise. You will visit markets, local shops and taste authentic Croatian cuisine. The Kvarner region is home to a large concentration of highly respected restaurants, which have for many years, contributed to the Croatian gourmet scene. This tour visits three branded family restaurants and enables one to enjoy the wonderful scenery of Kvarner Bay with all your senses.

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Naturist Cruise from Split (8 Days)

From $952.00 Per person including taxes Available dates August 15th 2020

Enjoy a naturist cruise along the stunning Dalmatian Coast in Croatia. With visits to a range of enchanting islands and secluded beaches, endless opportunities for swimming, sunbathing and exploring, this cruise is for the free spirited, promising to invigorate the senses and minimise your holiday wardrobe worries!

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Mini Cruise from Split to Dubrovnik (3 Days)

From $362.41 Per person including taxes Available dates From 11 Apr 2020 To 10 Oct 2020

A fantastic three day cruise in the stunning Dalmatia region following the Adriatic coast from Split to Dubrovnik with two nights on board to see the highlights of this famous coastline and her islands. Spend your days swimming, snorkeling or exploring the blue Adriatic. Evenings are at leisure to enjoy dinner in one of the many waterside restaurants or explore historic monuments on our overnight base or just chill under the stars - perfect!

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Mini Cruise from Opatija to Zadar (3 Days)

From $362.41 Per person including taxes Available dates From 02 May 2020 To 10 Oct 2020

Join this mini cruise from Opatija to Zadar and spend three unforgettable days sailing on the northern Adriatic Sea from one island to another. Relax and let the captain and his crew (especially the chef) take care of you. Spend your days swimming, snorkeling, sunbathing and exploring the underworld of the Adriatic Sea. The evenings are at leisure to find a good restaurant or discover old churches or other historical monuments…

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Mini Cruise from Dubrovnik to Split (6 Days)

From $603.66 Per person including taxes Available dates From 04 May 2020 To 05 Oct 2020

Explore the coast and islands of Croatia's Adriatic on this mini five night cruise Dubrovnik to Split. During the day, your captain will steer you from one island to the next, making sure there is time to take a refreshing swim en route. Afternoons can be spent exploring the island ports and in the evenings you are free to discover the restaurants and bars of the picturesque harbour towns.

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Croatian Coastal Cruises (Traditional Ensuite)

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The Croatian Coastal Cruise fleet offers relaxing, scenic cruises around the glittering Dalmatian coastline. The fleet comprises of six different categories of ship. The traditional en-suite category are traditional wooden ships, with an air-conditioned salon and small sun deck furnished with deck chairs. Cabins in this class have a private shower and WC and mostly bunk beds. Services included: continental breakfasts, three course lunches.

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Kvarner Bay Island Hopping Cruise - Opatija to Opatija (8 Days)

From $459.77 Per person including taxes Available dates From 02 May 2020 To 10 Oct 2020

Cruise the stunning Kvarner coastline and islands on these vintage motor sailing ships, where informality and relaxation feature heavily. By day explore the enticing underwater world of the Adriatic Sea, as you swim or snorkel. Alternatively simply relax on deck and soak up the sunshine. In the evening, find a good local restaurant or take some time to explore the history and culture of the area.

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Southern Explorer Split Roundtrip Cruise

From $459.77 Per person including taxes Available dates From 11 Apr 2020 To 10 Oct 2020

Explore the coast and islands of Croatia's Adriatic on this week-long rountrip cruise from Split. During the day, your captain will steer you from one island to the next, making sure there is time to take a refreshing swim en route. Afternoons can be spent exploring the island ports and in the evenings you are free to discover the restaurants and bars of the picturesque harbour towns.

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Mini Cruise from Split to Dubrovnik (3 Days)

From $281.28 Per person including taxes Available dates From 11 Apr 2020 To 10 Oct 2020

A fantastic three day cruise in the stunning Dalmatia region following the Adriatic coast from Split to Dubrovnik with two nights on board to see the highlights of this famous coastline and her islands. Spend your days swimming, snorkeling or exploring the blue Adriatic. Evenings are at leisure to enjoy dinner in one of the many waterside restaurants or explore historic monuments on our overnight base or just chill under the stars - perfect!

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Mini Cruise from Opatija to Zadar (3 Days)

From $281.28 Per person including taxes Available dates From 02 May 2020 To 10 Oct 2020

Join this mini cruise from Opatija to Zadar for three unforgettable days sailing on the northern Adriatic Sea from one island to another. Relax and let the captain and his crew (especially the chef) take care of you. Spend your days swimming, snorkeling, sunbathing, and exploring the underworld of the Adriatic Sea. The evenings are at leisure to find a good restaurant or discover old churches or other historical monuments…

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Croatian Coastal Cruises (Traditional)

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The Croatian Coastal Cruise fleet offers relaxing, scenic cruises around the glittering Dalmatian coastline. The fleet comprises of six different categories of ship. The Traditional category are traditional wooden ships, with an air-conditioned salon and small sun deck furnished with deck chairs. Cabins in this class have a washbasin and bunk beds. Guests will use shared showers and toilets. Services included: continental breakfasts, three course lunches.

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Kvarner Bay Island Hopping Cruise - Opatija to Opatija (8 Days)

From $400.28 Per person including taxes Available dates From 11 Apr 2020 To 10 Oct 2020

Cruise the stunning Kvarner coastline and islands on these vintage motor sailing ships, where informality and relaxation feature heavily. By day explore the enticing underwater world of the Adriatic Sea, as you swim or snorkel. Alternatively simply relax on deck and soak up the sunshine. In the evening, find a good local restaurant or take some time to explore the history and culture of the area.

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Southern Explorer Split Roundtrip Cruise

From $400.28 Per person including taxes Available dates From 11 Apr 2020 To 10 Oct 2020

Explore the coast and islands of Croatia's Adriatic on this week-long rountrip cruise from Split. During the day, your captain will steer you from one island to the next, making sure there is time to take a refreshing swim en route. Afternoons can be spent exploring the island ports and in the evenings you are free to discover the restaurants and bars of the picturesque harbour towns.

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Crucestar

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The Crucestar river cruiser accommodates up to 154 passengers comfortably in a range of cabins from standard to deluxe. All cabins have a shower and wc, satellite television with a channel showing live camera footage from the front of the ship, a hairdryer, safe, telephone. Public areas include a large lounge bar located at the front of the upper deck and a restaurant located to the rear of the upper deck. The Sundeck offers great panoramic views of the river and is equipped with chairs, tables, Jacuzzi and giant chess board.

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Danube Cruise from Vienna

From $1081.81 Per person including taxes Available dates From 02 Apr 2020 To 22 Oct 2020

Discover the delights of the mighty Danube river aboard the Crucestar as she sails on an eight day round-trip cruise from Vienna. You will visit the medieval towns of Durnstein and Melk including the impressive Benedictine Abbey. You will also visit the UNESCO Media Art City, Linz brimming with art galleries, museums and art installations. You will then call at the historical cities of Bratislava, Budapest and Esztergom full of stunning architecture, cathedrals and character.

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Danube Cruise from Fetesti

From $1244.09 Per person including taxes Available dates From 23 Apr 2020 To 01 Oct 2020

Discover the delights of the mighty Danube river aboard the Crucestar as she sails on an eight day cruise from Fetesti to Vienna. You will visit the beautiful Danube Delta, a UNESCO World Heritage Site followed by a visit to Romania's largest city, Bucharest. The ship will cruise through the spectacular scenery of the Iron Gates. Visit Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, and one of the oldest cities in Europe. Continue your cultural journey to Hungary's capital, Budapest and Esztergom full of stunning architecture, cathedrals and character before ending in Vienna.

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Cuba Dream

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Discover Cuba’s beauty on board our spacious CATLANTE 600 with a crew of two and full board

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Cyclades

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The elegant Cyclades yacht provides a good standard of accommodation combined with modern amenities and is a great alternative to chartering an entire boat. You have the option to reserve just a berth in a double cabin or an entire cabin, making it an ideal choice for single travelers. You will have a chance to meet people from around the world while enjoying one of the most unique and relaxing holidays along Italy's sparkling coastline. You’ll decide the itinerary day by day with the rest of the group and with the suggestions of an experienced skipper.

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Cyrano de Bergerac

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Discover the beauty and rich history of the Gironde river in France aboard the Cyrano de Bergerac. The ship was built in 2013 and has just 87 cabins spread over four decks. The Cyrano de Bergerac features a lounge bar with dance floor, bar with terrace and a large dining room. It also boasts an inviting sun deck where you can soak up the sun and admire the passing scenery.

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Damai I

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The Damai I was built by the most prestigious ship builder in Indonesia. The collaboration of traditional skills and experience in the Indonesian liveaboard diving industry has created a beautiful vessel specifically designed to cater for small groups. The Damai I features six spacious cabins with en suite facilities and three large deck areas furnished with sun loungers and comfortable seating. There is also a dive station with individual rinse tanks and camera room. All accompanied with excellent personal service and fantastic food prepared by the on board chefs.

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Damai II

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The Damai II was built by one of the most respected master boat builders in Indonesia. The vessel measures 40 metres in length and combines traditional design with the latest diving, navigation and safety equipment. The beautifully crafted vessel features six spacious cabins with ensuite facilities and three large deck areas furnished with sun loungers, an outdoor dining area and massage treatment area. There is also a dive station with individual rinse tanks and camera room. All accompanied with excellent personal service and a locally sourced daily menu prepared by the onboard chefs.

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Darli

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The Darli is an ‘old-fashioned lady’ offering comfort combined with absolutely irresistible charm. She has been totally refitted and refurnished, yet maintains a traditional and classic style. After an array of itineraries covering the furthermost North European regions as well as Svalbard islands, she sails on the Adriatic sea. The boat features 35 cabins for a maximum of 81 passengers. Further amenities on the boat include a Jacuzzi and spar, a sauna and hairdresser. There are also internet facilties and a gift shop. PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS SHIP IS CURRENTLY NOT OPERATING

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Deutschland

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The luxury cruise liner, the Deutschland, offers the comfort of a five star hotel, incorporating the highest quality and service standards in the luxury cruise market. With one crew member for every two passengers you can be sure that your voyage will be exceptional in every way. Accommodating a maximum of 520 passengers as she circumnavigates the globe, the Deutschland was constructed in 1998 to recall the casual elegance of a Grand Hotel from a bygone era, where rich brass balustrades complement a generous array of onboard amenities, including salons, restaurants, shops, pools, bars, fitness facilities and much much more.

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DhaainKanbaa

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The DhaainKan' baa is a luxury yacht available for full charter or small group cruises with a focus on diving or surfing in the crystal waters of the Maldives. Whether you are looking to arrange a very special celebration, an exploratory tour or just a relaxing escape, the professional crew of the DhaainKan' baa will offer personalised services tailored exactly to match your needs. From custom itineraries and sailing routes to gourmet menus prepared to suit personal tastes and a preferred selection of wines, a cruise on the DhaainKan' baa offers you a truly personal adventure. Prices for private charter start at USD 599 per person per day (based on a minimum number of passengers).

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Diamond

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The Diamond is a new luxury small ship cruiser recently added to the fleet. She measures 40 metres in length and has just 20 double cabins as well as spacious and contemporary living areas including a restaurant, bar, outdoor lounge and sundeck with jacuzzi. There is also a rear access swimming platform to the sea as well as ladders for easy access to the water. The Diamond sails spends her summer sailing around the coast of Croatia from Split to Dubrovnik and visiting many islands in between.

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Adriatic Discovery Cruise from Split to Dubrovnik

From $1460.45 Per person including taxes Available dates From 02 May 2020 To 05 Oct 2020

**EARLY BOOKING OFFER**Book a 2020 cruise by 15th January 2020 and receive up to 20% discount off published rates. Please call for more information. An eight day voyage around the Adriatic from Split to Dubrovnik. Sail the calm waters off the Croatian coast visiting a number of beautiful islands each with their own individual history and atmosphere. Explore the islands of Hvar, Brac, Korcula, Mjlet and the town of Slano. This itinerary offers you a wonderful blend of historical sights and attractions, beaches and nature including a visit the famous Blue Cave, known for its extraordinary, magical, indescribable silver-blue light.

