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50 Years of Victory

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The 50 Years of Victory is the largest and most modern nuclear-powered icebreaker in the world. For those with an appreciation of such vessels, the Victory is a new generation ship and is incredibly powerful. Life on board is comfortable and relaxed. The spacious cabins are superbly furnished and all provide magnificent exterior views through opening windows. The vessel also offers generous public areas, high quality cuisine and impressive well-being facilities.

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Alaskan Song

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The Alaskan Song is a 90 foot yacht, large, fast and with spacious, comfortable common areas for sight-seeing, reading, listening to music, viewing videos, or just relaxing. The owners, with a combined 50 years experience chartering in Alaska, designed the boat just for you.

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Aloha

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The Aloha was originally built in 1951 and then reconstructed in 1988 and again in 2006. On-board accommodation consists mainly of below-deck cabins, with just a small number above deck. Outside the Aloha has comfortable chairs to lounge on and inflatables are provided for use in the water. This all makes for a very relaxing atmosphere. As the boat navigates the clear waters of the Adriatic guests can swim or sunbathe on deck, taking in the stunning scenery of the Croatian coastline.

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Anahi

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The Anahi is an intimate catamaran that offers comfort and class while exploring the mystifying Galapagos Islands. The Anahi holds 16 passengers, one of the most exclusive fleets available, enhanced with modern amenities and up to date technologies.

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Anakonda

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The Anakonda is the one of two luxury ships cruising in the Ecuadorian Amazon Rainforest, offering guests the chance to experience the Amazon in a most unique way. Visit remote and pristine areas and interact with the region’s 15 local communities whilst enjoying the comfort and services of a 5-star boutique hotel. The ship's 18 cabins, each measuring over 215 square feet, feature sitting areas, large and comfortable beds, and wall-to-wall panoramic windows offering spectacular views. The observation deck, with its outdoor jacuzzi and al fresco lounge is the ideal place to enjoy a cocktail, to relax with a good book or simply enjoy the sights of the Ecuadorian Amazon. You also have the option to enjoy one or two nights camping under the stars in the Amazonian rainforest on an optional Glamping Excursion.

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Four Day Cruise on the Ecuadorian Amazon (departs Sundays)

From $2440.00 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+$80.00) Available dates From 30 Sep 2018 To 30 Dec 2018

Explore the evergreen mass of diversity that spreads out for kilometres on end across the Amazon Basin on this four day cruise on the Anakonda. This inspiring journey takes you to visit the quiet stills of Pañacocha (Piranha Lake) and to the fascinating water reserve, the Pañayacu River delta. Observe one of the unique and wonderful natural sights, Parrot Clay Licks in the Western Amazon, paddle down backwater jungle streams, hike through meandering forest trails and visit the communities of the Amazon forest base.

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Eight Day Cruise on the Ecuadorian Amazon (departs Sundays)

From $4878.01 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+$90.00) Available dates From 30 Sep 2018 To 30 Dec 2018

This week-long exploration of the Ecuadorian Amazon will introduce you to the spellbinding tropical rainforest of the Amazon Basin. Discover a myriad of unexpected possibilities in the magical Pañayacu River delta, explore the untamed environment of Yasuni, Ecuador's largest national park, and appreciate the quiet stills of Pañacocha. During the cruise you will meet an authentic Quechua family, join forest walks led by local naturalist guides, join canoe and kayaking adventures, and explore the underwater world of the Amazon and the spectacular flora and fauna of the rainforest.

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Five Day Cruise on the Ecuadorian Amazon (departs Wednesdays)

From $3048.00 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+$80.00) Available dates From 26 Sep 2018 To 26 Dec 2018

Board the Anakonda for a unique insight into the ecosystem of the Ecuadorian Amazon. Experience the diversity of this very special region as you canoe though the Yasuni National Park, search for the legendary Pink River Dolphins, Black Cayman and enigmatic Amazonian Anaconda. Go canoeing in a blackwater lake, visit an authentic Quechua family, venture into the forest on foot to discover a myriad of different animals and plant species and climb to the top of an observation tower providing you with incredible views over the vast Amazon Basin.

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APO Explorer

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The APO Explorer is a long-range adventure cruiser, custom designed for diving, with cozy interiors, well-stocked bars, efficient staff and impeccable service. The APO Explorer is a spacious full service cruiser with 8 comfortable cabins for up to 16 guests.

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Atmosphere

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45.7 m long and 10 m beam, Atmosphere is categorized as a "Small Ship". Her overall capacity is of 28 passengers and 32 crew members. Design-wise, she entails a complex engineering layout to accommodate the aero maritime transportation crafts and the grand class unmatched to other expedition cruisers. With a touch of purity, refinement and simplicity, the Atmosphere strikes a perfect balance between substantial exploration capabilities and a unique and noble style. She guarantees all her guests a pleasant, exciting and safe voyage through Patagonian waters.

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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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Polynesia and the Easter Island 14 Day Cruise

From $6024.22 Per person including taxes Available dates October 6th 2018

Join this incredible fourteen day cruise aboard L'Austral as she journey's into the heart of the Pacific. From Papeete to Hanga Roa, you will sail far from the major maritime routes to the Gambier Islands, one of Polynesia’s most unspoiled destinations. Encircled by a large ring of coral, its multi-coloured lagoons are each more beautiful than the next and will offer a breathtaking show. The ship will then call at the small village of Rikitea, where Saint Michael’s Cathedral stands proudly, built entirely of coral and wood. Continue to the remote Pitcairn Islands, an unspoiled subtropical environment whose capital, Adamstown, resembles a charming small village. Finally the ship will reach the intriguing Easter Island located some 3,700 km away from the South American continent. Discover its famous wooden tablets called ‘Rongorongo’ and the Moai, or ‘walking statues’, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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SPECIAL OFFER - From Brazil to Africa 17 Day Cruise

From $6940.19 Per person including taxes Available dates March 18th 2019

**Special Offer**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 as she sails on an epic voyage between two continents offering a fascinating itinerary rich in contrasts and cultural blending and wonderful UNESCO World Heritage treasures. You will sail from Rio de Janiero to Dakar in 17 days, during an exceptional cruise combining cultural discoveries and remarkable natural sites. Visit the beautiful colonial town of Paraty and the charming cities of Salvador de Bahia and Recife, before you reach the Fernando de Noronha islands, off the Brazilian coast, a natural paradise that is home to thousands of birds and marine-rich waters. L'Austral will then continue across the Atlantic as far as the Bijagos Islands for three days of expedition. A UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, these sparsely-inhabited islands are only accessible to a few privileged travellers. End your journey in Dakar, the bustling capital of Senegal.

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Emblematic Antarctica 11 Day Cruise

From $12118.90 Per person including taxes Available dates From 30 Dec 2018 To 17 Feb 2019

Join this eleven day expedition cruise and discover the heart of the Antarctic Peninsula, a land of frozen fjords, remote islands and unique wildlife in utter comfort on board L'Austral. Journey into this enchanting polar desert where penguins live in their thousands and humpback whales swim alongside ships.

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Patagonia and Chilean Fjords 14 Day Cruise

From $7738.72 Per person including taxes Available dates November 7th 2018

Cruise the Pacific coast of South America, which offers contrasting landscapes and still-unspoiled lands linking two countries, Chile and Argentina. Discover Castro on Chiloe Island with its remarkable Unesco architectural heritage, be dazzled by the incomparable beauty of the landscapes in this capital of the Lake District. You will also cruise to Tortel, a small Patagonian village boasts unmatched architecture and discover the Torres del Paine National Park. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, this park is one of the most beautiful places on Earth.

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Discovery of the King of the Arctic 13 Day Cruise

From $14655.41 Per person including taxes Available dates June 30th 2019

Set sail aboard L'Austral for an unforgettable 13 day voyage around Spitsbergen, one of the jewels of the northern hemisphere. You will discover the islands magical landscapes, ancient glaciers, spectacular fjords and rugged mountains. In this vast wilderness you will have the opportunity to witness amazing wildlife including whales, arctic foxes, walruses, but also polar bears, the undisputed kings of the ice.

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Antarctica and Climate Change

From $13533.95 Per person including taxes Available dates December 9th 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 $21475.82 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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In the Wake of Pioneers with National Geographic

From $13184.00 Per person including taxes Available dates September 15th 2019

In partnership with National Geographic Expeditions. Ponant invites you to follow the steps of trappers and gold miners in Alaska, during a 15-day expedition voyage aboard L’Austral. From Nome to Vancouver, discover a remote territory still unknown and wild, landscape from wide spaces to glistening glaciers, steep mountains and expansive lakes.

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From Scotland to Spitsbergen with National Geographic

From $9981.65 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 $5871.56 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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Belize Aggressor III

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

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Beluga

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The Beluga is a superior first class yacht offering expeditions in the Galapagos. Newly refurbished in 2010, the Beluga accommodates 16 passengers in 8 comfortable air-conditioned cabins and has well-equipped and generously proportioned public areas including a spacious sundeck, a salon/dining area with panoramic windows, and a flat-screen TV. The Beluga offers the perfect environment for guests to enjoy the pleasures of the Galapagos Islands in both comfort and style.

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Big Blue Explorer

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

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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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Borneo Explorer

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The Borneo Explorer is a full service dive cruiser with comfortable cabins, spacious fully air-conditioned and carpeted interiors, 10 twin cabins with en suite toilet and shower facilities, 6 open-rinse showers on deck, entertainment center w/ TV, VHS, Stereo, a well-stocked bar, library of books, magazines and VCR/VCD/DVD and tapes, 50 sq. open bar area, satellite telephone, 12 experienced service crew.

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Bremen

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The expedition ship, Bremen, will take you into regions of the world where you can fully satisfy your thirst for discoveries. Thanks to its shallow draught, it can call at the smallest ports, bays and meandering rivers. And our 12 expedition-ready, motorized rubber boats, the Zodiacs, enable passengers to land in even the most remote regions.

