Timelessness is the key word, says Carol Kasza. It begins with the light–until you've experienced an Arctic summer, you can't conceive of the abundance of time that 24 hours of daylight gives you.
Most cruises visiting the United Kingdom do so to the South Eastern Corner of this vibrant combination of 4 nations - England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland - each with its own culture, history, accent and even language.
Norway, with its grandeur and magnificent fjords, is a base for a cruise that superlatives can’t describe. Nowhere are there fjords to match the grandeur of those in Norway, where the deceptively clear water reflects the mountains like a mirror.
A cruise in European waters offers a diversity of experiences. You can view architecture and works of art in the great cities of London, Paris or Amsterdam or head to the warmer climes of the Atlantic Islands
Experience the true spirit of Hawaii on an Hawaiian vacation where the ancient culture and enchanting beauty of the islands combine with the allure of the sea to create an unforgettable Hawaiian experience.
The home of one of the world's oldest civilizations, and several of the world's great religions, India has been changing and re-shaping itself for as long as anywhere on earth, forever producing new forms of culture and absorbing new influences.
From the glitter of Rio and Buenos Aires to the penguins and whales of the Straits of Magellan, to the intriguing colonial history South America is a destination of opposites, and one of the most exciting destinations in the world.
The highlights of a South American river cruise is of course the Amazon rainforest, with its stunning wildlife, tropical flora, traditional villages and unique cultural experiences but it is not the only river cruise on this great continent.
Cruises of the South Pacific are our most popular. Leave footprints on a white sand beach in Fiji, Noumea, Vanuatu, Tahiti or explore the contrast of the Australian Coast and New Zealand.