Star Collector Cruise Voyages

Back to Back Cruises with FREE Laundry

Star Collector Voyages combine some of our most popular cruise itineraries for a more in-depth exploration of each region. Featuring longer voyages of 13+ days and few repeated ports, take advantage of your time here and unpack only once. Travel the world spending more time sampling exotic cuisines, immersing yourself in new cultures, and discovering perspectives that open your heart and return home with a soul fulfilled.

All Star Collector Voyages feature FREE daily laundry, so you can travel light and come home with a well-traveled suitcase and one less chore.

Lisbon to Barcelona - 51 Days

Accomplishments of a lifetime deserve vacations of a lifetime, and this 51-day day cruise spanning the length of the Mediterranean is a perfect reward for milestones big and small. Depart from Lisbon and sail down the Atlantic side of the Iberian Peninsula where you’ll learn terroir secrets and the long history of sherry aging and sample dry, bready “fino” and dark, nutty “oloroso” sherries in the countryside outside Cadiz, Spain. Admire colorful mosaics and detailed stone latticework as you learn about kings and caliphs tied to the Moorish palace of the Alhambra above the port city of Almeria. Wander a medieval castle in Catania and learn how geology and nearby Mount Etna carried this coastal fortification nearly a mile inland. Listen to a private concert and attend an exclusive dinner among the towering pillars of the Celsus Library in the ruins of Ephesus, Turkey in our complimentary Destination Discovery Event. Wander the ancient baths, markets and forum at the excavated archaeological site of Pompeii. Stroll between century-old olive trees and vineyards surrounding an old French farmhouse outside Sanary-sur-Mer, then sample wines and olive oils in the intimate company of winery staff. Your epic odyssey ultimately concludes in the Catalonian capital of Barcelona, where you can board a cable car bound for Montjuïc Castle, or wind your way along Las Ramblas, an iconic, pedestrian mall lined with tapas bars, small shops and kiosk vendors. It’s an ideal way to find your own space to sip Catalonian Grenache red wine and reflect on your journey while tourists, shoppers and families flow by your table.

Complimentary Destination Discovery EventKusadasi: Evening in Ephesus

Vancouver to San Juan - 39 Days

Take the full measure of the Americas as you explore North America’s vibrant West Coast, Central America’s man-made and natural wonders, and South America’s colonial and pre-Colombian legacy. Dine and sip your way down the U.S. West Coast, treating your palate to fine wines, flavorful microbrews and tastebud-thrilling Baja Med cuisine. Discover amazing nature sanctuaries from Jacques Cousteau’s favorite Sea of Cortez to Costa Rica’s wildlife-rich jungles. Cross the Panama Canal as only a small ship can, with the great gates looming up above. And investigate everything from Mayan ruins to colonial capitals, breathtaking beaches to remote Indian villages.

Begin your Caribbean quest in Barbados with the magic of Harrison’s Cave before heading to Bequia to hike up Mount Pleasant for amazing views. Cruise past the Pitons of St. Lucia and visit Castries Market. Guadeloupe is an idyllic Caribbean island with sparkling blue yacht-filled harbors and underwater treasures attracting the likes of Jacques Cousteau. In St. Kitts, visit Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park. Stroll past gingerbread cottages in search of celebrities and explore “The Baths” of Virgin Gorda, huge boulders that form underground pools and caverns. Cruise to Puerto Rico to take in El Morro in Old San Juan, visit the Dominican’s protected natural park of Isla Catalina, and see Santo Domingo, one of the oldest cities in the Caribbean. Spend a relaxing day at sea en route to Santa Marta, the romantic Colombian city that’s home to Simon Bolivar. In Cartagena, enjoy a late night departure to fully explore the 400-year-old walls that once repelled pirates and now exclude cars. Prepare for a finale in Colón, where you can discover the inner workings of the Panama Canal.

Sail among the evergreen reaches of British Columbia’s unspoiled Inside Passage. Gaze awestruck as Alaskan glaciers rumble and calve beneath the glassy surface of Misty Fjords and Tracy Arm. Admire California’s rugged coastline as you indulge in flavorful alder-smoked salmon paired with aromatic Columbia Valley Rieslings or fresh oysters and tart, Los Carneros sparkling wines. Linger late among the Portland skyline, sampling strawberry and raspberry notes in Willamette Valley Pinot Noirs, and watch the evening fog roll into Sausalito over a plate of fresh crab. This deliciously detailed 22-day cruise offers ample time for wandering waterfronts, mingling in farmer’s markets and rediscovering Alaska’s wild frontier history.

Yokohama (Tokyo) to Vancouver - 28 Days

Spend 27 exhilarating days on both sides of the International Date Line among North American wildlife like bears, moose and caribou, calving glaciers in the Tracy and Endicott Arms, and stunning Japanese parks including the crater lake in Akan National Park in Kushiro. Your memorable Pacific port stops include Vancouver, Canada, 11 visits throughout Alaska and the Aleutians, and the final three stops on the other side of the international date line in Kushiro, Miyako, and Tokyo, Japan.

A perfect blend of antiquity and artistry, this 14-day cruise sails from the ancient ruins of Athens and makes a dozen port stops in Greece, Italy and France before disembarking among the contemporary architecture and gleaming, cosmopolitan wonders of Barcelona, Spain. Stroll the narrow streets inside the concealed medieval walls of Monemvasia, Greece and take an exhilarating tour of Corsica’s narrow winding coastal roads outside Calvi, France. From the Greek and Roman funerary steles - ancient marble reliefs depicting venerable people engaged in everyday life - to the vibrant and radiant impressionist paintings and dizzying mosaics of Antoni Gaudí’s Barcelona architecture, this is an ideal journey for passionate historians, art lovers and all seeking unforgettable cultural immersion.

Start your South Pacific adventure at the sunny beaches of Papeete before setting off to Bora Bora for world-class snorkeling in crystal-clear lagoons. Get a taste of the Cook Islands in Rarotonga—boasting palm-studded white-sand beaches, lush jungles and the glistening waters of Muri Lagoon. Niue charms visitors with its friendly locals, pristine beaches, coral reefs and mystical caves. Escape to the remote and rarely visited port of Vava’u, Tonga where unspoiled waters offer snorkelers and divers encounters with a variety of sea life and visibility exceeding 100 feet. Discover Savusavu’s lovely black pearls and Suva’s British colonial buildings and farmer’s market.  See colonial homes, visit Nadi Temple, or take a relaxing mud pool bath in Lautoka. Upon arriving in Port Vila, sample the fresh seasonal fruit at Mama’s Market, relax at pristine Jade Beach, or take the boat to Tranquility Island to visit the Hawksbill Turtle Sanctuary. More adventure awaits on the approach to Tanna, and see Mount Yasur, which erupts daily, wild horses roaming free, and untouched underwater caves. Continue to Lifou’s Jokin Cliffs and Jinek Beach at Ile de Pins, known for its tall native pine trees, turquoise waters full of colorful coral, and white-sand beaches.  Noumea, once the World War II headquarters for the U.S. military in the South Pacific, offers magnificent beaches and incredible views from its string of stunning bays. Reflect on your Polynesian adventures, relax and recharge as you cross the Coral Sea en route to Cairns, Australia—gateway to the Great Barrier Reef.

The allure of the Adriatic beckons to both new and seasoned travelers for its unspoiled shorelines and panoramic vistas. While the views from Santorini’s turquoise-topped domes are among the most celebrated in the world, don’t linger long or you’ll miss sailing on a catamaran to the volcanic islands of Nea Kameni and Palea Kamini, or even hiking above the famous steaming, sulfurous volcanic vents. Graze on lightly toasted Monopoli bread topped with roasted peppers and tangy, tobacco-flavored sundried tomato paté, which pairs perfectly with Puglia’s full-bodied Salice Salentino DOC red wines. Soar skyward as a cable car carries you to the sweeping vistas high above the red, terracotta-topped buildings of Dubrovnik, Croatia. Discover the beauty and cultural heritage interwoven with Zadar’s ‘white gold’ Pag lace, then test your skills at lacemaking under the guidance of a skilled Croatian artisan. Walk along the Venetian-styled piazzas of Venice -- romantic settings for countless films -- or float along the narrow canals as you’re serenaded by a gondolier. Sample Montenegro organic olive oils at a family-run estate in the rural countryside outside the village of Tici. Your cruise eventually winds around and up the Italian western coastline to Rome, the former center of ancient Western Civilization. Wander between the arches and broken walls of the Colosseum, or walk among the dead in the narrow corridors in the Catacombs of Rome. Before considering airline connections or adventures on other continents, toss a coin from your right hand over your left shoulder into the Trevi Fountain, so that you’re guaranteed to revisit the charms of the Italian capital in your near future.

Indulge in a relaxing, 3-week transition from Caribbean tropical drinks and spicy grilled chicken to Old World tawny ports and cumin-infused Moroccan lamb shanks during this globetrotting cruise that combines a relaxing transatlantic crossing with lesser-traveled stops throughout Portugal, Morocco and Spain’s remote Canary Islands. Savor high seas coffee breaks and conversations with the Captain. Sample ports and favorite local Portuguese wines in storied wineries not far from Portimao Harbor in Southern Portugal. Spend an evening ashore during an overnight port stay in Funchal, where you can wander the cobbled streets of the Old Town, learn the importance of Madeira wines in the age of cannon and sail, and taste traditional teas, flakey scones, and sweet cakes at the storied Hotel Reids. Ride camels through the lunar-like landscape surrounding volcanic Fire Mountain near Lanzarote in the Canary Islands. Discover how argan oil is handcrafted and pressed by skilled Moroccan artisans, then lose yourself among the din and rich aromas in the open-air Berber market of Souk Al Had. After thousands of nautical miles this exceptional journey eventually concludes in Lisbon, where you’re surrounded by antique winery barrel barges, sidewalk cafés, and famed yellow trams waiting to take you to famed Alfama District haunts or uncrowded neighborhood vistas.

Combine a classic Atlantic Ocean crossing with unforgettable visits to Caribbean small ports, Lisbon’s Gothic landmarks and the gateway to the Panama Canal during this far-ranging, 25-day cruise between Central America and Portugal. Gaze out from the crenelated battlements of Lisbon’s Belém Tower, a Tagus River fortification that greeted returning Portuguese seafarers for centuries. Curl up with a favorite book while planning a week’s worth of massages and indulgent spa treatments during your Atlantic crossing. Swim, snorkel or SCUBA among vibrant aquatic wildlife at the Bonaire National Marine Park. Taste the shredded beef, cumin-infused richness of Colón’s Ropa Vieja, a unique and popular breakfast and dinner meal throughout this busy Panama Canal seaport.

