Baltic Cruise Lines
There are 28 cruise ports which the Baltic cruise lines sail to and each offers something that little bit different than the next. Sailing to this incredible region will allow you to experience Northern Europe’s finest architecture, with colourful palaces and awe-inspiring cathedrals at every turn. On a cruise to the Baltics, you’ll soon come to realise that you’re exploring one of the most stunning regions on Earth.
This is a cruise line which is perfect for those looking for an informal cruising experience with six-star standards. On-board you can expect open-seated dining, a casual dress code, a personalised service and an extremely friendly welcome.
The first word in ultra-luxury. Expect a warm and welcoming ambience on-board with crew members dedicated to giving each guest a luxurious and attentive service.
Offering a refined and sophisticated cruising experience to discerning travellers, this is a cruise line that boasts true elegance, style and warmth.
Regent Seven Seas
If you book a Regent Seven Seas voyage with SixStarCruises, you can expect a truly all-inclusive journey. From the fine-dining, beverages and service to the shore excursions, activities and entertainment, this is cruising as its best.
All-suite accommodation means sweeping ocean-views aboard each vessel in the Seabourn fleet. You really can expect a life full of luxury when you book your place with this ultra-luxury cruise line.
The moment you step aboard, you’ll be greeted by a white-gloved butler who will attend to your every need during your stay. With gourmet food and a host of fabulous amenities, a cruise with Silversea is truly unforgettable.
Cruise and Stay
As many itineraries tend to begin or end their journey in the cities of Stockholm or Copenhagen, you’ll have a great chance to enjoy a pre and post cruise stay if you wanted to extend your holiday. A cruise and stay gives you the choice to enjoy the best of both worlds as you’ll have more time to spend exploring the sights and sounds of each city without having to worry about getting back to the ship before it departs.