Ultra-Luxury Cruise Lines
Paul Gauguin Cruises
Luxury comes in many forms aboard the Paul Gauguin, which was built to sail the shallow waters of French Polynesia, and can access ports unavailable to larger vessels. It is the only cruise ship that sails year-round itineraries in the Society, Tuamotu and Marquesas islands.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises
A truly upscale all-inclusive experience in spacious suites will be yours (on Mariner and Voyager, all have private balconies). A new concierge-level category of accommodation is available. The cruise price includes shore excursions, hotel stays, pre- and post-cruise tours, beverages (high quality wines at meals, free cocktails throughout the ship), specialty restaurants and gratuities. Service is impeccable and the dining venues – including Italian, French and a steak house – serve the same level of food found at fine land-based restaurants.
SeaDream Yacht Club
SeaDream Yacht Club's slogan is: "It's yachting, not cruising," which accurately describes the experience on SeaDream I and SeaDream II, the company's award-winning mega-yachts. With a maximum of 112 guests (56 staterooms) and a 95-person crew, there is a choice of whether to mix and mingle and make new friends – or to dine and hang out alone with a spouse or friend.
Seabourn's smaller, all-suite ships offer ultra-luxury cruise vacations to many memorable ports, including those not accessible to big ships. These ships are intimate with no more than 300 suites, and a very close guest-to-staff ratio, providing an incomparable level of personalized service. A Seabourn ship is like a private club, where members share expansive open decks, inviting social spaces, and the personalized attention of an exceptional crew.
Crystal Cruises consistently ranks among the top luxury cruise lines in the world, and has won an unprecedented number of major awards. All Exclusive™ is an entirely new standard of travel, and provides travel experiences that go far beyond all inclusive luxury to offer the most elegant journeys by ocean, river and private air.
Like any line in this category, the ships of Silversea deliver five-star cuisine, spacious staterooms and the kind of service where the crew quickly learns guests' names and preferences. To take the service concept even further, every Silversea stateroom comes with butler service. This means that your butler will make sure that guests have everything they need, from fresh fruit to clean laundry and freshly shined shoes. The butler also presents room service meals, as they would be presented at a fine dining restaurant – not all at once, but course by course.