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Adriatic Discovery Cruise from Dubrovnik to Split

From $1460.45 Per person including taxes Available dates From 09 May 2020 To 10 Oct 2020

**EARLY BOOKING OFFER**Book a 2020 cruise by 15th January 2020 and receive up to 20% discount off published rates. Please call for more information. An eight day cruise around the Adriatic from Dubrovnik to Split. Sail the calm waters off the Croatian coast visiting a number of beautiful islands each with their own individual history and atmosphere. Explore the islands of Korcula, Mjlet, Hvar, Brac and the town of Slano. This itinerary offers you a wonderful blend of historical sights, gourmet pleasures and attractions, beaches and nature including a visit the famous Blue Cave, known for its extraordinary, magical, indescribable silver-blue light.

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Drenec

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A recent addition to the Burma Boating fleet is the beautifully crafted motor yacht, Drenec. In 2012, she was completely refitted in Malta with the interior designed by Sophie Bouakel-Kastelein. There are five spacious cabins with ensuite bathrooms equipped with heated towel holders and the large owner's suite additionally features a bathtub. The yacht boasts very comfortable living quarters with stylish lounge and dining area. However it's likely that you will be spending most of your time on the sun deck enjoying the glorious weather and spectacular views, here you will find a number of dining and sunbathing spaces fitted with sun shade. Charter rates are also available please call for more information.

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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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Emeraude

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Enjoy old-time charm and modern luxury on board the Emeraude, a paddle steamer that cruises around the scenic islands of Halong Bay. The Emeraude offers all the comforts and personal service you would expect of a de luxe ship, with bespoke cabins, polished wooden floors, traditional style brass fittings, and an onboard restaurant serving freshly caught seafood.

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Fernao de Magalhaes

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Explore the attractions and stunning river vistas of the Douro Valley in Portugal aboard the Fernao de Magalhaes, a three deck ship constructed in 2003. The ship is able to accommodate up to 142 guests in 71 comfortable double cabins, on a variety of itineraries which represent excellent value for money. Cruise in a unique setting, amid unspoilt nature and breathtaking landscapes. On board, swim in the pool or soak up the sun on the spacious sundeck, complete with shaded area. This cruise ship also features a lounge bar with a dance floor and restaurant serving French inspired cuisine.

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Porto, the Douro Valley 6 Day Cruise

From $1366.00 Per person including taxes Available dates November 11th 2020

Set out on this six day itinerary to discover the Douro Valley, or the Gold Coast, which crosses the whole of Portugal, from East to West. Setting sail from Porto, this cruise takes in the vast and beautiful Porto vineyards, famous for producing port. Culture, architecture and history dominate this cruise, with some incredible vistas to savour and enticing optional excursions to tempt you. Please note that a similar 2 or 3 deck sister ship from the same fleet may be used on this cruise, depending on availability, offering the same standards and range of facilities.

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Fiji Princess

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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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Fortebraccio

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The owners of the Fortebraccio want to realize the dreams of those clients who want to experience safe, comfortable and amusing cruises with a correct quality-price ratio. With this aim in mind they can offer a reliable and comfortable boat with air conditioning and heating in the cabins, private bathrooms, wide spaces indoor and outdoor for leisure time and rest, an ideal solution for groups of friends and families. There are five cabins each with their own private bathroom. The routes will take you to charming small bays and to naturalistic and archaeological sites. Traditional recipes prepared with wholesome ingredients combined with the choice of local wines will let you taste the genuine Mediterranean food.

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Galapagos Odyssey

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Galapagos Odyssey offers travelers the opportunity to experience close encounters with the unique wildlife of the Galapagos Islands. You will not find a private yacht in the Galapagos Islands that offers more space, comfort or service on a 16 passenger boat. Amenities on board include a Jacuzzi, Al Fresco dining area, spa service, spacious sun and shade decks, combined with elegant interiors and a cabin layout that allows for picture windows that can be opened for fresh air flow.

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Galileo

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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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Gerard Schmitter

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Explore the Rhine and its tributaries on board the Gérard Schmitter, a three deck ship constructed in 2012. The Gérard Schmitter is able to accommodate up to 176 guests in 88 comfortable twin cabins. On board, relax and soak up the sun and the wonderful scenery on the spacious sundeck, complete with shaded area. The ship is also equipped with a spacious lounge bar with dance floor, gift shop and large restaurant.

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Gil Eanes

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Discover the delights of the Douro Valley in Portugal aboard the Gil Eanes, a five anchors class, three deck ship constructed in 2014/15. The ship is able to accommodate up to 132 guests in 54 modern and comfortable double cabins, on a variety of itineraries which represent excellent value for money. Cruise in a unique setting, amid unspoilt nature and breathtaking landscapes. On board, soak up the sun on the spacious sundeck, complete with shaded area. This cruise ship also features a lounge bar with a dance floor and restaurant serving French inspired cuisine.

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Douro Valley 6 Day Cruise

From $1766.00 Per person including taxes Available dates From 29 Mar 2020 To 03 Apr 2020

Discover the picturesque Douro Valley on this fascinating six day cruise. Explore the historical cities of Porto, Lamego and Guimaraes, magnificent manor houses and local vineyards, accompanied by the striking scenery of the Douro.

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Ginger

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The Ginger launched in June 2018 and sails Lan Ha Bay, a quiet extension of the famed UNESCO Heritage Site Halong Bay. Like her sister ships Jasmine and Violet, the interior design of Ginger is exquisite - a stunning Indochinese-Vietnamese heritage theme paired with refined contemporary accents. Ginger has only 12 spacious, natural light-flooded Suites - all with wide panorama sliding glass doors opening onto a private balcony with magnificent views. One of the highlights of the boat is its terrace deck, a remarkable public area hosting an almost 360-degree light-flooded restaurant where live cooking is performed. The Terrace Deck has a swimming pool surrounded by by shaded cabanas and sun beds and there is a large onboard spa with three treatment rooms offering a range of relaxing and revitalizing treatments. The vessel’s true uniqueness is her refined culinary attitude combined with a refreshing lifestyle component.

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Hidden Worlds 2 Day Cruise

From $280.00 Per person including taxes Available dates From 27 Nov 2019 To 31 Dec 2020

Board the beautiful new Ginger boat as she takes a gentle voyage around the serene Lan Hay Bay with its pristine limestone cliffs, sandy beaches and hundreds of small islets. You will moor at Cat Ba Island for a cycling adventure and return for a culinary experiences back on board. There will also be time for an early morning Tai Chi lesson and kayaking in a secluded spot before returning to the pier.

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Glen Massan

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Discover the hidden beauty of Scotland’s West Coast aboard the traditional Glen Massan vessel. The beautifully converted traditional fishing vessel traverses the Argyll coastline rich in history, culture and wildlife and allows guests inshore access to some of the more remote idyllic areas, often undiscovered by visitors to the region. Measuring 85ft in length, the Glen Massan offers six spacious double cabins, two on deck and four below deck, furnished to a high standard with en-suite facilities. Facilities on-board include a wonderful informal dining area and bar where guests are served locally sourced menus at a communal table and an outdoor deck perfect for alfresco dining or watching the sunset. There are also two top deck areas with sun loungers and a great space for wildlife watching.

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Glen Tarsan

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Discover the hidden beauty of Scotland’s rugged coastline aboard Glen Massan’s sister ship the Glen Tarsan. Tastefully renovated in 2007, the traditional fishing vessel navigates the tranquil waters of the region to a backdrop of spectacular mountain scenery, stunning lochs and abundant wildlife and allows guests inshore access to some of the more remote idyllic areas, often undiscovered by visitors to the region. Measuring 85ft in length, the Glen Tarsan offers six spacious double cabins, two on deck and four below deck, furnished to a high standard with en-suite facilities. The two top deck areas are furnished with sun loungers and provide a great space for wildlife watching. Facilities on-board include a wonderful informal dining area and bar where guests are served locally sourced menus at a communal table and an outdoor deck perfect for alfresco dining or watching the sunset.

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Grande Caribe

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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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Grande Mariner

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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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GTM Cruiser

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Surf the famous North Male waves or dive in the spectacular colourful coral reefs in the Maldives onboard the brand new GTM Cruiser. The ship can accommodate up to 16 passengers in spacious double cabins and has comfortable living areas including a large dining room and lounge deck. Not only is the Maldives a great destination for diving and surfing but guests can also enjoy a multitude of other activities from fishing, snorkeling and swimming to island visits to resorts, local villages and bbq's on uninhabited islands. There are range of charters available including surfing, diving or fishing and snorkeling cruises from December 2011 to October 2012. There are a number of special offers available, please enquire when booking.

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Halis Temel

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The Halis Temel is a 41 meter wooden hull motor yacht offering cruises along the Turquoise Coast of Turkey and the Greek islands of the Eastern Aegean. Life on board the Halis Temel centres on the Main Deck with its restaurant, American bar and glass-enclosed show-kitchen. Up on the Sun Deck you will find an oversized jacuzzi, a bar, a generous sunbathing area and an outdoor dining area where guests can dine al fresco while taking in the beautiful scenery.

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Halong Jasmine

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The Halong Jasmine is the largest cruise Junk to grace Halong Bay, measuring 55 metres from bow to stern and 11 metres in width. The impressive vessel offers luxurious, intimate accommodation and facilities, across 4 spacious decks. The Junk was constructed in 2007 and boasts typical 1930’s Indochina-style wooden decor with exquisite finishing touches throughout its 24 cabins, restaurant, bars and communal areas. If you really want to spoil yourself, book one of the 2 Jasmine Junior Suites, with panoramic floor to ceiling windows and a private Jacuzzi. Cruise across Halong Bay in ultimate luxury on the Halong Jasmine!

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Halong Violet

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To be debuted in November 2009 after the success of her sisters, the Halong Ginger and the Halong Jasmine, the magnificent Halong Violet is setting out her course elegantly to the untouched destination of the serene Halong Bay.The Halong Violet features a boutique dining room, lounge & library, spa & gym and six exotic cabins with marble bathroom, jacuzzi & balcony. The lavish décor of the “Indochine” style combined with the unparalleled service make the journey with the Halong Violet truly unforgettable.

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Harmony V (Cruise and Flight Packages)

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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 on the expansive sun deck, with its al fresco dining area.

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Heiva

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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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Honors Legacy

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This beautifully constructed wooden yacht is newly launched and available for charter in the Maldives. With 4 decks of comfortable living space, accommodation for up to 22 passengers and a crew of 13, the Honors Legacy is an ideal vessel for anyone looking for an individual luxury cruise with a focus on watersports or relaxation. On the lower deck you will find 6 elegant staterooms while the main deck is home to a saloon, bar and space for indoor and outdoor dining. The Bridge Deck has two spacious ocean-view suites and a spa treatment room, and on the Sun Deck there is a jacuzzi and plenty of space for lounging in the warm Maldivian sunshine. A wide range of equipment is available for divers, surfers and fishing enthusiasts and the professional crew will ensure that each cruise is tailored to your precise requirements.

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Indochina Sails I

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Constructed in 2007 and considered to be one of the most luxurious Junks in Halong, Indochina Sails I combines classic Eastern style with all the amenities one would expect on a modern vessel. Comfortable, spacious air-conditioned cabins, an elegant dining room serving Vietnamese Cuisine and a spacious rooftop sundeck with chairs and sunshades will all ensure that your trip to this unique part of Vietnam is one to remember.

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Indochina Sails II

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The Indochina Sails II is a newly built wooden junk, built in traditional Eastern style, but equipped with modern amenities. At 40 m, she is one of the larger junks sailing in Halong Bay, and has 15 plush, air-conditioned cabins, a large rooftop sundeck with a bar, comfortable chairs and sunshades, plus an elegant dining room with large panoramic windows serving excellent local cuisine. The Indochina Sails II also has kayaks and snorkelling equipment to ensure that you make the most of your journey to this unique area.

