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.

Escape the ordinary during this 14-day adventure that spans the Lesser Antilles islands and ventures into uncrowded cays and uncongested ports accessible exclusively to small ship cruising. Spin and swirl in the gentle currents of a rainforest river as you take a tubing adventure near Roseau on Dominica. Skim Antiqua’s azure waves and soar above famed reefs, hotels, and beaches during a helicopter tour from Falmouth Harbor. Search for wild horses amid the remote hills of Cas En Bas during a St. Lucia hike. Inhale the heady fragrances of countless tropical flowers at a scenic botanical garden near Anse Mitan on Martinique. Grab your snorkel mask and set sail from Mayreau on St. Vincent to the remote beaches of Mopion, an uncrowded stretch of white-sand beach and vibrant reef surrounding a cay that many herald as “the Caribbean’s smallest island,”—a perfect secluded haven for swimming amid curious tropical fish.

St. Maarten to St. Maarten - 17 Days

Escape on an extraordinary cruise rich in decadent island adventures throughout the Caribbean’s Leeward Island chain. Visit Hamilton House, a modest stone building and birthplace of Alexander Hamilton, and stroll the lush grounds of Nesbit Plantation, the beachside estate of Fanny Nesbit, who would meet and marry the future naval hero, British Admiral Horatio Nelson on Nevis Island. Go with the flow on a river tubing adventure in refreshing tropical river currents near Roseau. Soak in the rusticness of Les Saintes before exploring the glamour of St. Kitts and St. Barts.  Sail along Martinique’s scenic north coast on a fast-moving catamaran, or ride inland by Jeep to sample rum at a distillery near Anse Mitan. Delve into the cool caverns of Harrison’s Cave in Barbados, surrounded by subterranean streams and waterfalls. Master the delicious art of crushing cocoa beans and making chocolate in Castries or Pigeon Island on St. Lucia. Sample tropical punches during overnight stays in both Jost Van Dyke and Virgin Gorda.

St. Maarten to Bridgetown - 21 Days

Embrace extraordinary experiences exclusive to small ship cruising during this three-week exploration of the Caribbean’s Lesser Antilles island chain. Swim with dolphins during an extended overnight stay in Jost Van Dyke in the British Virgin Islands. Savor African, European, and Indian ingredients and influences in popular Caribbean dishes as you sample spicy regional cuisine in the Fairview Great House on St. Kitts. Tour the Montserrat Volcano Observatory and learn how plant and animal life recover after volcanic eruptions, then see firsthand at the Montserrat National Trust Amerindian Gardens near Little Bay. Float above colorful coral reefs in clear-bottom kayaks as you glide through the pristine blue waters of Les Saintes on Guadeloupe. Hang onto halyards and winch handles as you master sailing a 40-foot racing yacht on scenic Rodney’s Bay near Pigeon Island on St. Lucia. Wander the 18th century grounds of the childhood home of Empress Josephine, Napoleon’s future wife, as you uncover historic French colonial life on Martinique.

Vancouver to San Diego - 22 Days

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.

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.

Enjoy the best of both worlds, a port-rich journey through southern Iberia and a classic ocean crossing that’s unscripted and utterly relaxing. Everything you’re looking for is here. Whimsical Modernist architecture in Barcelona, as colorful as it is unconventional. The inescapable footprints of Moors throughout Andalusia from the tile-and-fountain artistry of the Alcazar and Alhambra to cuisine—savory foods seasoned with fruits and spices, desserts made with almonds and honey, rice and saffron transformed into Spain’s signature paella. Honor the Moors with a port call in Casablanca, within reach of Marrakech, Rabat, and of course, the Kasbah. Walk the streets of Lisbon’s Alfama district, eyes dazzled by brilliant azulejo tiles, and make your way to Belem Tower, a classic departure point during the Age of Discovery. Watch from the Yacht Club as Lisbon fades into the distance knowing time now belongs to you, and only you. Work out in the fully redesigned Fitness Center. Treat your palate to French-inspired cuisine and wine pairings in Amphora. Or simply wrap yourself in a soft waffle weave robe and snack on grapes as the world passes by your suite window.

St. Maarten to Bridgetown - 14 Days

Discover less-traveled roads and concealed refuges throughout the Caribbean on this 14-day cruise that blends iconic destinations and little-known shorelines like a favorite beachside cocktail. Search for green sea turtles and watch iridescent fish flit among sunken freighter wreckage from the dry side of a porthole in a Gustavia-based, semi-submersible. Sail past St. Kitts uncrowded southeast shores before slipping silently beneath the surface to snorkel among exotic fish and colorful coral. Savor sweet, shredded coconut cakes washed down with local sun rum amid Fort Napoleon’s cool shadows above Les Saintes, Guadeloupe. Meet local artists at St. Lucia’s Rodney Bay Village and rediscover your creative brushstrokes in an island scenery painting class. Raise the sails on a catamaran outbound from Mayreau to quiet Saline Bay for uncrowded hours of swimming and sunbathing. Relax in the Balthazar River’s swirling currents as you float in tubes through a shady tropical forest on Grenada.