An Atlantic crossing offers abundant opportunities for catching up on reading, spa treatments and indulging in important passions that you keep putting off, like organizing to-do lists or outlining that manuscript you always plan to complete. You’ll also be fully rested and ready to explore Lisbon’s prominent landmarks like the alabaster-like Belém Tower, the elaborate grounds of the Jerónimos Monastery or the quiet corners of a wine bar serving fruity Vinho Verde or countless golden, nutty-nuanced port wines. Take an Andalusian-style side trip to Seville and discover often-overlooked Moorish influences in the medieval architecture throughout the 2,200-year-old city. Soar to the top of The Rock of Gibraltar and gaze down on one of the busiest and most strategic sea. Even if it’s cloudy, you’ll still be captivated by the hundreds of Barbary macaques, the last surviving wild monkey population in Europe. Study Cubist co-founder Pablo Picasso’s sculptures, sketches, engravings and paintings in detail near his birthplace in Málaga. Stroll the weathered 14th century flagstones and admire the circular, Gothic-themed architecture of Bellver Castle near Palma de Mallorca. This restful adventure concludes across the historic Balearic Sea in Barcelona, where you can stay up late to dance among the vibrant night life or sit down for amazing toasty tapas and seafood paellas among the countless cafés and airy sidewalk bars.

Barcelona to Rome - 17 Days

Indulge in unhurried pleasures among steep coastal cliffs, tiny vineyards and romantic villages throughout the Rivieras and Western Italy during this 17-day, autumn cruise. During the fall winemakers are racking fresh wine into barrels, and new olive oils are sampled for the first time. Stroll uncrowded avenues and discover fresh, distinctly nutty porcini mushrooms served fresh on pastas and sautéed into tapas at sidewalk cafés, browse open markets and inhale the fall aromas from ripe apples, plump grapes and early season citrus. Test your luck in a Monte Carlo casino, hike the desolate Crateri Silvestri on the southeast slope of Sicily’s Mount Etna, and learn about Malta’s noble heritage inside the precipitous medieval walls of 4,000-year-old Mdina — The Silent City.

Europe’s summer days are longest and most scenic along the coastlines of Scandinavia, Russia, Scotland and Iceland. Discover this unique seasonal beauty as fjords and pristine archipelagos meander past your cabin window late into the evening twilight. Pedal past tree-lined streets and pastel-painted homes in the archipelago town of Mariehamn, a Finnish island capital where nearly 90% of residents speak Swedish. Sample reindeer sausage or try fresh, tart lingonberries paired with smooth and velvety local ice cream in Helsinki’s numerous eateries and cafés. Stay overnight in St. Petersburg near the opulence and alabaster elegance of the Winter Palace, or test your endurance among Hermitage Museum’s three million exhibit items, a display tally second only to the Louvre. Master the Estonian art of fine chocolate confectionaries as you create mouthwatering truffle fillings under the tutelage of a Master Confectioner in Tallinn’s Rottermann Quarter. Admire expansive waterfalls and Norwegian natural settings as you wander among quiet, fern-topped cabins in the misty village of Hellesylt. Examine Iron Age artifacts near the craggy, windswept expanses surrounding the village of Lerwick, in the Shetland Islands, or sit with a frothy pint of ale among locals in a wood-paneled pub. Your extensive exploration of Northern Europe concludes in Reykjavik, with its steaming fissures and brooding volcanoes. Browse Edward Munch sketches and local artists’ works at the National Gallery of Iceland or discover a quiet café and drink in the warmth of fresh coffee and sincere Icelandic hospitality.

Crane your neck skyward to catch glimpses of rare birds and primate flittering among Lembar Lombok’s jungle canopy. Brush by colorful trinkets and clothing among the cluttered confines of Probolinggo’s tiny shops. Sip fruity tropical beverages with smoldering Mount Bromo as a backdrop. Meander between exhibits and precious archaeological artifacts inside the cool galleries of Jakarta’s National Museum of Indonesia. Inhale the fragrance and wonder among the largest collection of orchids in Singapore’s Botanic Gardens. Learn firsthand about the struggles for independence in former North Borneo during an intimate and personalized tour of Kota Kinabalu’s Heritage Walk. Grip the reigns of a water buffalo among rice paddies near Boracay in the Philippines. Then snorkel and drift between pristine coral reefs and vibrant-colored schools of tropical fish off the shores of the Hundred Islands. Your adventure concludes beneath Hong Kong’s sparkling skyline, where you lose yourself among the world’s best shopping opportunities, or admire the views of Victoria Harbour from either the precipitous Peak Tower or aboard a tour boat transiting the busy shipping channels.

Embark on your personal Homeric odyssey as you sail from Athens, cradle of Western Civilization, and explore the islands and shorelines throughout Greece, Asia Minor, Croatia and Italy. Board a small Mykonos boat and explore the remote temples and amphitheater on uninhabited Delos, a sacred place where ancient Greeks honored the mythical birthplace of Apollo and Artemis. Discover authentic preparation techniques for fried Greek meatballs and tart, creamy tzatziki under the guidance of a Rhodes taverna chef. Walk in the steps of ancient kings as you inspect the living quarters, storerooms and archaeological exhibits throughout the Palace of Knossos near Agios Nikolaos. Catch a Zadar sailboat bound for a 5th century fishing port on the island of Ošljak and pristine archipelago stops in the Adriatic Sea. This delicious and delightful journey concludes among the canals and piazzas of Venice, where you can experience the classic and timeless romance of being serenaded by your gondolier along the Noale or Grand Canals that connect over 100 tiny islets throughout the Venetian city.

Complimentary Destination Discovery Event • Kusadasi: Evening in Ephesus

Begin your adventure on the sunny beaches of Papeete then set sail for the crystal-clear lagoons of breathtaking Bora Bora. Rarotonga is an up-and-coming foodie destination with white-sand beaches skirted by palm trees, dense jungle forests and inviting waters in Muri Lagoon. Niue charms visitors with its friendly locals, pristine beaches, coral reefs and mystical caves. Escape to the remote port of Vava’u, Tonga where unspoiled waters  with visibility exceeding 100 feet offer snorkelers and divers encounters with manta rays, turtles, spinner dolphins. Discover Savusavu’s energetic waterfalls, rainforests and exotic black pearls. Suva offers a change of pace with multicultural cuisine, broad streets, and bustling farmer’s market. In Lautoka, experience more outdoor markets and a mud pool bath. In Port Vila, Vanuatu don’t miss Mele Cascades waterfall, Jade Beach and a visit to the turtle sanctuary. Have your camera ready on the approach to Tanna, where Mount Yasur erupts daily, wild horses roam free, and untouched underwater caves beckon. Take time to relax at Lifou’s Jokin Cliffs and Jinek Beach in New Caledonia. This fossilized coral atoll is the center of traditional Melanesian culture. Mare is known for its turquoise waters full of colorful coral, white-sand beaches, and tall native pine trees. Your amazing voyage concludes in Noumea, the World War II headquarters for the U.S. military in the South Pacific with magnificent beaches and incredible views from its string of beautiful bays.

Embark on your Atlantic adventure in Copenhagen, a fairytale city filled with palaces, parliament, and the palate-pleasing tastes of Tivoli Gardens before cruising to breathtaking fjords in Geiranger, Norway. Bergen brings an opportunity to overnight and visit colorful Bryggen, the old Hanseatic wharf and UNESCO site. In Hellesylt, a waterfall divides the UNESCO town in two, Sunnylvsfjorden boasts restored hillside farmhouses and incredible hiking. Enjoy the Art Nouveau city of Alesund and explore Lerwick, the Shetland Islands’ only town with abundant marine life, tiny ponies and windswept cliffs. Kirkwall, in Scotland’s Orkney Islands, takes you back to a 5,000-year-old village, offers a chance to sample peat-distilled whisky, and visit the UNESCO site of the Ring of Brodgar, dating back to 2700 B.C. Visit the traditional turf roof villages of Torshavn and shop for distinctive knit wool sweaters in Denmark’s Faroe Islands. Iceland brings the eclectic architecture and vibrant art scene of Reykjavik, the glaciers and calderas of Snæfellsjokull National Park, and Heimaey Island’s modern-day Pompeii. Cross the Labrador Sea to discover Newfoundland, Canada with one of North America’s oldest settlements in St. John’s, an 11th century Viking settlement in L’Anse Aux Meadows, and the 10,000 year old glacier-carved Bonne Bay teaming with moose, caribou, Arctic hare and ptarmigan. Grab a donair (meat-filled pita) in Halifax. Then set sail for New England, visiting Acadia National Park, near Bar Harbor, Maine, the marine life rich Cape Cod Canal, and finally New York City with its iconic sites from the Empire State Building and Times Square to Central Park and the Statue of Liberty.

Bridgetown to Oranjestad - 14 Days

Begin in Barbados with a visit to the fairyland magic of Harrison’s Cave before setting sail for the French-Caribbean splendor of Martinique, where Empress Josephine spent her childhood. In St. Lucia enjoy shopping in the bustling capital of Castries, scenic Morne Fortune, and an overnight on Pigeon Island with plenty of beach time and a chance to visit the majestic volcanic Pitons. Follow your nose through the aromatic open-air markets of beautiful St. George’s on the “Isle of Spice.” Enjoy the exclusive Signature Beach Party on Mayreau and walk up Mount Pleasant to witness the amazing view from Fort Hamilton on Bequia. Swim with sea turtles in Tobago Cays Marine Park and listen for the conch beckoning fishing boats home. In Soufriere, feel the heart and soul of St. Lucia when you stroll by street vendors and hike to secluded waterfalls. Bonaire begs you to bring binoculars for bird watching — from flamingos to native parakeets to Amazon parrots. Savor the pastel colors of Old Town Willemstad and explore the limestone formations and ancient petroglyphs of Hato Caves. Complete your voyage in Aruba where you can relax and take in some of the Caribbean’s best beaches or play dominoes with locals.

Puerto Caldera to Bridgetown - 18 Days

Enjoy three extraordinary vacations in one: A Caribbean beach escape, a historic Panama Canal transit, and a Costa Rican rainforest adventure. Watch Wind Star’s billowing white sails unfurl as you sail between small-ship exclusives like Bequia and Mayreau. Join the parade of ships entering the Panama Canal, with plenty of room on deck and quick access between vantage points. Step off a Zodiac onto a private beach fragrant with roasting barbecue and bursting with possibilities. And discover Costa Rica’s incredible biodiversity as you hike deep into the rainforest with thick humus muffling your footsteps and undiscovered species tantalizingly close.

Bask among the Caribbean’s favorite beaches and attractions before relaxing on a transatlantic crossing so you’re rested and ready for European excursions. Throttle up as tropical greenery and natural beauty sweep past your ATV near Monterrat’s Foxes Bay. Float down a refreshing river on a tube near Roseau, Dominica. Dive among coral, crab, cowfish and clown wrasse in a pristine marine reserve with professional guides near Casteries, St. Lucia. Lift a paddle blade as you explore St. George’s unclouded coastal waters in a clear-bottomed kayaking adventure. Stroll the halls of Pagerie Habitation near Martinique’s Anse Mitan, the former childhood plantation of Empress Josephine before she left for France and married Napoleon. Board a private sailboat bound for a remote bay for secluded swimming and snorkeling paired outside of Les Saintes, Guadeloupe. With so many excursions available, this cruise is a perfect way to transition into the relaxing days during your crossing to Lisbon, Portugal.