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Caribbean Explorer II

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The Caribbean Explorer II visits dive sites ranging from less than 20 feet to 130 feet deep, inhabited by an abundant variety of corals, reef fish, pelagic’s and other marine life. The Caribbean Explorer II accommodates 18 passengers in air-conditioned staterooms with private bathrooms and showers.

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Cayman Aggressor IV

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

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Columbia III

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Stately, graceful, quiet, steadfast and beautiful is what comes to mind when one sees the Columbia III. Built in 1968 her classic lines are still recognized and admired at every port. However, in the early 1990s she was completely refurbished with great attention to detail and passenger enjoyment. From her wheelhouse with the latest navigational electronics to the large, covered aft-deck, she is immaculate and the woodworking throughout is of the finest quality.

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Columbus

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This small ship demonstrates on more than 30 routes around the globe just how relaxed and uncomplicated the most beautiful form of travel can be. Regardless of whether you decide to take a short introductory cruise on the Baltic Sea, set course for the coasts on the Indian Ocean or go on a trip around the world: you check in just once, and then leave everything else up to the experienced crew of the Columbus.

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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 I

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

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SPECIAL OFFER - 4 Day Galapagos Cruise (Sunday Departure)

From $1531.53 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+$70.00) Available dates From 30 Sep 2018 To 23 Dec 2018

**Special Offer**Book now and enjoy an 8% discount off all cabin rates. Published prices reflect discount. Please call for more information. Special discounts do not apply in combination with other promos. Valid on all departure dates except from 18-31st December 2018. Explore the unique wonders of the Galapagos Islands in complete comfort on board the Coral I on this four day voyage. Discover beautiful beaches and unique landscapes, join fascinating nature walks and participate in a myriad of outdoor activities including coastal dinghy rides and snorkeling with sea lions and turtles.

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SPECIAL OFFER - 5 Day Galapagos Cruise (Wednesday Departure)

From $2041.12 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+$70.00) Available dates From 03 Oct 2018 To 26 Dec 2018

**Special Offer**Book now and enjoy an 8% discount off all cabin rates. Published prices reflect discount. Please call for more information. Special discounts do not apply in combination with other promos. Valid on all departure dates except from 18-31st December 2018. Experience the unique wonders of the Galapagos Islands in complete comfort on board the Coral I on this five day voyage. Discover beautiful beaches, volcanic landscapes and participate in a myriad of outdoor activities including coastal dinghy rides and snorkeling with sea lions and turtles.

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Coral II

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

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SPECIAL OFFER - 4 Day Galapagos Cruise (Sunday Departure)

From $1531.53 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+$70.00) Available dates From 07 Oct 2018 To 30 Dec 2018

**Special Offer**Book now and enjoy an 8% discount off all cabin rates. Published prices reflect discount. Please call for more information. Special discounts do not apply in combination with other promos. Valid on all departure dates except from 18-31st December 2018. Experience the unique wonders of the Galapagos Islands in complete comfort on board the Coral II on this four day voyage. Discover the beautiful beaches on Santa Fe Island, join fascinating nature walks and participate in a myriad of outdoor activities including coastal dinghy rides and snorkeling with sea lions and turtles.

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SPECIAL OFFER - 5 Day Galapagos Cruise (Wednesday Departure)

From $2041.12 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+$70.00) Available dates From 26 Sep 2018 To 19 Dec 2018

**Special Offer**Book now and enjoy an 8% discount off all cabin rates. Published prices reflect discount. Please call for more information. Special discounts do not apply in combination with other promos. Valid on all departure dates except from 18-31st December 2018. Experience the unique wonders of the Galapagos Islands in complete comfort on board the Coral II on this five day voyage. Discover the contrasting islands of Isabela and Santiago, join fascinating nature walks and participate in a myriad of outdoor activities including coastal dinghy rides and snorkeling with sea lions and turtles.

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Curve of Time

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The Curve of Time is a 25.5 metre Side Trawler built in Holland circa 1959. She fished comercially in the North Sea until 1984 and now explores the fascinating waterways and inlets of British Colombia’s coastline. This unique vessel accommodates ten guests both in cabins on the main deck and individually curtained, traditional ship’s bunks below deck alongside the cosy sitting area and central galley where delicious meals are prepared.

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Dalmatinac

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

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Dalmatinka

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

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David B

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The M/V David B was built in 1929 and has recently been fully restored for new service as a passenger vessel. She has two decks: the main deck and a below-deck level. As you wander the main deck, you’ll find the pilothouse and galley. The pilothouse includes the bridgedeck with the helm, some passenger seating (and some great views as we travel up the Inside Passage or among the San Juan Islands). Step down from the bridge into the cozy galley, with our charming Heartland Sweetheart wood-burning stove. Relax in our comfortable dining area with its wrap-around windows, seating for eight, and a spectacular view of the scenery, birds, whales, and other wildlife we might pass along the way. The below-deck level is comprised of the accommodations, engine room, and storage areas. As you climb down the ladder, you'll discover staterooms for eight (even though we only carry six passengers on any given trip). Each stateroom includes its own private head (toilet) and sink. There are three double staterooms with queen-size beds, and one double stateroom with bunk-style beds. Also, below deck there is a public head with a luxurious cast-iron bathtub (with a shower), a sink and a toilet.

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Diamante

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The 12-passenger Diamante is a brigantine schooner motor sailor - a modern, smaller version of great naval training ships. Perfect to be used as a charter vessel for families and small special interest groups, the Diamante allows you to get up close and personal with the astonishing world of the Galapagos Islands. With a sleek, elegant hull, stunning white sails and professional and friendly service of her dedicated crew and hand-picked naturalist guides, the Diamante is one of the best choices in her category for sailing in the Galapagos Islands.

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Dirigo II

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Experience exciting offshore sailing odysseys along the Southern California coastline on board the Dirigo II, a 73-foot, double top-masted schooner. Built in 1946, the boat has undergone a complete restoration in 2005 and now carries up to 10 passengers in good levels of comfort. She is ideal for charter, allowing adventure-seekers looking for a hands-on sailing experience to assist the crew of this historic vessel.

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Discovery

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This 65 foot, 2 deck classic working yacht can accommodate up to 12 guests as she gently sails you into one of the world’s richest marine environments. Meticulously fitted out, the Discovery combines understated luxury, comfort and practicality, with a relaxed atmosphere on board. Her smaller size enables easy access to Alaska’s less travelled areas and she is well equipped for charting the remote wilderness of Alaska’s breathtaking waterways.

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Don Jose

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

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Dorinha

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Since the introduction in May 2005, the expedition boat Dorinha has been exploring the enigma of the dark forests and myterious waters of the Amazon. The boat offers a private and cozy atmosphere. Her twelve double cabins are equipped with air conditioning, private baths and large windows. The sun deck provides a perfect place for relaxing with a cold drink during the day or gazing at the stars at night. The boat library contains literature with detailed and interesting information about the region.

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Dream

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Completely refurbished in 2007, the Dream lives up to her name in style and comfort. Her five spacious cabins boast impeccable furnishing with meticulous attention to detail. The exceptionally comfortable galley, fully equipped bar, spacious teak-deck and large cockpit make this yacht ideal for Mediterranean sailing holidays.

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Duen's Journey

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Reputed to be one of the most beautiful wooden boats on the British Columbia coast, Duen's Journey is a true classic. She is a traditional Norwegian designed Galeas gaff rigged ketch - large enough for comfort and privacy, and small enough to create a great ambiance for up to 8 passengers. Guests can enjoy the social atmosphere below deck around the extensive natural history library and warmth of the Norwegian stove, above deck in the Pilothouse, or around the large on deck dining table for barbecues and sunsets.

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Eclipse

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One of the most luxurious vessels operating in the Galapagos, the Eclipse offers expedition cruising in unrivaled comfort. The ship prides herself on preserving the atmosphere of a small boat with impressive features such as "al fresco" dining, with space for all 48 passengers. Rich woodwork and classic decor evoke an intimate ambiance throughout the lush interiors while spacious decks provide ample opportunity for guests to view the extraordinary natural scenery of this remote region.

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Eco Explorer

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The Eco Explorer is a full service dive cruiser navigating the Greek Isles. The boat comprises 20 comfortable twin cabins with private facilities. Her interiors are spacious and fully air conditioned, featuring an entertainment center with TV, DVD/VCD and Stereo, a well-stocked bar, library, saloon, lounge, and eight open-rinse showers on deck.

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Edgewater Fortune

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During the past 25 years many groups of people have had the pleasure of cruising British Columbia's amazing scenic coastal waters with Captain Johansen and his able crew aboard the Edgewater Fortune. The home waters of this 47-passenger vessel are the spectacular passages and inlets all along the British Columbia's coast.

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Empress Theresa

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The Empress Theresa is a 25 metre dive boat that sails on the Red Sea. The boat accommodates up to 16 guests in eight cabins. There is an air-conditioned saloon that includes a CD/tape player and a TV/video player. The boat also features a large sundeck and dive deck.

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Eric

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Constructed in 1991 and refurbished annually since, the Eric is a first-class yacht that was purpose-built for cruising the Galapagos Islands. The vessel accommodates no more than 20 passengers in 10 outside facing cabins across 3 decks, each with en suite facilities. Polished teak interiors trimmed with shiny brass fittings lend the Eric an air of distinguished luxury and comfort. Enjoy the breathtaking scenery from the conference area’s panoramic picture windows or from a lounge chair on the sun deck. Other amenities include a dining room which features international cuisine and a fully stocked bar. Take advantage of the complimentary snorkelling gear, wetsuits and kayaks to immerse yourself in the beauty of the Galapagos Islands.