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. 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.

Savor mouthwatering local delights and breathtaking scenery along the coastlines of Estonia, Denmark, Russia, Finland, Sweden, Norway and the United Kingdom during this 19-day cruise throughout the Baltic and North Sea. Sink your teeth into the art of Estonian truffle making with the guidance of a Master Confectioner at a delicious workshop in Tallinn’s Rottermann Quarter. Overnight in St. Petersburg and enjoy the grace of a Russian Ballet performance at a famed St. Petersburg theater. Drift close to Scandinavian seabirds and the moored Finnish Ice Breaker fleet during a kayaking tour around the Helsinki archipelago and bicycle through the rustic countryside outside the small Finnish port of Mariehamn before sitting down to traditional Åland pancakes with plum jam and whipped cream. Tour Stockholm’s rustic Old Town before sampling an authentic Swedish Smorgasbord of gravy-covered meatballs, smoked herring, sweet preserves and dense breads. Discover the beauty of Norwegian fjord cruising and combine trekking and biking on a guided journey to the scenic Drivande Waterfall above the verdant Mørkrid Valley near Skjolden. Overnight in London with time to see Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and Buckingham Palace.

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. 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.

Athens to Venice - 16 Days

This voyage through Greece, Italy, and Croatia is simply bursting with engrossing history lessons, delizioso cuisine, natural beauty, and often-overlooked destinations. Begin in Athens, where the magnificent white Parthenon still stands tall after watching nearly 2,500 years of world events pass by. Explore the well-preserved Greek castle towns of Monemvasia, the Gibraltar of Greece, and Mystras, near Gythion. Both are less-visited gems, and Mystras is a magical ghost town of exquisite Byzantine architecture. Taste Istrian truffles and olive oil in the quaint little fishing town of Rovinj. Wander the medieval Old Towns of Kotor and Dubrovnik, limestone streets polished to a high shine by centuries of shuffling feet.  Visit the must-sees of Italy from Michelangelo’s mastery in Rome’s Sistine Chapel to the romance of Venice and eerie Pompeii, then veer off to laid-back Ponza, the secret island retreat where Italians go to escape the crowds. Find a quiet corner of Wind Surf to write home a stream of superlatives.

Transit the narrow Corinth Canal en route to Delphi to explore the Temple of Apollo and the Archaeological Museum. Corfu stuns visitors with its beautiful beaches and Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In Argostoli, stroll the promenade in search of caretta-caretta turtles and savor Kephalonian meat pie. From Messina, visit Sicily’s hillside town of Taormina to take in views of the iconic Greek Theater. In Trapani, marvel at the hardworking 17th century windmills and salt marshes that produce its signature colored salts. Discover the medieval walled Il Castello and Poetto Beach in Cagliari before setting sail for Spain. Upon arrival in Barcelona, behold Gaudí’s La Sagrada Familia Cathedral and savor tapas. A later stay in Málaga allows time to tour the famous Alhambra. Embark on Morocco’s city of Tangier, known for its unspoiled beaches and old walled city of Medina. A late night in Casablanca affords time to see Marrakech’s mosques, palaces and souk market. Cruise south to the Canary Islands to experience the small volcanic island of Lanzarote and follow the famous wine trail, wander Santa Cruz de Tenerife’s beautiful UNESCO beaches San Cristóbal de La Laguna and Teide National Park, and listen for the whistling locals of La Gomera who use their skills to communicate across the steep ravines and lush cloud forest of Garajonay National Park. Head north to Portugal for an overnight in Funchal, with time to taste Madeira wines and try poncha, a delightful rum and honey cocktail.

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.

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.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 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.

St. Maarten to St. Maarten - 13 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.

St. Maarten to St. Maarten - 18 Days

White sands, rum cocktails and glorious tropical sunsets await you during this 18-day exploration of the Caribbean’s most iconic destinations with overnights in Jost Van Dyke and Virgin Gorda. Swim and snorkel amid colorful reef fish and tiny bubbles rising from a sea floor volcanic vent during an off-shore snorkeling adventure to Champagne Reef near Roseau, Dominica. Browse unique shops and relax on sandy beaches on Mustique, an exclusive island near Bequia. Bask in the warm sun while gazing at bright fish swimming beneath your clear-bottom kayak in Les Saintes in Guadeloupe. Perfect your French cooking skills in the kitchen of a respected restaurant overlooking Grand Case on Anguilla. Discover how perfumes are made and create your own special essence near Philipsburg on St. Maarten. Swim with friendly dolphins in a natural lagoon near Soper’s Hole in Tortola. Take the helm of a two-person rigid inflatable boat and explore the bays and inlets of the Sir Francis Drake Waterway near Jost Van Dyke.