Bridgetown to Bridgetown - 14 Days

Enjoy two weeks indulging in the yachting lifestyle as you explore new ports each day throughout the delectable Caribbean Islands from Barbados. Visit more enticing places over the course of your voyage, and stay late into the evenings allowing for in-depth adventures. Point the bow to yachting favorites like Pigeon Island, St. George’s, and Bequia. Go places that appear on very few Caribbean cruise itineraries like the modern-day Pompeii of Montserrat. Enjoy two of  Windstar's exclusive Signature Beach Parties and two Signature Onboard Barbecues.

Begin in Colón by exploring the engineering wonder of the Panama Canal. In Bocas del Toro, soak up the laidback atmosphere and colorful clapboard houses before heading to Isla San Andres to swim with puffer fish and sea turtles at the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Snorkel and kayak with dolphins in the ocean playground of Roatan, and sample baleadas and pastilles with delicious Honduran coffee. Visit the howler monkey sanctuary in Belize City and explore the ancient Mayan ruins of Chacchoben on Costa Maya. Discover Cozumel’s Chankanaab, an eco-park with underwater caverns home to dolphins, manatees, and sea turtles. Wander the Mayan Temple of El Meco on Isla Mujeres and experience Grand Cayman’s energetic art scene, with over 250 practicing artists. Explore Cayman Brac’s island-long bluff with caves, secluded beaches, and lush forests, and reach for the incredible Reach Falls from Port Antonio, Jamaica. Visit the Caribbean’s oldest city and largest botanical garden in Santo Domingo and discover white-sand beaches ringed by coral reefs on Isla Catalina. In Virgin Gorda, swim in the underground pools known as “The Baths,” and complete your journey with Dutch treats and French delicacies in the “Cuisine Capital of the Caribbean,” St. Maarten.

Lisbon to St. Maarten - 21 Days

Days of bliss crossing the Atlantic are followed by the carefree spirit of the Caribbean. You can look forward to doing what you want when you want all under the care of your ship’s attentive crew. Order room service for breakfast in bed or find a quiet corner to curl up with your book and drift to sleep with the rocking of the ship. Arrive in St. John’s refreshed and energized to introduce yourself to each unique port of call. You’ll want to keep a journal to savor your memories of pristine beaches, sparkling clear waters, friendly people and charming towns like Gustavia and Les Saintes enough to beckon you back another time.

St. Maarten to St. Maarten - 14 Days

Skip the usual Caribbean cruise stops and discover the small harbors, overlooked havens and most remote secrets among the Leeward Islands. Whether you’re looking for hidden shops, sampling new cuisine or seeking a local place to sip rum cocktails over the melodic beat of steel drums, this highly personalized adventure is an intimate opportunity to familiarize yourself with the lesser-known charms of Les Saintes, Anse Mitan, Pigeon Island and much more.

Ditch the rushed cacophony of everyday life for a more relaxed tempo that leaves you in Lisbon feeling rested and refreshed. This 3-week cruise through the Caribbean and across the Atlantic is the perfect means of reconnecting with friends and loved ones during relaxing sea days and unforgettable shore excursions. Take a scenic drive to Harrison’s Cave near Bridgetown.  Snorkel the clear waters around St. George’s or Bequia, and watch the dramatic twin Pitons grow as you approach St. Lucia. When you arrive well rested in Lisbon, you’ll be ready to wander Moorish castles, sample rich red port wines and take in the busy seagoing sites along Portugal’s historic Tagus River.

Swim, snorkel and sunbathe through nearly a dozen Caribbean island stops prior to a relaxing transatlantic crossing to the Azores Islands and Portugal. Kick back with family, catch up on favorite books and indulge in extra spa appointments throughout your ocean crossing. Explore Azores Island waterfalls, verdant parks and historic colonial sites like the Palacio dos Capitaes Generais. Once on European shores, take a Lisbon tram to coastal hills overlooking the Atlantic, then sit down for a tangy dish of local bacalhau, a fish-and-rice dish prepared with eggs, olives and potatoes, or arroz de marisco, a Portuguese twist on paella.

Bridgetown to Barcelona - 23 Days

Ideal for anyone seeking equal portions of relaxing time at sea and port visits, this 22-day transatlantic crossing features a combination of leisurely, uninterrupted sea crossing time balanced with the best ports in the Western Mediterranean. Board in Barbados, then spend time crossing the Atlantic and enjoying the romance of sailing as you make your way to your ultimate destination. Sip port wines in Lisbon, Portugal, browse wares in the bustling Grand Souk in Tangier, Morocco, and wander the medieval cobbled streets of Tarragona, Spain.

Bird calls intermingle with primate chatter throughout the dense canopy of a Costa Rican cloudforest. Towering container ships glide past the Culbra Cut’s tiered rock slopes, formerly the most difficult stretch of the Panama Canal. Sweet rum cocktails provide cool respite on a hot white beach in Santo Domingo. Indulge in the sights, sounds and sensations of Central America and the best stops throughout the Windward and Leeward Islands of the Caribbean during this 3-week cruise through pristine rainforest preserves, relaxing beaches and one-of-a-kind tropical bars, rustic cafés and trendy boutiques.

Combine Central America’s majestic natural scenery with Caribbean small-port charms during this 2-week cruise through Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico. Learn the ecological importance of cloudforests from an engaging naturalist as you search leafy rainforest canopies for sleepy sloths, rare birds and skittering primates. Dive, swim and hike among the refreshing tropical splendors of Windstar’s Signature Beach Party on Panama’s Isla Parida archipelago. Discover the engineering challenges and triumphs during a narrated daylight transit of the Panama Canal. Sink your teeth in doughy, cheese-stuffed Arepas paired with rich, fresh-roasted artisan coffees at a Colombian café. Wander the length of El Morro’s fortress walls in San Juan, Puerto Rico, a former sanctuary for New World seafarers and daring smugglers aligned with the Spanish Empire.

San Juan to San Juan - 14 Days

Indulge your passion for nature as you seek out unique wildlife among the more than 170 bird species in the Vieques National Wildlife Refuge, or glide high into the trees in an open-air gondola above a Pigeon Island rainforest reserve on St. Lucia. Take SCUBA lessons in St. George’s, then swim with sea turtles and schools of gleaming fish, or snorkel through a myriad of ascending geothermal bubbles off Champagne Beach in Dominica. Browse one-of-a-kind handmade jewelry, local artwork and unique island apparel in the brightly-painted shops of Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. Take in trendy boutiques and find that perfect silk top or summer dress in Gustavia, St. Barts. Sip tangy, rum-infused fruit cocktails among the effervescent nightlife of countless cantinas or find your own secluded corner of a quiet beach for extended moments of reflection. No matter how you decide to explore, every moment of this memorable Antilles adventure is time well spent.

While many European cruises focus on voyages in either the north or south of Europe, this 18-day journey sets a course for the extraordinary, touching small ports and famous landmarks throughout Europe, with ample time to explore cultural contrasts and culinary indulgences. Sail from Portsmouth across the channel to Bruges, where you can wander canal-lined cobblestone streets and sample decadent Belgian chocolates and exceptional ales from storied Trappist breweries. Explore German D-Day defenses and World War II armaments in Cherbourg, France. Meander amid the green, windswept expanses of El Ferrol and sip tart, Galician wines paired with warm Empanada, a rich pastry stuffed with salt cod, scallops and clams. Browse silks, handmade leather and polished brass trinkets among the colorful clutter of market stalls in Casablanca. Discover the delicious differences between biologically aged and oxidatively aged Sherries during wine tastings in Cadiz, the centuries-old epicenter of the Sherry world. Stay out late in Seville during an overnight port stay and sample tapas paired with robust, spicy red wines and rhythmic flamenco music. Ride to the top of the Rock of Gibraltar and take in the views of the busy shipping traffic and the distant African continent. Your remarkable journey concludes in cosmopolitan Barcelona, where you can wander among vendors and street performers, Las Ramblas, or make your way to the summit of Carmel Hill, to admire Antoni Gaudi’s colorful mosaics, distinct sculptures and unique architecture at Park Güell.

The sunny beaches of Papeete warmly welcome you to the start of your South Pacific adventure before setting off to Bora Bora for world-class snorkeling in crystal-clear lagoons. Get a taste of the Cook Islands in Rarotonga—an up-and-coming foodie destination and natural playground. Niue charms visitors with its friendly locals, pristine beaches, coral reefs and mystical caves. Taveuni offers unspoiled waters where snorkelers encounter soft coral reefs. Discover Savusavu’s abundant waterfalls, rainforests, and beautiful black pearls. Explore Suva’s British colonial buildings and farmer’s market. Upon arriving in Port Vila, feel the mist of Mele Cascades waterfall, or hop on the boat to Tranquility Island to visit the Hawksbill Turtle Sanctuary. Excitement ensues on the approach to Tanna, where Mount Yasur erupts daily, wild horses roam free, and untouched underwater caves await. The World War II headquarters for the U.S. military in the South Pacific, Noumea features magnificent beaches and incredible views from its string of beautiful bays.  Cross the Coral Sea en route to Cairns and experience the magnificence of the Great Barrier Reef. Cooktown charms visitors with its quaint fishing community, pristine beaches and tropical lagoons, while Thursday Island offers an introduction to the indigenous Torres Strait Islanders. Cultural exploration continues in Yirrkala, an Aboriginal artisan city where you’ll find bark paintings, weaving and Didgeridoos. In Darwin, don’t miss Mindil Beach, Kakadu National Park, and Crocosaurus Cove. Cross the Timor Sea to Kupang, Indonesia where friendly locals delight in showing their tenun ikat woven cloths. Expand your idea of color upon entering Ende Flores, the launch point to visit Mount Kelimutu volcano and Blue Stone Beach. Wildlife lovers prepare to be amazed in Loh Liang. This UNESCO World Heritage Site and Biosphere Reserve is home to nearly 6,000 Komodo Dragons, orange-footed scrub fowl, Timor deer, Dugong sharks, manta rays, whales, dolphins and sea turtles. The finale in Benoa does not disappoint. Bali’s spectacular beauty, calm waters and small village atmosphere is a taste of pure paradise. Don’t miss the view of Bali Volcano from Batur Caldera and be sure to bring home some of the island’s beautiful Batik.

Roam between the broken monoliths and columns in the Roman Forum, Western Civilization’s former epicenter. Gaze across Catania’s umber-hued, terracotta-tiled skyline to the steaming summit of Mount Etna as you sample authentic Sicilian dishes like densely textured handmade pasta topped with aromatic variations like sundried tomatoes, golden-brown dried grapes, fresh basil and minced garlic. This exquisite cruise around Italy’s Apennine Peninsula is abundant in opportunities to explore the lesser-known landmarks and narrow ancient streets of sleepy villages throughout the central Mediterranean. Sip citrus-sweet limoncello from frosty glasses while locals haggle over the proximities of their bocce balls on nearby gravel courts. Land at the tiny port of Lipari in the Aeolian Islands north of Sicily, and explore a Norman Castle built in medieval times, or master the art of Sicilian-style pizzas as you combine local ingredients into your own culinary creation. Step inside the cool and shady Romanesque splendor of Kotor Cathedral in Montenegro, or venture to the nearby pedestrian-only village of Perast and sample sweets recreated from Baroque-era recipes. Capture the Old World ambiance of Split’s Diocletian Palace in the right light during a hands-on photo tour with an award-winning international photojournalist. Your delightful journey concludes in Venice among romantic gondolas and exquisite Italian architecture, where you can reflect on your cruise memories as you float canals or search for last-minute souvenirs small, family-owned artisan shops featuring handcrafted glassware and ornamental metalwork.

