Jo Hall helps us to dream with the top five luxury cruise lines.
When choosing a cruise, the overall cost is a deciding factor, but what if money was no object? Jo Hall helps us to dream with the top five luxury cruise lines
At the luxury end of cruising there’s plenty on offer, with small ships, bigger ships, all-inclusive fares and perks including balcony suites and butlers from which you can choose. So what bang do you get for your buck when you go five-star? Here’s our top five in a snapshot.
One. Crystal Cruises
Crystal Serenity, Crystal Symphony
It has the biggest ships at the luxury end of the scale, and since 2012 has been all-inclusive, including gratuities. However, unusually for a luxury line, it operates a mix of fixed seating and flexible dining, and attracts families looking for something a little special. Highlights include all-ocean view accommodations, complimentary alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages and there’s no extra charge for specialty restaurants or the sushi bar.
Two. Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Seven Seas Navigator, Seven Seas Mariner, Seven Seas Voyager
These are beautiful mid-sized ships, with Seven Seas Voyager and Seven Seas Mariner all-suite, all-balcony vessels – the world’s first. Regent has all-inclusive fares, including gratuities, no charge for specialty restaurants and plenty of extras. Highlights include all-suite accommodation with ocean views, open seating dining, complimentary alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, complimentary in-suite mini-bar, interactive flat screen television with movies-on-demand, and complimentary transportation in most ports. Extras include two-for-one fares, free unlimited shore excursions, luxury hotel packages and ground transfers.
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