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Six Secret Splendours of the South Pacific

The cruise industry is growing in our little corner of the world, and it’s no wonder when you consider the amazing places that ships can cruise to in the South Pacific. From the exciting cities and small towns of New Zealand and Australia...Show More Summary

Cruise the world’s iconic destinations

It’s easy to focus on the onboard delights when we sing the praises of cruises, and they are many: balconies with sea views, towel friends appearing on the bed, pools to laze by, a variety of eateries to choose from, organised fun, bars a-plenty, obliging crew and much more. Show More Summary

Tips for staying on the ship: port days onboard can be a great choice

Just like a really good resort or hotel, a cruise ship is more than simple accommodation. Not only does it move with you to each destination for ultimate convenience, but it also provides entertainment, eateries, activities and plenty of places to relax and enjoy oneself. Show More Summary

Travel With Visionaries Steve Forbes, Dan Rather & Steve Wozniak on the Seabourn Odyssey

Better brush up your dinner conversation skills, because you could be mingling with some of the world’s most interesting men on your next Seabourn cruise. Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, Forbes Media Chairman and Editor-in-Chief Steve Forbes, and... via JustLuxe.com

A Star is Born: Viking Cruises Celebrates the Launch of the World's Newest Luxury Ship

Marking the first new cruise ship line to launch in a decade, Viking Ocean Cruises has just christened its first ship, the 930-passenger Viking Star. The ceremony was held in the ship’s homeport of Bergen, Norway as part of a citywide celebration... via JustLuxe.com

Virgin Cruises Taps Sunny East Coast City as Its First Port

In December, we told you about the new Virgin Cruises that are slated to arrive in 2020, 2021 and 2022. Yesterday morning, the Virgin Group announced that its first port... via JustLuxe.com

5 Luxury Nudist, Swingers & Exhibitionist Cruises to Explore Your Sexy Side

Nudist travel is on the rise. While Europeans have always been more comfortable with their au naturel bodies, Americans have been much slower at adopting a... via JustLuxe.com

Off-the-Beaten Path Destinations for Superyacht Adventurers

When the warm waters are calling, many superyachts can be seen glazing the waters around the Greek Islands, anchoring off the coast of Italy and gilding playfully across the Caribbean. These trendy destinations all boast brilliant blue-flag beaches, pu... via JustLuxe.com

P&O Cruises to Debut New Luxury Ships Pacific Eden and Pacific Aria in November

P&O Cruises’ Pacific Aria and Eden will debut this November with fresh, luxury upgrades. The new ships, which will be unveiled at the Sydney Harbour, will include new restaurants and bars, u... via JustLuxe.com

Regent Seven Seas' $10,000-a-Night Suite Comes With a Spa & Round-Trip Airfare

I’m not much of a cruise fan. That being said, Regent Seven Seas’ $5,000-a-night (per person) suite might just be the only reason I’d consider going on one in 2016. With 3,875 s... via JustLuxe.com

Chef Thomas Keller Takes His Magic Touch to Seabourn Ships This Fall

Celebrated chef Thomas Keller has partnered with Seabourn to take his award-winning cuisine to the high seas. Offering a range of dishes for the ships, Chef Keller will develop his cuisine for Seabour... via JustLuxe.com

Seabourn Adds Zodiac Shore & Kayak Excursions to Trip Offerings

This summer, Seabourn will be adding new Zodiac and kayak shore excursions to their list of offerings. Called Ventures by Seabourn, the trips will journey on three Northern Europe voyages and wil... via JustLuxe.com

Celebrity Cruises Takes Exclusivity A Step Further With Their Suite Class Options

Last week, Celebrity Cruises published a video tour of their Suite Class tier which offers guests a more exclusive and indulgent way to enjoy the high sea. And it looks pretty great.... via JustLuxe.com

Tom Harper River Journeys is Calling Travelers Back to Egypt With Their New 12-Day Excursion

For centuries, Egypt has had to battle with various wars, leaving tourists uneasy about visiting. In 2011, the Sinai Insurgency began and many crossed from their potential travel plans. While their current confl... via JustLuxe.com

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