Listen for Edinburgh’s One-o’clock gun, the same one captains used to set their sailing ship clocks, then set sail for the Scottish fishing village of Ullapool, a highly regarded debarkation point for Highland wildlife enthusiasts, moorland backpackers and heathland naturalists. Raise an amber dram of whisky in a Glasgow distillery, chased by a pint of dark, stout ale inside Dublin’s Guinness Storehouse. Learn Welsh traditions in the tiny coastal village of Fishguard and discover seaweed-rich laverbread, meat-filled shepherd’s pies and cheesy Welsh rarebit. Wander the Tower of London and see the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace. Bike beside Bruges’ placid canals and colorful parks. Sample freshly-made ice cream from Jersey cows near St. Helier in the Channel Islands. This magnificent journey eventually concludes among the colorful shops and one-of-a-kind restaurants in Lisbon, Portugal. Take a side trip to explore Pena Palace, a captivating and colorful architectural monument to the Romanticism, or stay local and sample Ports and Madeira as the nearby Tagus River gently flows toward the Atlantic

New York City to Bridgetown - 18 Days

Start your adventure off with a bang in the bustling boroughs of New York City. Savor the urban culture of a favorite neighborhood or visit the must-see sights of Central Park, The Empire State Building, Times Square and The Statue of Liberty. Overnight in Philadelphia to visit the Liberty Bell and the Declaration of Independence while overnighting in Charleston allows time for the French Quarter, the Magnolia Plantation and Rainbow Row. Then it’s off to the Caribbean to delight in Bimini’s beaches and underwater beauty and Samana’s untamed Los Haitises National Park, home to two endemic mammal species. Puerto Rico offers a chance to see Old San Juan’s El Morro fortress and Vieques’ 20+ beaches, wild horses and exotic trees. Discover two cultures (Dutch & French) in Philipsburg, St. Maarten/St. Martin. In Montserrat’s Little Bay, witness the “Pompeii of the Caribbean,” a town literally swallowed by a volcano. Dive into Roseau’s bubbly waters of Champagne Beach and Morne Trios Pitons National Park. Take in St. Lucia’s majestic volcanoes, and gorgeous St. George’s 40 beaches on the “Isle of Spice.” Finish your memorable adventure on Barbados in the mystical Harrison’s Cave.

Montreal to San Juan - 23 Days

The sugary, cinnamon sweetness of a doughy beavertail pastry overwhelms your taste buds as you stroll along the cobblestones throughout Old Montreal’s Parisian-themed shops, cafes and brasseries. Relax on a scenic horse-drawn carriage ride or savor buttery-rich lobster among Bar Harbor’s brightly painted boutiques and galleries. Amble along New York’s Central Park serpentine paths, or take in the skyline from a departing Staten Island Ferry bound for the Statue of Liberty. Sample regional wines from Long Island, Finger Lakes, and Hudson River Valley in a Manhattan wine shop. Brush the gray armor plating of USS Wisconsin’s imposing 16-inch guns on Virginia’s Elizabeth River, or admire more than 450 fragrant rose flowers at the Norfolk Botanical Garden. Then relax and break out your shorts and light cotton shirts for the sea days leading up to the warm beaches and mangrove mysteries in Bimini and Samaná. Your journey culminates in San Juan’s Old City, within walking distance of El Morro’s scarred fortress walls. Wander the storied streets where traders plied their wares or made idle chatter about the tobacco trade and worrisome pirates. Order a potent rum drink at a raucous neighborhood pub or request a fruit cocktail from a quiet, sundrenched table overlooking the harbor. It’s a perfect way to cap the unforgettable experiences on this extensive Atlantic Seaboard odyssey.

Find the best of the worlds of relaxation, discovery and travel. Let yourself unwind on the transatlantic days at sea, reading, taking advantage of the WindSpa and Fitness Center amenities, making new friends and feasting on new culinary delights and personal favorites. Arrive in Barbados refreshed and ready to discover the wonders the Caribbean Islands invite you to experience. Find the UNESCO sites of Historic Bridgetown and the Garrison, full of historical significance. Let the nutmeg aroma fill your senses as you wander the spice markets of Grenada, Discover the graceful flamingos on the beaches of Bonaire and pick your favorite carved door in Aruba. Come on a journey of do as you please when you please and create authentic and unforgettable experiences along the way.

Experience the best Western Mediterranean ports in detail during this 15-day cruise through Monaco, France, Spain, Gibraltar, and Portugal. Stroll among opulent casinos, high-end boutiques, and historic Formula One landmarks in Monte Carlo. Sip wormwood-based absinthe in the French village of Antibes outside of Cannes. Or meander among the dusky walls and long shadows in Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter, taking in the aromas, sights and sounds of the Catalonian heart of Spain.

Explore the finest small ports in Scotland, Norway, and the Faroe Islands (Denmark) before circumnavigating Iceland on this 18-day summertime adventure from Edinburgh to Reykjavik. Your first 11 days cover the shorelines of Scotland and Norway, stopping off to see Denmark’s Faroe Islands. The following week explores Iceland’s majestic fjords, imposing volcanoes and remote rocky reaches. Discover the challenges faced by Iron Age communities near Kirkwall, Scotland, sample almond ring cake and other Norwegian culinary delights at a historic farm near Bergen, Norway, and kayak among sea birds and urban artistry in Alesund, Norway. Iceland excursions include flights above waterfalls and volcanoes on Heimaey Island, detailed archaeological examinations of a medieval farm near Seydisfjordur, and relaxing moments immersed in the natural geothermal waters of the Myvatn Nature Baths outside Akureyri.

Bangkok to Tokyo - 47 Days

Take the full measure of East Asia’s charms on this 47-day voyage as you lounge on the spectacular beaches of the Philippines, sample Malaysia’s delectable cuisines, explore China’s treasure trove of history, and take in Japan’s stunning shrines and gardens. Rare ports like Ko Kut, Thailand, and Tamano, Japan, alternate with leisurely overnights in exotic favorites like Phuket, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Manila and Busan. With just enough sea days to let you catch your breath (never more than two in a row), this port-intensive journey shows you Asia as few ever see it.

Embark on your epic South Pacific journey in Papeete where sunny beaches and shopping await. Pace your Polynesian adventures with days at sea in between remote ports like Fakarava with its Biosphere Reserve, Rangiroa with its incredible snorkeling and Motu Mahaea, where you’ll spend the day on a private island enjoying a barbecue lunch and tropical drinks. Huahine offers lush forests, quaint villages and Maeva archaeological sites while Moorea brings the chance to hike the majestic Three Coconut Trail or visit dolphins in their native habitat. An overnight in Bora Bora means world-class snorkeling by day and a private feast with native fire dancers by night. Rarotonga boasts palm-studded white-sand beaches, lush jungle forests, Muri lagoon and an opportunity for foodies to try local delicacies. Visit with friendly locals in charming Niue and experience over 100 feet of visibility snorkeling or diving in Vava’u, Tonga. Hike to waterfalls in Savusavu and stroll the shabby-chic main street full of eclectic watering holes and lively restaurants. Explore Suva’s broad streets, British colonial buildings and multicultural cuisine and make time for a relaxing mud pool bath in Lautoka. Dive into the crystal clear waters of Yasawa-I-Rara Island, feel the mist of Mele Cascades waterfall in Port Vila, and visit the Hawksbill Turtle Sanctuary on Tranquility Island. Excitement ensues on the approach to Tanna, where Mount Yasur erupts daily, wild horses roam free, and untouched underwater caves await. The adventure continues at Lifou’s Jokin Cliffs and Jinek Beach in New Caledonia. Ile de Pins offers turquoise waters, colorful coral, white-sand beaches, and tall native pine trees, Noumea impresses with magnificent beaches, gorgeous views and World War II history and New Caledonia, Fiji and Vanuatu will give glimpses into Melanesian cultures that have been around for tens of thousands of years.

Rich with evocative history, unique culture and distinct cuisine, today’s Iberian Peninsula is the result of a complex confluence of civilizations. Contrast this extraordinary region with the rest of Southern Europe during this 18-day cruise spanning nearly the length of the Mediterranean Sea. Admire Moorish architectural influences in the walled port of Cadiz as you compare bready and clear regional ‘fino’ sherries with sweet, ‘cream’ sherries. Soar skyward in a gondola to the scenic vista atop Gibraltar summit. Gaze up at the towering walls of the Alcazaba of Almería, a formidable Moorish fortress overlooking the tiny Andalucian port. Peruse the works of Gaudí, Dalí, and Picasso throughout Barcelona’s museums, galleries and exhibitions. Pair authentic Italian cuisine with lip-puckering Limoncello adjacent to a bustling piazza or quiet, cobblestoned Amalfi side street. Witness the power of geologic instability as you travel inland to explore Catania’s Castello Ursino, a Medieval-era castle initially built on Sicily’s coastline 800 years ago. Float across the mirrored surface of an underground lake in the Caves of Diros far below Gythion, Greece. This exceptional journey concludes in Athens among the shadows of the towering Acropolis, where you can raise a glass of anise-scented ouzo among the company of family and friends.

St. Maarten to St. Maarten - 56 Days

Explore the depth and breadth of the Caribbean on this 56-day odyssey, from tiny yachtsmen’s favorites to glitzy celebrity getaways, historic colonial towns to the incredible Panama Canal. Go cave tubing in Belize and windsurfing off Bonaire. Snorkel with friendly sea turtles and rays in waters as clear as glass. Climb the battlements of colonial forts and the arrowhead peak of Gros Piton in St. Lucia. It’s the ultimate cruise, circling the Caribbean discovering the brilliant colors, textures and fascinating history found here.

Papeete to Singapore - 59 Days

Iconic ports are punctuated by hidden gem ports on this 59-day voyage through the South Pacific. Snorkel and swim your way from Polynesia to Australia and Bali delighting in the sapphire lagoons of Bora Bora, Rarotonga, Tonga and Ile de Pins while you encounter manta rays, turtles, spinner dolphins and visibility exceeding 100 feet. Discover diverse cultures from traditional Fijian villages with East Asian influence to Australia’s Aboriginals and Java’s mountain dwelling Tengger people who are said to be descendants of the Majapahit princes. Sample local curry, French fusion, fresh fish ceviche and earth-oven baked banana pudding. Erupt with excitement witnessing volcanoes such as Mount Yasur, Mount Bromo, Mount Batur and Krakatoa. Cross the Coral Sea en route to Australia where you’ll cruise the Great Barrier Reef—one of the world’s seven wonders. Wildlife lovers prepare to be amazed in Loh Liang, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Biosphere Reserve that is home to nearly 6,000 Komodo dragons. After adventures in Indonesia, extend your stay in Singapore to visit the UNESCO Botanic Gardens, Little India and Chinatown before toasting a Singapore Sling to the trip of a lifetime.

