So, you’ve decided to go on a luxury cruise in Europe. Good choice! With almost 200 ports and 2,498 cruises available (and counting), your biggest difficultly will be narrowing down where you want to go.
Named after two of the greatest heroes in Polar history, MS Roald Amundsen and MS Fridtjof Nansen, Hurtigruten’s new hybrid powered expedition ships, will combine state of the art technology and premium on board experience with Hurtigruten’s 125 years of experience and unparalleled destination expertise.
AvYachts, the foremost provider of fractional yacht ownership, is doing for yachting what NetJets and Flexjet have done for private jet travel: Selling shares to make an exclusive experience more affordable and accessible.
Virgin Group Founder Sir Richard Branson and Virgin Voyages President and CEO Tom McAlpin hosted a ‘Ship Tease’, where key details were revealed about what sailors can expect on the first of three ships, coming to the high seas in 2020.
Oceania Cruises, the world’s leading culinary- and destination-focused cruise line, unveiled enhanced Concierge Level Stateroom amenities which include free laundry and in-stateroom dining service from The Grand Dining Room during lunch and dinner.
For the traveler with a hunger for discovery and a yearning to explore the sea and space, Hurtigruten is introducing Out of This World Cruises, which features three explorer cruises accompanied by Dr. Kathy Sullivan and Dr. Norm Thagard—both former NASA astronauts.
Chartering a luxury yacht is considered to be the ultimate holiday experience. The unparalleled service standard combined with the ability to discover some of the most beautiful locations in the world in total privacy makes it an experience that is totally unforgettable.
Ninety percent of the world’s oceans remain unexplored. That’s about to change as underwater drone creators, Blueye Robotics and Hurtigruten, the Norwegian expedition cruise line, plan to introduce underwater drones as part of the guest experience on its worldwide expedition cruises.