Up until recently, private luxury yachts have been the exclusive passtime of the uber-wealthy, costing many millions to buy and run and many hundreds of thousands of dollars to charter out by the week.
Hurtigruten, the world leader in exploration travel, invites adventurers to connect with their inner explorer while aboard MS Roald Amundsen, the world’s first hybrid electric-powered ship, with free roundtrip flights on select 2019 expedition cruises to explore Antarctica.
Cunard is hosting its third annual Transatlantic Fashion Week Crossing on its flagship liner Queen Mary 2 departing from England on September 2 and arriving into NYC in time to catch the style and couture of New York Fashion Week.
Poseidon commenced its 2018 summer season in July in the Russian High Arctic – the newest frontier in polar expedition cruising – with a rendezvous of its two ships in the Franz Josef Land Archipelago.
Yesterday, Azamara Club Cruises celebrated a rare occurrence as two of its three vessels, Azamara Pursuit – currently on its maiden voyage – and Azamara Journey – welcoming new officers – met in Haugesund, Norway.
Many high-income earners spend a tremendous amount on luxury hotels all around the world. And while vacationing at a luxury hotel or resort can be fabulous, there are so many ways in which luxury yachts are just—well—better.