Indulge in delicious meals, breathtaking scenery and unforgettable excursions during this epic 65-day cruise that explores Alaska, British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, California, Mexico, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, and many memorable Caribbean ports. From calving Alaska glaciers to steamy Colombian jungles, this grand journey covers more than 60 degrees of latitude, but Windstar touches like the Watersports Platform and daily complimentary laundry service keep you relaxed and ready for adventures. Explore Mayan ruins, taste California wines, transit the Panama Canal transit, sport fish in the Sea of Cortez, soar into Costa Rica’s lush rainforest, shop Mexico’s open markets and relax on white Caribbean beaches during this unique journey.

St. Maarten to St. Maarten - 17 Days

Savor grilled chicken marinated in tart lime blended with hot chilies and fragrant ginger. Calypso melodies backed by the warm, bright pulse of steel drums. This 17-day Caribbean cruise throughout the Lesser Antilles islands is rich in sensory indulgences that go beyond orange sunsets and whispering palm fronds tousled by trade winds. Set sail from Philipsburg’s pastel-painted shops and boutiques to Antiqua’s horseshoe-shaped Falmouth Harbour, where you can golf, zip line or hike high above this tiny port. Swim with dolphins or ride a catamaran that takes you from Tortola’s Soper’s Hole to Norman Island, the inspirational setting for Robert Lewis Stevenson’s Treasure Island. Dance or dine late into warm evenings during later stays in Antigua and St. Barts. Seek out green turtles, a shipwreck and brightly colored tropical fish from the windows of a semi-submersible near Gustavia’s St. Barts Marine Park. Drift by the Buried City ruins of Plymouth near Little Bay. Grab a tube and float gentle river currents near Roseau. Ascend into the green rainforest canopy on an aerial tram near Casteries, St. Lucia. Snorkel among coral, small shellfish and dizzying tropical fish schools near Bequia. This remarkable journey concludes in Philipsburg, St. Maarten, where you can shop Front Street’s designer fashions, or take a tour of St. Maarten Island and taste distinct French cuisine like foie gras and escargot paired with Burgundian wines.

Make the most of every European moment during a delightful journey that touches on 11 countries throughout the north and west. Walk among the restless, unrelenting push of prevailing westerly sea breezes that ruffle the Galician vineyard vines today but protected El Ferrol and the Castle of San Felipe from centuries of seafaring invaders and blockades. Explore the shadowy recesses of German bunkers, detailed World War II exhibits and heart-rending memorials in St.-Malo, France. Indulge in deliciously decadent cheeses from world-renowned Jersey cow dairies outside St. Helier on the Channel Islands. Admire classic masterpieces in Bruge’s famed Museum St. Janshospital, then sample rich Belgian chocolates and tart Trappist ales. Ride sturdy bikes along Amsterdam’s cobblestone paths, past quiet canals and open markets, before snacking on salty fish paired with sharp pickles and aromatic onions at local herring carts. Make a leisurely transit of the Kiel Canal, tracing pastoral Eider Plain farmland, and enjoy perspectives inaccessible to large conventional cruise ships. Sip coffee paired with mouth-watering chocolate desserts in Copenhagen’s scenic Tivoli Gardens, among stalls and pavilions that have been around since 1843. Linger amid Russia’s largest French art collection and the Faberge Coronation Easter Egg during an overnight in St. Petersburg. This exploration of the Atlantic and Baltic coastlines concludes among the modern splendors of Stockholm, where you can marvel at the restoration of a 17th Century warship and other maritime exhibits in the Vasa Museum, learn about human advancements at the Nobel Museum, or sample the delicate flavors of Gravlax, thinly-sliced dill-cured salmon at one of the innumerable charming waterfront cafés.

Explore sundrenched beaches, windswept cliffs, and celebrated canals along the Iberian Peninsula. Portugal beckons with achingly beautiful fado folk music, creating the soundtrack of your days exploring twisting alleyways, outdoor cafés, towering sea cliffs, and sampling local Port and Madeira wine on an overnight in Funchal. Reminiscent of its namesake, witness the whistled speech of locals in the Canary Islands, visit the lush cloudforest of Garajonay National Park and feel the sand between your toes at San Cristóbal de La Laguna and Teide National Park. Journey north to soak up Morocco’s eccentricities—from goats in trees (really), to the vibrant colors and scents of exotic spices in the storied souks of Agadir. Make your own pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela in Spain and discover the beauty of Mont St. Michel with a stop to sample the famed French oysters of Cancale. Explore Norman villages in search of the famous Bayeux Tapestry, a “Memory of the World,” or take in war history at the D-Day beaches of Normandy. Your adventure concludes with a toast to fine Belgian beer and chocolate in Bruges, and exploring canals while cycling the museum-filled streets of Amsterdam.

Start your expedition in historic Old San Juan with the imposing façade of El Morro fortress. In the Dominican Republic, enjoy Isla Catalina’s gleaming white-sand beaches ringed by coral reefs and Santo Domingo, one of the oldest cities in the Caribbean. Revel in the romantic Colombian city of Santa Marta and enjoy a late night in Cartagena with extra time to explore the historic UNESCO site of La Capital and wander the brightly colored streets. Behold the engineering feats of the Panama Canal. From Colón to Puerto Caldera, attend onboard presentations from local naturalists to make your trip even more meaningful. In Panama’s Pearl Islands and Isla Parida, discover beautiful beaches, amazing flora, fauna and some of the world’s best big game fishing. Known for its biodiversity, Costa Rica brings a chance to explore the lush coastline of Golfo Dulce, get an adrenaline rush ziplining or horseback riding in Bahia Drake, search for monkeys, sloths and toucans in Quepos’ Manuel Antonio National Park, fish or surf Jaco Beach near Bahia Herradura, and take an excursion to Monteverde Cloudforest or Tortuguero National Park from Puerto Caldera. 

Much like the Irish blessing, the road, fjords and emerald scenery rise up to meet you throughout this 16-day cruise to historic Northern European ports, emerald-topped cliffs and unspoiled Norwegian fjords during visits throughout Ireland, the Isle of Man, Scotland, Norway, and Denmark. Sip a rich and frothy stout and take in Dublin’s skyline from the Gravity Bar. Float past lonely Scottish castles, serrated coastal cliffs and seemingly endless windswept heaths. Ride deep into the Norwegian wilderness aboard the scenic Flam Railway. Spiral skyward in the hoofsteps of royalty inside Copenhagen’s Rundetaarn, a 17th century observatory built for horses and carriages and host to horseback rulers like Czar Peter the Great.

Barcelona to Athens - 20 Days

Discover magic moments unique to extended port stays during this 20-day cruise tracing the sundrenched coastlines and reclusive ports throughout Spain, Italy, Malta, Greece and Turkey. Wander along the long the curved walls of circular Bellver Castle outside Palma de Mallorca, or dine on tapas made from toasted bread topped with salty hams, capers, anchovies and more. Board a private Amalfi boat bound for the Moorish port of Positano, a remote haven for artists, artisans and discerning shoppers seeking one-of-a-kind stylish apparel and accessories. Wind your way through narrow, alabaster passages intertwining the outskirts of Mykonos before stopping for refreshing Greek beers at a late-night waterfront café. Step among broken statues in the former ancient port of Ephesus and dine by moonlight by the towering columns of the Celsus Library. Delve into the legendary labyrinth of the mythological Minotaur below the Minoan Palace of Knossos. Follow the aroma of fresh breads and local wines throughout the flagstone arterials of the tiny medieval village of Monemvasia. This remarkable extended odyssey ends in Athens, where you can revisit the Parthenon at the top of the Acropolis or seek out savory gyros, dolmades and keftethes among the dozens of eateries and cafés throughout the thriving capital.

Complimentary Destination Discovery Event • Kusadasi: Evening in Ephesus

Barcelona to Venice - 15 Days

Discover the culture, history and cuisine on both sides of the Italian peninsula during this 15-day cruise of the Adriatic, Ionian, Ligurian and Tyrrhenian seas. This back-to-back cruise is ideal for optimizing shore excursion time in Italy, Croatia, Montenegro, Monaco, France, and Spain. Stroll through Roman ruins in Rovinj, Croatia, sample olives and smoked hams at a centuries-old family farm in Montenegro, or savor an unforgettably romantic evening dinner at Château Eza in Èze 1,400 feet above the beaches of the French Riviera.

Reykjavik to Dublin - 18 Days

Savor 19 days of sailing and adventures among the northern latitudes of Ireland, Isle of Man, UK, Norway, Faroe Islands (Denmark) and Iceland in this exceptional journey featuring 15 stops in diverse and scenic settings that range from remote fishing villages to bustling seaports. Wander the windswept northern Scottish reaches once inhabited by Iron Age families outside of Kirkwall. Watch nesting sea birds and listen to the calls of grey seals along the coastline of Spanish Head on the Isle of Man. And step inside the Rosenkrantz Tower at Saint Mary’s Church in Bergen, recognized as the finest example of Romanesque architecture in Norway. In Reykjavik, Iceland you can visit the stately white Höfdi House where Ronald Regan and Mikhail Gorbachev discussed peace in 1986 before sampling Icelandic meat soup at the Viking World Museum.

San Juan to San Juan - 14 Days

Whether you’re passionate about swimming among rarely seen undersea wildlife or the intricate cultures and intertwined European histories of the Windward Islands, this 2-week cruise offers the best combinations of charm, island heritage and natural beauty. Shop unique designer apparel in St. Barts, where you’ll discover a fashionable confluence of high-end brands normally associated with places like Madison Avenue, but displayed in an ambiance that’s anything but intimidating. Stare in wonder at the glow from miniscule bioluminescent organisms stirred by your kayak paddle during a tour of the Fajardo Bio Bay nature reserve near San Juan. Master the art of cooking with distinct spices like nutmeg, cloves, and allspice in authentic Caribbean cuisine while taking direction from a highly-skilled native chef in Philipsburg. This Caribbean getaway is the perfect duration for lovers of island life and those who want to spend more time exploring the Windward Islands overlooked by other cruise lines.

Drift the Singapore River and ponder side-by-side contrasts and cultural splendors between silver skyscrapers, green gardens and squat, red-roof family shops. Stay late with the locals among the palms and neon-lit restaurants and nightspots throughout Phuket’s Patong Bay. Walk along the shady stretches of the Kuala Lumpur Forest Eco Park, one of Malaysia’s oldest forest reserves and the only tropical rainforest within a city of nearly two million souls. Explore the Dutch Trail and Malacca’s oldest surviving structures, including the 1511 ruins of Porta de Santiago. Watch rare tropical birds warily tread near massive Komodo lizards, the largest living amphibians on the planet, in Loh Liang’s Komodo National Park. This exceptional journey concludes in Benoa, Bali, where you can wander wide, sandy beaches, sample shrimp and snapper in the shade of a thatched-roof coastal restaurant, or make your way inland to watch dances near the elaborate Hindu sculptures in Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park.

