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Africa & Middle East

Journey to the Great Pyramids of Egypt and Valley of the Kings. View the unique flora, fauna and wildlife of Madagascar. Step back in time to the historical deserts and forts of the Persian Gulf and Arabia. Seek out the "Big 5", lion, elephant, rhino.... More »

Dubai Abu Dhabi & India Cruise
14 nights from
$1,109
Alaska & Nth.America Pacific

Alaska is regarded as one of the most scenic cruising regions on earth, and with good reason. With towering mountain ranges, crystalline glaciers and abundant wildlife you'll fill up your camera memory in no time! Touring before or after your Alaskan.... More »

Pacific Coastal Cruise D925B
4 nights from
$469
Antarctica

The last-frontier ice desert of Antarctica attracts 45,000 visitors a year to view its windswept, treeless, frozen wasteland. Wildlife on show includes penguins, seals, birds, dolphins and orcas. Since most of the wildlife in Antarctica is found on t.... More »

South America Passage Cruise X914
13 nights from
$2,724
Arctic - Atlantic

The Arctic is the current ‘in’ region for cruising, with nearly a million visitors each year. Svalbard Archipelago (Norway) and Greenland are very popular. The Arctic region (north of 66.56 deg.lat.) is an ocean surrounded by continents, north of whe.... More »

Asia

Japan, China, Korea, South-East Asia (mainly Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam), the Philippines, Indonesia and India – offer a vast range of cultures, scenery, architecture and cuisine. On-shore tours may venture up rivers, or inland to archaeological.... More »

Dubai Abu Dhabi & India Cruise
14 nights from
$1,109
Australia

The cruising industry in Australasia is growing at the fastest rate in the world, and a record number of cruise ships will visit Australia during the 2016/17 cruise season, including nearly one quarter of Carnival Corporation’s fleet. The seven capit.... More »

Caribbean

Over 7000 Caribbean islands, reefs and cays (‘the West Indies’) are bounded on the east by the Bahamas and island arcs of the Antilles, to the south by the Netherlands Antilles, and to the west by Mexico and Belize. They encompass the Dominican Repub.... More »

Europe - Baltic & North Atlantic

The Baltic Sea has low salinity and a narrow exit to the North Sea. It is open for cruising between May and mid-September (being half-covered by sea ice in winter). Its history extends from Roman and Viking times to becoming the sea graveyard of WWII.... More »

Europe - Mediterranean

The Mediterranean (‘Middle of the Earth’) enabled trade for the Egyptians, Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans and Arabs – to name a few – since the start of recorded history. Museums on its shores display recovered sea relics from these ancient civilisation.... More »

Canary Islands & Morocco Cruise
10 nights from
$820
Europe - Rivers

Europe has so many navigable rivers that travellers are spoilt for choice. The Danube is the key to river cruising in Europe, crossing from Germany through Serbia, Austria and Hungary into Romania to reach the Black Sea. The Saone and Rhone Rivers .... More »

Iceland Ireland & Norway Cruise
14 nights from
$2,783
Europe - Western & British Isles

This region includes the British Isles, the Atlantic coastlines of the Netherlands, France, Spain and Portugal, and south to the Canary islands. The UK offers tradition, history, pomp and ceremony, the rugged coastline of Scotland, and a pint in an I.... More »

Canary Islands & Morocco Cruise
10 nights from
$820
Hawaii

The Hawaiian Island chain consists of eight major islands and over 120 minor reefs and islands, so a Hawaiian cruise is the best way to explore the channels and waterways that intersect the islands. The four primary islands of Oahu, Hawaii, Kauai, an.... More »

Transpacific Cruise
24 nights from
$2,476
Mexican Riviera

The Mexican Riviera (a term coined by Princess Cruise Line), extends from Ensenada (California) south through Cabo San Lucas, La Paz and Loreto on the Baja Peninsula, and six ports on the coast of the Gulf of California including Mazatlan and Acapulc.... More »

Panama Canal Cruise
18 nights from
$1,881
Micronesia

Micronesia is full of maritime history, with many epic battles fought in the region in the last century. The islands share an interesting combination of Japanese, American and Island cultures. Scuba diving and water activities are very popular for vi.... More »

Transpacific Cruise
24 nights from
$2,476
New Zealand

New Zealand’s two main islands (about the size of Italy) lie in the SW Pacific to the SE of Australia. Its European, Maori and Pacific Islander population lives in a peaceful, developed, urban-cum-farming world noted for its varied geographical regio.... More »

Pacific Odyssey Cruise M919
17 nights from
$1,599
North America East Coast

This region includes sub-Arctic Canada, the Atlantic provinces of Canada, the New England Region of the USA, Bermuda, and the Eastern seaboard of the USA down to Florida. The New England region (six NE States of the USA) is a centre of early North Am.... More »

Snowbird Migration Cruise
13 nights from
$1,461
North Pacific

This region covers the sub-Arctic region in an arc from Vladivostok and the Kamchatka Peninsula in Eastern Russia, across to Kodiak in the Aleutian Islands. (Anchorage is included in ‘Alaska & Pacific Coast.) The outstanding feature is the volcanic K.... More »

Panama & Central America

Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama lie in the volcanic earthquake-prone region of Central America. This is a tropical region of mountain ranges and jungles bordered by beautiful beaches. Attractions include the.... More »

South America

The Pacific coastline of South America offers tropical Columbia, ancient Incan civilisations of Ecuador, Peru and Chile, and the glacial coast of Patagonia. Ushuaia near Cape Horn is the cruise port for Antarctica. Along the Atlantic coast view Sugar.... More »

Panama Canal Cruise
18 nights from
$1,881
South Pacific

Ships depart Sydney, Brisbane and Auckland head for New Caledonia, Tuvalu and Fiji, mostly over 7 to 14 nights. Trans-Pacific cruises (full half crossing via Hawaii) have lower fares around September and April. Consider a sector with a Cunard ship on.... More »

Pacific Odyssey Cruise M919
17 nights from
$1,599
Transatlantic

A transatlantic crossing is a true cruise passage, harking back to the days when ocean liners were the only option to cross the Atlantic. RMS Queen Mary 2, one of the most luxurious ships at sea, is the quintessential ocean liner, with extra-thick pl.... More »

Grand Voyage Cruise
15 nights from
$1,249
Transpacific

Crossing between Eastern Australia and the Americas call in at ports in New Zealand, New Caledonia, Vanuatu, Fiji, Samoa, French Polynesia, and Hawaii. In the Americas most itineraries start or finish in Honolulu, Vancouver or a Californian port. A f.... More »

Japan & Bering Sea Cruise
13 nights from
$1,169
World & Grand

A world voyage is the ultimate in sea travel, usually transiting the Suez and Panama Canals, facing the oceans in stabilised comfort, without having to pack and unpack for three months. On board are glamorous evenings, top entertainment, and socialis.... More »