7 Unique Luxury Cruise Destinations

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  • With more than 27.2 million passengers expected on cruise ships this year and more cruise lines debuting bigger, better, more extravagant ships, if you’ve yet to catch the cruise bug, now’s the time. Today’s cruise lines provide world-class culinary experiences, transformational travel and more unique destinations than ever, attracting hordes of millennial travelers. © Dziewul |
  • When you hop aboard an Abercrombie & Kent cruise to Japan, the islands you visit are far from the flashy streets of Tokyo. Explore the olive groves on Shikoku Island, tour a 16th-century ceramic studio on Kyushu Island or visit a sake distillery on the trade-centric Hokkaido Island. © Kan1234 |
  • Sihanoukville, Cambodia, is a world away from the country’s top tourist spots. Located on the Gulf of Thailand and more than 150 miles south of Phnom Penh, it offers excellent diving, big game fishing and seafood. © Eermakova |
  • Visit Australia’s last frontier — the wild and rugged coasts of Kimberley. View biodiverse reefs, mangrove forests, historic aboriginal sites and exotic wildlife aboard the Abercrombie & Kent Le Laperouse. © Philip Schubert |
  • In the Far North, explore the Svalbard archipelago and glimpse walruses, polar bears, reindeer, whales and other Arctic life. The Ponant Best of Spitsbergen cruise hosts the Arctic adventures in high style, July 2–9, 2018, and June 2–16, 2019. © Ondřej Prosický |
  • The Azores Islands lie isolated in the Atlantic Ocean, offering whale watching, hiking, fishing, some of the world’s longest lava tubes and UNESCO-listed volcanic vineyards. Azamara Club Cruises travels to the Azores on two itineraries, the 14-night Westward Journey Voyage and 12-night Bermuda & The Azores Voyage. © Mikalai Holubau |
  • Holland America Line provides quite a few itineraries that travel to the southern tip of Chile, Punta Arenas. A gateway to Patagonia, the city itself is worth a visit for its unique wildlife, adventure activities and local cuisine. © Alejandrozonezv |
  • See St. Petersburg in the summer with cruise itineraries from Norwegian Cruise Line. Take in the historic city’s beautiful architecture, labyrinth of canals and cultural landmarks, from the Hermitage Museum to St. Isaac’s Cathedral. © Sborisov |
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