San Diego to Puerto Caldera - 15 Days

Mexico and Costa Rica await as you sail from San Diego to the storied waters of the Sea of Cortez. Sip smooth, wood-aged artisanal Jalisco reposado and añejo tequilas distilled from local family distilleries. Learn about sea turtle habitats and the effects of human encroachment during a visit to a Loreto sanctuary. Wander among the shadowy stone recesses of 3,000-year-old Izapa Mayan ruins. Before this remarkable 15-day journey ends you’ll have opportunities to snorkel among puffers and yellow butterfly fish near Costa Rican beaches and venture inland to dense and misty cloudforests, unique havens for almost 20 percent of our planet’s butterfly species.

From the moment you arrive in the 3000-year-old city of Athens, dive right into ancient history at the Acropolis Museum. The voyage begins with a stop in Nafplio—one of the most romantic cities in Greece. Climb 999 steps to the Palamidi Castle or visit the UNESCO site of Epidaurus, where people travel hundreds of miles to be healed. Iconic Mykonos is a charmer with whitewashed churches and thatch-roofed windmills and the mythical birthplace of Apollo is just a ferry ride away. A visit to Kusadasi, Turkey means a chance to see Ephesus—one of the greatest outdoor museums in the world. The wonders continue with the sacred isle of Patmos where St. John wrote the Book of Revelation. Breathe in the beauty of Santorini with spectacular cliffs rising from the deep azure sea and visit Bronze Age excavations at the UNESCO site of Akrotiri. Monemvasia boasts churches dating to the 12th century and Milos teases the palate with delicious fresh seafood and sparkling white sands sans crowds. Cruise the dramatic Corinth Canal, only accessible to other private yachts and Greek mail steamers. Visit the historic site of Delphi where the Oracles were read and Delphi Archaeological Museum featuring the country’s finest works of art. Explore the beautiful beaches of Fiskardo and step back into the Crusader days in the walled city of Valletta, Malta. Cruise on to Sicily’s charming village of Giardini Naxos nestled in one of the world’s most beautiful bays and take your pick of UNESCO World Heritage Sites from Sorrento, including the archaeological areas of Pompeii and Torre Annunziata, or the 4th century B.C. city of Herculaneum. Ponza provides a welcome respite to relax with locals in this laid back one street island town before arriving in the metropolis of Rome to visit the Vatican, St. Peter’s Square, the Trevi Fountain, the Roman Forum and a host of other ancient relics.

Start off with a splash in Aruba at some of the Caribbean’s best beaches. Then it’s off to Colombia for romantic Santa Marta’s museums full of pre-Colombian gold and Cartagena’s 400-year-old walls with stories to tell. Relax at sea en route to Bocas del Toro and soak up the laidback atmosphere full of colorful clapboard houses. Hop over to Costa Rica’s Puerto Moin to sample cashews and access amazing national parks before a partial transit of the Panama Canal on beautiful Gatun Lake. Once in Colón, head to the jungle to meet Embera Indians or take an aerial tram ride through the rainforest canopy.  On Isla San Andres, swim with puffer fish and sea turtles at the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Enjoy a day at sea before snorkeling, kayaking or swimming with dolphins in the ocean playground of Roatan and don’t forget to sample baleadas and pastilles with delicious Honduran coffee. In Belize City, visit the howler monkey sanctuary then travel north to Costa Maya to explore the ancient Mayan ruins of Chacchoben. Appreciate the 600-mile-long Mesoamerican reef one more time in Cozumel by adventuring into Chankanaab, an eco-park with underwater caverns home to dolphins, manatees and sea turtles.

Set sail from Barbados to a hiking opportunity on Bequia’s Mount Pleasant, then on past the UNESCO Pitons of St. Lucia.  Swim Guadeloupe’s sparkling blue waters and appreciate the view from Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park in St. Kitts, search for celebrities in St. Bart’s and swim in the underground pools of Virgin Gorda. Take in Puerto Rico’s El Morro, visit the Dominican’s Isla Catalina, and see Santo Domingo, one of the oldest cities in the Caribbean. Revel in the romantic Colombian city of Santa Marta and enjoy a late night departure in Cartagena to witness the walls that once repelled pirates and now exclude cars. Visit Kuna Indians in their San Blas Island village and behold engineering feats of the Panama Canal. Discover white sand beaches, amazing flora, fauna and some of the world’s best big game fishing in Panama’s Pearl Islands and Isla Parida. Known for its biodiversity, Costa Rica brings a chance to explore Golfo Dulce’s lush rainforest in search of monkeys and toucans, Bahia Drake’s adventures of zip-lining and horseback riding, Quepos’ famous Manuel Antonio National Park, Bahia Herradura’s excellent fishing and surfing at Jaco Beach, and Puerto Caldera’s access to Monteverde Cloudforest and Tortuguero National Park.

Lautoka to Papeete - 22 Days

Tahiti’s Society Islands warmly welcome you to the South Pacific with sunny beaches, shopping and the spirited city of Papeete before you set off to Bora Bora for world-class snorkeling in crystal-clear lagoons (don’t forget your camera and underwater casing). Get a taste of the Cook Islands in Rarotonga—an up-and-coming foodie destination and natural playground boasting palm-studded white-sand beaches, lush jungle forests and the sparking waters of Muri Lagoon. One of the smallest countries in the world, Niue charms visitors with its friendly locals, pristine beaches, coral reefs and mystical caves. Discover Savusavu, “the hidden paradise of Fiji,” with abundant waterfalls, hiking trails, rainforests and beautiful black pearls. The shabby-chic main street features eclectic watering holes, a bustling market, and lively restaurants. Explore Suva, the capital of Fiji, with its broad streets, majestic British colonial buildings, farmer’s market, lush, green parks and multicultural cuisine. The Fijian finale of Lautoka, nicknamed Sugar City for its plentiful sugar cane, offers a stroll down tree-lined streets to see colonial homes, experience outdoor markets and absorb the cheerful culture. Be sure to save time for a relaxing mud pool bath or a visit to Nadi Temple.

Papeete to Lautoka - 22 Days

Papeete warmly welcomes you to the Society Islands with its sunny beaches and lively shopping experiences before it’s time to sit back and relax into the pace of island life with a day at sea as you set sail for Fakarava, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve with a diverse ecosystem. If heaven were a place on Earth, Rangiroa could be it—snorkel the huge lagoon surrounded by coral and filled with colorful fish, rays, and dolphins. Next spend the day on the private island of Motu Mahaea where a barbeque lunch, tropical drinks and more snorkel opportunities await. Anchor off Huahine and discover this best kept secret with lush forests, quaint villages and Maeva archaeological site. Moorea brings the chance to swim, kayak, hike the majestic Three Coconut Trail or visit dolphins in their native habitat. Then it’s off to Bora Bora for world-class snorkeling in crystal-clear lagoons and an overnight complete with a private feast and native fire dancers. Get a taste of the Cook Islands in Rarotonga—an up-and-coming foodie destination and natural playground boasting palm-studded white-sand beaches, lush jungle forests and the sparking waters of Muri lagoon. One of the smallest countries in the world, Niue charms visitors with its friendly locals, pristine beaches, coral reefs and mystical caves. Next escape to the remote port of Vava’u, Tonga where unspoiled waters offer snorkelers and divers encounters with manta rays, turtles, spinner dolphins and visibility exceeding 100 feet. Discover Savusavu, “the hidden paradise of Fiji,” with abundant waterfalls, hiking trails, rainforests and beautiful black pearls. Explore Suva, the capital of Fiji, with its broad streets, majestic British colonial buildings, farmer’s market, lush, green parks and multicultural cuisine. The Fijian finale of Lautoka, nicknamed Sugar City for its plentiful sugar cane, offers a stroll down tree-lined streets to see colonial homes, experience outdoor markets and absorb the cheerful culture. Don’t forget to save time for a relaxing mud pool bath or a visit to Nadi Temple.

Barcelona to Lisbon - 15 Days

Whet your appetite for adventure over a plate of hot tapas and glasses of Garnacha red wine in the recesses of Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter. Venture into the rolling hills beyond the beaches of glamourous St. Tropez and wander the medieval village of Grimaud, the rustic feudal holdings of the famed Grimaldi family centuries before they seized nearby Monaco. Indulge in a long lunch at an uncrowded sidewalk café in Antibes or Nice, sampling French dishes of Charolaise beef tartare, duck confit and garden-fresh salad greens paired with blended table wines from the Côte du Rhone or bright rosés from Provence. Walk the red stones trod upon by ancient orators in the Roman Theatre of Cartagena. Ride horseback through pine forests and forgotten farmhouse ruins in the Mijas Mountains near Málaga. Soar in a gondola high above the beaches and terracotta tiled roofs to Gibraltar windswept summit. As the cruise ends among Lisbon’s fountains and yellow cable cars, seek out a neighborhood wine shop and raise a chilled glass of white Algarve wine or an aged local port to new friends and cherished memories.

Rome to Lisbon - 17 Days

Sip red wines and savor tapas, pastas, rich cheeses and aged hams throughout Portugal, Morocco, Spain, France and Italy. You’ll spend 15 memorable days exploring tiny rustic villages, historic fortified ports and contemporary architecture in Tangier, Ibiza, Barcelona, Palma, Mahon, Portoferraio, Rome and more. Kayak along the stunning coastline of Mallorca and bike from Portoferraio to Enfola, Elba in Italy.

Uncover the distinct and authentic culinary advantages of pairing specific olive oils with various Italian dishes under the guidance of the Maître d’hotel inside Portofino’s landmark Splendido Hotel. Roll the dice in a Monte Carlo casino or stroll along the narrow streets and tight corners on one of the most famous race courses on the Formula One circuit. Seek out the charming medieval village of Bormes Les Mimosas or the narrow cobbled streets of Old Town Antibes. Glide past walled gardens and centuries-old orange groves as you take a precipitous driving tour along the winding Golden Corniche through the French Riviera. Meander between the high columns and dust-covered scaffoldings of the Sagrada Família Cathedral in Barcelona, the largest unfinished Roman Catholic Church in the world. Or set out for tapas and riojas hours after sunset, when the aromas and din from lively bars and cafes intensify with the arrival of epicurean pleasure-seekers. There, among the ceaseless trilingual convergence of English, Spanish and Catalonian, you’ll find no better place to raise a glass to the satisfying indulgences on this Mediterranean adventure.

