Hurtigruten is celebrating 125 years as the world leader in exploration travel, and travelers can join in on the fun by booking a discounted cruise to some of the world’s most unchartered territories, April 1 – March 31, 2018.
Ultra-luxury Silversea's all-suite Silver Whisper sailed from Los Angeles this week on a 121-day voyage around the world. Encompassing Pacific island paradises, ancient and modern wonders of Asia and the marvels of Arabia, the epic voyage will conclude in May in the eternal city of Rome.
The 18 passenger, M/Y Grace has a history like none other; it once belonged to Prince Rainier and Princess Grace and can now be your very comfortable home during a 7 night cruise exploring the Galapagos Islands.
Ultra-luxury Silversea is serving up a new menu of 2018 and 2019 Enriched Voyages featuring enhanced onboard enrichment with a culinary or wine theme, including five sailings developed in partnership with The Peninsula Hotels.
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.