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Europa

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

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Evolution

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

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Fiji Aggressor II

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

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Fiji Aggressor III

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

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Finnmarken

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The first ship to bear the name Finnmarken was introduced in 1912 and her worthy successor has been designed to reflect the elegance of the past. Her Art Nouveau style interior is complemented by modern panorama lounges, bars and bistro, conference facilities, hairdresser and beauty treatment room. A swimming pool, fitness room, sauna, solarium and outside Jacuzzis are provided for your relaxation during the cruise.

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Flamingo I

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Flamingo I is a custom-designed for Galapagos cruising. Built in 1991 and refurbished annually, this superior first-class yacht, which has two identical sister yachts, can accommodate no more than 20 guests and features three decks of spacious staterooms with polished teak interiors trimmed with shiny brass fittings.

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Fram

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Fram is specially designed for cruising Arctic waters. Named after the ship used by famous Norwegian Explorer Fridtjof Nansen, the Fram’s interior has been inspired by Greenland and the Arctic region. The cabins are stylish and comfortable, and feature two lower berths or a twin-sized bed, private bathrooms with hair dryers. Each is fitted with air-conditioning, heating, and a smoke alarm. She offers a comfortable restaurant, two well-stocked bars, panoramic lounges, Internet café, and conference rooms.

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Galapagos Aggressor I

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

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Galapagos Aggressor II

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

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Galapagos Eco Explorer I

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The Galapagos Eco Explorer I, launched in 2007, is a large 16-passenger power catamaran, custom-built for divers visiting the Galapagos. All 8 staterooms include ensuites, seating areas and large windows offering panoramic views. Extensive, exquisitely appointed facilities allow unimpeded sightseeing or total relaxation opportunities between 4-5 dives per day. Optional island nature tours and hikes are available at most islands.

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Galapagos Explorer II

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The Galapagos Explorer II is a 100 passenger, ocean-going cruise ship designed to provide a little luxury as well as scientific information to the discerning eco-tourist visiting the Galapagos National Park. Expert Naturalist Guides offer shore excursions focusing on the Natural History of the Galapagos. The ship has 50 fabulous outside suites and a myriad of facilities including jacuzzi, solarium, elevator, conference room, 3 bars and reading room.

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Galapagos Legend

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

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SPECIAL OFFER - 4 Day Galapagos Cruise (Monday departure)

From $1662.50 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+$70.00) Available dates From 01 Oct 2018 To 24 Dec 2018

**Special Offer**Book now and enjoy an 5% discount off Junior and Balcony cabin rates. Published prices reflect discount. Please call for more information. Special discounts do not apply in combination with other promos. Valid on all departure dates except from 18-31st December 2018. Experience the unique wonders of the Galapagos Islands in complete comfort on board the Galapagos Legend on this four day voyage. Participate in a myriad of outdoor activities including coastal dinghy rides, walks across volcanic landscapes and snorkeling with sea lions.

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SPECIAL OFFER - 5 Day Galapagos Cruise (Thursday departure)

From $2215.00 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+$70.00) Available dates From 04 Oct 2018 To 27 Dec 2018

**Special Offer**Book now and enjoy a 5% discount off Junior and Balcony cabin rates. Published prices reflect discount. Please call for more information. Special discounts do not apply in combination with other promos. Valid on all departure dates except from 18-31st December 2018. Discover the unique wonders of the Galapagos Islands in complete comfort on board the Galapagos Legend on this five day voyage. Participate in a myriad of outdoor activities including coastal dinghy rides, walks across volcanic landscapes and snorkeling and swimming with sea turtles and sea lions.

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SPECIAL OFFER - 8 Day Galapagos Cruise (Monday departure)

From $3606.26 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+$120.00) Available dates From 01 Oct 2018 To 24 Dec 2018

**Special Offer**Book now and enjoy a 5% discount off Junior and Balcony cabin rates. Published prices reflect discount. Please call for more information. Special discounts do not apply in combination with other promos. Valid on all departure dates except from 18-31st December 2018. Discover the unique wonders of the Galapagos Islands in complete comfort on board the Galapagos Legend on this eight day voyage. Participate in a myriad of outdoor activities including walks across fascinating volcanic landscapes and brackish lagoons and swimming with sea turtles and sea lions.

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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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Galapagos Sky

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Custom-designed in 2000, the Galapagos Sky offers the newest and best-equipped vessel for SCUBA diving in the Galapagos. The teak paneled and fully air conditioned interior can accommodate up to 16 guests across 8 cabins. Her amenities feature a dining area, a fully stocked bar, and a main salon with an audio/video entertainment center. On deck, ample space is allocated for personal dive gear storage, a photo and video film lab, light tables, daily E-6 processing, and open deck space for sunbathing.

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Gemini

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Gemini is a magnificent sailing yacht ideal for exploring the amazing Mediterranean with an itinerary customised to your personal requirements. Accommodating 10 passengers in 5 air-conditioned, ensuite staterooms, you may dine surrounded by the beautiful leather and teak interior, or al fresco at the cockpit table beneath the stars. For the more adventurous, why not try your skills at the helm?

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Grace

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

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Grace Bailey

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Grace Bailey is unquestionably the finest example of a 19th-century coaster afloat today. She is a beautiful flagship unmatched for authentic windjamming in New England. Built in 1882 she sailed to the West Indies in the Fruit Trade and carried granite to New York City to help build Grand Central Station. At 123 feet, she can accommodate 29 passengers. Unique features are the restored main cabin, with handcarved panelling, and a piano on board.

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Guideliner

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Guideliner is a 57ft twin-engine steel motor cruiser, comfortably accommodating 6 guests. The large saloon has excellent panoramic views whilst the spacious aft deck is the ideal place to sit relax or take your evening meal. Guideliner has central heating and all cabins have opening windows. The design of the ship allows for swift inter-island passages and she has the ability to adjust course for sightings of any fabulous marine wildlife.

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Hanseatic

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Whether travelling through thick pack ice, narrow fjords, vast oceans or along the coastlines of great continents, emabrk on a voyage of discovery, with destinations worldwide, on this five-star expedition ship. Without sacrificing luxury and sophisticated living, passengers can journey to remote regions in the comfort of the Hanseatic’s modern amenities. Well-appointed cabins accommodate up to 184 guests and cozy interiors provide ample space for casual camaraderie or quiet reverie.

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Happy Cruises

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Hebridean Princess

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The Highlands and Islands of Scotland, her romantic castles, tranquil lochs, wide open spaces and little known anchorages are all accessible from the luxurious Hebridean Princess with cruises of between 4 and 8 nights. She guarantees exceptional service, fine food and wine and a very warm welcome. Of the 30 spacious and elegant cabins, 11 are designed especially for the single traveller. A range of guided walks are on offer.

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Iberostar Grand Amazon

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This luxury ship takes guests on a magnificently memorable cruise along both the Negro and Amazon Rivers, offering all the comfort and service the discerning traveler demands.

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Ika

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

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Isabela II

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

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Island Odyssey

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

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Island Passage

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The 24 passenger Island Passage is unique in that she carries half the passengers of other vessels her size in a child free environment, yet includes all the amenities one would expect of a much larger cruise ship. Her work boat exterior camouflages a stunning interior with oversize cabins, large outside deck areas with outside dining and a spacious lounge and dining area. The land craft are designed to land directly onto the beaches, three smaller tenders and kayaks are all on hand to explore, and the ship also has its own five seater helicopter. Discover Tahiti and New Zealand's Bay of Islands in exceptional style on board the exquisite Island Passage.

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Island Roamer

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

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Island Spirit

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

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Javorak

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

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Kalibobo Spirit

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The Kalibobo Spirit, a 29.8m luxury motor yacht, was built in 2004 and refitted in 2007 before commencing service in Papua New Guinea. The ship has 10 air-conditioned cabins, a large covered deck with comfortable loungers on the bridge deck, a partially covered deck on the fly Bridge, a heli-pad for use on selected cruises and a 20-person speedboat for excursions.

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Kapetan Bota

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

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Kaptan Yarkin

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The 25 metre Kaptan Yarkin is a traditional, hand-crafted sailing gulet which is available to charter in the dazzling Turkish waters. With six air-conditioned en suite cabins, comfortable communal areas and a spacious sun deck, this gulet offers a unique and private environment for small groups of friends or family. Your hospitable and professional captain will help you plan an itinerary around remote coves, dazzling deserted beaches and charming little fishing villages and you can choose to make your days as leisurely or as energetic as you please. 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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Kona Aggressor II

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

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Kong Harald

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Named after the King of Norway, this majestic ship also pays tribute to other famous Norwegians and includes the Nansen club bar and Amundsen café. True to tradition, many local artists have put their own individual stamp on this elegant vessel, with distinctive works displayed throughout.

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La Pinta

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

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Labrador

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

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Lammer Law

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Lammer Law is one of the two largest trimarans in the world. It offers lots of space and comfort for naturalist cruises but specializes and is completely equipped for diving cruises. Attractive and functional, it is perfect for the dedicated diver and for those passengers wishing to have a close experience with nature. The artful combination of stability, grace and speed make this yacht a perfect partner for a Galapagos Discovery adventure. All cabins have exceptional accommodations, private facilities, climate controls, safe-boxes and ample space to hang and store clothing. 8 double cabins, each with a double or twin beds. There is also a large and comfortable main salon, with a library, bar, TV/Video system and stereo. The dining area is located in the stern of the yacht and it is where all three meals are served. The sun deck consists of the whole exterior area of the yacht and is extremely ample. There is a spacious top deck, sea kayaks, snorkelling gear, wetsuits, and Nitrox is available for diving.

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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.