St. Maarten to Barcelona - 25 Days

Ideal for anyone seeking equal portions of relaxing time at sea and port visits, this 28-day transatlantic crossing features a combination of leisurely, uninterrupted sea crossing time balanced with the best ports in the Western Mediterranean. Board in Nassau, 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.

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.

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.

Dive right into adventure in the underwater caverns of Cozumel’s Chankanaab eco-park — home to dolphins, manatees, and sea turtles. Then set sail for Isla Mujeres to wander the Mayan Temple of El Meco and Hacienda Mundaca ruins. On Grand Cayman, experience Stingray City, where you can feed and touch these mystical creatures. Explore Cayman Brac’s island-long bluff with caves, secluded beaches, and lush forests, and visit the marine life of Reach Falls from Port Antonio, Jamaica. Stroll 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 “Baths,” and sample Dutch and French culture in St. Maarten. Barbuda brings its signature pink sand while Roseau offers snorkeling in the bubbly waters of Champagne Beach. On Pigeon Island take in the Pitons volcanic peaks and discover the distinctive French charm of Les Saintes with an underwater world that’s attracted the likes of Jacques Cousteau. Visit Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park in lovely Basseterre and the chic island of St. Barts (look for celebrities). Return to St. Maarten, the Cuisine Capital of the Caribbean, for one last treat before you say au revoir.

Uncover little-known secrets and remote destinations throughout Key West and Central America during this remarkable cruise to the small ports like Puerto Limon and Isla San Andres, Mayan ruins and remote cloud forests throughout Mexico, Belize, Honduras, Panama, and Costa Rica. Hang out with the 6-toed descendants of Ernest Hemingway’s cats in Key West, Florida. Explore the weathered columns and altars of a Mayan civilization near Cozumel in Mexico. Sip sweet and fruity rum cocktails beneath a thatched roof along the waterfront of Belize City. Sample native ereba, a regional bread made with tapioca, paired with fresh fish in Roatan, Honduras. Take a guided daylight transit of the Panama Canal and learn about challenges and setbacks encountered by American and French engineers at the Panama Canal Museum. This remarkable journey concludes along the warm shoreline of Puerto Caldera, Costa Rica, where you can explore tropical rainforests at the nearby Carara National Park, or sit and watch surfers in the nearby town of Jacó.

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 17-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.

Bask in the natural beauty of Norwegian fjords and delightful Danish shores prior to delving into the history and culture of Ireland, Scotland and England during this memorable 24-day cruise that visits Sweden, Denmark, Norway, England, Ireland and Scotland. Float in Tivoli Garden dragon boats, whirl on an antique carousel, or relax and enjoy coffee and pastries in a Copenhagen café. Sip chilled vodka poured into ice glasses inside Icebar Oslo. Stare skyward at steep cliffs and tumbling waterfalls while cruising past Sognefjord’s rugged coastline. Take a turn or three ascending and descending the London Eye, snacking on fish and chips and watching the changing of the Buckingham Palace guard during two overnight stays. Steal away to Spike Island, a former Irish smuggler’s haven not far from where passengers purchased tickets for the Titanic’s maiden voyage. Sample Scottish whisky amid copper kettles, fragrant oak barrels and old stone passages at the famed Oban Distillery.

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.

Few Mediterranean cruises offer the unique combination of romance and racing like this Star Collector adventure from the 2021 Monaco Grand Prix in Monte Carlo to the canals of Venice. Along the way you’ll explore the art, architecture, and cultural customs and cuisines throughout Italy, Croatia, Montenegro, and France. Taste local wines paired with homemade cheese in an intimate Croatian family wine cellar outside of Rovinj. Kayak together on Kotor Bay in Montenegro. Glide inside the glowing azure chambers of the fabled Blue Grotto near Giardini Naxos. Sip sweet limoncello liqueur together at a sidewalk café in Sorrento. Witness Saturday qualifying for the 2021 Monaco Grand Prix prior to an exclusive tour of the storied pits. After evening festivities and an overnight stay in Monte Carlo, you’ll enjoy sweeping views of the track on race day, along with a gift package that includes ear plugs, high-definition binoculars and seat cushion.