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Irina

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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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Island Sky

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Carrying only 114 passengers to exotic corners across the globe, the Island Sky boasts large suites, luxuriously appointed public areas and spacious outside decks. Guests can enjoy a personalised service from the highly experienced crew and relish in the delight of "the catch of the day" with the on board chefs bringing a warm local touch to your every dish. The Island Sky offers exceptionally spacious and well designed cabins fully equipped with a sitting room area, en-suite bathroom, individually contolled air conditioning and balconies or large picture windows.

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Italian Sailing Adventures

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Explore the beautiful Italian coastline on eWaterways' exclusive fleet of small sailing boats. We are delighted to be able to offer this unique product where unhurried itineraries, relaxation, an informal atmosphere and genuine Italian hospitality are key. Each carefully chosen boat carries a maximum of 6 passengers plus skipper and host and all feature comfortable interiors with modern furnishings and equipment. There is space for sunbathing on board, and snorkelling and fishing equipment, as well as a tender with outboard motor, are provided. The fleet includes boat types Harmony 42 and Sun Odyssey 42i and although the programmes offered are skippered, self-sail options may be available on request.

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Karizma

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The Karizma is a 157 ft long luxury vessel providing relaxing Adriatic cruises. The ship has state-of-the-art equipment and amenities and can accommodate up to 36 guests. The public areas are fully air-conditioned including a spacious restaurant located on the Upper Deck with a bar and LCD TV and large sun deck ideal for soaking up the sun and enjoying the spectacular scenery. The sun deck has enough sun-beds and chairs to accommodate all passengers with plenty of shaded areas, three outdoor showers and swimming platform. The modern stylish cabins are sound-proof and air-conditioned and are situated on the main and lower decks.

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Kindat Pandaw

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The Kathaw Pandaw is a stylish river cruise ship full of character and comfort and named after a small Upper Chindwin town. The ship offers journeys on the Irrawaddy River between Bagan and Mandalay where life moves at a slower pace but is considered to be one of the most cultured places in the world. On board there are 18 spacious teak cabins with en suite private facilities located on the Main and Upper Decks boasting colonial style décor. The ship has an bistro style dining room and outdoor lounge and bar on the Upper Deck where you can relax and socialize with fellow guests.

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La Belle de L'Adriatique

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Constructed in 2007, La Belle de l’Adriatique is a well-equipped 198-passenger coastal cruiser offering journeys along the Adriatic coast in summer and on Egypt’s Red Sea during the winter months. The Belle de l'Adriatique's relatively small size means that she can cruise closer to the coastline and moor up at smaller harbours than many other ships. Her 100 outside cabins are spread across four decks and the ship’s generous public areas include a large sundeck with a jacuzzi and loungers, a piano bar and a large forward lounge complete with dancefloor.

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Le Boreal

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**SPECIAL OFFER**Early Booking Savings of up to 30% may be applied to all cruises on this ship. These savings vary according to the number of available cabins on the ship so please call our agents to get the most up-to-date price on your cruise. One of the most state-of-the-art ships, launched in May 2010, the luxury Le Boreal features a modern design, sleek silhouette and small size - just 142 metres in length. Le Boreal offers intimate itineraries to rare ports. A mega-yacht with 132 cabins, she is the fruit of the expertise of the Italian Fincantieri shipyard and offers utter French sophistication, as interpreted by designer Jean-Philippe Nuel, creating a unique atmosphere, a subtle blend of luxury, intimacy and well-being.

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Emblematic Antarctica Cruise with National Geographic

From $11859.92 Per person including taxes Available dates February 26th 2020

Ponant and National Geographic invite you on a polar expedition cruise to the heart of the icy realm that is the Antarctic Peninsula and the Weddell Sea. Embark on an unforgettable 11-day voyage surrounded by breathtaking landscapes and incredible wildlife.

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Norwegian Fjords and the magic of Spitsbergen with National Geographic

From $9195.42 Per person including taxes Available dates June 16th 2020

In partnership with National Geographic Expeditions. Embark on an all-new 12-day itinerary to discover remote and wild islands. Aboard Le Boréal, you will sail on the Norwegian Sea and the Greenland Sea during this expedition cruise that will take you from Glasgow to Longyearbyen.

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From the English Shores to Ireland

From $3706.29 Per person including taxes Available dates May 17th 2020

Sail between the Channel and the Irish Sea aboard Le Boreal on this eight day itinerary to discover the Celtic lands of romance and legends. From London you will sail to Dover and its legendary white cliffs, then along the beautiful Jurassic Coast, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site due to the importance of geology. The ship will also visit the Isles of Scilly, a wonderfully small archipelago whose landscapes could be taken straight from an Enid Blyton story. Continue onto the small village of Glengarriff in Ireland, surrounded by nature with a very mild climate and wonderful floral gardens. Before arriving in Dublin, Le Boreal will call at the charming port of Kinsale with the Bandon Estuary.

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Le Bougainville

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Launching in 2019, Le Bougainville features innovative and environmentally-friendly equipment, elegantly designed staterooms, spacious suites with large windows and lounge areas that open onto the outside, this new limited-capacity yacht boasting just 92 staterooms and suites offers guests a truly unique cruising experience. The ship also includes superb dining including a relax grill restaurant and a fine dining restaurant, spacious sun deck with inviting swimming pool, onboard spa with a great range of relaxing spa treatments and theatre. The ship is also to be equipped with a multi-sensory underwater space, called Blue Eye. Non-intrusive underwater projectors will enable the observation of the seabed and photo-luminescent organisms from the Blue Eye lounge and all focus is drawn towards the two portholes, shaped like the eye of a cetacean and looking out upon the sub-aquatic world.

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Zanzibar and the treasures of the Indian Ocean

From $8091.97 Per person including taxes Available dates February 4th 2020

A brand-new 13-day expedition cruise in the Indian Ocean aboard Le Bourgainville. A chance to discover stunning natural environments, exceptional wildlife, and UNESCO World Heritage sites loaded with history. Sail to La Digue, where a veritable picture-postcard of the Seychelles awaits you: palm trees, granite rocks, white sand and crystal-clear waters. The ship will also call at the small islands of Poivre and Alphonse where you can enjoy snorkeling and diving among the brightly-coloured sea life, before reaching Aldabra Atoll, a largely untouched natural sanctuary listed as World Heritage by UNESCO. After calling at the Glorioso Islands in the Scattered Islands, your ship will set a course for Mayotte for a new stop. Continue to the coast of Tanzania and discover the ruins of the 13th-century Swahili trading post of Kilwa Kisiwani, Latham Island and Pemba Island and its clove plantations and fantastic scuba diving. Your exotic voyage ends in Zanzibar, a place which evokes the senses, with superb UNESCO-listed buildings, wonderfully blending African, Arab, Indian and European influences.

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The Seychelles and Aldabra Atoll with National Geographic

From $7992.44 Per person including taxes Available dates December 14th 2019

Set sail aboard Le Bougainville for a 13-day expedition cruise to discover the most beautiful islands of the Seychelles in partnership with National Geographic. Follow an unforgettable itinerary against a backdrop of turquoise waters and coconut palms. Commencing from the archipelago’s capital Victoria, fall under the spell of the idyllic landscapes, with their exceptional flora and fauna.

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Le Champlain

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Launching in 2018, Le Champlain is one of a new series of Explorer ships that remain true to the Ponant spirit, embodying the unique atmosphere that is the cruise line’s hallmark: a subtle blend of refinement, intimacy and comfort. The ship offers guests elegantly designed cabins, spacious suites with large windows, and lounge areas that open onto the outside, this new limited-capacity yacht boasting just 92 cabins and suites will offer you a truly unique cruising experience.

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Greenland and Newfoundland with National Geographic

From $7587.84 Per person including taxes Available dates August 19th 2020

Ponant, in partnership with National Geographic invites you on an all-new expedition cruise, between the magical ice of Greenland and the charms of the island of Newfoundland. Come aboard Le Champlain for an exceptional 10-day circuit from Reykjavik to Saint Pierre and Miquelon.

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The Azores and Madeira

From $4219.07 Per person including taxes Available dates April 19th 2020

An eight day voyage that is devoted to the discovery of the Portuguese archipelagos: the Azores and Madiera. Head first to the Azores starting in the capital Ponta Delgada with its attractive old town, churches and city gates. The island of Sao Miguel boasts a beautiful environment of lakes, volcanic craters and hot springs. Continue onto Madiera a paradise for garden enthusiasts and hikers. This steep island is covered in luxuriant vegetation, banana plantations, sheer cliffs and its magnificent botanical garden overlooks the city, the ancient fortress and churches. Visit the beautiful tiny island of Porto Santo with wonderful beaches, volcanic cliffs and traditional houses before ending your journey in Lisbon.

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Le Dumont d'Urville

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Launching in 2019, Le Dumont d'Urville features innovative and environmentally-friendly equipment, elegantly designed staterooms, spacious suites with large windows and lounge areas that open onto the outside offering guests a truly unique cruising experience. The ship also includes superb dining including a relax grill restaurant and a fine dining restaurant, spacious sun deck with inviting swimming pool, onboard spa with a great range of relaxing spa treatments and theatre.

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Jewels of England’s Southern Shores

From $4018.94 Per person including taxes Available dates May 6th 2020

Join Le Dumont-d'Urville as she sails along the southern coast of England on this brand new eight day cruise. Discover charming villages, sweeping beaches, rugged cliffs of this wonderful stretch of coastline. You will visit the iconic white cliffs of Dover, the picturesque Isle of Wight once used as a holiday island by Queen Victoria and onto the Isles of Scilly, whose climate, landscapes and lifestyle are unique to the island. You will also call at the charming towns of Dartmouth and Poole before ending in Portsmouth.

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Le Laperouse

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*SPECIAL OFFER** Save up to 30% on full prices. The earlier you book the better the discount available. Please call for latest special offers. Pricing shown here reflects full brochure price only. Launched in 2018, Le Lapérouse is the first of a new series of Explorer ships that remain true to the Ponant spirit, embodying the unique atmosphere that is the cruise line’s hallmark: a subtle blend of refinement, intimacy and comfort. The ship offers guests elegantly designed cabins, spacious suites with large windows, and lounge areas that open onto the outside, this new limited-capacity yacht boasting just 92 cabins and suites will offer you a truly unique cruising experience. Le Lapérouse will be the first cruise ship on Earth to be equipped with a multi-sensory underwater space, called Blue Eye, located within the hull beneath the water line.

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Ancient Cultures of Northern Australia and Papua with National Geographic

From $6907.38 Per person including taxes Available dates December 6th 2019

Embark with Ponant and National Geographic aboard Le Lapérouse for an 11-day tropical expedition to discover the traditional cultures of Northern Australia and Papua. During this all new voyage you will have the opportunity to meet and interact with Indigenous people living in remote communities and learn about their customs, traditions, spirituality and art.

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Fiordland and the Sub Antarctic Islands Expedition with National Geographic

From $15029.63 Per person including taxes Available dates February 2nd 2020

In partnership with National Geographic, discover the wild and untouched beauty of the Sub-antarctic Islands of Australia and New Zealand. Set sail on a 14-day Expedition cruise with an exceptional itinerary and allow yourself to be transported to another world where the wildlife rules and we are but visitors.

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Le Lyrial

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**SPECIAL OFFER**Early Booking Savings of up to 30% may be applied to all cruises on this ship. These savings vary according to the number of available cabins on the ship so please call our agents to get the most up-to-date price on your cruise. The sleek and sophisticated Le Lyrial launched in May 2015. This latest addition to the fleet offers a welcoming intimate atmosphere with only 122 staterooms and suites. Its stylish decor, inspired by the Mediterranean coves and coastline is a subtle palette of blues and is complimented with sculptures and fabrics synonymous with French elegance and a chic seaside spirit.

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From Antarctica to Africa with National Geographic

From $11319.02 Per person including taxes Available dates February 25th 2020

Join Ponant and National Geographic on a 22 day voyage from Tierra del Fuego to the Cape of Good Hope. During a 22-day expedition cruise from one continent to the other Le Lyrial will call at the Falkland Islands, whose wild beauty and lush moors are sure to captivate you. Continue to the coast of South Georgia with its glaciers and protected fauna and visit the world’s most remote inhabited archipelago: Tristan da Cunha before ending your voyage in Cape Town, South Africa.

