As cruising resumes and the scope for international travel broadens, our Supplier Relations Manager, Connell Blackburn-Green, was lucky enough to go on-board Silversea’s newest addition to the fleet: Silver Moon. Her maiden season from June 2021 sees her cruising the Mediterranean, calling at ports along the Greek Isles and Italy. Read on to find out…

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Lake in Alaska - Mountains - Landscape
A luxury cruise on a six star ship deserves an incredible destination, and few can rival the natural magnificence and historic wonders of Alaska. This fascinating region is home to breath-taking landscapes dominated by glaciers, a wealth of exciting wildlife species and a rich history spanning Native American heritage and the era of the gold...

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Lush trees and picturesque buildings in Madeira in Portugal
Madeira is an island gem blooming with natural appeal. Nicknamed the Pearl of the Atlantic, this lush, rugged isle sitting more than 350 miles west of Morocco is closer to Africa than to its mother country Portugal. Discovered by Portuguese sailors in the 15th century, it flourished as a trading post, but cruise ships have now...

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Exterior view of Azamara Journey
With a range of luxury cruise ships available, choosing the right one can seem like a daunting task. That’s why we’ve listed the most popular ships as enjoyed by our customers in 2016. 1. Riviera Riviera is a mid-sized ship, the newest to Oceania Cruises fleet. Along with her sister ship, Marina, (which is almost...

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Regent Seven Seas Service
Luxury cruises can come with a relatively hefty price tag compared to some cheaper cruises. Yet they remain popular, often selling out several months before departure. So what is it that makes luxury cruises worth the extra expense? 1. All-Inclusive Cruising When choosing a cruise, it’s important to consider not only what you pay to...

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seabourn encore
Seabourn Encore Launch Date: December 2016 Seabourn’s largest ship ever is currently under construction. Although the ship will hold a third more passengers than Seabourn’s current ships, it will still remain relatively small in size, with a capacity of just over 600 passengers. Seabourn’s fleet is already the newest and most modern of all the...

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