Cruise to the World’s Loveliest Corners in these Ships
Whether it is about floating down the leisurely waters of world famed rivers or sailing the high seas, there is always a cruise designed to make every ship-travel enthusiast’s dream come true.
If you are looking towards next year’s season, then checkout the new 14-days Indonesian Discovery cruise presented by Holland America Line, the series presented by Rotterdam and the new round-trip Singapore departure by Volendam or others in the fray-there is lot in store for the traveler in you. (image by Airflore)
The 14-day voyage encompasses calls at Lembar (Lombok); Semarang (Java); Komodo Island; Jakarta; Makassar (Sulawesi); Suabaya (Java); Probolinggo and also an overnight stay at Bali. You may like to look forward to coming face-to-face with the world famous ‘komodo dragon’ that has its home on Komodo Island; visit the religious precincts of Besakih Temple; savor the delights of traditional fire dance performances and so forth. These sea voyages are steeped in excitement and fun and promise many memorable moments for you!
The Allure of Paradise Islands
If you are aspiring to take a cruise with a difference, then embark on a ride that takes you through the scenic Paradise Islands aboard Aranui– Tahiti’s freighter cruise line. It is first scheduled to make calls to Bora Bora this year and also includes a special Christmas visit. Aranui’s 14-day cruise adventures are well known globally and take tourists to the picturesque French Polynesia’s Marquesas and also the pristine Tuamotus. As per reports, it is slated to add on two visits to Bora Bora’s famous blue lagoon in the months of April and December 2014, with an affordable fare that ranges from $8799 a person on twin sharing basis.
The much awaited Christmas cruise promises to have guests waking up to the mystical blue lagoon of Bora Bora on 25th December. These cruises are expected to feature calls Bora Bora, shore excursions at 16 ports, complimentary wine with lunch, all main meals, return economy airfares from Brisbane, Sydney or Melbourne (Air Tahiti Nui) and onboard dinner; along with a host of other perks and freebies. Aranui usually accommodates 200 passengers in its cabins, standard twin/deluxe rooms and suites with private balconies and is known to carry fuel, food, and other staples to some of the remotest and far flung ports in Tuamotus and Marquesas.
Jewels of Europe
With Scenic Tours having the classic and much awaited Budapest to Amsterdam cruise in store next year, you can also look forward to rolling on the waves of the river in a “Space Ship”. The Jewels of Europe -2014 trip begins in Budapest and encompasses highlights from nuclear bunkers to thermal baths, famous castles to concerts featuring the musical soirees of Mozart and Strauss.. The list is indeed endless. (image by Tommy)
This cruise calls at Durnstein, Melk, Vienna, Aschach, Regensburg Nuremberg, Passau, Bamberg, Wertheim, Rudesheim and Wurzburg. It cruises along the Rhine Gorge with stops at Marksburg Castle, Dusseldorf, Cologne, and Amsterdam. You look forward to 15-day tour which is available on a per person twin sharing basis from $6495 onwards.
Are you ready to set sail on these amazing cruising trips?
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