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Le Ponant

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**SPECIAL OFFER**Early Booking Savings of up to 30% may be applied to all cruises on this ship. These savings vary according to the number of available cabins on the ship so please call our agents to get the most up-to-date price on your cruise. This beautifully appointed 290-foot vessel was built in France in 1991 and currently sails through some of the world’s most amazing tropical locations. Le Ponant is a sleek, white, three-masted sailing vessel built to the highest international standards. Sailing experience is not necessary as the crew perform all the manoeuvres, but they are only too happy to answer your sailing questions and you can guarantee that you will be accompanied on your travels by other passengers with a love of the ocean. With accommodation for just 64 guests and a crew of 32, you can be assured of attentive service throughout your cruise. Le Ponant features a gourmet and an open-air restaurant, a lounge, bar and video room. All of the well-appointed cabins benefit from an ocean views, air-conditioning and a host of modern amenities including flatscreen television and Wi-Fi.

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Egypt and Israel 10 Day Cruise

From $7324.96 Per person including taxes Available dates December 5th 2019

Set sail aboard Le Ponant in the footsteps of ancient civilisations on a brand-new itinerary combining cultural discoveries and archaeological marvels that will take you from Turkey to Jordan via Egypt and Israel. Commence your journey in Roman port of Antalya, with its picturesque narrow streets and beautiful Ottoman homes this town, lying on the southern coast of Turkey. From Haifa, do not miss the opportunity to visit Nazareth and its many churches commemorating the memory of Jesus Christ, who grew up in this Israeli village. Continue to Egypt for four days that will undoubtedly form the highlight of your cruise including the multicultural city of Alexandria. After sailing through the legendary Suez Canal, you will call at Ain Sokhna, the ideal starting point for a visit to the Egypt of the Pharaohs, and the new Grand Egyptian Museum in Cairo. Le Ponant will then make a brief incursion into the warm waters of the Red Sea before sailing to the other side of the Sinai Peninsula and reaching Aqaba where your cruise will conclude

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Treasures of the Red Sea

From $5702.24 Per person including taxes Available dates From 14 Dec 2019 To 25 Feb 2020

Join Le Ponant and cruise the Red Sea to discover numerous famous ancient sites and landmarks. From Jordan to Egypt via Israel, on an all new eight day itinerary combining major historic sites and stunning underwater scenery. Your first port of call will be Eilat in Israel, a popular resort is especially renowned for its sublime coral reefs. Continue to Egypt with several days spent in Safaga. From there, you will be able to discover some of the most beautiful vestiges of the Pharaonic civilisation. Optional excursions will be available to Luxor and its many ancient temples. Le Ponant will also call at Hurghada, a paradise for diving and snorkelling enthusiasts, before returning to Jordan.

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Le Ponant (Cruise and Flight Packages)

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This beautifully appointed 290-foot vessel was built in France in 1991 and currently sails through some of the world’s most amazing tropical locations. Le Ponant is a sleek, white, three-masted sailing vessel built to the highest international standards. Sailing experience is not necessary as the crew perform all the manoeuvres, but they are only too happy to answer your sailing questions and you can guarantee that you will be accompanied on your travels by other passengers with a love of the ocean. With accommodation for just 64 guests and a crew of 32, you can be assured of attentive service throughout your cruise. Le Ponant features a gourmet and an open-air restaurant, a lounge, bar and video room. All of the well-appointed cabins benefit from an ocean views, air-conditioning and a host of modern amenities including flatscreen television and Wi-fi.

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Le Soleal

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**SPECIAL OFFER**Early Booking Savings of up to 30% may be applied to all cruises on this ship. These savings vary according to the number of available cabins on the ship so please call our agents to get the most up-to-date price on your cruise. Built in the style of the world’s most luxurious mega-yachts and newly launched in 2013, Le Soléal offers an exquisite cruising experience, combining exciting voyages of discovery with the passionate attention to detail that creates an intimate and relaxing setting for this most graceful form of travel. With its sleek and environmentally friendly design, Le Soléal is capable of accessing smaller ports and its unobstructed arching windows expand your view of the most beautiful scenery. All 132 staterooms and suites are furnished with only the most elegant decor; pristine silvers, creamy whites and a style fashioned after today’s luxury yachting world. Enjoy delicious French cuisine at the stunning Gastronomic Restaurant or a casual buffet lunch in the Grill Restaurant. Relax with a cocktail in the Main Lounge and take in live entertainment in the Panoramic Lounge and the state-of-the-art theatre. Unwind in the fitness room, or survey the horizon from the open-air bar and pool deck.

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Magnificent Volcanoes of the Aleutian Islands with National Geographic

From $12456.00 Per person including taxes Available dates July 10th 2020

In partnership with National Geographic Expeditions. Ponant invites you on a fabulous sea journey between Russia and Alaska, along the Pacific Ring of Fire. Spend 13 days aboard the luxurious Le Soleal on a unforgettable expedition cruise and prepare to be captivated by the beauty of the Aleutian Islands. During the cruise, you will get up close to the most active volcanoes in the world and you’ll be able to see for yourself the exceptional diversity of wildlife that reigns in these parts.

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From Fiji to Micronesia with National Geographic

From $8389.46 Per person including taxes Available dates April 1st 2020

In partnership with National Geographic Expeditions. Board the luxury Le Soleal for a 16-day expedition cruise to the heart of remote islands in the Pacific. You will follow a brand-new itinerary that will take you from Fiji to Guam to discover very rich local cultures, exceptional underwater life and fascinating shipwrecks.

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The Sea of Okhotsk with National Geographic

From $12116.31 Per person including taxes Available dates June 26th 2020

In partnership with National Geographic Expeditions join Le Soleal for a unique experience in the Russian Far East, discovering the highlights of the Sea of Okhotsk. Set sail for a 15-day expedition cruise and fall under the spell of this unique unspoiled, little-visited region, home to rich wildlife on land as well as in the sea.

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Baja Peninsula and the Sea of Cortez with National Geographic

From $8716.17 Per person including taxes Available dates September 13th 2020

Ponant with National Geographic invite you on a fourteen day expedition voyage aboard Le Soleal. Discover the unique landscapes and unrivalled biodiversity of the Gulf of California, following an exceptional itinerary. Le Soleal will sail along Baja California peninsula before entering the Gulf of California, known since 1539 as the Sea of Cortez in tribute to the conquistador Hernan Cortés. You will spend five days observing the incredibly rich marine wildlife, a veritable Eden which has rightly earned the region a listing as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Witness playful sea lions, dolphins, tortoises, dozens of different species of fish: the teeming wildlife is quite simply fascinating. You will also enjoy a number of Zodiac outings to islands in the Sea of Cortez which will offer the chance for some unforgettable snorkelling and hiking tours. Your journey draws to end via the beautiful seaside resort of Huatulco, Mexico with its many dazzling beaches and bays and finally ending in the port city of Puerto Quetzal.

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The Natural Parks and Wildlife of Central America with National Geographic Geographic

From $7010.15 Per person including taxes Available dates September 26th 2020

A fourteen day voyage with National Geographic crossing no fewer than five countries, discovering the most beautiful sites of Central America, featuring nature parks, idyllic islands and encounters with the local populations. Visit the two superb Costa Rican national parks: the Curù Wildlife Refuge and the Manuel Antonio National Park. Deep inside the tropical rainforest or under the rainforest canopy, you may be lucky enough to see multicoloured birds, monkeys and iguana. Another highlight is a visit to the incredible Cocos Island, more than 500 kilometres off the coast of Costa Rica. This idyllic speck of land has an amazing ecosystem, housing turtles, manta rays, dolphins and whale sharks.

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Le Soleal (Cruise and Flight Package)

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Built in the style of the world’s most luxurious mega-yachts and newly launched in 2013, Le Soléal offers an exquisite cruising experience, combining exciting voyages of discovery with the passionate attention to detail that creates an intimate and relaxing setting for this most graceful form of travel. With its sleek and environmentally friendly design, Le Soléal is capable of accessing smaller ports and its unobstructed arching windows expand your view of the most beautiful scenery. All 132 staterooms and suites are furnished with only the most elegant decor; pristine silvers, creamy whites and a style fashioned after today’s luxury yachting world. Enjoy delicious French cuisine at the stunning Gastronomic Restaurant or a casual buffet lunch in the Grill Restaurant. Relax with a cocktail in the Main Lounge and take in live entertainment in the Panoramic Lounge and the state-of-the-art theatre. Unwind in the fitness room, or survey the horizon from the open-air bar and pool deck.

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LIBERTY CLIPPER

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The Schooner LIBERTY CLIPPER offers Bahamas Sailing Vacation Cruises to the Out Islands from Late November to Early May. Each of our sailing cruises is designed with your enjoyment and comfort in mind from our custom itineraries to our cooks great meals, you're sure to discover something different and exciting! Choose from traditional tall ship bunked cabins to our newest En-Suite Cabins. On these Windjammer Cruises, the Captain determines our ultimate course based upon the best wind and weather creating your custom vacation experience. Each of our Bahamas sailing cruises is unique and special in this aspect. All of our Bahamas Sailing Cruises are a week-long and are all-inclusive. Our ship also features a sailing dingy, sea kayaks, a small speed boat and snorkel gear for your enjoyment. We would love to show you the Bahamas from our sailing ship!

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Maldive Luxury Yacht Charters

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We are pleased to be able to offer a fleet of luxury yachts and liveaboard safari boats for anyone looking for an exclusive charter in the exquisite Maldivian waters. These well-equipped vessels can accommodate between 14 and 22 passengers and each charter can be tailored to your exact requirements. Divers will be taken to the best dive sites in the Maldives and fishing enthusiasts will appreciate the rich fishing waters, where catches are guaranteed. Or, if you are just looking for a week of relaxation and snorkelling, the experienced crew can guide you to isolated lagoons of crystal clear water. All of the boats feature a large sundeck, comfortable saloons with bar/dining area and a professional staff who will cater to all your needs.

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Maldives Aggressor

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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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Marco Polo

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The Marco Polo is a classic ocean cruise liner built with a distinctive blue hull and beautiful teak decks. This impressive ship can accommodate up to 800 passengers and offers a wide range of facilities and open deck spaces. There are five main lounges and a number of dining options including the Waldolf Restaurant and the more informal but ever so stylish Marco’s Bistro. Guests can also relax in Scott's Bar perfect for those seeking a late night cap. The Marco Polo also offers a range of amenities including a Wellness Centre, swimming pool, library and shopping arcade.

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Mata Fenua

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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. 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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Meltemi

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The Meltemi is a luxury catamaran launched in 2011. The boat features four spacious cabins, three double cabins and an owners suite, each with kingsize bed, en-suite bathroom and air conditioning. Guests can relax in the well equipped central saloon with ample comfortable seating or out on deck where you will find a stylish dining and seating area. Enjoy alfresco dining and cocktails whilst soaking up the beautiful coastal scenery and stunning sunsets. The catamaran is also equipped with a deck shower, additional seating at rear of boat, kayak, fishing rods, snorkelling gear and a television, VCR, CD player, DVD player.

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Meta IV

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Discover the quiet magical coastline of the Mergui Archipelago in the remote south of Myanmar on board the luxurious Meta IV designed by the naval architect Thomas E. Colvin, who gave the vessel her beautiful shape and robust hull. The yacht has a generous gallery and saloon dining area mid ship and guests can reside in very comfortable and fully air conditioned cabins with en-suite bathrooms and electric toilets. It's likely that you will be spending most of your time on the sun deck enjoying the glorious weather and spectacular views, here you will find multiple dining and sunbathing spaces fitted with shaded areas. The vessels sheer size and facilities on board will make for a wonderful relaxing holiday as she sails to remote beach destinations where there is little or no tourism. Charter rates are also available please call for more information.

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Miaplacidus

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The Miaplacidus is a beautiful Canadian Ketch measuring 20 metres in length with a centreboard keel that allows navigating into very shallow waters and access to hidden coves and bays. There are three comfortable cabins furnished with wooden panelling and nautical touches and en suite facilities. Life on board the Miaplacidus revolves around the attractive foredeck with hammock and the impressive centre cockpit with comfortable seating where you can enjoy the majestic scenery of Northern Sicily and the Aeolian Islands. Guests can also relax and socialise in the indoor communal dining and lounge area.

