Famous for sea, sun and swaying palm trees, Miami is a young and trendy city which dazzles visitors with its subtropical climate and cosmopolitan lifestyle.
The powdery-sand beaches, stunning waterfalls and jungle-clad mountains are just some of the things to fall in love with in Ocho Rios. “Ochi," as the locals call it, has everything you need to enjoy Jamaica in pure relaxation.
On Colombia’s Caribbean-facing coast, Cartagena is a handsome and historic city, with distinctive Colonial architecture dating back to the sixteenth century.
Welcome to Corinto, a gem of culture and nature. Just south is León, an energetic, colonial city full of fine museums, chic eateries and architectural treasures, including the Basílica de la Asunción, Central America’s largest cathedral. Off coast, huge waves entice fearless surfers, while shoreside wetlands and sandy beaches provide sanctuary for birds and nesting turtles. Inland, volcanic peaks draw trekkers and photographers to witness a landscape of lava, crater lakes and steamy hot springs.
Drive into the mountains to beautiful old Antigua, once the country's colonial capital, and discover its lovely bougainvillea draped buildings and breathtaking views of emerald volcanoes.
With its golden beaches and brilliant waters, the picturesque seaside port of Zihuatanejo is somewhat reminiscent of Polynesia. Just five miles away lies its twin town, the resort of Ixtapa, an isolated oasis of high-rise hotels, yet Zihuatanejo's natural beauty has been preserved and its pristine, fine sandy beaches remain.
Despite being Mexico’s biggest and busiest seaport, this sunny destination is known for its miles of golden sand beaches – by some counts there are twenty – and water sports including swimming, stand-up paddle boarding, surfing, snorkeling and diving. Manzanillo hosts the annual International Sailfish Tournament (be sure to see the 82-foot turquoise sailfish statue in town!), so not surprisingly, the deep-sea fishing here is excellent, too.
On the southern tip of the Mexican peninsula that borders California, its dramatic coastline, protected marine reserves and fun-filled bars make it a popular destination for sun-kissed adventure.
This magical city is festive and friendly, from its legendary zoo to Balboa Park everyone here seems to be living that quintessential California lifestyle – sun, sand and surf. Between ocean and desert, the near perfect weather here is ideal for exploring charming neighborhoods, gorgeous parks, and of course, the beach.
Los Angeles is a hub of glamour, ambition and hard-work. Enjoy its laid-back beachfront living, prestigious museums and galleries, fashionable celebrity haunts and exhilarating theme parks.
Follow in the footsteps of The Beach Boys and fall in love with incredible Hawaii.
Kauai is better known by its well-deserved nickname, the "Garden Island." Fewer people live here than on the larger neighboring islands, but Hawaiian residents and out-of-state visitors alike are attracted to its much-acclaimed beaches. Rugged emerald-colored cliffs set the backdrop for cascading waterfalls and magnificent sandy shores. As one of the most enticing spots on earth, secluded coves are found all along the island's irregular coastline and a luxuriant rainforest flourishes on the "wet" side of the island. With the island's central mountain receiving an average of 500 inches of rainfall a year, Kauai is one of the wettest spots on earth. Kauai is also the oldest Hawaiian island both geologically and historically. Island lore claims Kauai was the original home of Pele, the goddess of fire and volcanoes, before she moved southward. Welcome ashore as you explore and discover the beauty of this verdant natural wonderland.
Cradled along the northern shore of Upolu, picturesque Apia’s thatched-roof fales blend into the emerald-hued countryside. Jagged mountains rise above deserted beaches where trade winds sigh on coconut palms. Western Samoa's friendly, carefree islanders will welcome you to their bountiful homeland and proudly show you the former home of their adopted son, Robert Louis Stevenson.
Stretched over a volcanic field on New Zealand's North Island is multicultural Auckland. The country's largest city, this thriving hub offers everything you would expect.
The spectacular Bay of Plenty on New Zealand’s North Island is home to the resort town of Tauranga. Known for its fine restaurants, boutiques and galleries, the city is also a hot spot for water sports and a gateway to nearby attractions, such as the geothermal wonders of Rotorua. At the southern end of Tauranga’s harbor lies the relaxed beach town of Mount Maunganui, named after its distinctive peak, Mauao, which towers 750 feet above the town’s white-sand surf.
Picturesque Picton is located at the head of Queen Charlotte Sound, one of three main Marlborough Sounds. Renowned for outdoor activities such as fishing, kayaking, cycling and hiking, the region is also popular for chances to observe the area’s wildlife, including birds, seals and dolphins. People watching is yet another pleasant way to pass the time. Picton’s waterfront, dotted with cafés and restaurants, is where you will see locals conversing and dining in their comfortable natural habitat.
From the Sydney Opera House to Bondi Beach, man and Mother Nature contribute in equal measure to this splendid city.
