From fun-filled family adventures to all-inclusive luxury sailings, we work with some of the world’s most unique cruise lines to offer the perfect cruise for you.
We’re proud to partner with some amazing cruise lines, each with their own extraordinary features, style and design. From luxury cruise lines like Silversea and Seabourn to action packed family focused cruises from Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruise Line, our long-standing relationships mean we are able to deliver an exceptional variety of cruises at remarkable value for money.
Due to these partnerships, we’re able to offer some fantastic offers, including exclusive drinks packages and cabin upgrades at amazing prices, as well as boast the extraordinary opportunities of chartering whole ships so that we can host our sailcations, enhanced with entertainment.
American Queen Voyages
Boasting a fleet of ships like you’ve never seen before, from authentic paddlewheel river boats to immense seafaring vessels, American Queen Voyages offers luxury expeditions through the vast rivers, lakes and oceans of the North American continent.
From the cosmopolitan coastal cities of Australia to New Zealand’s epic landscapes of hot springs and dazzling fjords, a cruise holiday can showcase the very best a region has to offer. Embark on a bucket-list adventure to the South Pacific’s idyllic islands, or explore the delicious diversity of Asia, from its progressive cities crowned with shimmering skylines to captivating rice terraces that were painstakingly carved into the sides of mountains thousands of years ago.
No. Each cruise line will have its own board basis, although meals and snacks are almost always included as part of your fare. There are often drinks packages that can be purchased before you sail and many ships have speciality restaurants that you can dine at for a supplementary fee. If you are particularly interested in an all-inclusive cruise, Silversea and Celebrity Cruises both offer an all-inclusive basis as standard.
There is always the chance of motion sickness, especially in bad weather conditions, but as modern ships are generally large and stable this is much less of a problem than you might fear! There are many remedies that can be purchased before your cruise which can help relive seasickness – speak to your pharmacist.
Many people don’t like the idea of cruising as they worry about the concept of being “trapped” on board, while, in reality, modern crise ships are not dissimilar to large hotels. Your itinerary will include port calls where you are free to leave the ship to explore your destination, and if your itinerary does include back-to-back sea days then ships offer a huge range of leisure activities and entertainment to keep boredom at bay!
There’s a huge breadth of cruise lines available depending on what you want your holiday to look like – from luxury to family-fun or romantic to adventure-focused. Our travel experts are always on hand to give advice and help pick the perfect cruise line for your holiday personality.
Many cruise lines now operate a reasonably relaxed policy when it comes to dress code but rules differ between brands so it’s always best to check before booking. A great cruise tradition is a formal “dressed up” night in the main dining room so you can expect to see at least a few of these during your holiday and if you decide to join this then you will be required to dress formally. Most cruise lines do offer at least one casual dinner option or in-room service if dressing up really isn’t to your taste or something that makes you feel uncomfortable.