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Sicilian Food and Wine Experience

From $5918.54 Per person including taxes Available dates June 28th 2019

In partnership with Wine Spectator magazine, join this Sicilian Food and Wine experience round-trip cruise from Valletta. On this circumnavigation of Sicily, you will see the temples of the ancient Greeks at Agrigento, Segesta, Taormina and Syracuse. Discover Sicily’s inviting medieval towns, including Erice, Monreale and Palermo. The real focus of this cruise will be culinary – an extensive survey of foods and wines. You will have many chances to sample Sicily’s eclectic cuisine, with Greek, Spanish, French, and Arabic influences, as you enjoy the arancini of Agrigento, discover the famous street food of Palermo, and experience the pasta and sardines and eggplant of the eastern region. Taking advantage of rich volcanic soil, white wines are produced virtually everywhere on Sicily, while the best reds come from the hill towns above Syracuse. Along the voyage you can enjoy a number of lectures and discussions with experts on food and wine, including Mary Taylor Simeti.

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A Musical Odyssey in the Mediterranean

From $6088.81 Per person including taxes Available dates September 20th 2019

Join Le Bougainville as she sails to some of the loveliest destinations in the Mediterranean with a series of private recitals by classical musicians on this voyage from Athens to Rome. From Classical Greece to Imperial Rome, you will have the opportunity to discover sacred Patmos, where John the Evangelist recorded his visions of the apocalypse; the Apollo’s Oracle at Delphi, where men came to learn their fate; Olympia’s Sanctuary of Zeus, home to the Panhellenic Games; the Greek theater in Taormina overlooking Mount Etna; Pompeii, the Roman resort and spa both destroyed and preserved by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 A.D. To witness these iconic sites is in itself an extraordinary experience. To do so in the company of world-class performing artists is an irresistible proposition. The artists—violinist Kristin Lee, cellist Nicholas Canellakis, pianist Michael Brown, and flutist Jasmine Choi—were personally invited by the artistic director of this special voyage, Michael Parloff, who chose these four not just for their superb talent, but also for their affable personalities.

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World Affairs Cruise (from Valletta to Athens)

From $17779.09 Per person including taxes Available dates October 11th 2019

Featuring lectures and discussions with CNN host Fareed Zakaria, former director of the CIA General Michael Hayden, and best-selling author and classicist Daniel Mendelsohn, this voyage offers an extraordinary opportunity to talk with these leading thinkers and actors on the world stage about the current state of Western civilization and its prospects for the future. In lectures and in thoughtful conversation with one another and with you, your guest experts will bring their decades of experience to bear on these and other questions, as together you consider the future of Mediterranean/Western civilization in the 21st century.

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Zanzibar and the treasures of the Indian Ocean

From $8783.86 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 $8675.82 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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Andalucia, Madeira and the Canary Islands

From $4262.75 Per person including taxes Available dates November 1st 2018

Immerse yourself in the Spanish, Arab and Portuguese cultures during this eight day itinerary. From Malaga to Santa Cruz de Tenerife you will visit the Andalusian city of Cadiz, one of the oldest cities in the Western Mediterranean, Madeira, a lush garden-island in the Atlantic, as well as Porto Santo, which is smaller and unspoilt. You will also call at the Canary islands which boasts a year-round tropical climate and sail to Casablanca, the so-called “white city”, where tradition and modernity mingle under a clear blue sky.

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Canary Islands and Cape Verde 10 Day Cruise

From $5331.38 Per person including taxes Available dates November 8th 2018

This brand new itinerary allows you to discover the cultures and traditions of Spain, Cape Verde and Senegal aboard Le Champlain. Explore two exceptional archipelagos with very distinct personalities: the Canary Islands and the Cape Verde Archipelago. Le Champlain will call at Puerto del Rosario, Fuerteventura, where you can admire the old town and its Canarian style houses. On the neighbouring island, Gran Canaria, Las Palmas will reveal its treasures, including its two vast bays and the UNESCO World Heritage Site listed the Vegueta district. The cruise continues to the Cape Verde archipelago with its unique mix of cultures. Visit vibrant Sao Vicente and be seduced by the stunning scenery in Mindelo.

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Great Lakes of North America

From $7257.25 Per person including taxes Available dates October 6th 2019

Set sail aboard Le Champlain for a brand new 11-day cruise discovering the Great Lakes of North America. Depart from Milwaukee, in the US state of Wisconsin, the beginning of your voyage following the footsteps of the first settlers, trappers and Native Americans. Discover the picturesque landscapes and geological curiosities, the history of the Native Americans inhabiting the region before European colonization, charming islands and villages and bustling metropolises. Your voyage ends in Quebec City.

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Great Lakes of North America from Quebec

From $7257.25 Per person including taxes Available dates September 12th 2019

Join Le Champlain for a brand new 11-day cruise discovering the Great Lakes of North America. Depart from Quebec City, whose old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Discover the picturesque landscapes and geological curiosities, the history of the Native Americans inhabiting the region before European colonization, charming islands and villages and bustling metropolises. Your voyage ends in Milwaukee, Chicago.

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Greenland and Newfoundland with National Geographic

From $8236.62 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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Natural and cultural wonders of the Caribbean with National Geographic

From $4185.25 Per person including taxes Available dates November 23rd 2019

Ponant in partnership with National Geographic bring you a brand-new expedition itinerary in the Caribbean Sea, sailing along the Mexican peninsula of Yucatán to Belize and Guatemala. Commence your journey in Puerto Morelos aboard the luxury Le Champlain for an 8-day cruise combining idyllic beaches and fabulous dive sites.

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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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History, Art and Architecture along the North Sea

From $5853.95 Per person including taxes Available dates August 25th 2019

Join Le Dumont D'Urville on an art connoisseur’s dream, visiting some of the best museums in the world in the space of nine days. Commence your journey in Copenhagen with a visit to the marvelous collection of modern art at Louisiana Museum, situated at water’s edge with views of Sweden across the sound. Then transiting the Kiel Canal, spend five days on the eastern shores of the North Sea exploring the great museums of Holland and Belgium. In Amsterdam, you can enjoy special access and a reception at the Stedelijk Museum of modern and contemporary art. Accompanying you on this journey will be Till-Holger Borchert, renowned art historian and Director of the Municipal Museums of Bruges, who will provide context for the paintings, sculptures and architecture we encounter as you enjoy special and exclusive access to these unparalleled collections. This special itinerary also includes a one night stay pre-cruise at at hotel in Copenhagen.

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The Bijagos Archipelago and Cape Verde with National Geographic

From $12229.29 Per person including taxes Available dates October 24th 2019

In partnership with Ponant and National Geographic Expeditions. Board Le Dumont-d’Urville for an exotic voyage sailing between Praia and Dakar. This brand-new 12-day adventure will enable you to discover two exceptional archipelagos including wild nature, cultural heritage and encounters with the local populations.

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Le Laperouse

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Launching 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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Iberian Shores, Jazz at Sea 9 Day Cruise

From $4685.51 Per person including taxes Available dates October 13th 2018

Journey between the Atlantic and Mediterranean seas bathed in jazz music from the exceptional, Christian Morin, showman and clarinet player. Your cruise commences in Lisbon, where you may discover its colourful historical streets. After exploring Cadiz, a brief call in Malaga will allow those who wish to visit the superb site of the Alhambra Palace in Granada. This itinerary includes a brand new port of call, Altea with its beautiful church La Mare de Déu del Consol, easily identifiable by its picturesque blue and white domes, tiled with glazed ceramics. Continue to the Balearic Archipelago, and Bonifacio in Corsica, majestically perched on a narrow rocky headland of white limestone before ending in Rome.

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Splendours of the Western Mediterranean 8 Day Cruise

From $4098.35 Per person including taxes Available dates September 28th 2018

Join Le Laperouse on a wonderful journey from the historic centre of Valletta to Sicily, calling at beautiful Catania whose Late Baroque style monuments spread to the foot of Mount Etna, the ship will then set sail for Taormina, surrounded by magnificent coastal scenery and the ever present Mount Etna. Cross the Ionian Sea towards Katakolon, where you may visit the ancient site of Olympia, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and to Itea where the ancient site of Delphi awaits. Sail along the astonishing Corinth Canal and call at Hydra, a small island of old-worldly charm before ending your cruise in Athens.

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Australia's Iconic Kimberley 11 Day Cruise

From $9641.10 Per person including taxes Available dates From 23 May 2019 To 11 Aug 2019

Join this wonderful eleven day cruise along the remote Kimberely coast in Western Australia. Discover the wild and grandiose landscapes of one of the last unspoiled regions on the planet. Along the Hunter river you will see wild mangroves home to many bird species and salt water crocodiles and ancient cave rock paintings. Cruise the King George River and witness the majestic Twin Falls, the highest in Australia and admire the beautiful Montgomery Reef home to vast expanses of lagoons and coral reefs and witness the unique tidal phenomena such as the Horizontal Falls.

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Discover the ancient wonders of Papua and Spice

From $7257.25 Per person including taxes Available dates May 12th 2019

Join Le Laperouse on this twelve day voyage to the Spice Islands, in the heart of Indonesia. From Cairns to Darwin, you will set sail for a 12-day expedition cruise in a tropical environment of great beauty. Visit small villages of thatched houses in the Asmat region, one of the most isolated and mysterious regions in the world. Then sail into the heart of Triton Bay which shelters a multitude of species of fish. The highpoint of your cruise will be sailing in the Maluku Islands, dubbed the “Spice Islands” and to the Kei Islands and their beautiful islands.

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Australia's Iconic Kimberley 11 Day Cruise from Broome

From $9641.10 Per person including taxes Available dates August 21st 2019

Join this wonderful eleven day cruise along the remote Kimberely coast in Western Australia departing from Broome. Discover the wild and grandiose landscapes of one of the last unspoiled regions on the planet. Along the Hunter river you will see wild mangroves home to many bird species and salt water crocodiles and ancient cave rock paintings. Cruise the King George River and witness the majestic Twin Falls, the highest in Australia and admire the beautiful Montgomery Reef home to vast expanses of lagoons and coral reefs and witness the unique tidal phenomena such as the Horizontal Falls.