Lisbon to Athens - 28 Days

The scope of this month-long odyssey is astounding, putting you within reach of at least 16 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, 2 tentative sites, and 2 Biosphere Reserves, not to mention a myriad of other unforgettable cultural experiences. Watch architecture evolve from the imposing Parthenon to the graceful arches of the Alhambra to Gaudí’s spikey Modernist Sagrada Familia. Listen to the impeccable acoustics of a 3rd century Greek theater and lively flamenco music punctuated by pulsing footwork. Graze on tapas, mezzes, and antipasto while life ebbs and swirls around you. Swim in the sulfur green thermal waters of Santorini, watch magenta bougainvillea pour over honey-colored stone walls in Mallorca, and befriend the Barbary monkeys who rule the Rock. As an added bonus, your voyage includes an exclusive Windstar Destination Discovery Event: dining in front of the Celsus Library in ancient Ephesus as live musicians serenade you under the stars. Simply unforgettable

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 jungles of wildlife. Go cave tubing in Belize and diving in 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.

Revel in two dozen unforgettable days venturing from Greece’s golden shores to small ports, remote villages and legendary landmarks throughout Italy, Spain, Morocco and Portugal. Float among fossils, towering natural spires and stunning colorful walls deep inside the scenic caverns of Vlyhada and Alepotrypa near Gythion, Greece. Take the wheel of a vintage Fiat 500 on Sicilian streets near Messina and visit Savoca, a small, unspoiled village rich in cinematic memories for fans of The Godfather. Capitalize on your overnight stay in Málaga by adding on an overnight inland excursion exploring Grenada’s wineries, vineyards and monasteries before cooking up an exceptional Spanish dinner in Alhambra—then lose yourself in the aromas of Italy’s wines, cappuccinos, pastas, and limoncellos.

Civilizations rise and fall, and you’re a witness to it all on this voyage from Athens to Rome. More than a dozen[KSO1]  UNESCO sites transcribe cool stone into stories of days gone by. Walk the ruins of ancient Epidaurus where ill people once slept so the gods could tell them how to regain their health. In Rhodes, explore the Temple of Athena in Lindos, gnarled olive trees, and their branches of peace, supposedly created by the goddess herself. And find surprising discoveries even among well-known ruins, like the nearly hidden Peribleptos monastery in Mystras, built into the rock and seeming to emerge from it, its turret-shaped façade holding a treasure trove of 14th-century frescoes. When you’re not delving into the past, get closer to local culture in smaller and less-visited harbors like Patmos, Ermoupoli, Monemvasia, Gythion and colorful Ponza. Revel in the beauty of Santorini, Mykonos, and Sorrento. Marvel at the emotional magnetism of Athens’ Acropolis and the Vatican’s Sistine Chapel. And dine in the moonlight in front of the Celsus Library in ancient Ephesus—a complimentary Windstar Destination Discovery Event designed exclusively for you.

Venture into the lesser-known coastlines and communities of Greenland, Canada and New England during this remarkable 25-day cruise crossing the North Atlantic. Admire fractured glaciers, ivory ice fields and drifting ice floes on a day of scenic cruising in Greenland’s remote and picturesque Prince Christian Sound. Sample grilled wolf fish, dried salted cod and tender musk ox meat amid stacked crab pots, fish-drying racks and brightly painted houses in Qaqortoq, Nanortalik and Narsaq in Greenland. Wander the grounds of a 1,000-year-old Norse settlement near St. Anthony, and tour sod buildings identical to those that sheltered early settlers from harsh Newfoundland winters centuries ago. Walk among weathered French and British artillery artifacts at National Battlefields Park, or sip your way through Quebec City’s outstanding microbreweries on a delicious walking tour in a thriving downtown community. Settle back in a horse-drawn carriage as you trace the famous Carriage Trails of Acadia near Bar Harbor, Maine.

Dun Laoghaire (Dublin) to Copenhagen - 16 Days

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.

Discover flavors, history, culture and little-known small ports of Western Europe like Oban, St. Peter Port and Le Palais on a remarkable 23-day cruise that stops in England, Ireland, Scotland, France, Spain and Portugal. Overnight in Belfast and wander Industrial Era maritime warehouses and shipbuilding relics on cobbled streets, at this former global nexus for linen, tobacco and shipbuilding—and the Titanic’s birthplace. Sip an amber-hued dram of smoky, aged whisky in a Scottish distillery near Oban. There’s time to explore the old halls of Edinburgh Castle, with chambers dating back to the 1100s, and admire the sparkling Crown Jewels of Scotland and the historic Stone of Destiny when you overnight there. Swirl, sniff and sip the black plum and brambleberry aromas and flavors of red Bordeaux blends during an overnight stay near the famed French vineyards along the Garonne River, a small ship specialty. Drop in at family tascas—small restaurants—for Porto’s fried mackerel or cod paired with broa, a Portuguese corn bread that easily washes down with a tart and fizzy Vinho Verde white wine.