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Miss Veena

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Launched in Suez, in March 2000, the MY Miss Veena was the first in a new generation of luxury wooden vessels powered with revolutionary thrust engines. She was specifically designed for divers looking for luxury, stability and fast navigation between dive sites. Accommodation offers 8 spacious bunk bedded cabins and one master cabin with a double bed. All cabins have en suite facilities, offering individually controlled air conditioning, internal telephone system, towels and plenty of storage room. The spacious main deck provides a dining room between two saloons. Abundant seating possibilities on comfortable couches make both saloons a preferred gathering place. The saloon area towards the bow is equipped with Hi-Tech hardware, especially well fitted for briefings and video watching. The huge diving platform easily accommodates 18 divers for comfortable drift dive entries, as well as comfortably designed; partially shaded sundecks invite you to relax between dives.

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Monet

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Cruise the beautiful Adriatic Sea between Venice and Dubrovnik aboard the charming M/V Monet. With 30 outside cabins, it is just the right size for calling at small island ports and into the center of coastal cities. The Monet has been lovingly crafted and furnished with all the fine services and amenities you would expect of a luxury vessel. The 30 air-conditioned cabins all have have private facilities and satellite TV.

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Musandira II

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This traditional wooden sailing gulet was specially designed with group charters in mind, so she has everything that holidaying groups could possibly need. This striking ship offers high quality accommodation for up to 12 guests in six double cabins. The gulet features wind surfing equipment and a canoe as well as snorkelling and fishing gear, including a ‘fish finding’ device. Charter prices start at as little as EUR 3950 for seven nights' cruising including the hire of the gulet, services of a professional crew, harbour taxes, fuel, water, electricity and bedding. All inclusive dining/drinks packages are also available to book.

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Norwegian Coastal Cruises

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The Norwegian Coastal Cruise fleet comprises of eleven ships who sail almost the entire length of Norway, a round-trip journey from Bergen to Kirkenes and back again in 12 days and calling at no less than 34 ports. The eleven ships vary in size and capacity and style but all are beautifully appointed and decorated vessels providing passengers a high level of comfort. All ships offer spacious cabins and a range of amenities including restaurants, bars, lounges and fitness room. The sun deck may also feature a swimming pool and/or a jacuzzi and ample seating for admiring the beautiful passing landscapes. All restaurants serve Norwegian cuisine sourcing fresh ingredients from local ports and serving in a contemporary form.

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Oberoi Vrinda

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Experience one of India’s most enchanting holiday destinations as you cruise the pretty backwaters of Kerala on the exclusive Oberoi Motor Vessel Vrinda. The Vrinda has just 8 tastefully appointed en suite cabins with large picture windows overlooking the picturesque canals and lakes of ‘God’s own country’ – Kerala. Luxurious interiors, exquisite local and international cuisine and a leisurely itinerary through some stunning scenery make this a perfectly relaxing retreat.

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Ocean Diamond

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The Ocean Diamond is a modern, stable super-yacht, completely refurbished in 2012, offering cruise adventures in the Antarctic. Accommodating a maximum of just 189 passengers in en suite cabins with exterior views, this outstanding vessel features a range of onboard amenities that includes massage, a wellness program, a well-stocked polar library and a lecture theatre. The Ocean Diamond is staffed with experienced and professional captains, officers, expedition leaders and guides, making this a great choice for Antarctic cruising.

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Oceanic Pearl

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The 23 metre Oceanic Pearl was constructed in 1972 and was refitted as a luxury motor cruiser in 2009. She is available for 3 and 6 night charter cruises in Australia's spectacular Whitsunday Islands. With warm timber panelling and brass fittings, the Oceanic Pearl makes a comfortable choice for cruises on the Great Barrier Reef. She has a professional crew of 3 and offers accommodation for up to 10 guests in double, twin and single cabins. Meals may be taken in the charming indoor lounge or you can enjoy an al fresco lunch or barbecue up on the inviting sun deck, taking in the views of the Whitsundays as you cruise.

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Orava

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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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Orion

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The Orion was launched in 2003 and although designed specifically for expedition cruising, she exudes an exquisite casual elegance. With just 53 luxuriously appointed staterooms and suites, and a staff of 75, you can expect nothing less than five star service. Orion has an exceptional range of onboard facilities which include a spa, fitness room, jacuzzi, outdoor bar and cafe, library, lecture theatre, cocktail lounge complete with evening entertainment, and a host of equipment for exploring on the water; zodiacs, tenders, kayaks and snorkelling gear. The Orion also boasts a range of advanced design features, including technology that sets new standards in marine environmental practices.

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Pacific Explorer II

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The Pacific Explorer II is a full service dive cruiser with comfortable cabins, spacious fully air-conditioned and carpeted interiors, 12 twin cabins with en suite toilet and shower facilities, open-rinse showers on deck, entertainment center and 11 experienced service crew.

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Pacific Yellowfin

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Built in 1943, the Pacific Yellowfin was restored in 2003 to accentuate its original character and charm, and is one of the most luxurious yachts operating on the Pacific Northwest coast. Boasting outstanding facilities and comfort, the Pacific Yellowfin embarks on an exceptional range of itineraries around the famed waters of British Columbia and Alaska. Whether indulging in a luxury culinary cruise off Vancouver Island, getting up close to humpback and killer whales, bears and sea lions or taking an eco-tour through the Great Bear Rainforest, the Pacific Yellowfin will ensure a memorable cruising experience.

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Panagiota

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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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Panorama

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The Panorama was launched in 1993 and fully renovated in 2009 and is now a state of the art sail cruiser comfortably accommodating up to 49 passengers. The ship boasts a spacious dining room, lounge and bar area, including a well stocked library, providing a relaxed and informal atmosphere. Life on board the Panorama centres around the outdoor areas and its sun deck is the perfect place in which to relax, sunbathe and admire the passing scenery.

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Panorama II

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The sail cruiser Panorama II was launched in 2004 offering a high standard of accommodation for up to 49 passengers. The ship boasts a spacious lounge and dining room with comfortable seating and enticing daily menus. The aft area on the Upper deck provides generous semi covered or sun exposed areas and some magnificent views of the passing coastal scenery, and the swimming platform enables you to swim when weather and anchorage conditions permit.

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Panorama II (Cruise and Flight Packages)

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The sailing cruiser Panorama II was launched in 2004 offering a high standard of accommodation for up to 49 passengers. The ship boasts a spacious lounge and dining room with comfortable seating and enticing daily menus. The aft area on the Upper deck provides generous semi covered or sun exposed areas and some magnificent views of the passing coastal scenery, and the swimming platform enables you to swim and snorkel from the back of the boat when weather and anchorage conditions permit.

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Paradise Luxury Fleet

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The Paradise Luxury fleet consists of four ships, all constructed to the traditional Vietnamese junk design and presenting a lavish outfit which blends in subtle harmony with the impressive natural environment of Halong Bay. Each ship accommodates just 26 passengers in a range of luxurious cabins and suites and offers an exciting array of activities to be enjoyed as you experience the spectacular scenery of the region. The vessels feature a stylish restaurant and bar on the third deck and the spacious top deck is the perfect place to enjoy the sunshine and 360° views of the seascape. The Paradise Luxury ships also boast luxurious spa facilities aimed at reviving your senses and nurturing your well-being as you cruise.

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Paradise Peak

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The Paradise Peak is a sumptuous floating hotel that has redefined the boundaries of five star cruising by providing a supreme level of luxury to its guests. Paradise Peak offers just 8 stately suites, each designed and fitted out with the utmost elegance and the professional crew will provide service comparable to that of a grand hotel. Offering the most spacious spa facilities of any ship in the region, the Paradise Peak also boasts the very first and only library and fitness room in Halong Bay.

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Paul Gauguin

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Named after the impressionist painter who travelled to tropical French Polynesia to create many of his masterpieces, the Paul Gauguin transports you to the same paradise in unprecedented luxury. This exceptional vessel marries five-star service and accommodation with a warm and informal atmosphere as she cruises the clear waters of the South Seas, An onboard watersports marina, a choice of dining areas and an extensive spa are among the ship’s luxurious amenities and a troupe of Gauguines – a local Tahitian group which includes cruise staff, entertainers and storytellers – add the special character of Tahiti to every cruise.

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Pegasus

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Built in 1990, the Pegasus was refurbished in 2009 to the highest of standards, offering a private yacht-style experience in its well-appointed public areas and spacious cabins. The 49-passenger twin-hulled mega yacht allows guests to enjoy a relaxed atmosphere while an attentive crew sees to all your requirements, ensuring you have the most enjoyable and comfortable experience on board. Admire the spectacular views from the indoor/outdoor lounge or from its adjoining dining area that is surrounded by large panoramic windows.

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Pegasus (Cruise and Flight Package)

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Built in 1990, the Pegasus was refurbished in 2009 to the highest of standards, offering a private yacht-style experience in its well-appointed public areas and spacious cabins. The 49-passenger twin-hulled mega yacht allows guests to enjoy a relaxed atmosphere while an attentive crew sees to all your requirements, ensuring you have the most enjoyable and comfortable experience on board. Admire the spectacular views from the indoor/outdoor lounge or from its adjoining dining area that is surrounded by large panoramic windows.

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Petrel

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The newly built Petrel is the latest addition to the Haugan Cruises fleet and will offer guests a unique way to explore the wonderful Galapagos Islands. The Petrel is contemporary in design and boasts private balconies in all cabins along with a range of stylish social areas and a Jacuzzi on the sun deck. She will guide you through the magnificent and exciting lands of the Galapogas Islands with its multitude of species and white beaches.

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Prestige

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The Prestige is a 160 ft long luxury vessel providing relaxing Adriatic cruises. The ship has state-of-the-art equipment and amenities and can accommodate up to 38 guests. The public areas are fully air-conditioned including a spacious restaurant located on the Upper Deck with a bar and LCD TV and large sun deck ideal for soaking up the sun and enjoying the spectacular scenery. The sun deck has enough sun-beds and chairs to accommodate all passengers with plenty of shaded areas. The modern stylish cabins are sound-proof and air-conditioned and are situated on the main and lower decks

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Princess Aloha (Superior Category)

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The Princess Aloha is a 125 ft long luxury vessel providing relaxing Adriatic cruises. The ship has state-of-the-art equipment and amenities and can accommodate up to 38 guests. The public areas are fully air-conditioned including a spacious restaurant located on the Upper Deck with a bar and LCD TV and large sun deck ideal for soaking up the sun and enjoying the spectacular scenery. The sun deck has enough sun-beds and chairs to accommodate all passengers with plenty of shaded areas. The modern stylish cabins are sound-proof and air-conditioned and are situated on the main and lower decks.

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8 Day Dubrovnik Roundtrip Cruise

From $1135.91 Per person including taxes Available dates From 03 May 2020 To 04 Oct 2020

Cruise the Adriatic and discover Croatia's magical coastline littered with beautiful islands rich in history, culture, sample superb cuisine and relax on sun drenched beaches. You will spend eight days aboard the luxurious Princess Aloha as she gently glides from one destination to another. Highlights include Dubovnik, known as the 'Pearl of the Adriatic' and a UNESCO World Heritage Site; the beautiful, rugged Mljet Island; walk the cobbled historical streets of Korcula and the pretty towns of Pucisca and Trstenik.

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Raja Laut

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Cruise in style and discover the quiet magical coastline of the Mergui Archipelago in the remote south of Myanmar on board the luxurious Raja Laut, a magnificent gaff-topsail schooner built in the tradition of the 19th century Baltic traders. The yacht has six fully air conditioned cabins with en-suite bathrooms and electric toilets and boasts a stylish salon and a very comfortable dining area accommodating up to 12 diners towards the rear of the boat. Out on deck guests can relax and admire the magnificent sea vistas and dine al-fresco with cuisine prepared by your dedicated onboard chef, with a canopy that can quickly be setup for shade. The vessels size and onboard facilities, has all your needs met for a wonderful holiday as she sails to remote beach destinations where there is little or no tourism. Charter rates are also available please call for more information.