Though named for George Eden, the first Earl of Auckland, rather than the biblical garden, this Eden is a gorgeous natural wonderland. Situated on New South Wales’ Sapphire Coast, the picturesque Australian town is a gateway to stunning beaches, forested hills, lakes, nature trails and national parks. The sparkling waters of Eden’s Twofold Bay are known as the Humpback Highway owing to the large number of whales that pass through during their migration between Antarctica and the Coral Sea.
Boasting stunning art, a vibrant music scene and excellent food, wine and coffee, it’s little wonder that Melbourne regularly tops ‘most liveable city’ rankings.
The capital of South Australia, Adelaide straddles the Torrens River on a narrow plain between the Mt. Lofty Ranges and the blue waters of the Gulf of St. Vincent, boasting a profusion of gardens, playgrounds, sporting fields and colorful flower beds. Affectionately known as the "City of Churches," the combination of verdant parklands and stately buildings imbue this prosperous center with enduring grace and character.
Founded by the cattle-ranching Bussell family in 1832, this pioneering town is today known as cheery beach resort regarded for its 1.2-mile-long wooden pier, the world’s longest. See National Trust and Heritage-listed properties in town, and venture farther inland to explore the scenery of the Margaret River Wine Region and the eucalyptus canopy of Tuart Forest National Park, host to one of the rarest forests in the world.
Whether you're visiting for the day, or stopping for a few nights, this welcoming destination has much more to offer than you probably expect from an isolated Western Australian city.
Exmouth, the North West Cape's only settlement, will come into view as your Crystal ship rounds the northern tip of this arid North West Cape and enters the Exmouth Gulf. During World War II, Exmouth was a refueling stop for submarines, then later an air force base. In 1967 it became a U.S. Navy communications base and today, the Harold E. Holt Naval Communications Base services both Australian and American vessels in the Indian and Western Pacific Oceans. Although military legend has left an indelible impression, Exmouth is becoming better known as a tourist base for visits to the Cape Range National Park and Ningaloo Marine Park. These two stunning parks are adjacent land- and sea-conservation areas on the western edge of the cape. However you choose to spend your time in Exmouth, your visit to Australia's North West Cape will be one to remember.
Beautiful Bali is everything you imagine it will be; humbling temples, tranquil lakes, traditional villages, idyllic sands and thriving paddy fields.
Diamond-shaped Pulau Ujong is Singapore's main island and it's bursting with colour, energy and culture.
Sri Lanka's naturally wonderful landscape has been shaped by Hindu, Buddhist, Muslim and European influences for a fascinating multicultural heritage.
Made up of 26 ring-shaped atolls, this picturesque Indian Ocean nation is exceedingly romantic and an ideal place to get away from it all
As one of the wealthiest and most populous regions in Asia, Mumbai (known as Bombay until 1995) has been an inspiring tourist hotspot for years – and with its jaw-dropping architecture, culture and food, it’s easy to see why.
Like a magic carpet spread before the sea, Oman's coastal plain is one of the most fertile areas of Arabia. Famous since antiquity as the source of frankincense, Salalah was already a prosperous town when Marco Polo visited it in the 13th century! Inland rise the forbidding Al-Quarà Mountains, and the desolate "Empty Quarter" of central Saudi Arabia.
This history-rich Jordanian city boasts impressive scuba diving and water sport options, plus nearby UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
A tidy planned community built on golden dunes, Ashdod is southern Israel's only Mediterranean harbor. Yet this new city has fabulously ancient roots: Ashdod is mentioned in the Old Testament, and archaeologists have found ruins almost 4,000 years old. This is the doorway to the historic treasures of Jerusalem, and the worldly pleasures of Tel Aviv.
The wine flows freely in Limassol, and so does the festive atmosphere. The center of Cyprus' wine industry, Limassol is home to a bustling bar and restaurant scene, as well as numerous wineries that are open for tours and tastings. The city seems to be engaged in constant celebration, staging elaborate festivals throughout the year. The waterfront promenade offers a dizzying array of traditional, handmade goods to expensive designer labels.
Ancient relics, fascinating culture, mouth-watering cuisine, soft sandy beaches and contemporary delights abound in delightful Rhodes.
Istanbul unveils its rich history at every turn, while its vibrant present is just as much of a draw for visitors.
Replete with narrow cobblestone lanes, quaint houses and an ancient fortress wall with gate and towers, the entire old quarter of Nesebur, Bulgaria, has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Two of its churches might have also helped the village earn that distinction. One was built in the 5th century, and is appropriately called the Old Bishopric. The other church is called the New Bishopric; given that it was built in the 10th century, "new" is clearly a relative term in the town of Nesebur.
Odessa is barely two centuries old, yet it has a wealth of history. A summer retreat of the czars founded by Catherine the Great, this "Pearl of the Black Sea" also hosted Russia's greatest artists, writers and musicians. Many historic opera houses, museums and ballet theaters remain, painted in neoclassical pastel and lining leafy promenades, alongside the impressive onion-domed basilica and the famous Potemkin Steps.