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.

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Venice to Barcelona - 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.

St. Maarten to Bridgetown - 14 Days

Little ports, remote reaches and sincere island pleasures exclusive to small-ship cruising beckon during this two-week exploration of the Caribbean’s Windward and Leeward Islands. Take the wheel of a 4x4 buggy and follow dirt roads along the rural outskirts of Falmouth Harbour on Antigua. Sail from Gustavia to remote Colombier Bay and swim or sunbathe among anchored mega yachts prior to elegant snacks and cocktails. Stroll amid brightly painted shops and beach boutiques along the palm-lined shores of Soper’s Hole in Tortola, or relax and sip sweet, rum-flavored cocktails at a waterfront café. Sit back in airy rattan furniture as you ride a refurbished railcar along a century-old narrow-gauge railway on St. Kitts. Take an ATV tour along deserted roads and abandoned villages near Foxes Bay and hear memories of life before the Montserrat Volcano eruption. Scan the horizon for breaching whales as your catamaran captain and crew sail into former whaling waters off Dominica.

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.

Depart from New York and cruise along the East Coast prior to exploring Bermuda and the Caribbean’s Leeward Islands in detail during this 21-day escape. Snorkel above Bermuda’s most popular shipwrecks—a Confederate paddle wheeler and a four-masted sailing ship—near Hamilton, then dine on juicy swordfish, decadent lobster and seared tuna steaks prior to overnight stays there and in St. George’s. Sail a swift catamaran along the scenic leeward side of St. Barts near Gustavia. Roll past rural cane fields and rustic country farms during a guided ATV outing near Basseterre on St. Kitts. Dance, dine and celebrate at a Windstar Signature Beach Party with friends and crew at Virgin Gorda. Kayak from tangled mangroves to the vast expanse of open blue sea on a guided exploration of Puerto Rico’s Vieques coastline. Soar among colorful rainforest birds and verdant tropical trees during a canopy zipline adventure on Pigeon Island or take a leisurely-paced seaside painting class at St. Lucia’s picturesque Rodney Bay Village.

Blend Floridian beaches with Mayan ruins and a relaxing transatlantic crossing to Portugal during this 24-day cruise that touches the ports and beaches of Florida, Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Belize, the Azores Islands, and Portugal. Pick up an American novel for your journey as you explore Ernest Hemingway’s summer home, Judy Blume’s bookstore and Tom Corcoran’s memorable mystery settings throughout Key West. Wander sacred temples and examine ancient etchings among the dense jungle foliage surrounding Mexico’s Chacchoben Mayan Ruins. Walk between the towering sandstones of Quiriqua, massive carved Mayan mythological monuments in Guatemala. Glide above a shipwreck in the shallows off Roatan during a guided snorkel tour. Hop on a tube and float along an underwater river near Belize City. Before your transatlantic journey ends, you’ll visit Horta, the largest port in the Azores Archipelago and a community adorned with painted messages from mariners, one-of-a-kind waterfront boutiques and cool cellars stocked with exclusive local wines seldom shared with the rest of the world.

Lisbon to Athens - 18 Days

Start your journey in Lisbon, Portugal—from the hilltop heights of the turn-of-the-century funicular to the depths of its soul-stirring fado music. Shop and snack along the colorful quay in Portimao or visit the ancient Moorish capital of Silves before heading to Cádiz where an overnight allows for a visit to national parks and sweet sherry tasting. Arrive in Casablanca’s whitewashed alleyways and make a memorable trip to Marrakech before strolling the beautiful beaches of Tangier, gateway to Africa. On an overnight in Málaga, visit Museo Picasso or venture into the Andalusian countryside to sip some of the world’s best wine in the village of Mijas. The walled town of Cartagena offers windsurfing, snorkeling and sailing for an active day ashore. Next, visit the Catalan metropolis of Barcelona—home to Gaudí’s La Sagrada Familia Cathedral. In Cagliari, Italy, discover the medieval walled Il Castello and Poetto Beach. On to Sardinia, explore the rich underwater world or relax on a white-sand beach. Sip the famous wines of Marsala in Trapani, and take in spectacular views from the medieval hill town of Erice, which only rivals Taormina’s views of the iconic Greek Theater set against sparkling waters of the Ionian Sea. In Greece, stroll Argostoli’s promenade in search of caretta-caretta turtles and savor Kephalonian meat pie. Corfu stuns visitors with its beautiful beaches and small villages while Delphi harkens back to 1400 B.C. when its oracle ruled the world. Transit the small ship only Corinth Canal for the grand finale in Athens—home to the Acropolis, the Plaka, and the Parthenon.