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Reef Endeavour

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The Reef Endeavour has been designed to cruise the sheltered waters of a reef environment and her small size allows access to the remote bays, islands and reefs of Fiji that other ships cannot reach. The Reef Endeavour carries just 140 passengers in a range of accommodation from basic cabins to spacious staterooms, yet her design allows for many of the comforts you would expect on a larger liner, including a swimming pool, spa pools, inviting leisure decks and an embarkation platform with a lift between the water level and main deck. The professional crew includes guides and a dive master and the ship is equipped with four reef explorer vessels, including a glass bottom boat. 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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Reef Odyssey

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Reef Odyssey offers a combination of comfort and adventure onboard a well appointed, 35m expedition style cruise ship on three and six night journeys around the Whitsunday Islands and Great Barrier Reef. The vessel provides accommodation for up to 39 guests with personalised service and a generous range of daily water-based and island activities.

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Rembrandt van Rijn

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The Rembrandt van Rijn was originally built as a herring lugger early in the last century. Measuring 49.50 metres in length, the vessel underwent a complete refurbishment in 2011 and can now comfortably accommodate up to 33 passengers. The vessel has a spacious buffet style restaurant, bar and simply furnished cabins. The vessel is well suited for expedition cruising offering good open deck viewing areas and the two inflatable rubber crafts (zodiacs) enable landing and wildlife viewing opportunities in otherwise inaccessible areas. Cruises on the Rembrandt van Rijn combine the breathtaking scenery of the Artic and North Atlantic Islands with unforgettable experiences including whale watching, observing the Northern Lights and meeting fascinating local communities.

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North Norway, Aurora Borealis and Whales

From $2699.99 Per person including taxes Available dates From 30 Nov 2019 To 29 Feb 2020

The coasts and fjords of Norway are renowned for their beauty. Approximately 350 km north of the Arctic Circle, lie the islands of Kvaløya and Senja where large schools of herring gather in the fjords around these islands to live out the winter. This abundance of food creates one of the largest concentrations of biomass on Earth, which in turn attracts large numbers of whales. North Norway is also one of the best areas in the world to see the northern lights, a magical phenomenon that can only be fully appreciated when the sky is clear and dark, with minimal light pollution. Please note: Whale watching (orca and humpback) is dependent on the variable herring stocks in the area, and this is ultimately unpredictable. Other whales (i.e. sperm whales) are not dependent on herring, which is why there are good chances to see them in specific areas. Chances to see orcas are minimal, while the odds of encountering other whale species are high.

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Roald Amundsen

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The brand new Roald Amundsen is a state of the art vessel featuring new and environmentally sustainable hybrid technology that will reduce fuel consumption with electrical propulsion. The ship is named after the first person to cross Antarctica to reach the South Pole and is specially constructed for voyages in polar waters. Guests can choose from a range of comfortable and stylish cabins with over half with balconies and aft suites feature hot tubs with spectacular views. There are three restaurants to choose from all inspired by Norwegian and Nordic heritage and a luxurious wellness centre including gym, sauna and infinity pool. You can also relax and unwind after a day of sightseeing in the explorer lounge or discover the Science Center is packed with state of the art technology and high tech gadgets where you can gain a deeper understanding of the areas you have explored.

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Running on Waves

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Running on Waves is a traditional cruise tall ship designed for round-the-globe journeys and offers the highest level of comfort with full sailing equipment and high-performance engines. A voyage under the sails of Running on Waves is a unique experience and its itineraries offer guests a range of wonderful journeys including exploratory island cruises, adventure tours, or be a member of a sails crossing or regatta. The sailing ship can accommodate up to 42 passengers in very comfortable cabins and its amenities include a restaurant, bar and a spacious sun deck with jacuzzi. There is also a fully equipped diving centre, kayaks, sea skis, windsurfing, wakeboards and an underwater towing vehicle at your disposal (dive master can be provided upon request). You may also partake in yoga classes in the fresh sea air or perhaps learn how to manage the sails, climb masts, orient yourself by the skies, make sea knots, and map out the ship’s itinerary.

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Safari Endeavour

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The modern and luxurious Safari Endeavour has been fully refurbished offering elegant accommodation for up to 86 guests and a range of upscale amenities. Onboard facilities include an intimate lounge area and wine bar, a spa with two hot tubs, sauna, fitness equipment and massage facilities. However the highlight remains the wilderness adventures and activities awaiting you.

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Safari Explorer

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The Safari Explorer is a modern and luxurious vessel offering elegant accommodation for up to 39 guests. She is exquisitely appointed with clever design features and onboard facilities include an intimate lounge area and spa with hot tub, sauna, fitness equipment and massage facilities. For those in pursuit of adventure the Safari Explorer will guide you through the wilderness where snorkelling, sailing and kayaking are just some of the activities that await you.

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Hawaii Seascapes Cruise - Molokaʻi to the Big Island (8 Days)

From $5194.98 Per person including taxes Available dates From 04 Jan 2020 To 04 Dec 2020

This eight day cruise from Molokaʻi, takes you to the Maui County group of islands (Maui, Moloka’i and Lana’i ) and to The Big Island, where you will visit remote bays which are only accessible by boat. Meet Hawaiians on their lands and in their homes and get a feel for Hawaiian culture and the local way of life. En-route you can enjoy numerous adventures by skiff, paddle board and snorkeling.

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Hawaii Seascapes Cruise - The Big Island to Molokaʻi (8 Days)

From $5194.98 Per person including taxes Available dates From 11 Jan 2020 To 05 Dec 2020

This eight day cruise from The Big Island, takes you to the Maui County group of islands (Maui, Moloka’i and Lana’i ) and to The Big Island, where you will visit remote bays which are only accessible by boat. Meet Hawaiians on their lands and in their homes and get a feel for Hawaiian culture and the local way of life. En-route you can enjoy numerous adventures by skiff, paddle board and snorkeling.

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Safari Quest

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The Safari Quest represents the ultimate experience in yachting luxury through Alaska. Passengers get to move to within feet of tumbling waterfalls, within yards of curious bears and as close as possible to calving glaciers. With only 22 guests onboard, this yacht offers a sociable and exclusive opportunity to see one of the world’s most magnificent landscapes.

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Sailing Gulets (All Inclusive Programmes)

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These traditional hand-crafted gulets have been designed for sailing and, unlike many boats in the region, they cruise primarily with the sails up, using the power of the wind. The sailing yachts are able to accommodate between 6 and 16 passengers in comfortable double cabins and each gulet has a charming outdoor seating area where freshly prepared meals and unlimited drinks (tea, coffee, soft drinks, beer, wine and some spirits) are served by your hospitable crew. On board you will find wind surfing equipment, a canoe and snorkelling and fishing gear, so you can choose to make your cruise as relaxing or as energetic as you wish. **Fancy something different? Call our reservations team today to request a bespoke charter package with a tailor made itinerary just for you.**

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Samata

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Embark on an enchanting journey through the Komodo National Park in Indonesia on this luxury Liveaboard yacht. The Samata offers her discerning passengers all the conveniences of a modern cruising yacht. She has four elegant suites for up to 8 guests all rich in natural wood color and complemented by a brilliant en suite bathroom. The vessel caters for a maximum of 8 guests for full charter. Enjoy new cruising experiences tailor made to include every last detail that you wish for on board the Samata.

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Scubaspa Yang

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The Scubaspa Yang and its sister ship the Scubaspa Ying offer guests a unique cruise experience combining exceptional spa experiences with unforgettable scuba diving. Scubaspa’s luxurious purpose-built yachts explore the picture-perfect islands and reefs in the crystal-clear waters of the Indian Ocean. The 50m long Scubaspa Yang vessel has been designed exclusively to accommodate up to 40 guests in 19 high class cabins and suites. The deck space spread over 5 different locations on board, allows guests to find their own space. The SPA takes up an impressive 300m2 of space with five spa rooms including Ayurveda, couples room, facial, manicure and pedicure and single massage room. There is also a secluded deck for open-air Thai massage or meditation and a shaded spa lounge for relaxation and yoga. Both Scubaspa Ying and Scubaspa Yang are the only vessels in Maldives awarded PADI 5 Star Dive Resorts. The dive centres are situated on separate dive boats, which accompany the main ships in all travels and from which diving activities and some snorkeling sessions are conducted. There is also a spacious al-fresco restaurant, lounge and bar plus an Outdoor HD Cinema, gym and spa boutique.

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Best of the Maldives 8 Day Cruise

From $2679.99 Per person including taxes Available dates December 21st, 22nd, 28th or 29th 2019

Join Scubaspa Yang as she traverses the beautiful atolls of the Maldives on this unique cruise combining exceptional spa experiences with unforgettable scuba diving. This wonderful itinerary is designed for divers who travel with non-diving partners AND guests with a keen interest in spas. Choose to spend your days discovering the mesmerizing marine life in the Indian Ocean or indulge in daily treatments in the sumptuous onboard spa, or combine them both? You will of course have plenty of time to relax on the pristine beaches of the Maldives and enjoy snorkeling and a range of water sports, accompanied by fantastic cuisine in the Al Fresco restaurant, star gazing outdoor dinners and an open-air cinema.

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Scubaspa Ying

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The Scubaspa Ying and its sister ship the Scubaspa Yang offer guests a unique cruise experience combining exceptional spa experiences with unforgettable scuba diving. Scubaspa’s luxurious purpose-built yachts explore the picture-perfect islands and reefs in the crystal-clear waters of the Indian Ocean. The 50m long Scubaspa Ying vessel has been designed exclusively to accommodate up to 40 guests in 19 high class cabins and suites. The deck space spread over 5 different locations on board, allows guests to find their own space. The SPA takes up an impressive 300m2 of space with five spa rooms including Ayurveda, couples room, facial, manicure and pedicure and single massage room. There is also a secluded deck for open-air Thai massage or meditation and a shaded spa lounge for relaxation and yoga. Both Scubaspa Ying and Scubaspa Yang are the only vessels in Maldives awarded PADI 5 Star Dive Resorts. The dive centres are situated on separate dive boats, which accompany the main ships in all travels and from which diving activities and some snorkeling sessions are conducted. There is also a spacious al-fresco restaurant, lounge and bar plus an Outdoor HD Cinema.

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Best of the Maldives 8 Day Cruise

From $2189.99 Per person including taxes Available dates From 30 Nov 2019 To 28 Dec 2019

Join Scubaspa Ying as she traverses the beautiful atolls of the Maldives on this unique cruise combining exceptional spa experiences with unforgettable scuba diving. This wonderful itinerary is designed for divers who travel with non-diving partners AND guests with a keen interest in spas. Choose to spend your days discovering the mesmerizing marine life in the Indian Ocean or indulge in daily treatments in the sumptuous onboard spa, or combine them both? You will of course have plenty of time to relax on the pristine beaches of the Maldives and enjoy snorkeling and a range of water sports, accompanied by fantastic cuisine in the Al Fresco restaurant, star gazing outdoor dinners and an open-air cinema.

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Sea Bird

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Discover the mesmerizing islands of the Seychelles on board the Sea Bird, a modern yacht combining comfort with the charm and character of a traditional sail boat. The vessel has a dining room, bar, salon and expansive sun deck on which to relax or socialize. Accommodation is provided in double or triple cabins each with air conditioning and en suite showers. Spend your days snorkeling, diving and exploring beautiful, often uninhabited islands and evenings dining on authentic Creole cuisine. The Sea Star and Sea Bird vessels are a fleet and therefore interchangeable, so you may be allocated either ship on your cruise.

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Sea Cloud

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The Sea Cloud, built in 1931, was at that time the largest private yacht ever constructed. Since then the world’s most luxurious tall ship has been restored to its original splendor, generating excitement in each port. The Sea Cloud's most remarkable features are her four masts, 30 sails and the tangled web of lines stretching 178 feet skyward to support the rigging. Unlike modern sailing ships, all sail setting on the Sea Cloud is done by hand. The vessel offers various types of accommodation ranging from suite, deluxe and standard cabin. The travelers will feel so well from the very first moment with the private atmosphere on board, the Lido bar, the stylish restaurant. All guests on board will share the common dream of sailing out into the world in exclusive company.