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In the Wake of General MacArthur - The Legacy of World War II

From $10366.83 Per person including taxes Available dates September 27th 2019

Discover the rich historical and cultural diversity of the western Pacific. 5,000 years of Chinese history collected in the National Palace Museum in Taipei; the unique crafts and music of the people of Ishigaki; the legacy of the Ryuku kingdom represented in the UNESCO World Heritage Shuri Castle on Okinawa; the samurai houses of Chiran; the Fujisan Sengen shrine in the foothills of Mt. Fuji; the Kumano Shinto shrines near Shingu – these are just some of the fascinating places you may visit along your way from Hong Kong to Osaka. Move into the 20th century as the ship sails – metaphorically – in the wake of General Douglas MacArthur on his way to accept Japanese surrender in 1945. Your two guest lecturers, James Bradley and Philip Hurst will guide you in an exploration of the origins and conduct of World War II, a defining event of the 20th century – realigning the balance of power both in Europe and in Asia, and establishing the United States as a global superpower. This English speaking only cruise also includes a one night hotel stay in Hong Kong pre-cruise plus a number of fascinating excursions.

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Ancient Cultures of Northern Australia and Papua with National Geographic

From $7497.99 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 $16314.72 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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Letty Eric Flamingo

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Letty, Eric and Flamingo are sister yachts, having been custom-designed for Galapagos cruising. Built in the early 1990s and refurbished annually since, these superior first-class yachts, which are all identical, can accommodate just 20 guests and feature 3 decks of spacious staterooms with polished teak interiors trimmed with shiny brass fittings. This is the perfect choice for your Galapagos cruise. **Please note that a specific yacht cannot be confirmed in advance and you will be assigned one of the identical sister yachts upon departure**.

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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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Liseron

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

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Lofoten

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MS Lofoten is in operation on the Coastal Voyage during the winter months and voyages around the Svalbard Archipelago throughout the summer. Built in 1964 and reftted and refurbished in 2004, she has the distinction of being named a listed vessel by the Norwegian Director General of Historic Monuments.

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Lopar

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

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Madona

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

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Maestral

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

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Magellan Explorer

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The Magellan Explorer is a new and modern expedition vessel custom built for Antarctic air-cruises. She was constructed in Chile to the latest Polar Code specifications to start service in 2019. The Magellan Explorer has the capacity for 69 passengers in seven categories of accommodation, including dedicated single cabins. The ship also features a glass-enclosed observation lounge and presentation room with state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment, a spacious and stylish dining room, a well-stocked bar, library, gym and sauna.

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Inaugural Air-Cruise (11 Days)

From $5995.00 Per person including taxes Available dates November 28th 2019

Join the inaugural eleven day voyage of the newly built Magellan Explorer! Be part of the celebration while visiting Tierra del Fuego, Cape Horn, and Antarctica.

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Classic Antarctica Air-Cruise (8 days)

From $13995.00 Per person including taxes Available dates From 06 Dec 2019 To 25 Feb 2020

Embark on a voyage to one of the most remote places on earth, as you explore the most inhospitable continent – Antarctica. The classic Antarctica air-cruise is a popular option, combining a night in a hotel at Punta Arenas, from where you will fly to the South Shetland Islands and board the sleek Ocean Nova for a six night cruise of a lifetime.

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EARLY BOOKING OFFER - Express Antarctica Air-Cruise (6 days)

From $5995.00 Per person including taxes Available dates January 16th 2020

**Early Booking Offer**Take advantage of this fantastic offer - USD1000 discount per person (subject to availability) Please call for more information and prices. The express Antarctica six day itinerary is the ideal choice for those seeking a condensed expedition. The Magellan Explorer sails her way through the Beagle Channel, exploring Cape Horn and crossing the mythical and mysterious waters of Drake Passage, before reaching King George Island, from where you will fly to Punta Arenas. Take this “once in a lifetime” voyage to the most inhospitable continent on earth.

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Manatee Amazon Explorer (NEW)

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The new Manatee Amazon Explorer river motor yacht launched in July 2017 and has been specially built for cruises into the Ecuadorian Amazon Rainforest on the Napo River. The exclusively – designed vessel is set to explore this truly unique environment that offers Amazonian cultural immersion, as well as close encounters with wildlife and different ecosystems. Once on board, guests enjoy first class facilities including: an observation deck with a cozy amazon view hot tub, a comfortable bar and lounge, a Rainforest Spa featuring a scenic view, an Al fresco Shaded Lounge, a Explorer´s Boutique and exceptional culinary offerings. All cabins are contemporary in style and fully equipped with air conditioning, hot baths, ceiling-to-floor windows, private bathrooms with whirlpool bath tub and private balconies in order to ensure a pleasant journey on the Napo River. From all the areas you will always have a great view from which the passing scenery can be appreciated while soaking in the local colors of lush greenery. Days are usually spent exploring the small tributaries and lagoons of the Napo River in a warm tropical climate that allow guests to observe the flora and fauna in their natural habitat. You also have the option to enjoy one nights camping under the stars in the Amazonian rainforest on an optional camping excursion. (Applicable to 5 & 8 day itineraries)

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4 Day Amazon River Cruise

From $1573.00 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+$70.00) Available dates From 29 Sep 2018 To 29 Dec 2018

Join an incredible voyage to the Ecuadorian Amazon Rainforest on board the Manatee Amazon Explorer. Discover the Pañacocha Biological Reserve (Pirana Lake) and the Yasuni National Park (the largest national park in Ecuador). The Amazon ecosystem is unlike any other in the world. Local guides grew up with a deep understanding of the plants, birds, and animals found here and will help you observe pink river dolphins, birds, monkeys, manatees, giant otters, black caimans, toucans, turtles and other endemic species found in this biodiverse area of the world. You can also join canoe expeditions, walks in the rainforest and meet wonderful indigenous peoples.

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5 Day Amazon River Cruise

From $1965.00 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+$70.00) Available dates From 02 Oct 2018 To 25 Dec 2018

The pristine Amazon Rainforest awaits your discovery with all its lavish exotic flora and fauna on this five day voyage. Discover the Yasuni National Park (the largest national park in Ecuador). Local guides grew up with a deep understanding of the plants, birds, and animals found here and will help you observe pink river dolphins, birds, monkeys, manatees, giant otters, black caimans, toucans, turtles and other endemic species found in this biodiverse area of the world. You can also join canoe expeditions along the Blackwater Lake, meet local Quenchua families, enjoy walks in the rainforest and night time canoe ventures to observe the black caimans.

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8 Day Amazon River Cruise

From $3145.00 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+$80.00) Available dates From 29 Sep 2018 To 29 Dec 2018

Immerse yourself in the Ecuadorian Amazon Rainforest, on this eight voyage of discovery aboard the Manatee Amazon Explorer. Your local guides grew up with a deep understanding of the plants, birds, and animals found here. They have an uncanny ability to spot wildlife virtually invisible to the untrained eyes of the visitors and add greatly to the enjoyment of seeing the pink river dolphins, birds, monkeys, manatees, giant otters, black caimans, toucans, turtles and other endemic species found in this biodiverse area of the world. You will visit the Yasuní National Park and the Pañayacu River Delta, meet the Quechua river dwellers, kayak along the Indillama River, join night walks through the jungle and much more on this eight day itinerary.

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Maple Leaf

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Maple Leaf is a classic, 92-foot schooner. She has a rich history of operation on the coast and draws an admiring crowd when we are alongside. Maple Leaf is extremely safe and comfortable. She has an enviable reputation as both a beautiful and sea-worthy vessel. Her accommodations are very comfortable. The spacious main cabin is open and airy by day, and the sleeping areas offer large comfortable beds (bunks) with fluffy duvets, pillows and throws and brass reading lamps. They are surrounded with walls on two-and-a-half sides and thick, heavy curtains on the other one-and-a-half sides. There are three bathrooms (heads) with showers. A dining lounge also holds the ship's library and is a pleasant place to sit and read, chat, or enjoy a cup of tea. The above-deck wheelhouse offers another seating area and the ship's natural history library. Maple Leaf has lots of deck space, on which people may choose to sit and watch the coast's scenery, chat with others, steer the ship, or have quiet time alone.

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Mary Day

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The first Maine windjammer built especially for passengers, the Schooner Mary Day was designed with comfort in mind. The main saloon is large and welcoming and offers several cozy sitting areas. Just forward is the galley, where you're always welcome to take a peek at what's cooking. Each of the cheerful cabins has ample headroom, easy access from the deck, and an opening skylight and window providing plenty of fresh air and sunshine. On deck, an uncluttered layout invites you to stretch out with a good book and good company. With just 28 passengers on board, her 90-foot deck length and 23-foot beam means there's plenty of space for everyone. Underway, you will find the Mary Day sure and stable. Steadied by the wind in her sails, she doesn't roll like a motor vessel so there is very little likelihood of seasickness. Happily, the Mary Day was also designed with speed in mind. Recognized as an outstanding performer, she is a regular competitor in the annual Great Schooner Race. Her sleek hull allows her to clip along at ten knots or better. What's more, her centerboard, easily hauled up in shallower waters, allows us to sneak into marvelous little anchorages that are off-limits to deep-draft keel boats.

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Mercantile

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The well-loved Mercantile is a joy to behold and is often referred to as the "Prettiest coaster on the Bay." This vessel was built and operated for almost her entire career in this area. A familiar sight in many local ports for over 80 years, she is dear to the hearts of many of the island old-timers. Built in 1916 and restored in 1989, she is 115 feet overall (80 feet on deck) and has accommodations for 29 passengers. A shoal-draft vessel, she was designed to take on and discharge cargo in out of the way places inaccessible to deeper draft vessels. Today, this feature allows us to explore secluded ports including some that the Mercantile originally served as a cargo vessel. This lovely schooner began sailing out of Camden in 1942 as part of Frank Swift's Maine Windjammer Cruises® fleet. During a total restoration in 1989, the Mercantile was refit with a new galley and accommodations while maintaining her authentic character.

