Cruise lines

Cunard

For over a century and a half, the iconic ships of Cunard have been defining sophisticated ocean travel. They have always been ‘The Most Famous Ocean Liners in the World.’ From fabled vessels of the past to her present royal court — Queen Mary 2, also known as QM2®, Queen Victoria, also known as QV® and Queen Elizabeth, also known as QE® — Cunard has carried guests across the great oceans and to the far points of the globe in unparalleled style. Cunard is a storied cruise line that offers a traditional, elegant, and delightful cruising experience. Cunard’s long history of cruising excellence means that they’re constantly augmenting your cruise experience without sacrificing their graceful and upscale traditions. The most glamorous names of yesterday and today have made champagne toasts in our salons, waltzed the night away in grand ballrooms.

Hurtigruten

Hurtigruten is known for its unique heritage, combined with highly skilled crews and a diverse fleet consisting of nimble, intimately-scaled expedition ships. Since 1893, Hurtigruten have been a part of coastal areas of Norway. While expanding into new territories explorer ships take you to Antarctica, Canada, Greenland, Iceland, and South America. Building on explorer heritage for more than 120 years, Hurtigruten voyages appeal to those who value life experiences and personal growth over excessive luxury. The 11 coastal ships sail almost the entire length of the country, completing the round-trip journey from Bergen to Kirkenes and back again in 12 days, calling 34 ports. The trip along the Norwegian coast has been described as the "World's Most Beautiful Sea Voyage." Hurtigruten's explorer ships MS Fram, MS Midnatsol, MS Nordstjernen and MS Spitsbergen offer Explorer voyages to Antarctica, Greenland, Iceland, Spitsbergen and Europe. In addition MS Midnatsol crosses the Atlantic Ocean twice every year.

Princess Cruises

One of the best-known name to enjoy a perfect cruise vacation. Today, Princess Cruises has grown to become the third largest cruise line in the world, renowned for 18 innovative ships, an array of onboard options, and an environment of exceptional customer service. No matter where Princess ships sail, passengers enjoy luxury, warm and gracious service in an atmosphere of comfortable elegance. Princess offers more than 150 different cruise itineraries; to give travelers the opportunity to literally cover the globe, with sailings to six continents that call at more than 300 ports and destinations around the world. Cruising destinations include the Caribbean, Alaska, Panama Canal, Europe, Mexico, South America, Australia/New Zealand, South Pacific, Hawaii, Tahiti/French Polynesia, Asia, India, Africa, Canada/New England and world cruises.

P&O Cruises - UK

P&O cruises are celebrating 180 years in 2017. This is the world’s original cruise line started way back in 1837 as the Peninsular Steam Navigation Company. It is the leading cruise line of Britain and most of the departures are from Southampton, UK. With a wide variety of itineraries at almost 180 destinations around the world P&O Cruises sails throughout the year. Exceptional food, thrilling entertainment, and seemingly endless activities will fill your days and nights. P&O Cruises cater to all ages through the fleet of 7 ships. Britannia is recently launched in 2015 and added to the family friendly ships like Aurora, Azura, Oceana and Ventura which are focusing on teenagers and young children. However, Arcadia and Oriana are exclusively for adults and are very popular for groups, friends and couples expecting more traditional style of cruising. Be it summer or winter, short breaks of 2 days or world voyages P&O cruises offers great experiences and journeys to everyone.

Pandaw River Expeditions

The Pandaw experience is all about exploring remote and often hard-to-navigate rivers and coasts in specially-designed luxury small ships. The Old Irrawaddy Flotilla Company was revived in 1995 by the Burma historian Paul Strachan, who is a Scot. They are the first since the Second World War to offer pioneering cruises on Burma's spectacular Irawaddy River, reaching Bhamo, one thousand miles from the sea, and went on to be the first on the stunningly attractive Chindwin River. Each ship among, its fleet of 16 ships is beautifully hand-crafted in brass and teak, and is object of beauty in itself. A Pandaw adventure is very different from that offered on an ocean-going cruise. The ships are small scale, and the atmosphere is informal, and very friendly. Pandaw specializes in itineraries that feature remote, hard-to-reach destinations.