Begin your adventure overnight in jolly old England with plenty of time to see London’s Big Ben and Buckingham Palace before setting sail to France. Where the Seine meets the English Channel, the charming town of Honfleur welcomes you to view its famous Bayeux Tapestry and Cathedral. In St Peter Port, reputed to be Europe’s prettiest harbor town, photo opportunities abound—capture Salem Church, Sutler’s Garden and the famous Guernsey cows. An inspiration to Monet and Matisse, Belle Ile boasts staggering cliffs, pastel houses and the bustling town of Le Palais. Next, it’s time to raise your glass to an overnight in Bordeaux. Enjoy extra time to visit France’s most famous vineyards including the chateaux of Médoc and Saint-Émilion. In Bilbao, don’t miss the Frank Gehry-designed Guggenheim Museum before cruising to Portugal. Arrive in Porto to sip Port wine in Old Town. In Lisbon, climb the steep hills in a turn of the century funicular and take in views of the Rio Teja. Follow the aroma of grilled sardines to the colorful quay in Portimao. Overnight in Cádiz, and visit Sierra de Grazalema and los Alcornocales nature parks. Arrive in Casablanca’s whitewashed alleyways and make a memorable trip to Marrakech before strolling the beautiful beaches of Tangier, gateway to Africa. On the shores of Costa del Sol, overnight and visit Museo Picasso Málaga, or venture into the Andalusian countryside to sip some of the world’s best wine in the village of Mijas. The walled town of Cartagena offers windsurfing, snorkeling and sailing for an active day ashore. Finish the voyage with a bang in Barcelona, nibbling tapas and witnessing Antoni Gaudí’s La Sagrada Familia Cathedral as its decorative spires soar high into the sky.

Combine a memorable exploration of scenic Atlantic and western Mediterranean coastlines prior to crossing the Atlantic Ocean to Miami during this 27-day cruise featuring stops in Spain, Morocco, Portugal and the Canary Islands. Delve into Pablo Picasso’s paintings, sketches and ceramic works during a Málaga walking tour. Shop for Moroccan ingredients in an open market prior to a delicious Tangier cooking class. Wander the maze-like passages in the old city of Rabat in the Moroccan capital. Trace the Lanzarote wine route and discover the flavorsome facts of fast-draining volcanic soils as you taste wines made from local Malvasia and Lístan black grapes. Ride a cable car to the 11,660-foot summit of Mount Teide, the highest point in all of Spain’s territories. Sip Poncha, a sweet regional blend of Madeiran rum and honey, during an overnight port stay in Funchal, Portugal. Make your way across a transparent skywalk nearly 2,000 feet above the Atlantic at Cabo Girao, Europe’s highest coastal cliff.

With just five at-sea days to catch your breath, you’ll want to pace yourself on this 44-day voyage through Greece, Spain, Italy, and Croatia. Alternate days of wonder surrounded by Moorish masterpieces like the Alhambra with restful days on stunning Mallorcan beaches; a busy day exploring Athens’ Acropolis ruins with the postcard perfection of Mykonos, where whitewash and windmills soothe the eye and the soul. Dine under the stars in front of the Celsus Library in ancient Ephesus, an exclusive and complimentary Destination Discovery Event just for Windstar guests. Walk Dubrovnik’s medieval city walls, where Game of Thrones was filmed, with centuries of history within, and the intoxicating blue Adriatic without. There are unsung beaches to discover, winding Old Town alleyways to explore, cozy tavernas serving mezes and ouzo, and small ports so authentic and unobtrusive that few cruisers ever find them. Don’t forget to be on deck as Wind Surf approaches Venice, Santorini, Dubrovnik, Valletta, Mahón and Corfu, in particular. They’re some of the most beautiful sea approaches in the Mediterranean.

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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. 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.

