In a world where everything is harried and hurried, take a step back to a time when traveling was the adventure. Imagine the excitement of setting out to cruise across the ocean, and the horizon. And discover the adventure of exploring foreign ports and shores, while returning to the comfort of your stateroom every night. Come with us for an unforgettable transatlantic voyage.
Stand atop the Rock of Gibraltar Explore the varied landscape of the Canary Islands Stroll through the charming squares of Europe Shop at the finest stores in Europe Follow the paths of ancient explorers and discover their homelands
Areas of Interest
Some people believe the ancient city of Atlantis was located on the islands off the western coast of Africa. The Canary Islands are a province of Spain and under Spanish Government. They have been prized for their beautiful scenery and delicious cuisine since the time of the Greeks and Romans.
Ireland is much more than shamrocks and whiskey. It’s a vibrant, modern country. And it’s also a beautiful place to discover the past. Explore grand castles and sprawling country estates. And tour the countryside and its charming villages and natural wonders.
Go dancing at the Moulin Rouge. Or just sip coffee in a cafi. France offers an adventure for your senses every moment – from the unmistakable skyline of Paris to the rich, delicious tastes of French cuisine.
Home of many of the world’s great explorers, Portugal perfectly captures the excitement of discovery. Go hiking in the hills and enjoy sweeping views, or discover hidden treasures in the narrow streets of Lisbon.
What to Pack
Casual clothes are perfect for days onboard; comfortable, low-heeled walking shoes are a must. And don’t forget your camera and binoculars, so you don’t miss a thing.
For evening wear, count on three basic types of attire: Casual: Dresses or slacks and blouses for women, sport shirts and trousers for men
Smart Casual: Dresses or pantsuits for women, jackets for men
Formal: Cocktail dresses for women, suits and ties or tuxedos for men (you can usually arrange to rent a tuxedo onboard)
Ashore, if you plan to visit the museums and cathedrals of Europe, it’s always wise to dress conservatively. Sleeveless tops and shorts are generally not allowed.
If you are cruising to Northern Europe, remember that nights on deck can be cool. Bring sweaters, jackets and long pants. You may also want to bring a raincoat, hiking shoes and a travel umbrella.