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Bridgetown, Barbados 8 Day Roundtrip Cruise

From $5554.97 Per person including taxes Available dates January 31st 2020

Sail around the Caribbean on this eight day cruise set to awaken the senses. The magnificent Sea Cloud will call at the island paradise of Tobago where you will travel overland through rain-forest to the idyllic Man-O-War Bay. You will visit the island of spice, Grenada where you can enjoy a wonderful island tour, stop at Chatham Bay for snorkelling and swimming, visit the lush botanical gardens in St Lucia and the turtle sanctuary in Bequia.

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Venetian Roundtrip Cruise

From $5554.97 Per person including taxes Available dates July 27th 2020

Join this eight day cruise cruise aboard the majestic Sea Cloud and sail the sparkling Adriatic departing from Venice. Discover the medieval towns of Hvar, Split, Sibenik, Rovinj, Zadar and Trieste brimming with wonderful architecture and spectacular sea vistas and natural wonders.

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Lisbon to Valencia Cruise

From $5554.97 Per person including taxes Available dates April 21st 2020

Journey along the Andalusian coast, visiting charming historical cities and Moorish palaces from Lisbon to Valencia. The elegant Sea Cloud will call at the lesser known city of Huelva with a visit to the beautiful marshlands of Donana National Park, then onto Cadiz, boasting a beautiful cathedral, baroque buildings, a tranquil old town and watch towers. It then continues onto the popular seaside resort of Malaga with an interesting old quarter including a Roman Amphitheatre. Your voyage continues to the popular resort of Alicante before ending in Valencia.

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Grand Prix Special - Nice to Naples Cruise

From $7454.97 Per person including taxes Available dates May 6th 2020

Sail aboard the majestic Sea Cloud from Nice to the “Grand Prix Monaco Historique” and see the most beautiful vintage racing cars at close range. You itinerary includes VIP tickets where you can enjoy the exclusive catering on the terrace of the Automobile Club de Monaco and can follow the races at close range. During the breaks in the races, you will visit the pit lane! You will visit the beautiful and cosmopolitan beachside towns of St Tropez and Sanary-sur-Mer with excursions to Aix-en-Provence. You will also visit the fortified city of Portoferraio on the island of Elba before ending in the bustling and vibrant port city of Naples, Italy.

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Sea Cloud II

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The Sea Cloud II combines the timeless elegance of windjammers of the past with the highest safety standards and the luxurious comfort of modern ships. She is the world's largest three-masted barque, the first newly constructed square rigger in decades. Since her launch in 2001 she has shared with her sister ship “the Sea Cloud” the honor of being the world's only cruise ship sailed by hand. The cabins and suites have the richest fabrics, woods and fine furniture. On board facilities include the exquisite restaurant, beautiful lounge, popular Lido bar on the sun deck, library and fitness centre.

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Caribbean Cruise - Bridgetown to St Maarten

From $6034.98 Per person including taxes Available dates March 27th 2020

Spend nine days on a magical voyage discovering the natural beauty of the Lesser Antilles and Grenadines. The magnificent Sea Cloud II departs from Bridgetown, anchoring in Grenada, Union Island, St Lucia and les des Saintes, where you will able to enjoy a number of excursions exploring the best of the islands, as well as having plenty of time for relaxing, sunbathing and swimming.

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Valencia to Casablanca 8 Day Cruise

From $5294.98 Per person including taxes Available dates October 28th 2020

This magical cruise along Spain's sunny coastline has been made even more special as you will experience two fascinating windjammers sailing alongside one and another. Sailing from Valencia to Casablanca, the two Sea Cloud sisters follow the same course for several days. When both yachts glide along side by side under full sail, they offer a truly breathtaking spectacle. You will call at Alicante, Malaga and Cadiz before ending in Casablanca.

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Barcelona to Nice Short Cruise

From $2994.99 Per person including taxes Available dates September 7th 2020

A short voyage aboard the Sea Cloud II ideal for combining with hotel stays in either France or Spain. Cruise from Barcelona northwards to the small fortified town of Collioure and then onto the very pretty town of Sete, known as the Little Venice of the Languedoc region due to its colourful facades, the canals and bridges. You will then continue along the Mediterranean coast to the cosmopolitan seaside town of Antibes with attractive old town, vibrant restaurant scene and wide beach promenades.

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Malta to Venice 11 Day Cruise

From $7584.97 Per person including taxes Available dates September 25th 2020

This wonderful eleven day cruise from La Valletta to Venice takes you on a romantic historical tour full of Italian impressions between Sicily, Apulia and Venice. Exquisite architecture from the Roman, Arabs, Byzantines and Norman periods interspersed with vineyard clad rolling hills, beautiful coves accompanied with fantastic regional cuisine.

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Sea Dream I

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***SPECIAL OFFER*** Early Booking Savings of up to 30% may be applied to all cruises on this ship. These savings vary according to the number of available cabins on the ship so please call our agents to get the most up-to-date price on your cruise. Sea Dream I's excellent service and facilities, combined with a very inclusive offering make this a truly top class product. With oceanview accommodation for just 112 passengers and a staff of 95, the Sea Dream I is small enough to provide an intimate atmosphere but boasts a wide range of services and amenities, including Balinese DreamBeds on deck and a water-sports marina at the stern, giving guests a base for kayaking, waterskiing or sailing. The Sea Dream Spa and Fitness center has eight therapists from Thailand and a personal trainer offering tai chi, yoga and aerobics classes upon request. Whether guests dine in the elegant Main Dining Salon or al fresco at the Topside Restaurant, they will enjoy gourmet cuisine and outstanding service. The luxurious touches extend to the all-suite staterooms, thoughtfully appointed with Belgian bed linen, down pillows and a choice of duvets or woolen blankets. Marble bathrooms, with plush bathrobes and Bvlgari toiletries round out the rooms.

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Sea Dream II

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***SPECIAL OFFER*** Early Booking Savings of up to 30% may be applied to all cruises on this ship. These savings vary according to the number of available cabins on the ship so please call our agents to get the most up-to-date price on your cruise.Like her sister ship, the Sea Dream I, the Sea Dream II combines top class service with a unique atmosphere of 'casual perfection' to create an exclusive small-ship cruise offering. With an award-winning staff of 95 serving just 112 guests, an intimate atmosphere and personalised service are guaranteed. The ship boasts a great range of onboard facilities, including a watersports marina, casino, spa, sauna, steamroom, fitness centre, golf simulator, swimming pool and jacuzzi. You can expect outstanding service, gourmet cuisine and carefully selected wines as you dine in the ship's elegant main salon, or al fresco in the Topside Restaurant. A varied programme of entertainment on board includes concerts and film screenings under the stars, live piano and guitar music in the bars and a number of special parties and events. Accommodation on the all-suite Sea Dream II is provided in oceanview staterooms, finely appointed with Belgian bedlinens, marble bathrooms and Bvlgari toiletries.

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Sea Serpent

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Sea Serpent is part of the latest generation of luxury dive vessels. Her hydrodynamic hull allows for optimum torque-to-displacement ratio increasing speed and stability and assuring comfortable cruising even in high seas. Relaxation and sunbathing are ideally catered for on the two spacious, partially shaded sundecks. The convenient layout and size of the dive deck will satisfy even the most demanding of divers.

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Sea Star

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Discover the idyllic islands of the Seychelles as you cruise on the Sea Star, a modern yacht which combines comfort and the traditional charms of a sailing boat. The yacht has a salon, bar and dining room and a generous sun deck where guests can relax or socialize. Accommodation is offered in double or triple air-conditioned cabins with en suite facilities. Spend your days diving, snorkeling and exploring beautiful, often uninhabited islands and your evenings enjoying the traditional Creole cuisine served on board. The Sea Star and Sea Bird vessels are a fleet and therefore interchangeable, so you may be allocated either ship on your cruise.

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Seven Seas Mariner (Cruise and Flight Packages)

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The Seven Seas Mariner is the world’s first all-suite, all-balcony ship, setting new standards in luxury cruising. The ship features a choice of four gourmet restaurants with open seating. Hallmarks include a wide range of onboard amenities: A spa, a gym, an expansive pool deck and a casino, and a welcome spaciousness in both the suites and the public areas. With accommodation for just 700 guests and a crew of over 400, the highest levels of personal service are guaranteed. Guests on the Seven Seas Mariner are treated to a generous all-inclusive offering with flights, transfers, a huge range of shore excursions, drinks with meals, at the bars and in your cabin all included in the cost of the cruise.

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Seven Seas Navigator (Cruise and Flight Packages)

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The luxurious Seven Seas Navigator has few equals, as all of her accommodation is in suites with ocean views, the majority of these benefiting from their own private balconies. Her 490 guests enjoy an unusual level of luxury and some of the highest space and service ratios at sea. With a choice of three restaurants, including the iconic Prime 7 steakhouse, you can dine wherever, whenever and with whomever you choose. The Seven Seas Navigator offers a choice of all-inclusive cruises, so that flights, transfers, a huge range of shore excursions, drinks with meals, at the bars and in your cabin are all included, making this one of the most up-scale cruise offerings in the market.

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Seven Seas Voyager (Cruise and Flight Packages)

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A trailblazer in the exclusive world of all-suite, all-balcony ships, the Seven Seas Voyager exceeds even the loftiest expectations for luxury. Considering her size, the amenities are surprisingly plentiful and include four dining venues where you can dine wherever, whenever and with whomever you choose. With 447 international crew members attending to a maximum of just 700 guests, personal service is indulgent throughout. An all-inclusive offering, featuring free flights and transfers, unlimited shore excursions, a luxury hotel stay, unlimited drinks including fine wines, premium spirits, an open bar and complimentary minibar, in-suite dining and free room service, make this one of the most luxurious cruise offerings in the market.

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Shore Thing

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Sail Ningaloo offers the perfect platform from which to experience the remote and pristine Ningaloo Reef in your own time and away from the crowds. Ningaloo Reef is famous for its vibrant corals, colourful reef fish, crystal clear waters, amazing marine life including manta rays, turtles, dolphins, dugongs and whales. Guided interpretive activities such as snorkelling, kayaking, scuba diving, sailing, fishing and whale watching are their specialty. Sail Ningaloo is passionate in their commitment to providing each and every guest with a unique, personalised, world class eco experience, offering three, five and nine day live-aboard tours March – October.

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Silolona

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The Silolona is a Phinisi, a traditional 50 metre wooden sailboat that was hand-built by the Sulawesi Konjo people in 2004. Equipped with all the modern comforts and authentic colours and textures, the Silolona offers an exquisite mode of transport for discerning travellers. Each of the 5 suites embodies a distinctive atmosphere with an air of understated elegance. The lounge, sun deck and dining areas provide the perfect setting from where to admire the majestic scenery as you journey to the islands of East Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Myanmar and the Andaman Sea. The ship is available to charter throughout the year, but also offers one or two unique scheduled cruises each year.

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Stella Maris

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The Stella Maris is a 'Supreme' category vessel, beautiful and luxurious, offering guests superior voyages around the Adriatic. The ship has state-of-the-art equipment and amenities and can accommodate up to 36 guests. The public areas are fully air-conditioned including a spacious restaurant located on the Upper Deck extending outdoors that can accommodate all passengers. To make the most of swim stops there is a platform and ladder for easy access into the ocean.

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Suwan Macha

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The Suwan Macha is a junk-rigged luxury schooner sailing the emerald waters of the Andaman Sea around Phuket, Thailand. This elegant vessel is a treasure itself - an authentic junk combining Western comforts with Asian charm. Suwan Macha provides well-appointed accommodation for no more than ten guests on board, which means you will be treated to personalised service by the attentive crew throughout your cruise.

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Teremoana

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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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Tip Top II

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This first class yacht, constructed in 1983 and renovated in 2006, was designed to offer the highest levels of security and comfort. She measures 90 foot in length and can accommodate up to 16 guests in comfortable and spacious cabins. She is the ideal choice for your trip to the Galapagos.

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Tip Top III

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The Tip Top III was designed and constructed to offer the highest level of security and comfort to guests. She is a first class steel-hulled motor yacht, built to impeccably high standards in 2001. The yacht can accommodate up to 16 guests in comfortable cabins, making this an intimate and exclusive choice for your cruise.

