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Ultra Luxury Six Star Cruises

  • Silversea Cruises

    Italian hospitality has been raised to stellar heights on board these intimate, all-suite ships. Uncompromising service has been a byword for this company since it broke the mould of boutique-style cruising.

  • Seabourn Cruise Line

    The design of the three vessels in this fleet ensures an intimate yet sophisticated on-board lifestyle. These paragons excel when it comes to fine dining, attentive service and every creature comfort imaginable.

  • Regent Seven Seas

    This company is at the vanguard of all-inclusive cruising. Without doubt this consummate approach to decadent living at sea is the reason why many cruises sell out many months in advance.

  • Hebridean Princess:

    If ever a ship deserved its place in cruising?s hall of fame it?s this eclectic, country house at sea. The level of repeat passengers bears testimony to its sublime, on board lifestyle; little wonder Her Majesty has chartered it ? twice.

  • SeaDream Yacht Club:

    With only 112 passengers each, the two recherché vessels abound with an indulgent yet casual lifestyle. Think private yacht cruising in the most decadent rivieras and serene havens ? without the price-tag

  • Crystal Cruises

    Its two ships hold around 1,000 passengers, but deserve six stars to its superior service and top-class cuisine, some of the finest accommodations at sea, Peerless entertainment, exquisite speciality dining.

Five Star Elegance

  • Cunard

    The Cunard trio is big enough to offer plenty of entertainment options, from plays featuring graduates of Britain’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (on QM2) to standard song-and-dance revues, various kinds of live music and ballroom dancing as well

  • Celebrity Cruises

    Celebrity offers a stylish dining experience, with modern touches spicing up menus that, on the whole, are on par with other mainstream lines. Dining service is excellent, and the line’s main dining rooms are uniformly stunning across the fleet

  • Holland America Line

    With more than 135 years experience, venerable Holland America Line prides itself on its “Tradition of Excellence,” the company’s trademark slogan and its guiding principle. Holland America Line operates 14 cruise ships.

  • Azamara

    Dining is always casual and relaxed, with the main Discoveries Restaurant providing a sumptuous, multi-course dining experience, while The Patio and Windows Cafe serve up casual meals by day and night.

  • Oceania

    Since Oceania first started up, it’s put a lot of emphasis on dining — both the experience and the cuisine, the latter created by legendary chef Jacques Pépin. Like the luxury lines it emulates, Oceania doesn’t charge for any of its regular dining experiences

  • Hapag Lloyd

    Europa and Europa 2 ships represent the highest standards in luxury cruising, Europa 2 is likely to be the better choice due to itineraries spanning as few as seven days and a casual on-board ambience.

Seaworthy Luxury

If it’s seaworthy luxury experiences that travelers are after, cruise lines are increasingly coming up with ways to cater to the diverse and changing tastes of passengers.

Crystal, for one, took advantage of this year’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix to offer clients a chance to experience the Formula 1 race at the famed Yas Marina Circuit. In late November, guests partaking in the most exclusive package for the Indian Ocean Discovery sailing onboard Crystal Symphony were transported by luxury coach from the ship to Yas Island and positioned in the heart of the action with Formula One Team Paddock Club access. Participants were also able to walk the pit lane as well as enjoy premier seating, fine dining and an open bar.

Seabourn Cruise Line, meanwhile, offers an array of shoreside experiences that aim to immerse guests in the culture, history and beauty of exotic locales through its Seabourn Journeys land-based excursion program. The South Africa: Cape Town & Kruger Park itinerary, available in conjunction with Seabourn’s spring 2019 South Africa cruises. During the trip, guests will go on a multiday safari; head to the top of Table Mountain via cable car; partake in multiple game drives; and savor vino in Cape Town’s oldest wine-producing region, Groot Constantia.

Likewise, Silversea Cruises is extending its luxury offerings onto land with its new Couture Collection, exclusive five- to 11-day experiences in remote locations. The line will employ private helicopters, specially equipped cars and private planes to transport clients in comfort to far-flung destinations such as Namibia, Tibet, Antarctica, Rwanda, Iceland, Bolivia, the Australian Outback and India.