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South Pacific

South Pacific

The beaches and coral atolls of New Caledonia, French Polynesia, Vanuatu, West Samoa and Tonga are the playgrounds of P&O Cruises super liners Pacific Jewel, Pacific Sun and Pacific Dawn. P&O's affordable cruises are perfect family holidays - with no visa problems. Step up the level of luxury on the Dawn Princess and the Sun Princess which Princess Cruises bases in Australia - take the luxury up another notch with Diamond Princess and Sea Princess visits to the region. Cruise the South Pacific

New Zealand

New Zealand

Visit the Waimangu Volcanic Valley. The majestic World Heritage Fiordlands of Doubtful, Dusky and Milford Sounds won't disappoint you - even when it rains. Take a Princess Cruise, or, if you want a more intimate experience of the Lord of the Rings landscape and you are prepared to spend more then a Silversea voyage may be right. Adventurous spirits will always choose a smaller expedition ship. Cruise New Zealand

Australia

Australia

Imagine a pod of 20 dolphins surfing the waves of the Indian Ocean, off the WA coast and visiting the Kimberleys and places you can't reach by road. We are an island so there's a lot of water to explore from the Great Barrier Reef to Sydney Harbour, South Australia's Murray River or the Top End. Domestic boutique cruise lines offer short cruises for fly-drive holiday makers. Or catch a ride on mega-sized luxury liners visiting on their way around the world. Cruise Australia

River Cruising in Europe

River Cruising in Europe

Europe is cruise destination that has lots to offer. The grand European Tour from Amsterdam to Budapest along the Rhine through the Main-Danube River Canal is the most popular cruise. But cruising the Baltic States is gaining favour. Windmills, palaces, Austria's Wachau Valley and imperial Budapest. Trail through the South of France along the the Saone and Rhone Rivers which take you to "The City of Popes", the Papal Palace at Avignon, and stroll the cobbled streets of Arles which inspired Van Gogh. Cruise Europe

Alaska and Canada West

Alaska

The untouched wilderness of Alaska is still one of the world's most beautiful frontierlands, making this a breathtaking cruise destination. So much to see and do, whether you choose a luxury cruise or get up-close-and-personal with mother nature on an expedition adventure. Hike a glacier. Go "mushing" - that's dog sledding to the uninitiated. Or ensconce yourself on the glass-enclosure of a luxury liner's top deck and listen to soft music as you sipping a glass of wine, watching the glaciers go by. Cruise Alaska

Caribbean

Caribbean

The Caribbean is the most popular cruise destination in the world, offering white sand beaches, crystal clear waters, great shopping and an exciting mix of cultures. If you are looking for a year-round cruise getaway, look no further than a Caribbean cruise. Take your pick from four main Caribbean cruise destinations encompassing East, West, South and extended Caribbean cruises. Cruise the Caribbean

Asia

Asia

Sail the Mekong Delta on The Jayavarman, a small luxury vessel, to glimpse Vietnamese river village life, explore Cambodia's 12th Century Angkor Wat, shop in Ho Chi Minh City where East meets West. But, when snorkeling in Thailand DON'T eat the bananas staff give you, they're for the fish. Sail China's Yangtze with Viking River Cruises, see the Precious Stone Fortress from the Qing Dynasty and climb the 12-storey red pavilion to gaze for miles to the Roof of the World. Cruise Asia

Mediterranean

Mediterranean

Vintage Silversea's "is a voyage along a route less travelled" by a fleet of small, luxury liners. The flagship, Silver Spirit, boards 540 passengers and docks in the heart of a city to give you more time ashore - away from the "compulsory" butler service. Norwegian Cruise and Cunard's mega-metropolis liners may drop anchor off-shore in some ports but you get midnight buffets, a wet and wild theme park for the kids and casinos for you, as well as the Aegean, Barcelona & Monte Carlo. Cruise the Mediterranean

South America

South America

Fun in Acapulco on the the Mexican Riviera, witness the Panama Canal, the penguins and whales of the Straits of Magellan, the Patagonian & Chilean Fjords, the emerald lakes and fly fishing, dune buggy in the Atacama desert: what is it you would like? We have. Stop off for some Louis Vuitton in St Barts, bask in Barbados, as you sail down the coast and around the bottom of the continent, visiting the thundering Iguazu Falls and Torres del Paine National Park. Cruise South America

Antarctica

The Arctic zones

Antarctica and The Arctic hold a special place in many people's hearts. Fly north and catch of boat for the midnight sun or the chance of glimpsing the elusive arctic lights - if you're brave enough to face sub-zero temperatures. Travel south and board an exploration vessel bound for Antarctica, land of the penguins. Cruise the Arctic Zones

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