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Tip Top IV

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The Tip Top IV is an elegant, steel-hulled motor yacht, built to an impeccably high standard in 2006. She measures 130 feet in length and can accommodate up to 16 guests in comfortable and spacious cabins.

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Trollfjord

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The Norwegian cruise ship, Trollfjord is a magnificent vessel which was named after one of the most dramatic sights that she visits as she sails the coast of Norway and up into the Arctic. Her interior design has been influenced by coastal scenery and immense panoramic windows in the lounges offer excellent views of the dramatic landscapes. The ship’s facilities include cafés, bars, a Jacuzzi and an exercise room, all of which are equipped to a high standard and a range of accommodation to suit all budgets is available.

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Tuna

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The Tuna comprises mainly below-deck cabins, with just a small number above deck. Accommodation is in twin cabins (bunk beds) with separate toilets and showers on the main deck of the boat. There is an average of one shower and toilet for every five passengers. The cabins are quite small but all have wash basins and come complete with bedding. Outside, the Tuna has deck chairs to lounge about on, as well as lilo's and other inflatables for fun in the water. There are also small dingies to ferry passengers into the bays.

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Turkish Gulet Cruises (Standard Gulets)

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Explore the azure waters of the Turkish coast or the hidden bays of the Greek islands by taking a 'Blue Cruise' on a traditionally designed Turkish Gulet. These gulets are of wooden construction, vary in size from 15 to 30 metres and are motor-powered, although the sails will be hoisted when the wind and time permit. The small size of the gulets allows access to remote bays and archaeological sites that can only be reached by water, so if the idea of bathing on deserted beaches, swimming in crystal waters and enjoying the culture and undisturbed character of this part of the world appeals, then a gulet cruise could be for you. The fleet comprises two categories; Standard Gulets and Luxury Gulets which have the added benefit of air conditioning.

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Turkish Gulet Cruises-Standard Plus Gulets (Air Conditioned)

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Explore the azure waters of the Turkish coast or the hidden bays of the Greek islands by taking a 'Blue Cruise' on a traditionally designed Turkish Gulet. These gulets are of wooden construction, vary in size from 15 to 30 metres and are motor-powered, although the sails will be hoisted when the wind and time permit. The small size of the gulets allows access to remote bays and archaeological sites that can only be reached by water, so if the idea of bathing on deserted beaches, swimming in crystal waters and enjoying the culture and undisturbed character of this part of the world appeals, then a gulet cruise could be for you. The fleet comprises three categories; Standard Gulets, Standard Plus Gulets and Luxury Gulets. Standard Plus Gulets and Luxury Gulets have the benefit of air-conditioning.

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Tvrdi (Category A Ship)

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This charming vessel has 19 cabins, 13 of which are located on deck. Bedding and towels are included in all en-suite cabins. There is a comfortable deck with deck-chairs for lounging in and inflatable lilos for lying on to contemplate the lazy lull of the sea. Dinghies are also available for those adventurers seeking solace in idyllic bays and beaches. For a full list of itineraries and rates, please see http://www.ewaterways.com/shipdetail/gallery/?shipID=786&itineraryid=0

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Twin Palms I

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The Twinpalms One is a 23-metres fly-bridge yacht with sleek, modern lines and stylish interior. Its 4.2 metre tender, allows sailing into shallow waters and therefore access to more remote beaches and ports of call in full comfort and safety. The Twinpalms One can accommodate up to six guests, offering three en-suite guest staterooms, decorated with teak, stained walnut, light beige leather and exceptional attention to detail. Guests can also enjoy superb catering using the freshest ingredients from the Andaman Sea, accompanied by fine wines and champagnes.

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Valentine

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With just 4 spacious deluxe cabins and 1 premium suite, the Valentine combines top class accommodation and personal service while cruising the unique Halong Bay area. Newly constructed in 2007, the Valentine is a traditional wooden junk offering all the facilities you would expect on a modern motor cruiser. The elegant dining room offers set menus or buffets featuring Vietnamese cuisine plus an International wine list. There is a spacious rooftop sundeck with sunshades, comfy seating and a bar serving cocktails and ice-cold beer, and a professional English-speaking crew will be on hand to make this a truly memorable experience.

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Variety Voyager

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The newly launched Variety Voyager is a state of the art mega-yacht available for both charter and scheduled cruises, offering incomparable comfort and elegance. Sleek in design, the Variety Voyager exudes the charm of a private yacht as she sails around some of the Mediterranean's most exciting destinations. The cabins and indoor public areas are decorated with warm fabrics, rich marbles and soft tone wood panelling and throughout the vessel you can enjoy unobstructed views of the ocean.

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Ventus Australis

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With her inaugural sailing in January 2018, the new state-of-the-art ship Ventus Australis – Latin for "southern wind" is specifically designed for sailing the southern fjords of Tierra del Fuego. Like her sister ship the Stella Australis she will have five decks and offer the same amenities that provide a comfortable and luxurious cruise experience. Guests can enjoy the impressive Patagonia dining room, which provides a panoramic view and serves regional and international cuisine with a carefully chosen range of Chilean and Argentinean wines. The lounge areas are ideal for relaxing and admiring the spectacular scenery and the well appointed cabins provide a relaxing retreat. Ventus Australis will give travelers a chance to experience the remoteness of Patagonia and step ashore at fabled Cape Horn.

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Fjords of Tierra del Fuego (5 Days)

From $1440.00 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+$60.00) Available dates From 28 Nov 2019 To 04 Apr 2020

Journey to the end of the earth on the brand new Ventus Australis. Explore Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego on the 5 day Punta Arenas to Ushuaia route, enjoying the natural beauty of this remote region from close range

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Patagonian Explorer 5 Day Cruise

From $1440.00 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+$60.00) Available dates From 02 Dec 2019 To 08 Apr 2020

Explore Patagonia in style on board the new expedition ship, Ventus Australis. You will have a great adventure on the five day Ushuaia to Punta Arenas route, where you will enjoy the raw, natural beauty of Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego.

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Vesta 5 Defne

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Built in 2002, the Vesta 5 Defne is a 24 metre motor sailer available for both scheduled cruises and charter around the Aeolian Islands off the north coast of Sicily. With accommodation for up to 14 passengers in 7 double, air-conditioned, en suite cabins, the ship is ideal for anyone looking for a relaxed and friendly sailing environment. Discover the seductive magic of the seven islands, Alicudi, Filicudi, Vulcano, Lipari, Panarea, Stromboli and Salina on a fun, hospitable and laid-back cruise on the Vesta 5 Defne.

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Victory I

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Built in 2001 and measuring 91m in length the Victory I cruise ship can easily navigate canals and locks, tranquil bays, and hidden ports where larger ships dare not go. The ship can comfortably accommodate up to 202 passengers and provides guests with spacious public areas including open-air lounges and inviting dining venues, an English-style tavern and sun deck. Victory I cruises along North America's historic five Great Lakes and the storied St. Lawrence River to the breathtaking vistas of the Atlantic coast.

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Chicago to Toronto Cruise (Great Lakes Cruise)

From $4898.98 Per person including taxes Available dates May 20th 2020

Join Victory I as she departs from the city of Toronto on a grand exploration of North America’s Great Lakes. Sail across Lake Michigan to charming Mackinac Island. Spend a fascinating morning with the Ojibwe people at pretty Georgian Bay. Cruise for an entire day on scenic Lake Huron, home to more than 30,000 islands. Tour Detroit’s fascinating Henry Ford Museum and enjoy a thrilling visit to the spectacular Niagara Falls.

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Victory II

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The Victory II is the identical sister ship to the 202-passenger Victory I. Victory II will take her inaugural voyage from Boston in May 2018. The ship measures 91m in length and can easily navigate canals and locks, tranquil bays, and hidden ports where larger ships dare not go. The ship provides guests with spacious public areas including open-air lounges and inviting dining venues, an English-style tavern and sun deck. Victory II cruises along North America's historic five Great Lakes, New England and the storied St. Lawrence River to the breathtaking vistas of the Atlantic coast.

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Chicago to Montreal (Great Lakes Cruise)

From $5798.98 Per person including taxes Available dates September 2nd 2020

A cruise which combines the stiking city skylines of Chicago, Detroit, Toronto and Montreal alongside the lazy lake shores of Lake Huron, Lake Michigan and Lake Ontario teeming with wildlife and natural beauty. If this is not enough you will also visit the magnificent Niagara Falls one of natures great wonders!

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Viktoria

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Accommodation on the Viktoria is predominently below deck with just a few cabins located above deck. All are furnished with bunk beds and toilets and showers are shared with approximately one shower/toilet for every five passengers. Cabins are small but have basins, bedding and towels. Outside, there are deckchairs to relax on, inflatables for fun in the water and dinghies which can be used to reach remote bays and beaches.

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Wanderbird

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Originally built as a North Sea fishing trawler, the Wanderbird has now been converted to a very comfortable long range expedition trawler traversing the coastlines of Canada, Alaska and the Caribbean. Measuring 90 feet in length, the Wanderbird has the feel of a traditional Dutch fishing vessel, characterised with varnished wood panels and brass fittings. The vessel offers six spacious double cabins furnished to a good standard with en-suite shower facilities located on the lower deck. The top deck provides ample space for wildlife watching or stargazing and the popular coach house is perfect for relaxing and socialising, providing protection from the weather with comfortable seating, large windows and a library. The salon below deck provides space for educational films and natural history demonstrations. The vessel also carries two small boats for on-shore adventures to places of remote beauty and historical significance.

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Western Spirit

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The Western Spirit has four cabins with double beds and shared bathrooms. The boat journey focuses on wildlife, with a naturalist on board, and explores the remote waterways and inlets of the British Columbia coast for views of wildlife and marine life up-close.

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Windjammer

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Launched in 1994, the Windjammer is considered to be one of the most beautiful sailing yachts ever built in Australia. She epitomises the grandest of schooner qualities, sailing at speeds of 10 knots or more on the beam and broad reaches. With luxuriously appointed interiors displaying a timeless magnificence, the Windjammer is a classic example of elegant tallships and fine craftsmanship. The Windjammer usually offers a range of sailing itineraries at the Great Barrier Reef in the Whitsundays, however she will not be operating in 2011. Please call for similar itineraries on the Coral Trekker, Apollo III and Oceanic Pearl.

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Yasawa Princess

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The Yasawa Princess is a 60 passenger ship, offering idyllic cruises around the Maldives, a country made up of some of the bluest lagoons and finest atolls in the world. On board the ship, the atmosphere is distinctly laid-back. You can choose to swim and snorkel off pristine white sandbanks, enjoy night barbecues on uninhibited islands, or just relax on the sun deck with a book and your favourite drink in hand. The ship's 33 cabins are arranged over three decks and onboard amenities include indoor and outside dining areas, a bar, a professional dive centre and an inviting sun deck.

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Ylang

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Introducing the latest luxury vessel to join the Heritage Line’s ship collection in Lan Ha Bay, 'Ylang', featuring a splendid blend of Asian-Vietnamese design with French-Colonial accents. She has just ten luxurious suites, each, flooded with natural light pouring in through floor-to-ceiling panoramic doors which open onto a private balcony. They have been decorated by local artists, with hand-crafted paintings and artwork using various materials and techniques. As well as a gourmet restaurant and colonial style bar, the Ylang has her own expansive spa with its extensive selection of thoughtfully selected treatments. The focus on wellness lives on in the more dynamic activities such as yoga in a dedicated room, or early morning Tai Chi lessons on the upper deck.

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Senses of Lan Ha Cruise

From $527.00 Per person including taxes Available dates From 27 Nov 2019 To 31 Dec 2020

**Special Offer**Book an cruise by 31st December 2019 and receive 15% off 2019 departures and 10% off 2020 departures. Please call for more information. Spend three days sailing aboard the beautiful Ylang and discover wonderful natural scenery, a local village nested in the jungle by bicycle, a remote floating fishing village and Cat Ba’s National Park within a leisurely hiking tour. Above all indulge in Ylang’s lifestyle and wellness theme onboard with extensive spa offerings and healthy food options.

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