|Spice up your vacation by choosing a one of a kind journey. |
|Whether you're a cruising newbie or a seasoned sailor, our Repositioning cruises are worthy of exploration. Since these cruises typically sail from one destination to another - departing from one port and ending in a different one - they offer a blend of exciting cities you wouldn't see on our other itineraries. So why not enjoy the authentic Italian dining of Rome, dive among the coral reefs of Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, or take in the bustling nightlife of Puerto Limon, Costa Rica? |
|Explore ancient civilizations as you climb mysterious Mayan pyramids in Cozumel|
|Fly over the breath-taking Palm Islands in Dubai, the three largest artificial islands in the world|
|Stand in awe before Gaudí's distinctive architecture in Barcelona|
|Haggle over colorful batiks, silks and sarongs in Singapore's famous Arab Street|
|Discover more than 300 species of exotic plants and flowers at Nassau's Royal Victoria Garden|
|Discover the largest Spanish citadel built in the New World in San Juan|
|Experience the holy grounds of the Vatican City in Rome|
|Areas of Interest |
|Depending on the itinerary you choose, these cruises visit a variety of destinations, including: |
Relax while surrounded by the white-sand beaches and stunning turquoise waters of the most beautiful islands on earth. Find adventure parasailing high above it all or at sea level on a Dolphin Encounter. Or visit Labadee®, Haiti, one of our exclusive tropical private destinations where nature brings striking mountains and pristine beaches within arm's reach.
|Dubai, United Arab Emirates|
Prepare to marvel at the stunning beauty, rich history and brilliant promise of Dubai. This sunny, arid paradise on the edge of the desert also happens to be one of the world's fastest growing cities and a premier luxury travel destination for visitors around the world. Among the highlights is Dubai's sprawling Mall of Emirates, with over 200 shops and an indoor ski slope that you must see to believe.
Known for quaint fishing villages and incredible foliage, New England is also home to "the Hub." Boston, Massachusetts has been called "the Hub" since its pre-revolutionary days as "the Hub of Civilization." And it's still an exciting, vibrant city. Whether it's marathons, ball games or art festivals, there's always something happening. It's also an extremely walkable city, making it easy for tourists to explore.
East meets West in this bustling city. Towering skyscrapers, modern shopping malls, fast-food chains and a thriving economy are reminiscent of a large American city?until you get a scent of the freshly ground spices in an open-air market, hear the cry of an imam calling the faithful to prayer, explore Arab Street's small shops by rickshaw or relax with a gin sling on the broad, shady porch of a colonial-era hotel.
Nearly 600 nautical miles off the coast of North Carolina, this island is known for its pastel-painted houses, brilliantly colored gardens, cricket matches and charming shorts. Its pink-sand beaches, excellent shopping and close proximity make it an ideal destination for a getaway cruise vacation.
|What to Pack |
|Days onboard are casual and you'll be most comfortable in sport clothes and resort wear. Shoes should be low-heeled for deck activities. Bring a few swimsuits so you'll always have a dry one. You don't have to bring towels, as they are provided. But don't forget your camera and binoculars, so you don't miss a thing. |
For evening wear, count on three basic types of attire:
|Casual: Dresses or slacks and blouses for women, sport shirts and trousers for men|
|Smart Casual: Dresses or pantsuits for women, jackets for men|
|Formal: Cocktail dresses for women, suits and ties or tuxedos for men (you can arrange to rent a tuxedo onboard)|
Ashore, you'll need comfortable walking shoes as well as a hat and sunscreen for protection from the sun.
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