Itineraries for cruise addicts

From North America's last frontier to the Danube and Antarctica, these cruise itineraries take passengers to far-flung corners of the globe

Seven Seas Mariner cruises to North America’s last frontier
Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ six-star, Seven Seas Mariner takes travellers on 15 memorable seven-, 10- and 11-night journeys through North America’s last frontier.  Guests onboard the Mariner can immerse themselves in the dramatic new culinary experiences, elegant new suite designs, and completely reimagined guest spaces that were at the forefront of a $165 million overhaul. Along with the remodelled library, guests can also enjoy a dip in the new mosaic-tiled pool, and experience the sumptuous dining at Chartreuse or the flagship restaurant, Compass Rose. While the handsome Card Room and The Casino steal some of the thunder, the serene Canyon Ranch Spa gives you a good reason to drift away in a treatment room. As for the newly designed guest suites, you may find your piece of paradise just by looking out to sea.

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PONANT heads underwater
National Geographic Expeditions and PONANT cruises will make it possible to explore some of the world’s most remote and inaccessible regions in luxury and style with their recent partnership. Evolving out of a shared vision of offering premium travel experiences while travelling responsibly, 130 itineraries have been designed to cover the next four years with each continent being represented. Guests will be able to experience National Geographic Expeditions’ exceptional commitment to education with the presence of onboard photographers and experts present purely for consultation with guests.  The signature style and comfort provided by PONANT extends to innovative new onboard features like the underwater lounge, Blue Eye. PONANT’s full fleet of luxury vessels are ‘clean ship’ certified with a number of recycling programs in place as well as an emphasis on reducing exhaust emissions. Keep an eye out for their extensive itinerary list that will feature the Antarctic and the Arctic as their core destinations.

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S.S. Beatrice takes over the Danube
Award-winning Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection has launched its newly refurbished S.S. Beatrice, the first vessel in the luxury cruising company’s fleet to be upgraded to a super ship. Resembling a floating boutique hotel, the 152-passenger ship has meticulously recreated the intimacy of a boutique property and captured the sensory delights of the Danube. Featuring 57 lavishly appointed river-view Staterooms, two Grand Suites and a 36-metre Owner’s/Royal Suite, particular attention has also been given to its public areas including its sumptuous lounge-room with a full-service bar, four dining areas inspired by Austria’s most noted composers; artwork by Picasso, Calder and Signoretto; and an elegant lobby with a grand staircase, mirrors and massive Murano chandelier. There are six itineraries to choose that include shore excursions and time to soak up the centuries of history. 

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