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Azamara Cruises is the boutique ships arm of Celebrity offering a high quality cruising experience on smaller deluxe ships. They now provide an almost all inclusive guest experience with concierge-style amenities and itineraries that will give access to the less-travelled ports of call.
Carnival cruises offer upbeat fun cruising with lots of activities, fast food and glitzy entertainment providing a good value cruise package. Carnival is probably the most successful of the cruise lines and attracts a younger age profile and lots of children in the holiday periods.
Celebrity is an American run operator with Greek origins that provides a high quality cruising experience on modern spacious ships. Now owned by Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity offers cruising in elegant and imaginative surroundings with good cuisine and service.
Cruise & Maritime Voyages is Britain's newest privately owned cruise line. They operate no fly cruises from a choice of 8 UK ports. With a wide choice of cruising holidays to consider, their emphasis continues to be on attaining high levels of customer satisfaction and providing attentive and friendly service standards.
Costa Cruises specialises in cruising in the Italian style with a lively and cosmopolitan ambience. Passengers are mainly European in the Mediterranean and American in the Caribbean. Now owned by the Carnival Corporation, the style and service of the Costa ships is very European with Italian style cuisine and friendly service.
Crystal Cruises offer large ship variety and facilities with small ship quality of service and cuisine. The Crystal experience is elegance and friendly personal service in a formal way. This Japanese owned but American marketed line provides a deluxe experience, top class restaurants and an excellent range of quality entertainment.
Cunard ships provide the more traditional and longer voyages and offer spacious surroundings, elegant public rooms and excellent cuisine. Now owned by the Carnival Corporation, Cunard has continued its fleet rationalisation programme with the addition of the state of the art Queen Elizabeth.
Fred Olsen is a traditional British operator providing mainly ex UK cruising, Caribbean fly cruises and some worldwide voyages. This family operated line offers well designed itineraries, a friendly ambience and year round consistent quality. Cruises are traditional and tend towards the formal. Cuisine is good and consistent and service is friendly.
Holland America, now owned by the Carnival Corporation, offers the more traditional cruise experience. Attention to detail and style is accompanied by good cuisine and service. Public rooms are elegant and make use of lots of antiques.
MSC has both classic liners and modern ships offering Italian style cruising with a wide choice of itineraries. Service is warm and friendly and the cuisine varies to suit the tastes of the mixed nationalities onboard.
Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) offers an easy going casual experience with its Freestyle Cruising programme providing freedom, choice and flexibility in dining, onboard activities, entertainment and excursions. There is friendly service and plenty of well organised entertainment provided both night and day. Norwegian Cruise Line attracts younger and livelier passengers and is ideal for couples, singles and families, offering excellent children's, sport and fitness programmes.
Oceania Cruises was formed in 2002 to offer luxury cruising at good value prices with excellent cuisine, and destination oriented itineraries that have been tailored to include many overnight port stays.
Paul Gauguin Cruises offers luxury cruising combined with the opportunity to discover Tahiti, French Polynesia and the South Pacific aboard a ship built for the destination. Now part of Pacific Beachcomber, the leader in French Polynesia luxury destination resorts, cruise fares include gratuities and all drinks.
P&O Cruises has a long and distinguished record as a British operator although it is now a part of the Carnival Group. It offers a very British experience catering for all age groups. Cuisine is Excellent and service is friendly and efficient. P&O Cruises provide a range of sailings throughout the world from short party cruises to full world cruises.
Princess Cruises was the American arm of P&O although it did not share its traditional style. Now part of Carnival Corporation they do offer a higher level of formality than many other lines. The line offers a wide range of itineraries, durations and ships depending on the region. Food is good and service friendly and attentive. Cabins on many of the boats are comfortable and reasonably spacious.
Sailing with Regent is an exquisite experience. Ultra-luxury defines the onboard lifestyle where everything imaginable is included! You will experience first class service at every turn and enjoy the peace of mind of an all-inclusive luxury cruise. There are only a few hundred guests onboard; there are no lines, no crowds and you will enjoy the choice and space. Onboard interior design is focused on space yet offers intimate, elegant amenities for no more than 490-700 guests. Enjoy….It’s all included: Free unlimited shore-excursions in every port, free flights and transfers and business class flights on Penthouse suites and above!
Royal Caribbean International delivers a consistent level of cruises to suit families, couples and singles. The style is American with plentiful food and quality entertainment. RCI offers lively informal cruising that attracts both repeat and first time cruisers. Passenger participation is a feature of the cruise programmes and kids are well catered for.
Saga have been creating holidays and cruises exclusively for the over-50s for more than 60 years. With Saga you can enjoy an all-inclusive cruising experience, with luxurious accommodation, fine dining and impeccable attention to detail on Two modern yet intimate ships ensure a truly unique experience. All which make Saga cruises so popular.
With their unmatched sense of style, elegance and grace, Seabourn ships beckon you to travel beyond the bounds of the imagination. Aboard Seabourn, every desire is met promptly and with a welcoming smile. Whether it's a warm blanket and a cup of gourmet hot chocolate as you drift along the Norwegian Fjords or a relaxing neck massage poolside, you'll feel that you're a member of a very exclusive club.
Silversea Cruises offers ultra-deluxe cruising at the very top end of the market and has established a good reputation for a lavish fully inclusive cruising experience. Silversea ships are generally larger than other luxury lines and offer excellent service, the best cuisine, superb décor and and facilties.
Star Clippers operates three of the worlds largest & tallest sailing vessels. Visiting ports often untouched by larger cruise ships & offering passengers the ultimate sea-going experience, balancing the grandeur, adventure & tradition of sailing with the superb service, amenities & accommodation of the finest modern yacht. Star Clipper is recognised as one of the premier speciality cruise lines. Passengers can enjoy the romance of sailing on board a true tall ship in a relaxed atmosphere. All ships have expansive teak decks, swimming pools, informal dining, a convivial Tropical Bar or comfortable piano bar & are large enough to offer first class accommodation & dining, but small enough to call into intimate ports, untouched by large ships.
Combining the comfort and benefits of boutique-style cruising with the very best of cultural travel, Voyages to Antiquity offers an opportunity to explore the history, culture and natural wonders of the Eastern and Western Mediterranean, Northern France, Iceland, Ireland and the British Isles.
Windstar Cruises offers a classic sailing experience aboard handsome vessels with elegant facilities. The experience is relaxed, unstructured and outdoor watersports form an important part of the activities.