Circumnavigating Iceland, from Heimay Island witness a modern-day Pompeii as you sail past Surtsey Island, the youngest place on earth, created by an eruption in 1963. Overnight in Seydisfjordur, taking in the cascading waterfalls and admiring colorful historic houses imported from Norway. Akureyri’s must-dos include visiting Listagil (art canyon), riding an Icelandic horse, and soaking in the sky-blue Myvatn Nature Baths. You can also take a polar flight to Grimsey Island and stand half in and half out of the Arctic Circle. Discover the alternative music scene in Isafjordur and visit Snæfellsjokull National Park in Grundarfjordur—full of glaciers, lava fields, waterfalls, caves, calderas, and basalt cliffs. Cruise Prince Christian Sound, a beautiful fjord system that connects the Labrador and Irminger Seas. In Greenland, soak in the 100⁰ natural hot springs at Uunartoq, see polar bears in Nanortalik, cruise Tasermiut Fjord, and hike the trails out of Narsaq, an agricultural town rich in cowboy and Nordic history. In Newfoundland don’t miss Quidi Vidi, the village-within-a-city. Pull out the binoculars for soaring seabirds, seals and other wildlife in St. Pierre & Miquelon, and browse the shops and boulangeries along Quebec City's picturesque Petit Champlain. Make sure to try the unique cuisine of Montreal including poutine, Arctic char and Kamouraska lamb.

Sidestep the summer heat and long lines during this 17-day autumn exploration of the most popular destinations throughout Greece, Cyprus, Israel, Egypt, Malta and Italy with a memorable passage through the Corinth Canal. Sail from Athens and the Acropolis to Haifa, Israel, where excursion options include an overnight trip to Petra and the Dead Sea. Take an overland tour from Alexandria, Egypt and stand before the majestic profiles of the Great Pyramids near sundown in Cairo. Step carefully among the tombs of over 300 Knights of the Grand Cross throughout St. John’s marble floors in Valletta, Malta. Sip licorice-flavored liquors in Heraklion, Crete. Catch the midday movements and animated actions emanating from the world’s largest astronomical clock in Messina, Italy. This remarkable journey concludes in Civitavecchia, an ideal port for easy transfers to Rome for connecting flights and additional destinations like the towering Colosseum, the Roman Forum’s extensive marble ruins and Trevi Fountain’s cascading Baroque grace.

Start your pilgrimage in the ancient city of Athens with nearly 3,000 years of history that include the still-standing Acropolis and the Parthenon. Travel to Cyprus to see the Limassol Castle, Archaeological Museum, and award-winning Folk Art Museum. In Israel, overnight in Haifa and see Elijah’s Cave, or take an overland journey to Petra and the Dead Sea. Next, explore one of the most ancient cities in the world: Ashdod. Visit the Korin Maman Museum, climb 500 feet to Giv’at Yonah, or travel overland to experience Jerusalem. In Egypt’s Port Said, take a caliche (2-person horse carriage) through town to see the beautiful colonial architecture, or opt for a full day journey to the Pyramids of Giza. In Alexandria, founded by Alexander the Great, visit Pompey’s Pillar and the catacombs of Kom el-Shoqafa. On Crete, take in Morosini Fountain and visit Knossos Palace, the Minoan-era castle in Heraklion. Transit the narrow Corinth Canal on the way to Delphi to explore the Temple of Apollo and the Archaeological Museum. Corfu stuns visitors with its beautiful beaches and historic Old Town. In Argostoli, savor Kephalonian meat pies and stroll the promenade in search of caretta-caretta turtles. From Messina, visit Sicily’s hillside town of Taormina to take in views of the iconic Greek Theater. Discover the medieval walled Il Castello and Poetto Beach in Cagliari before setting sail for Spain.

Volcanic peaks, remote reefs, verdant rainforests and colorfully painted Caribbean ports abound throughout this remarkable 18-day cruise with stops in the Caribbean, Colombia, Panama and Costa Rica. Dive or snorkel amid schools of bright colored reef fish near small port Bequia on St. Vincent & the Grenadines. Stroll worn, cobbled streets in the historic Punda Quarter of Willemstad and shop for fresh fruit and handmade trinkets at the nearby floating market. Ride a horse-drawn carriage through the narrow lanes streets of Cartagena’s walled Old Town, rolling past regal colonial mansions built when Spanish galleons protected Colombia’s coastline. Experience a fully guided daylight transit of the Panama Canal, and uncover the deadly obstacles faced by French and American engineers prior to its 1914 completion. Trek beneath the shady overgrowth of centuries-old trees while scanning the high canopy for reclusive monkeys, brightly colored tropical birds and slow-moving sloths in Costa Rica’s Manuel Antonio National Park.

Venice to Lisbon - 23 Days

Oohs and ahhs over the sublime scenery alternate with oohs and ahhs over magnificent manmade creations on this voyage along the Dalmatian Coast, Ligurian Riviera, Côte d’Azur, and Costa del Sol. This is a stretch where Blue Flag beaches have to jostle for elbow space and castles, palaces and cathedrals take every form known to man – and then some. This is where the imaginations of Cezanne, Monet, Matisse, Picasso, Dali, and Gaudí were ignited. Here is where great romances blossomed: Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor in Portofino, Princess Grace and Prince Rainier in Monte Carlo, Romeo and Juliet near Venice. Sail through waters where the legendary sirens are said to live, watch fearless castellers climb human pyramids, play a game of picign with gregarious Croatians. Our small ships take you to smaller and less-visited ports like Sanary-sur-Mer and Portoferraio, and get you closer to town than the big ships can get in places like Dubrovnik, Venice, Barcelona, and Málaga. What you do with the extra time is entirely up to you.

