Canary Island Cruises
Eatern Med Cruises
Far East Cruises
Northern Europe Cruises
Norwegian Fjords Cruises
Panama Canal Cruises
Red Sea Cruises
It is surprising how many different and diverse cruise destinations there are these days. Traditionally people have cruised across the Atlantic on Caribbean cruises, Mediterranean cruises, Alaskan cruises and Baltic cruises. Nowadays popular destinations also include the Far East, South America including the Galapagos Islands and Australia.
As cruise destinations go, the Far East has perhaps seen the biggest growth over the last two years as the likes of Azamara Club Cruises, Royal Caribbean and Princess Cruises have joined cruise lines such as Star cruises, who are already based in the Far East, to offer more ports than ever. These cruises do tend to sell out very quickly and Princess Cruises are already considering adding a second ship to the Far East.
One of the specialist cruise destinations is the Galapagos Islands, off the coast of South America, which are served by Celebrity Xpedition, a cruise ship owned by Celebrity Cruises, which only carries 98 guests in 48 cabins each with an ocean view offering some of the most unique scenery in cruising.
Cruising in Australia has also hit the main stream cruise destinations, P&O Cruises, Princess Cruises and Celebrity Cruises are among the top cruise lines now offering cruise holidays in and around Australia. Some of the most popular cruises in the region tend to be the Sydney to Auckland (and vice versa) cruises lasting for about 14 nights.
Whatever cruise destinations you have in mind at Cruisegle, can offer you the best value in cruise holidays.