From mesmerizing steel-drum bands to unforgettable spicy chicken smoked and grilled in recycled oil drums, this 18-day tropical adventure offers extraordinary experiences in Costa Rica, Panama, Columbia and the Caribbean. Wander among Willemstad’s colorful, gabled store façades and narrow streets. Snorkel or SCUBA amid Bonaire National Park’s dizzying and colorful schools of fish. Sample endless variations of St. Maarten’s mouthwatering marinated ribs. Take in the entire Panama Canal during a narrated daylight transit. Depending on which direction you travel, this exceptional cruise can add a land tour to either conclude or begin your adventure among fragrant rare orchids concealed in the leafy shade of 300-year-old trees in Costa Rica’s Monteverde Cloudforest.

Oranjestad to St. Maarten - 14 Days

There is no better remedy for winter blues and early spring fever than this 14-day cruise throughout the Caribbean’s best southern ports and beaches. Ride horses in the Aruba surf. Sip cactus liqueur at a one-of-a-kind Bonaire distillery. Explore the Hato Caves on Curaçao, which were former 200,000-year-old coral reefs long before the island’s earliest human inhabitants transformed them into primitive homes. Dive among vibrant schools of fish off Grenada at Boss Reef or Purple Rain Reef, or take a SCUBA lesson in St. George’s warm waters. Sail off in a catamaran to a Tobago shopping getaway at the village of Scarborough. Golf 18 holes on the green fairways of Cap Estate near Castries, the only golf course on St. Lucia. Paddle a clear-bottom kayak on a guided tour through the scenic waters off Les Saintes in Guadeloupe. Throttle up on 4-wheel ATVs through cane fields and country dirt roads near St. Kitts. Swim with tame dolphins not far from Virgin Gorda. This remarkable Caribbean cruise concludes in Philipsburg, St. Maarten, where you can tour former America’s Cup sailboats, browse city art galleries and studios, or sit back at a cool café and sample spicy, smoky island creole cuisine like jambalaya, or pair a chilled fruity rum cocktail with warm memories of new friends.

Blend the best Northern Europe cities with Norway’s unforgettable vistas and natural beauty on a 2-week cruise through Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Russia, Denmark and Norway. Sip traditional kali, a tart, dark and bubbly Estonian refreshment made from fermented rye bread, in a small café in Tallinn’s Old Town. Savor an enchanting evening of classical music and ballet in an ornate, centuries-old theater during an overnight stay in St. Petersburg, Russia. Inhale the arboreal aromas of a Norwegian forest high above a fjord during a ride on the famous Flam Railway. Glide past tumbling waterfalls and sheer precipices in Geirangerfjord and admire the serene beauty of Sognefjord, Norway’s deepest and longest fjord.

Start your journey in Reykjavik, the world's most northerly capital, where 24-hours of summer sunlight extend your chance to explore the city’s eclectic architecture and soak in the Blue Lagoon. Grundarfjordur offers the glaciers and calderas of Snæfellsjokull National Park and Heimaey Island is the site of an eruption that is considered a modern-day Pompeii. Cross the Labrador Sea to discover Newfoundland, home to some of North America’s oldest settlements and the 10,000-year-old glacier-carved Bonne Bay home of plentiful moose and caribou. Shop the boardwalk in Halifax, then, set sail for New England, visiting Acadia National Park, near Bar Harbor, Maine, the Cape Cod Canal, and bustling New York City. Explore the Vanderbilt mansions and sample fresh seafood in Newport, Rhode Island and embark on the same shores as the Mayflower in Provincetown, Massachusetts. Transit the Canso Canal and head to picturesque Charlottetown, the inspiration for Anne of Green Gables on Prince Edward Island. In Quebec, enjoy remote wilderness and North America’s largest gannet colony near Perce Rock in Gaspé, overnight in beautiful and historic Quebec City, and finish your voyage in Montreal, the creative capital of Canada with lovely terraced cafés.

Hong Kong to Tokyo - 22 Days

This 22-day cruise through Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and China offers an ideal introduction to the best travel destinations throughout Asia. Admire the quiet symmetrical grace of Mount Fuji as you ride an aerial ropeway up a mountain to the Kunozan Toshogu Shrine near Shimizu, Japan. Explore the research center at the massive Sangumburi Crater in South Korea, a geologic wonder featuring four types of distinct and remarkable forest zones within the former volcano’s caldera. Inhale the aroma of freshly crushed hops inside the century-old Tsingtao Brewery in Qingdao, China, and then take in a futuristic, high-flying Chinese acrobatic show in the bright, modern metropolis of Shanghai, China.

Benoa to Bangkok - 37 Days

Snorkel in the Komodo National Park, one of the most richly diverse marine environments in the Coral Triangle, or take a tour of the park and seek out Komodo monitors, the largest living lizards on the planet. Sample succulent mangoes paired with a refreshing cocktail in Probolinggo, Java. Drift along the Singapore River as you learn about the colonial architecture and early history of this important port. Wander among feline figurines and distinctly different cat monuments in Kuching, Malaysia. Walk the grounds surrounding Brunei’s Istana Nurul Iman, a two-million-square-foot palace with more than 1,788 rooms, making it the largest inhabited residential palace in the world. Float Puerto Princesa’s Subterranean River National Park in the Philippines, an exceptional limestone cave system that was recently recognized by UNESCO as one of the New Seven Wonders of Nature. Your journey concludes in Bangkok, Thailand, where you can dine on traditional and familiar Thai foods or try new temptations like spicy-sweet Chinese sausages—or even dare to sample red ant eggs from street vendors.

Bangkok to Hong Kong - 25 Days

Savor fresh gourmet seafood and sweet tropical fruits among the rainforest canopy near Thailand’s Ko Kut. Roll along in a rickshaw past temples and busy Malacca markets. Seek out rare birds, butterflies, and animals in a Malaysian lowland rainforest in Langkawi. Delight in the mouth-watering cashew chicken or simply inhale the spicy aromas wafting from a crowded vendor stand in Phuket. Step aboard a local outrigger in Coron bound for the best snorkeling destinations in the Philippines. Your journey concludes among Hong Kong’s brightly illuminated shops and busy streets, among families and savvy travelers perusing unsurpassed bargains from around the world.

Begin your 30-day, 3,000+-mile journey from Canada to the Caribbean in Montreal, the creative capital of Canada. An overnight in Quebec City allows time in one of North America’s oldest and most beautiful cities. Explore Gaspé’s wilderness area and Charlottetown’s waterside boardwalks. Transit the Canso Canal to Halifax with its 200-year-old fishing village. Bar Harbor brings the beauty of Acadia National Park and Provincetown is the proud home to the Mayflower landing. Watch for wildlife in Cape Cod Canal before sailing into Newport, the host city of America’s Cup. New York City is next with its 5 famous boroughs and iconic attractions. Overnight in Philadelphia and visit Charleston’s celebrated City Market. Then it’s off to the Caribbean for Bimini’s beaches (Hemingway’s favorite escape), Samana’s untamed Los Haitises National Park, San Juan’s Spanish El Morro fortress and Vieques’ 20+ beaches. Discover Roseau’s bubbly waters of Champagne Beach and Morne Trios Pitons National Park. Take in St. Lucia’s majestic volcanoes, and the “Isle of Spice” in the gorgeous city of St. George’s. End your magical adventure in Bridgetown’s Harrison’s Cave.

Start your journey in Cairns, wandering the Esplanade, exploring Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park, Daintree National Park, and visiting the quaint fishing community of Cooktown before cruising one of the world’s seven wonders—the Great Barrier Reef. Thursday Island offers a wet landing and an introduction to the indigenous Torres Strait Islanders. Cultural exploration continues in Yirrkala, an Aboriginal artisan community where bark paintings, weavings and Didgeridoos abound. In the cosmopolitan city of Darwin, don’t miss Mindil Beach, Litchfield National Park and Kakadu National Park, and Crocosaurus Cove—home to turtles, water buffalo and saltwater crocodiles. Cross the Timor Sea to Kupang, Indonesia where friendly locals delight in showing their tenun ikat woven cloths. Wildlife lovers prepare to be amazed in Loh Liang; this UNESCO World Heritage Site and Biosphere Reserve is home to nearly 6,000 Komodo dragons, manta rays, whales, dolphins and turtles. Benoa instantly entrances visitors with Bali’s spectacular beauty, calm waters, small village atmosphere and Batik artistry. Savor satays and secluded beaches in Kepulauan Seribu, and Pantara Island. Conclude your Indonesian adventure in Singapore by exploring the Botanic Gardens, Chinatown and Little India.

Venice to Rome - 18 Days

Discover the Adriatic, Ionian, Ligurian and Tyrrhenian seas during this 18-day cruise around the Italian peninsula as you explore ports in East Italy, Croatia, Montenegro, West Italy and France. Kayak along Dubrovnik’s old city walls, swim or snorkel in Kotor Bay in Montenegro and make your own Sicilian-style pizza on Lipari Island. Explore the ruins of Pompeii as you gaze skyward toward the summit of Mount Vesuvius, and savor tangy mulberry gelato in the shade of the Roman walls that still protect the 3rd  century village of Taormina near Messina.

Singapore to Bangkok - 26 Days

Set sail on a journey of memorable contrasts as you discover ancient traditions, sample elegant cuisines and explore breathtaking UNESCO settings in Malaysia, Brunei, China, Vietnam, Thailand and the Philippines. Indulge in diverse excursions that combine urban adventures with breathtaking natural scenery, including the fragrance of hundreds of rare orchids in Malaysia’s Kinabalu Park and the echoes of Puerto Princesa Subterranean River in Palawan. This cruise is an ideal choice for those seeking cultural immersion at places far removed from the familiar.

Indulge your senses in a 13-day island-hopping cruise that contrasts modern Mediterranean refinements with classical Greek and Roman architecture. After Barcelona’s vibrant artistry slips beyond the horizon, you’ll soon find yourself dining and dancing into Mallorca’s thriving nightlife, or venturing inland along scenic, undulating roads that host world-class training programs for Europe’s best professional cyclists. Sample local wines handcrafted from Malvasia grapes inside the rugged stone walls of Sardinia’s medieval port of Alghero. Relax on sandy beaches and explore the rural and relatively untouched surroundings outside Porto-Vecchio in southern Corsica. Imagine standing in Napoleon’s polished boots, pacing among rows of gnarled vineyard rootstock, contemplating your 300-day exile and plotting your escape from the island of Elba. Then sip tart limoncello with the locals in Ponza, a diminutive island that remains relatively unknown to anyone but the savviest Italian vacationers. Don’t forget to indulge in the honey-glazed decadence of pignolata and the countless lemony-chocolatey confections in Sicily’s sunny Messina before your odyssey concludes among the ancient ruins of Greece, the cradle of Western Civilization.

Explore small ports such as Isla Parida and Puerto Chiapas and popular landmarks like the Mayan ruins and Manuel Antonio Park in detail throughout Mexico and Costa Rica before transiting the busy Panama Canal during this 15-day journey along Western Central America. Swim, sunbathe and snorkel on remote Baja beaches, then savor Sea of Cortez sunsets over hearty Tempranillo wine from nearby Valle de Guadalupe. Sample refined agave cocktails in a vibrant Puerto Vallarta beachside bar. Experience the rarity of a daylight transit of the Panama Canal as you learn insights about the history and challenges endured throughout the construction of this maritime marvel.

