Can affordable luxury cruising get any better? Windstar has six beautiful ships – three tall sailing-style yachts and three small power ships. We love them all.
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Check out our review of Holland America’s newest cruise ship, the ms Rotterdam, for our take on the cabins, dining, entertainment, pool decks and more.
“More Bordeaux to go with your langouste sabayon?” (And maybe more French brie too?) We love the French touch on Ponant Cruises, which operates 12 small chic ships.
Holland America offers three different “Sommelier Suite” wine packages. They’ll save you up to 25%. HAL also offers decent wines by the glass, as well as 100+ wines by the bottle.
There’s nothing like an African river cruise on the “Zambezi Queen”! Wake up to grunting hippos and watch elephants at dusk while sipping champagne.
If you like your cocktails and wine (and don’t want to stress about your bill), a Holland America beverage package could save you money on your next HAL cruise.
Cruising French Polynesia is often the best way to visit these luscious islands. The two main Tahiti cruise lines are Windstar and Paul Gauguin. Which is better? Find out here!
What are the hottest new cruise ships? From the ground-breaking Scenic Eclipse II and the rebellious Scarlet Lady to the lovely Sea Cloud Spirit, these ships are making waves!