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Midnatsol

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Midnatsol took her maiden voyage along the Norwegian coast in April 2003 and has become a favourite. The ship has similar capacity and facilities to her sister ship Trollfjord, with large panorama lounges, cafés and bars - an ideal blend of traditional and 21st Century design. Her light public rooms are perfect for viewing the scenic coast. The sun deck is equipped with two Jacuzzis and there is also a ftness room on board.

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Mihovil

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

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Minerva

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

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Mist Cove

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

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Mistral

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Built by Vanderhoeven Yachts of Holland, the Mistral is a 74 ft. Motor Yacht capable of a cruising speed of 10 knots. The Mistral is fully equipped for diving and ideal for the more adventurous naturalist or diver, who prefers the atmosphere of a small boat. An onboard naturalist takes the passengers on all shore excursions and shares extensive insights into the Islands diverse wildlife. Small boats, locally called pangas, ferry passengers to shore for Island visits. Accommodations include 8 cabins for a total of 16 passengers, all with air conditioning, a roomy closet, drawers, and private facilities. All cabins are beautifully furnished and include polished wood surfaces. The salon is spacious, with large windows for enjoying the Galapagos scenery, and is equipped with TV, VCR and stereo. Passengers can gather for their briefings on the next day's activities or just spend time reminiscing on the days discoveries. The lounge chairs on the deck are a perfect spot for enjoying the ocean breezes. The deck is covered for protection from the sun, but allows views of the Islands around you.

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Mistress

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The Mistress is our specialty boat because she is a blend of a traditional schooner and private yacht. She was built on Deer Isle, Maine, on the same lines as the old coastal schooners, but with modern accommodations below decks. She is rigged in the traditional manner: block and tackle, deadeyes and lanyard, but unlike the bigger coasters, she has inboard power. Built in 1960 and restored in 1992, she is 60 feet overall, 46 feet on deck and accommodates 6 passengers. The Mistress has filled a niche in the industry for people who want to go windjamming but require more privacy than the larger boats offer. With just six passengers, it's almost like having your own yacht. Delicious meals are served in the tradition of the Grace Bailey and the Mercantile. The personable, professional captain and mate-cook welcome you to help sail and navigate, or just relax. Each of her three private, double cabins, has its own head, sink, and private companionway from the deck.

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Mlini

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

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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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National Geographic Endeavour

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Formerly known as the Caledonian Star, the National Geographic Endeavor is a superb sea-keeping expedition ship that blends comfort with exploration. On board, well-appointed cabins and cozy public spaces are fitted with all modern conveniences, catering for a maximum of 110 passengers. The vessel is very much a traditional ship, designed with a deep hull that is ideally shaped for the rigors of the southern seas. The National Geographic Explorer currently offers a range of expedition cruises in the Galapagos, where her five onboard Naturalists will introduce you to the ornithology, geology and undersea life of this pristine environment.

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National Geographic Explorer

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A former Norwegian ferry, the National Geographic Explorer was converted into a state-of-the-art ice-class expedition ship and launched in 2008. She is a powerful, fast and stylish cruiser designed for 21st-century exploration. The ship offers up to 148 guests an environment of adventure, comfort and informality in her expansive public areas and 81 outside cabins.

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National Geographic Islander

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The recently launched National Geographic Islander is a versatile 164 foot twin-hulled vessel accommodating up to 48 guests in 24 spacious cabins. She is a sturdy expedition ship, designed for year-round discovery and active exploration of the Galapagos and can reach places inaccessible to larger ships due to its small size.

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National Geographic Sea Bird

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The National Geographic Sea Bird offers guests the true adventure of expedition travel. Carrying a maximum of only 62 passengers, the vessel is relatively small thereby allowing her to navigate remote reaches inaccessible to larger cruise ships. The National Geographic Sea Bird comprises 31 comfortable outside cabins and an array of public areas including a lounge with full-service bar and facilities for films presentations, and an observation and sun deck.

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National Geographic Sea Lion

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The National Geographic Sea Lion is an ideal expedition ship as her small size allows her to navigate sheltered regions inaccessible to larger cruisers. The vessel accommodates up to 62 guests in 31 well-equipped outside cabins – an onboard experience comparable to that of a larger private yacht. Public areas feature amenities for the knowledge-hungry explorer, including an observation deck, library, and lounge with facilities for films, slide shows and presentations.

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Nautilus Explorer

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The Nautilus Explorer offers some of the most luxurious liveaboard scuba diving expeditions on the sea. Most staterooms feature side by side berths, "under bed" storage for suitcases, air-conditioning and private washroom and shower. Two executive suites are located immediately forward of the hot tub deck. The main salon is one of the most popular places to relax on the Nautilus. A 42" plasma TV is mounted above the ship's library and adjacent to our well stocked bar. A large projection screen is fitted on the opposite wall and a PC fitted with cardreaders, CD burner and Adobe Photoshop Elements is secured onto a corner table. The hot tub and sundeck is the center of outdoor relaxation onboard the Nautilus. An ample supply of sun chairs line the perimeter of this deck and more lounge chairs are located one deck up. Large picture windows make the scenery an integral part of your dining experience while attentive members of staff are on duty during mealtimes to make sure that you are completely looked after.

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Nekton Pilot

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The Nekton Pilot is a revolutionary Small Waterplane Area Twin Hull Liveaboard that offers guests the ultimate smooth ride and luxury accommodation. The Nekton Pilot offers the popular Bahamas itineraries departing from Fort Lauderdale during the late spring, summer, and early autumn months. It also offers popular Belize Central America itineraries during the late autumn, winter, and early spring months. The Nekton Pilot was designed from the ground up specifically as a SCUBA diving Liveaboard for Nekton by SWACAT Technologies. The Nekton Pilot's design includes two struts on each side connecting the superstructure to the submerged pontoons that provide bouyancy. This design provides the ultimate in stability by minimizing the waterplane area.

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Nekton Rorqual

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The Nekton Rorqual is a revolutionary Small Waterplane Area Twin Hull Liveaboard that offers Nekton's guests an exceptionally smooth ride and luxury accommodations. The Nekton Rorqual offers the popular Bahamas itineraries departing from Fort Lauderdale during the late spring, summer, and early fall months. During the late fall, winter and early spring it offers our Mona Island and Southern Bahamas itineraries, and this year will also feature our Whales of the Silver Bank itinerary. The Nekton Rorqual was designed from the ground up specifically as a SCUBA diving Liveaboard for Nekton by SWACAT Technologies. The Nekton Rorqual's design includes one continuous strut on each side connecting the superstructure to the submerged pontoons that provide buoyancy. This provides slightly higher speed and range than its sister boat, the Nekton Pilot.

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Nemo II

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Discover the enchanting Galapagos Islands on this 72 ft multihull yacht. The Nemo II is a catamaran specially designed to carry up to 14 passengers in 7 double cabins, each with ensuite private facilities. She is equipped for naturalist or diving cruises, making her ideal for families and small groups – for cruising and charters. Navigating the Galapagos on board the Nemo II is the best way to explore this unique region both on land and underwater.

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Nimrod Explorer

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The Nimrod Explorer features one of the largest dive decks in Australia, and provides the only true week-long itineraries during its annual Far Northern expeditions. All interior areas of the Nimrod Explorer are air-conditioned and the wide, carpeted bow area serves as a comfortable quiet area.

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Noorderlicht

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First built in 1910 as a three-masted schooner, the elegant, German-made Noorderlicht now has a well-balanced two-masted schooner rig and is capable of sailing the seven seas. The Noorderlicht provides accommodation for 20 guests in cosy twin cabins, with shared shower and toilet facilities. She offers an intimate and comfortable atmosphere during her cruises, mainly along the spectacular Spitsbergen. The highly experienced captain and crew will ensure that you have a wonderful and unforgettable journey on board this light and graceful vessel.

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Nordkapp

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Nordkapp is named after the famous North Cape, which is a cape on the island of Magerøya in northern Norway, in the municipality of Nordkapp. The varied and exciting themes from coastal culture illustrated in works of art throughout the ship make it a floating art gallery. These complement the changing scenes, which may be seen from the panorama lounges and elegant restaurant. There are two outside Jacuzzis on board.

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Nordlys

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The Norwegian cruise ship, Nordlys, was launched in 1994. Translated into English, her name means ‘Northern Lights,’ so it is apt that her internal decor is based on this theme. Norwegian artists have used wood and elegant brass fittings to create a refined, yet relaxed atmosphere. The Nordlys accommodates up to 475 passengers in a range of accommodation from basic inside cabins to luxury suites and her facilities include an impressive lounge and restaurant, sauna, fitness room, library, internet station, cafe and an inviting sun deck.

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Nordnorge

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The Norwegian coastal cruiser, Nordnorge, was launched in 1997 and carries over 450 passengers on exhilarating journeys up the Norwegian coast and into the Arctic waters. Local artists worked on the internal décor to create an atmosphere which is light and airy with art deco and art nouveau influences. The Nordnorge offers a range of accommodation for all budgets, ranging from cosy inside cabins to luxury suites and the extensive public amenities include 2 outdoor jacuzzis, a library, internet cafe, sauna and fitness room.

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Nordstjernen

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Built in 1956, the Nordstjernen is a traditional working ship that was modernized during the 1980s to facilitate voyages around the Spitsbergen Archipelago. The vessel has since been refurbished, all the while maintaining her rich vintage character that makes her a firm favorite among cruise enthusiasts. The ship is in excellent shape and preserves a high degree of charm, a sense of intimacy, and that good traditional coastal atmosphere.