Vancouver to Puerto Caldera - 25 Days

Sail from Vancouver’s Coastal Range vistas to the Pacific Coast’s warmer waters via Seattle’s famed Pike Place Market, Portland’s eccentric and artistic enclaves, San Francisco’s trendy Silicon Valley architecture and timeless Cabo San Lucas beach sunsets. Stay late for dining, dancing and exploring Portland’s Riverwalk and Sausalito’s lively waterfront. Along the way James Beard Foundation chefs will serve up culinary demonstrations and award-winning recipes. South of the border you’ll snorkel in the Sea of Cortez, shop Puerto Vallarta’s boardwalk, and seek out sleepy sloths and other rare and reclusive wildlife high in the lush canopies of Costa Rica’s cloud forests.

Singapore to Tianjin (Beijing) - 25 Days

Stroll shoulder-to-shoulder with international high-rollers among the sparkle and glamour of Singapore’s exclusive Marina Bay Sands Casino. Weave through the colorful clutter of Malaysian wares and trinkets in Kuching’s thriving Main Bazaar. Learn about ethnic Borneo traditions as you sample local warm-weather remedies and discover time-honored baking techniques. Snorkel Kayangan Lake, one of the purest lakes in the Philippines. Explore the unique tomb houses and ornate temples throughout Manila’s Chinese Cemetery. Swim, dive, or kayak on one of three developed islands in the Hundred Islands of the Philippines. Rocket skyward in the fastest elevator in the world before taking in the breathtaking perspectives from the observation deck of Taipei 101, the tallest skyscraper in Southeast Asia. Spend an evening ashore among the busy and thriving Shanghai restaurants dining on savory seafood and spicy noodles. This exceptional journey concludes in Beijing, not far from the storied gates of China’s Forbidden City, where you can visit historic temples, seek out sweeping city vistas and wander countless shops for unique gifts and memorable keepsakes.

Papeete to Papeete - 18 Days

Ideal for anyone who can’t get enough of Tahiti, this unique cruise features twice the visits to ports, so you have double the opportunities to see and experience what you love, and you can do all the things you passed up during your previous stop. It’s a top tropical pick among romantic couples, active divers and anyone in love with everything under the sun among countless blue Pacific lagoons. Dive or snorkel among vibrant and dizzying schools of tropical fish and friendly dolphins in the massive lagoon of Rangiroa, the second largest coral atoll in the world. Visit and learn about oyster pearl farming at the Anapa Pearl Farm on the west coast of Tahaa near Raiatea. Skim the turquoise Pacific waters off the coast of Bora Bora on a WaveRunner personal water craft as your guide leads you on a tour that circumnavigates the entire island, giving you expansive views of the steep jungle slopes of Mount Pahia and Mount Otemanu from all sides. Whether this is your first visit or the continuation of a lifelong obsession with this idyllic tropical archipelago, this Tahitian cruise offers double the fun, relaxation and romance.

Hong Kong to Singapore - 23 Days

Stroll among the hidden spaces, narrow passages and lush greenery along the right bank of Hanoi’s Red River. Explore the ethnic contrasts of Vietnam’s 54-recorded ethnic groups at the Museum of Ethnology, or chew on stimulating red beetle nuts among the diminutive lanes and crowded streets of the Thuy Nguyen District. Then spend an evening slurping sweet soups and shopping among clothing, accessories and ceramics in the Old Quarter’s Hanoi Night Market. Examine intricate hand embroidery and centuries-old designs with unique detailing often compared to photographs in Nha Trang. Wander the scenic grounds of the Jade Emperor Pagoda in Ho Chi Minh City, or seek new, contemporary perspectives from the 360-degree deck of Sky Deck in the tallest building in the city. Watch local rubber tappers work in a small rubber tree plantation outside Malacca, then explore charming Dutch-period brick buildings near the center of the city. Venture to the center of Langkawi and take a guided tour of a lowland rainforest that serves as a habitat for butterflies, plants and animals unique to this area of the world. This remarkable journey concludes among the vibrant city streets of Singapore, where you can shop among crowded vendor stalls or take a harbor cruise for a better view of the skyline and the triple-towered Marina Bay Sands, one of the most expensive and exclusive casinos in the world.

Discover Norwegian natural beauty, Scandinavian splendors and remote Baltic ports during this 18-day exploration of Northern Europe. Wander the cobbled pedestrian paths along aromatic cafés and captivating Estonian shops in Tallinn’s Old Town. Dine on rich, gravy-covered Swedish meatballs, or sample pickled herring paired with dill, garlic and mustard in a classic Smörgåsbord meal in Stockholm. Lean back and take in near-vertical views of sheer cliffs and tumbling veiled waterfalls throughout Norway’s Geirangerfjord and Sognefjord. Spend an enchanting evening among St. Petersburg’s sparkling city lights, and linger over Russian exhibits in the Hermitage Museum, one of the largest art collections in the world, during an overnight port stay.

Start your journey through Melanesia in lovely Lautoka, Fiji with a visit to Nadi Temple or a relaxing mud pool bath before diving into the crystal clear waters of Yasawa-I-Rara Island. Upon arriving in Port Vila, sink your teeth into fresh seasonal fruit at Mama’s Market, feel the cleansing mist of Mele Cascades waterfall, take a swim at beautiful Jade Beach, or head to the Hawksbill Turtle Sanctuary. Excitement ensues on the approach to Tanna, where Mount Yasur erupts daily, wild horses roam free, and untouched underwater caves await curious snorkelers. Take in the aromatic Mucaweng Vanilla Plantation of Lifou and the outrigger-style pirogues of Ile de Pins. Before embarking on your journey across the Coral Sea, spend the day exploring Noumea, New Caledonia, the World War II headquarters for the U.S. military in the South Pacific. Then sit back, relax and feel the calming rhythm of life at sea with no interruptions. Reconnect with yourself and your companions on sea days crossing the Coral Sea before exploring Cairns, Australia. Plan extra time to wander the Cairns Esplanade, explore the Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park, discover Daintree National Park, and experience the magnificence of the Great Barrier Reef.

Copenhagen to Montreal - 37 Days

Your Atlantic adventure begins in Copenhagen, a fairytale city and home of delightful Tivoli Gardens, on to overnight in Bergen and visit UNESCO site Bryggen, the old Hanseatic wharf. Cruise to the breathtaking fjords in Geiranger, Norway and to the UNESCO town of Hellesylt. Tour the Art Nouveau city of Alesund and Lerwick, the only town in the Shetland Islands. From Kirkwall, you will have a chance to visit the UNESCO site of the Ring of Brodgar, dating back to 2700 B.C. Have your camera ready to capture the traditional turf roof villages of Torshavn and see the impressive glaciers and calderas of Snæfellsjokull National Park, and Heimaey Island’s modern-day Pompeii. Cross the Labrador Sea to Newfoundland, home to some of North America’s oldest settlements, 10,000 year-old glacier-carved Bonne Bay and a large population of moose and caribou. Visit Acadia National Park, near Bar Harbor, Maine, transit the marine life rich Cape Cod Canal, and explore the famous Vanderbilt mansions in Newport. Sample fresh seafood in Newport, Rhode Island and embark on the same shores as the Mayflower in Provincetown. Transit the Canso Canal and head to the picturesque Prince Edward Island town of Charlottetown. In Quebec, enjoy the remote wilderness and French-styled lobster of Gaspé, savor an overnight in the beautiful and historic Quebec City, and finish your voyage in Montreal, a UNESCO City of Design with terraced cafés serving Kamouraska lamb, Arctic char and signature poutine.

Lautoka to Singapore - 44 Days

A 44-day adventure from Melanesia to Australia and Indonesia allows time for in–depth South Pacific exploration of 12 islands. Begin in Lautoka, Fiji with a relaxing mud pool bath before diving into the crystal clear waters of Yasawa-I-Rara Island. Snorkel your way through the colorful lagoons of Melanesia and encounter the World War II remnants and friendly folks in Noumea. Watch for volcanic activity from Mount Yasur, Mount Bromo, Mount Batur and Krakatoa. Tour the Cairns Esplanade and experience the magnificence of the Great Barrier Reef. Keep your eyes out for wallabies, water buffalo and turtles near Darwin. Visit the Aboriginal artisan community of Yirrkala where bark paintings, weaving and Didgeridoos abound. Cross the Timor Sea to Kupang, Indonesia where friendly locals delight in showing their tenun ikat woven cloths. Wildlife lovers prepare to be amazed in Loh Liang. This UNESCO World Heritage Site and Biosphere Reserve is home to nearly 6,000 Komodo dragons, while Benoa boasts Bali’s spectacular beauty, calm waters and small village atmosphere. Don’t forget to extend your stay in Singapore to find the UNESCO site Botanic Gardens, Little India and Chinatown.

Your journey begins in a Bridgetown, a city with Jolly Ole England flavor and two UNESCO sites before an opportunity to swim with sea turtles in Tobago Cays Marine Park. Save your appetite for the exclusive Signature Beach Party on Mayreau and feel the heart and soul of St. Lucia in Soufriere as you wander the vendor-filled streets. Savor a day at sea before bird watching for flamingos and parrots in Bonaire. Delight in the pastel colors of UNESCO site Old Town Willemstad and explore the limestone formations and petroglyphs of Hato Caves. In Aruba, laze on some of the Caribbean’s best beaches or interact with the locals while they play dominos. Romantic Santa Marta boasts coastal mountain beauty and museums full of pre-Colombian gold and jewelry while the 400-year-old walls of Cartagena invite reflections on conquistadors and plundering pirates. Relax at sea en route to the multicultural, multicolored town of Bocas del Toro, Panama where Columbus visited in 1502. Hop over to Costa Rica’s Puerto Moin to access amazing national parks, pristine beaches, and surf before a partial transit of the Panama Canal on Gatun Lake. Once in Colón, head to the jungle to meet Embera Indians or take an aerial tram ride through the rainforest canopy.

Sensory splendors abound among art, architecture and cultures throughout this region from Portugal to Morocco, Spain, Corsica and Italy.Steaming fresh spearmint Maghrebi tea fills your mouth as the din of the Kasbah’s hawkers and shoppers swirls and sweeps past you like tendrils of honey-laced tobacco smoke from bubbling Shisha pipes. Gaze skyward at intricate, stone-carved arabesque detailing across the imposing walls of Grenada’s Alhambra Palace. Trace your fingers across the smooth rock surfaces of stone circles hewn by Bronze Age artisans and rounded by centuries of weather in Southern Corsica’s Porto-Vecchio. Whether you’re traveling with family or making new friends, discoveries abound in both small ports and among familiar UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Indulge in red or white wines pressed from distinctive ansonica, vermentino and aleatico grapes and aged among Elba’s oldest stone cellars. Your journey concludes among Rome’s architectural contrasts, where you can shop for high fashion among alluring boutiques and refreshing fountains in the Piazza di Spagna, or lose yourself in reflection among the brooding limestone ruins that once defined the ancient world’s epicenter.

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