Constanța is a city on the shores of the Black Sea, in southeastern Romania. Its long history, which goes back over 2,000 years, is documented at the National History and Archaeology Museum, near the port. The adjacent Roman Mosaics complex displays tiled floors dating back to the 4th century A.D. Nearby, the Great Mahmudiye Mosque is furnished with a vast Persian rug, while its towering minaret overlooks the city.
Magnificent Athens combines the fascinations of the ancient world with unique modern architecture.
Whether it's scenic views, history and culture or stunning seas you’re after, Katakolon will fulfill your Greek ideals
Nature and history have made Sicily a land of striking contrasts. The largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, Sicily was for centuries the center of the known world. Its unique geographic position made the island vulnerable to attacks by foreigners, while also making it a meeting place of Mediterranean civilizations, a bridge between the East and West. The picturesque little town of Taormina enjoys a beauty comprised of light, color and sea. Taormina has no middle tones, no grays and no muted shades. Lying on a short terrace of the coast and dripping off the shoulders of the enormous Mount Etna, Taormina embodies the essence of Sicily.
Italy is one of the most popular destinations in the Mediterranean. Each city has its own unique character and Sorrento is a town certainly worth visiting.
Venture through Civitavecchia, noted for its fine seafood and beautiful monuments. Then, travel to the Eternal City of Rome, with more than 2,500 years of history and ancient landmarks that will leave you with memories for a lifetime.
Formerly a small fishing village on the western coast of Tuscany, Livorno was reinvented as an ideal Renaissance city at the hands of the sixteenth century House of Medici.
Monaco is an ancient principality steeped in rich and colorful history. Its proud monarchy is presided over by Prince Albert, who assumed the throne after his famed father Prince Rainier died in 2005. Today when gazing on its modern skyline, it is hard to imagine that Monaco endured a turbulent past. Once a Greek settlement conquered by the Romans, it was bought from the Genoese in 1309 by the Grimaldis, who still rule as the world's oldest monarchy. Monaco covers less than one square mile and is known primarily for its Grand Casino.
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Large private verandah and custom stonefoyer floor Spacious living room Separate den with full-size sleeper sofa,TV, and closet plus separate dining area with ocean view and binoculars Complimentary wine plus choice of spirits from set menu upon embarkation Two TVs iPod docking stations and cordless phone Complimentary unlimited Wi-Fi Guest bathroom with shower Butler’s pantry with refrigerator and espresso-cappuccino machine Large bedroom with queen-size bedor twin beds with sumptuous bedding Master bath featuring a television, Duravit spa flotation tub with ocean view, and stateof-the-art shower with customized shower direction and a heated bench, plus bidet Master walk-in custom closet with illuminated rods and custom shelving and security safe Sophisticated one-touch lighting and surround-sound system and “Do Not Disturb” electronic doorbell A total of two private car and driver transfers per voyage from/to the designated airport in the port city for embarkation and disembarkation or transfers to/from other locations within 100 miles of the port city for embarkation/disembarkation* ADDITIONAL COMPLIMENTARY CRYSTAL PENTHOUSE AMENITIES Attentive butler service Free in-suite phone usage (Two hours per cruise/per room) Free pressing, laundry and dry cleaning Unlimited complimentary specialty restaurant dining (by reservation
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Private verandah Spacious living area Queen-size bed or twin beds with sumptuous bedding and third berth Large luxury shower with body jets Walk-in closet TV Complimentary welcome bottle of champagne upon arrival Complimentary wine plus choice of spirits from set menu upon embarkation Refrigerator Binoculars “Do Not Disturb” electronic doorbell ADDITIONAL COMPLIMENTARY SEABREEZE PENTHOUSE SUITE AMENITIES Attentive butler service Free in-suite phone usage(One hour per cruise/per room) Complimentary pressing service Unlimited complimentary specialty restaurant dining (by reservation,based on space availability)**
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Private verandah Spacious living area Shared entryway to connect two Seabreeze Penthouses Queen-size bed or twin beds with sumptuous bedding and third berth Large luxury shower with body jets Walk-in closet TV Complimentary welcome bottle of champagne upon arrival Complimentary wine plus choice of spirits from set menu upon embarkation Refrigerator Binoculars “Do Not Disturb” electronic doorbell ADDITIONAL COMPLIMENTARY SEABREEZE PENTHOUSE SUITE AMENITIES Attentive butler service Complimentary pressing service Unlimited complimentary specialty restaurant dining (by reservation, based on space availability)**
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Private verandah Spacious living area Dining area Complimentary wine plus choice of spirits from set menu upon embarkation Two TVs Sophisticated one-touch lighting system “Do Not Disturb” electronic doorbell Complimentary unlimited Wi-Fi Separate bedroom area Vanity in bedroom Queen-size bed or twin beds with sumptuous bedding, and third berth Full Jacuzzi bathtub Separate shower Bidet Walk-in closet Refrigerator Security safe Binoculars ADDITIONAL COMPLIMENTARY PENTHOUSE SUITE AMENITIES Attentive butler service Free in-suite phone usage (One hour per cruise/per room) Complimentary pressing service Unlimited complimentary specialty restaurant dining (by reservation,based on space availability)**
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