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North Sulawesi Aggressor

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

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Novi Dan

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

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Ocean Nova

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The Ocean Nova was built in Denmark in 1992 and has been designed to sail challenging, icy waters effortlessly, boasting an ice-strengthened hull. She is a modern and comfortable ship and can accommodate just 68 passengers in well appointed, outside facing cabins, each with private facilities. The observation lounge is the perfect place from which to marvel at the breathtaking scenery on your expedition cruise. Other amenities include a spacious dining room, presentation room, bar and library. She comes complete with a fleet of Zodiac boats, which will transport you to the shore for wildlife watching and trekking excursions.

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Classic Antarctica Air-Cruise (8 days)

From $12995.00 Per person including taxes Available dates From 02 Dec 2019 To 11 Feb 2020

Embark on a voyage to one of the most remote places on earth, as you explore the most inhospitable continent – Antarctica. The classic Antarctica air-cruise is a popular option, combining a night in a hotel at Punta Arenas, from where you will fly to the South Shetland Islands and board the sleek Ocean Nova for a six night cruise of a lifetime.

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EARLY BOOKING OFFER - Express Antarctica Air-Cruise (6 days)

From $4695.00 Per person including taxes Available dates From 29 Nov 2019 To 14 Jan 2020

**Early Booking Offer**Take advantage of this fantastic offer - USD1000 discount per person (subject to availability) Please call for more information and prices. The express Antarctica six day itinerary is the ideal choice for those seeking a condensed expedition. The Ocean Nova sails her way through the Beagle Channel, exploring Cape Horn and crossing the mythical and mysterious waters of Drake Passage, before reaching King George Island, from where you will fly to Punta Arenas. Take this “once in a lifetime” voyage to the most inhospitable continent on earth.

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Polar Circle Air Cruise (10 days)

From $17995.00 Per person including taxes Available dates From 01 Jan 2020 To 16 Feb 2020

Embark on a trip of a lifetime and discover all that the Antartica has to offer with its dramatic and ever changing scenery. The Ocean Nova will glide you through some of the most spectacular and breathtaking landscapes of one of the remotest places in the world. Take in Cape Horn and sail through the mythical waters of the Drake passage whilst spotting an array of fascinating wildlife in there natural habitat.

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Ocean Spray

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The Ocean Spray is a beautiful and unique way to explore the wonderful Galapagos Islands. She is elegant in design, offering private balconies in all cabins along with a range of social areas which include an onboard Jacuzzi. 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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Oceanic Explorer

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Oceanic Explorer is a full service dive cruiser with comfortable cabins, spacious and fully air conditioned. On board are the caring and highly experienced crew members. They strive to make your stay an extraordinary experience and will take you to some great dive sites in the Philippines.

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Okeanos Aggressor

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

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Ortelius

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The ice-strengthened 'Ortelius' vessel has been cleverly refurbished to provide Polar expedition cruises in the Artic and Antarctica. Travellers have the opportunity to explore remote locations including Franz Josef Land and the Ross Sea, and observe an abundance of wildlife. The vessel can accommodate up to 100 passengers offering comfortable cabins, two restaurants, a bar/lecture room and sauna. Voyages on the Ortelius provide quality exploratory wildlife programs, spending as much time as possible ashore.

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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 Monarch

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

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Palau Aggressor II

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

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Penelopa

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The Penelopa is bigger than many boats that sail in Croatia and provides the convenience of an ensuite bathroom. The cabins are mainly located above deck, which are sometimes over two levels and are popular for passengers who want to relax in them during the day.

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Plancius

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First built in 1976 as an oceanographic research vessel for the Royal Dutch Navy and named "Hr. Ms. Tydeman", the Plancius has now been fully reconstructed as a 110-passenger vessel suitable for Polar expeditions. The vessel offers a restaurant/lecture room and a spacious observation lounge (with bar) with large windows, offering a full panorama view. All cabins are generously proportioned and are outside facing, mostly equipped with two bunk beds and a comfortable private bathroom.

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Polaris

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Mellow woods, polished brass and gracious informality distinguish the Polaris. Feel right at home in the spacious lounge and cozy library, or enjoy the magnificent views from the handsome teak deck. On board this vessel there is ample space for camaraderie or a quiet reverie. After a day’s exploring the well-appointed outside cabins provide a comfortable retreat and a good night’s rest.

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Polarlys

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The Polarlys is a stylish ship, furnished with mahogany panelling, polished brass and a well considered selection of Norwegian contemporary art. You will find sculptures and carvings in marble, exciting paintings and glass art, and an unparalleled view from almost every quarter of the ship. On board facilities include bars, cafes and a restaurant.

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Professor Molchanov

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The 'Professor Molchanov' is a modern and comfortable oceanographic research vessel. Built in 1983 in Finland, the ship was designed as ice-strengthened cruiser and has been converted for passenger use and is ideally suited for polar expedition cruising. The ship has a large inviting bridge and good open deck-viewing areas. Public areas include a lounge and bar, small library and dining room which serves as a lecture room.

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Professor Multanovskiy

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The Professor Multanovskiy was built in Finland for polar and oceanographic research. The ship has been continuously refurbished since her conversion for passenger use and is ideally suited for expedition cruising. She carries a maximum of 53 guests in comfortable cabins. Public areas on the vessel include a lounge and bar, small library, sauna and dining room. The atmosphere aboard is relaxed, more akin to that of a private expedition than a conventional cruise ship.

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Quest

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The Quest is a gem of an expedition ship. Her small size allows her to venture where larger ships cannot, yet because of her substantial build and design she is as at home in the barren wilderness of Greenland as she is in a tranquil Scottish loch. Built in Denmark in 1992 and completely refurbished in 2008, the Quest carries a maximum of fifty passengers in attractive and comfortable cabins with outside views. All cabins are well designed with typical Scandinavian light woods and pleasing colours and equipped with individually controlled heating and air-conditioning, private shower and toilet.

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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 Iceland Aurora Borealis and Whales 4 Day Cruise

From $1390.01 Per person including taxes Available dates October 16th, 19th or 22nd 2018

Join the Rembrandt van Rijn on a four day cruise as she sails to the island of Grimsey where you may take a guided walk across the Arctic Circle. At night you might see the Aurora borealis (Northern Lights) and while sailing across Skjafandi Bay you may observe Humpback whales, Minke whales, White-beaked dolphins and Harbour porpoise.

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Richard With

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The ship displays an interior design and artworks which reflect a traditional atmosphere and an intimate acquaintance with the coast it serves. The comfortable facilities include two outdoor Jacuzzis - perfect for relaxing in whilst enjoying the varied views.

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RMS St Helena

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

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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 $3995.00 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+$300.00) Available dates From 10 Nov 2018 To 31 Mar 2019

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 $3995.00 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+$300.00) Available dates From 03 Nov 2018 To 24 Mar 2019

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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Santa Cruz

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

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Schooner American Eagle

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A sturdy, deep draft vessel, The Schooner American Eagle is made for the open water. A National Historic Landmark, she was launched as a fishing schooner in 1930 and completely rebuilt in 1986, leaving her looking and feeling like new. Enjoy a leisurely cruise along the coast of Maine as the paneled main cabin and traditional Down East cooking, prepared on a wood burning stove, take you back to another time. The vessel accomadates no more than 26 guests in 13 cabins. She has a traditional layout with the galley forward and the main cabin aft allowing for two places to gather below the deck. While on board relax in the library that offers frequent poetry and story readings at night and while at anchor enjoy use of authentic small boats.

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Schooner Ellida

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Made completely of wood, the Schooner Ellida was built in 1922; it is an Alden-design schooner with a classic windjammer experience. It sails the coast of Maine, stopping at deserted islands and small coastal villages each evening to sightsee and explore. Passengers learn how to sail and navigate and can participate in the sailing of the vessel if they like. The vessel sails with a Chesapeake Bay retriever, the ship's mascot.

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Schooner Heritage

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Built in Maine, the Schooner Heritage is a big, powerful, wonderful, stable vessel, 95 ft long and 24 ft wide, with plenty of deck space for everyone. The Heritage continues the long historical tradition of Maine coasting schooners. She is not a replica, but rather the next generation of coasting schooner designed specifically with your comfort and safety in mind. There is plenty of room to accommodate 30 passengers and the crew necessary for a comfortable voyage.

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Sea Adventurer

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

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Sea Ray

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This impressive yacht was constructed using the finest wood from one of the best Egyptian ship yards. The vessel accommodates up to 16 guests in 8 double cabins. The spacious and comfortable living area provides a great space for relaxation. Other amenities include a bar and dining area.

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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 Spirit

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The Sea Spirit was constructed in 1991 and refurbished in 2010 and is perfectly suited to expedition cruising. The ship is equipped with 6 zodiacs which transfer passengers to the shore and back, allowing close up access to the unique landscapes of the Arctic. The Sea Spirit carries just 120 passengers, along with 6 expedition staff and an international crew of 85, ensuring that service is of an excellent standard. Voyages on this ship are primarily defined by an exploratory educational programme and guests will enjoy spending as much time ashore as possible.

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Sea Voyager

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Blue Water Journeys specializes in small ship, expedition cruises to Central and South America. Join us aboard the 62 passenger vessel Sea Voyager and explore not only some of the world’s most unspoiled places, but also discover some of the best kept secrets for whale watching, scuba diving, ecotourism, photography and simply enjoying some of the most beautiful places on earth. We offer a comfortable, sophisticated but casual travel experience. Life aboard the Sea Voyager is all about seeing and exploring new places while also enjoying upscale touches such as meals prepared by gourmet chefs featuring local produce and cabins with private baths and individually controlled air-conditioning.

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Sea Voyager

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The versatile Sea Voyager can reach places inaccessible to larger ships due to its small size, yet it comfortably accommodates 60 guests. The captains have decades of sailing experience in the regions we explore. They know when and where to navigate so that you feel the places you visit are all theirs.