Lisbon to Rome - 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.

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.

Indulge in the diverse Old World flavors of the Italian coastline and Sicily prior to partaking in the modern-day pageantry of Monaco’s Formula 1 racing during this delightfully decadent 17-day exploration of Italy and France. Take flight on a helicopter tour above smoldering Mount Etna. Sample uniquely textured dark chocolate bars handcrafted in Modica, a sweet treat blended with nuts, peppers, and vanilla that goes perfectly with smoky espresso. Study skilled Lipari chefs crafting Sicilian pizzas, then roll your own fresh dough for a memorable lunch paired with local red wines and sweet Aeolian cookies. Bicycle past Portoferraio’s weathered walls and rustic stone streets to Enfola’s rural roadways before stopping for delicious refreshments and a kayak tour of the Elba’s northern coastline. Wander between stacked tires and state-of-the-art race computing technology as you tour Monaco’s F1 Grand Prix pits on qualifying day, then party through the night prior to watching the complete race the following afternoon!

Puerto Caldera to Bridgetown - 28 Days

Lush rainforests, centuries-old colonial fortifications and bright-sand beaches await throughout this extensive 28-day Caribbean exploration that visits ports in Costa Rica, Colombia and both the Windward and Leeward islands. Ride horseback beneath a verdant rainforest canopy or test your fishing skills in a deep sea fishing region known for tuna, sailfish and mahi-mahi off the coast of Costa Rica. Hike among thousand-year-old teak and mahogany trees on Isla Parida in Panama. Experience the energy of the thriving Panama Canal during a complete daylight transit. Explore the reinforced chambers and shadowy stone corridors of the Fort of San Felipe de Barajas near Cartagena in Columbia. See the Aruban countryside and visit prominent landmarks like the Alta Vista Chapel during a guided mountain bike tour. Watch from the railing aboard an authentic Siamese junk as you sail to a remote, uninhabited island and snorkel amid friendly reef fish along Ebo’s Reef outer edge near Kralendijk. And embrace the spirit of small ship ports like Isla Parida, Puerto Jimenez, Quepos, Mayreau, and Deshaies.

Transition from the crossroads of early Western Civilization to contemporary artistry and innovations throughout Italy, France and Spain during this 14-day autumn cruise along celebrated coastlines. Sail through the narrow Corinth Canal to the Temple of Apollo on Delphi, and learn how Apollo spoke to Greek citizens and early Romans. Tour the restored grandeur of the Church of Our Lady of Victory, Valletta’s first church. Stand before the bold Baroque columns and stairs of Saint Andrew’s Cathedral in Piazza Duomo, the center of Amalfi. Wander between Colosseum arches and the ruins of the Roman Forum in Rome. Shop among Monte Carlo’s most exclusive boutiques or nibble on spongy tiramisu with espresso-sipping locals. This memorable journey concludes in cosmopolitan Barcelona, where you can wander the upscale waterfront in search of paella, or venture to the heights of Montjuïc and the picturesque Palau Nacional, a palatial museum with terraced fountains and sweeping city views.

Delve into Southern Europe’s most famous landmarks and heritage sites while dining on succulent Mediterranean culinary masterpieces throughout this 17-day journey that embraces the shores of Italy, Monaco, France, Spain, Morocco, and Portugal. Savor red-cherry flavors of Super Tuscan red wine paired with herb-seasoned pasta and wild boar sausage, or tilt your head at the leaning Tower of Pisa’s architectural refinements. Amble beneath suspended whale skeletons and breathtaking marine exhibits inside the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco, then test your luck at the opulent Casino Monte-Carlo, a century-old landmark for gambling, ballet, and classical theater. Admire the Post-Impressionist works of painter Paul Cézanne and sip pink rosé wines during a daylong exploration of Toulon, Aix en Provence. Cycle between crumbling Roman walls and weathered towers as you explore the Spanish countryside from Palamos to Pals. It’s an ideal way to burn calories prior to savoring late-night Spanish tapas and pulsing flamenco performances during your overnight port stop in Seville.

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.

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. Once in Colón, head to the jungle to meet Embera Indians or take an aerial tram ride through the rainforest canopy.

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