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Pacific Ocean

  • Destination
    New Zealand

    The two islands of New Zealand offer an unparalleled multi-centre cruising destination. From their sheer diversity and sporting cultural attractions, to the mountains, deep fjords, rainforests, glaciers and bubbling geo-thermal pools, no other country has such a vast cruising landscape.

  • Destination
    Mexico

    A cruise of the east or west coasts of Mexico is as intoxicating as a shot of tequila Mexico. The country is made up of an exotic mix of Spanish and Indian cultures with a noble streak of legendary Aztec and Mayan civilisations. Feather-soft sand, jungle adventures and sparkling shorelines abound, but It is the diversity of the landscape, bursting with ancient ruins, the friendly locals, and the eons of deserted space that spice the country with interest and intrigue.

  • Destination
    Galapagos

    A pocket of the world that time forgot, the Galapagos Islands offer a unique opportunity to step back to a world as it may have been before humans walked the earth. It is also an eye-popping example of how species co-exist with their environment, a remarkable experience for anyone, but for nature-lovers it is truly spectacular. Prepare to encounter landscapes of wild mangroves, volcanic summits, inland lagoons, cliffs and coasts, and spend days exploring pirate hideouts, spotting dolphins, whal

  • Destination
    The Pacific

    The cruising grounds of the Pacific are a varied haven of white sandy beaches, tropical rainforests, mountain ranges, ancient caves and underground rivers. Perfect for an unforgettable charter vacation packed full of tranquil desert islands, adrenaline pumped activities and ancient cities steeped in rich heritage.

  • Destination
    The Philippines

    The cruising grounds of the Philippines are a haven for those looking to escape to lands full of lush rainforests, mountain ranges, ancient caves, underground rivers, untouched marine worlds and countless hectares of white sandy beaches.