Posted on Dec 30, 2013 | Comments 0
In case you would like to have something to look forward to in 2014, you might want to consider rewarding yourself with a cruise. There are numerous ones to consider and you should make sure that the one you choose will offer you everything that you could be thinking about.
California Wine Country Sailing
This cruise starts in Los Angeles around Valentine’s Day and it is a cruise worth to raise a glass to. There will be stops in San Francisco, Santa Barbara, and Monterey. There will also be stops in well-known and romantic wineries in Sonoma and Napa Valleys and there will be a sailing date on Valentine’s Day.
Far East Flings
If you would like to try something new, think about a trip with an all-suite power yacht to the Far East. This cruise starts in Singapore and it has exotic destinations, including Malaysia (Langkawi, Penang, Kuala Lumpur, Pulau Pangkor, and Malacca) and Thailand (Ko Yao Noi and Phuket).
Chocolate Connoisseurs Cruise on the Danube River
The special thing about this cruise (besides the fact that it takes place on the Danube River) is that it is hosted by a famous chocolatier, Norman Love. There will be a lot of chocolate themed activities, like tastings, seminars, cooking demos, and some mini-buffets.
Quantum of the Seas
This cruise comes with a wow factor. These extras include bumper cars, extendable-arm observation pod, and skydiving simulator. The cruise starts in Bayonne and you can enjoy everything it has to offer for 12 days. By traveling on the cruise you can reach St. Marteen, Puerto Rico, Martinique, and St. Kitts.
BBC Earth Partner Expeditions
If you don’t mind the cold, you may be thinking about a trip to Antarctica. This cruise starts in Argentina and it comes with stops in Elephant Island, Port Lockroy, Deception Island, and Paulet Island. The people who are bored of the regular cruises wit certainly find this one a lot more interesting.
River Cruise to Bordeaux and Aquitaine
The people who would like to see Europe may be interested in this cruise. It all starts in Bordeaux and it takes the travelers through historic sites while offering a taste of the French cuisine. The guests will get a chance to try wines, cognac, truffles, and oysters.
There are a lot of cruises with different themes, so you will have to find the one that seems to be the most interesting.
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