01 Feb Everything You Need to Begin Planning Your Luxury Cruise
The cruise industry is better than ever, as we see our favorite cruise lines continue to evolve to find more ways to develop greener ships while always improving the luxury in terms of the design, amenities and ways to provide more personalized services each year. Regardless of where you are in the world, there is a luxury cruise option just waiting for you to personalize and make your own.
In recent years we have seen many of the small to mid-size ships focusing more on the quality of the cruise experience, over the quantity of cruisers that can be packed onto a single ship. Several of these cruise lines have managed to create unique opportunities for a “cruise ship” within the cruise ship, which provides an elevated level of services, and is often a great option for many travelers seeking all of the conveniences of a large ship, but with the personalized services of a bespoke luxury cruise experience. The Haven, for example is a beautifully designed option with Norwegian Cruise Line and the Royal Class Suites with Royal Caribbean International brings all the elements of luxury and home together for this suite experience.
There is still something nostalgic about a transatlantic cruise, and while it might take a few days longer than a direct flight from New York to London, the experience on a ship like the Queen Mary 2 by Cunard provides cruisers an unmatched level of luxury travel – upgrading to the Queen’s Grill provides guests with the ultimate in elevated services and excellence from start to finish. Those looking for a unique luxury cruise option in other parts of the world, consider one of the exciting opportunities with AmaWaterways in Africa that just gets better every year; or a river expedition cruise with Aqua Expeditions along the Amazon River onboard the Aria Amazon; or perhaps explore the bespoke itineraries with travel operators that take care of every detail beyond compare such as a barge cruise in Europe with Abercrombie & Kent, or a small ship cruise with Tauck.
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