Seabourn offers the ultimate in uber-luxury ships. With delicious cuisine from around the world, to elegant appointments throughout the ships, Seabourn defines luxury.
This all inclusive cruise line has grown over the past decade to a fleet of six new start-of-the-art vessels sailing all corners of the globe.
Cunard Line has been sailing the oceans of the world since 1840. The regal liners included the original Queen Mary of 1936, the Queen Elizabeth of 1940, the world-renown QE2 of 1967, and the last true ocean liner built (and only one still sailing), the Queen Mary 2 of 2004.
Cunard’s newest addition, Queen Anne, debuts in 2024, and will join the Queen Victoria, Queen Elizabeth, and the Queen Mary 2 offering the world four stunning queens in the fleet.
Regent Seven Seas
Regent touts itself as being the only true all-inclusive luxury cruise line, offering thousands of free shore excursions to the over 500 ports they visit annually.
In addition, wines, spirits, specialty restaurants and often times even air promotions can be included. Let’s discuss a Regent Cruise with you and show you what true luxury is.
Whether you choose a Mediterranean cruise or an expedition journey to the heart of Antarctica, you can be assured of an exceptional experience on board the luxury vessels of Ponant.
From the pool to the fitness spa, you’ll feel like you’re traveling on a private yacht. The cuisine, spirits and ambiance is total luxury from the moment you step on board.