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Sepik Spirit

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The Sepik Spirit constructed in 1989 and refurbished in 2006, is built to the specifications to suit the demands of a shallow draft expeditionary vessel for navigating inland waterways. Her shallow draft allows passage into remote corners of the Sepik Region and areas inaccessible to larger vessels. Because the Sepik Spirit is custom designed for the rigors of operating in this unique environment, she is the ideal size for exploration. This, combined with small passenger numbers allows the traveler an intimate experience to little visited areas.

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Shayamanzi I

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The Shayamanzi I and her sister ship, Shayamanzi II, are currently the only houseboats of their kind in South Africa and offer tailor-made cruises on Lake Jozini with unique opportunities for fishing, game-viewing and bird-spotting. The Shayamanzi I has 6 double or twin cabins and a world-class crew who will ensure that you have delicious fresh meals, a safe cruise and plenty of chances to enjoy the varied wildlife on the lake and its shores. On the lower deck you will find a deluxe Jacuzzi and inviting wet bar while the upper deck features a spacious lounge, dining area and sun deck. There is also a double pontoon tender which is used for fishing and game viewing expeditions and for exploring the secret coves of Lake Jozini.

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Shayamanzi II

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The Shayamanzi II and her sister ship, Shayamanzi I, are the first houseboats of their kind in South Africa and offer unique charters and small group cruises on the wildlife-rich waters of Lake Jozini. The Shayamanzi II is the larger of the two boats, accommodating up to 20 passengers in 10 luxury air-conditioned cabins. Onboard facilities include 3 exploration tenders, a spacious lounge and dining area and a rear sun deck with jacuzzi. The experienced crew will guide you to a different anchorage each night and will introduce you to the huge variety of wildlife on the shores of the lake.

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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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Skarda

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

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Skorpios II

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Built in 1988, and refurbished in 2008, the Skorpios II accommodates up to 106 guests in comfortably furnished cabins across five decks. The ship operates one signature itinerary in the Northern Ice Field of Patagonia, Chile, and boasts all the facilities and equipment to provide an unforgettable journey to some of the most remote and spectacular sites on Earth. An experienced crew, good service and tastefully decorated public areas and cabins, including modern en suite shower facilities throughout, make the on board experience as memorable as the magnificent surroundings.

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EARLY BOOKING OFFER - 6 Day Northern Patagonian Ice Field Cruise (Chonos Route)

From $2000.00 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+$35.00) Available dates From 06 Oct 2018 To 27 Apr 2019

**Early Booking Offer**Book a cruise and pay in full by 31st July 2018 and receive a USD200 per person discount. Please call for more information. Allow the Skorpios II to journey you through all the wonders on offer as you meander through channels and fjords of the Northern Patagonian Ice Field. Here you will explore some of the most impressive and beautiful landscapes on Earth, including the famous San Rafael Glacier.

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Skorpios III

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Constructed in 1995, and refurbished in 2007, the Skorpios III is a 90 passenger expedition vessel, operating in the southern ice field of Chile's Patagonia region. The ship features the most advanced telecommunication technology and satellite navigation, ensuring a safe journey as you visit the most renowned glaciers of the area and cruise through narrow channels and towering fjords. On board, the well-appointed cabins (which are slightly larger than those on sister ship, Skorpios II), modern en suite bathrooms throughout, and spacious public areas provide a warm and relaxing ambiance, while an experienced crew attends to your every need.

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EARLY BOOKING OFFER - 4 Day Southern Patagonian Ice Field Cruise (Kaweskar Route)

From $1690.01 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+$35.00) Available dates From 16 Oct 2018 To 26 Apr 2019

**Early Booking Offer**Book a cruise and pay in full by 31st July 2018 and receive a USD100 per person discount. Please call for more information. Allow the Skorpios III to Navigate you through the magical Southern Ice Field of Chile for an up-close and personal experience of this magnificent region. Admire imposing glaciers, towering fjords and breathtaking wildlife during this wonderful four day cruise.

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Snow Goose

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

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Spirit of '98

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

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Spirit of Alaska

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

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Spirit of Columbia

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

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Spirit of Discovery

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

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Spirit of Endeavor

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

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Spirit of Enderby

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The Spirit of Enderby is an ideal expedition vessel - ice-strengthened and uniquely equipped with a fleet of zodiacs and two specially designed Hovercraft that enable landings in places inaccessible to other ships. Comfort and safety is combined with a sense of adventure on this 48-passenger vessel, crewed by an enthusiastic and experienced Russian Captain and crew. The Expeditions are accompanied by some of the most experienced naturalists and guides, who have devoted a lifetime to field research in the areas that the Spirit of Enderby visits.

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Spirit of Glacier Bay

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

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Spirit of Oceanus

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

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Spirit of Solomons

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

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Spirit of Yorktown

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

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Spoil Sport

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Spoilsport is certainly one the most comfortable luxury dive vessels in Australia. She cruises to the Ribbon Reefs and the Osprey Reef and includes the best dive sites in Australia. The Spoilsport has an excellent reputation among Australian dive cruises and she has earned it. Food, accommodation and dive deck organization satisfies even the most demanding divers. Spoilsport takes a maximum of 29 divers on board.

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Stella Australis

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The new 5 deck Stella Australis is an impressive expedition cruiser, offering enthralling cruise itineraries around Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego. On board facilities include 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. The Zodiacs will whisk you to shore to explore this remote and intriguing continent at close range, whilst the on board lectures will compliment your cruise experience. The 100 well appointed cabins provide a relaxing retreat, with large picture windows and en suite shower facilities ensuring a comfortable home from home.

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Fjords of Tierra del Fuego (5 Days)

From $1440.00 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+$60.00) Available dates From 16 Oct 2018 To 31 Mar 2020

Journey to the end of the earth on the brand new Stella 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 20 Oct 2018 To 04 Apr 2020

Explore Patagonia in style on board the new expedition ship, Stella 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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Stella Maris Explorer

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The Stella Maris Explorer is a spacious 36 meter twin screw, full service dive cruiser with ten comfortable cabins for up to 22 guests.

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Tarin

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

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Tiger Blue

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Dive and explore the magnificent seas of Eastern Indonesia aboard Tiger Blue, a timber Phinisi built in the tradition of the great Bugis boats of South Sulawesi. Komodo, Sumba, Flores, Banda - follow in the footsteps of Wallace on your voyage to discover the remote Spice Islands, the dramatic landscapes, coastlines and natural history of this archipelago. These are the richest seas in the world and they offer unrivaled diving and adventure. www.tigerblue.info

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Tropic Sun

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

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Turks and Caicos Aggressor II

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

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Turks and Caicos Explorer II

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The Turks & Caicos Explorer II recently emerged from a refit in February 2007. The vessel was designed from the ground up and built as a corporate charter and liveaboard dive vessel in 1995. The newly-refurbished luxury vessel carries up to 20 passengers and eight crew members.

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Ushuaia

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The Ushuaia ship, originally built for the United States agency NOAA (National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration), has been completely refurbished in order to provide complete comfort throughout your journey. The ship can accommodate up to 84 passengers in comfortable twin cabins and suites. The ample deck space and observation lounge and bar guarantee spectacular views across breathtaking landscapes. Other amenities include a spacious dining room, conference room and a well stocked library. The ship also comes complete with a full complement of inflatable landing craft enabling landings and wildlife viewing opportunities on remote areas of coastline.

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Utila Aggressor

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

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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 26 Sep 2018 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 30 Sep 2018 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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Vesteralen

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Vesterålen was the name of the first coastal ship and is carried proudly by her modern counterpart.

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Via Australis

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The Via Australis offers guests the opportunity to travel to the remote regions of South America in good levels of comfort. Built in 2005, she is an expedition cruise ship comprising 5 decks carrying a maximum of only 136 passengers, each featuring well-appointed public areas. Activities and lectures are held in her two cozy lounges or dining room and the open-air terrace on the uppermost deck provides a great opportunity for admiring the wonderful Patagonian landscape.

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Vrgada

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

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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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Wilderness Adventurer

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The Wilderness Adventurer is a 4 deck expedition ship, capable of accessing remote areas in the most dramatic hideaways imaginable. Her shallow draft and hull design enable her to reach the wildlife rich shores of Alaska’s southeast coast, with paddle boards and kayaks allowing for a range of adventure excursions and unique experiences. The ship interior is modern, with 26 spacious cabins, contemporary colours throughout and brushed metals creating a cheerful and relaxed ambience.

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Wilderness Discoverer

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The Wilderness Discoverer is an expedition ship, navigating the clear waters of Southeast Alaska, exposing some of nature’s most dramatic and unspoilt hideaways. Her shallow draft and hull design allow easy access to the wildlife rich shores and glaciers of Alaska and the kayaks and paddle boards that travel with the vessel will transport you to within close reach of the action! The ship interior is modern, with 26 spacious cabins, contemporary colours throughout and brushed metals creating a cheerful and relaxed ambience.

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Wilderness Explorer

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The newly renovated Wilderness Explorer is a three deck expedition ship, capable of accessing the wildlife rich shores of Alaska’s southeast coast. The ship's interior is comfortably furnished and loaded with amenities including a spacious lounge and dining area and can accommodate up to 76 guests. Guests can also enjoy the views from the bow or relax in the hot tub and on-deck sauna. Onboard kayaks, stand-up paddle boards,inflatable skiffs, hiking poles and yoga mats are all available to use during your voyage.

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Xpedition

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The all-ocean view Xpedition visits worlds untouched by civilization. Unlike traditional cruise ships, this 100-passenger yacht is able to cruise to smaller, less-traveled destinations like the Galapagos Islands and Antarctic ports. A naturalist accompanies each group of guests on magnificent Galapagos Island excursions twice each day, then shares additional expertise during evening lectures. After a day of exploration, treat your body to a relaxing massage or a dip in the rejuvenating whirlpool. Dine on gourmet cuisine at Darwin's Restaurant and the open-air Beagle Grill. End each night by admiring your favorite constellation through on-deck telescopes.

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