I have to admit that am biased towards cruising. I love being on the water, love knowing the captain takes me to the next awesome port of call (meaning I'm not driving or trying catch another mode of transport), love not packing up every day, love not having to search for a great restaurant. You get the idea.
Cruising is just plain simple a great way to vacation. It also makes for great honeymoons (very stress free) and perfect for wedding vow renewals too. My top four recommended cruises are:
Photos courtesy of PG Cruises
Paul Gauguin Cruises
Paul Gauguin Cruises is an all inclusive small ship luxury cruise that operates in Tahiti year round. They have spacious staterooms, superb 5 star service, excellent dining options, watersports and local Tahitians that work on board. PG cruises is well known in the industry for their complimentary honeymoon, vow renewals and anniversary Polynesian blessing ceremony and other special occasion packages. Nothing more romantic than this ship.
Photos courtesy of Windstar Cruises
Cruise Windstar in Tahiti or a number of other romantic destinations. Windstar has mid-sized yachts as well as masted ships (always romantic), perfect for a laid back yet discerning guest. Easy going luxury.
Photos courtesy of Star Clippers
This is not a cruise, this is a sailing adventure. The largest ship, the Royal Clipper, is the most modern and has a max of 227 guests. Very casual, very unique. For those who enjoy adventure, and want some very different from ordinary, Star Clippers will offer that. Itineraries available in Asia (Bali and Thailand), the Mediterranean in the summer and Caribbean in the winter.
Photos courtesy of Sea Dream
Sea Dream Yacht Club
This is not cruising. It's yachting. Five star service through and through. Casual yet luxury. With only 112 guests you could actually charter a ship for the entire wedding!
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