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Adventure & Expedition Cruises

The key difference between this type of cruise and all others is when you sign up to an adventure or expedition cruise it’s very much about the destination – not the ship (except in perhaps two notable exceptions). You also need to be very aware that this type of cruise is not suitable for the very young or very elderly, as many go to inhospitable climates and will involve a lot of land-based activities which can be strenuous.

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St Helena cruise review

John Honeywell, aka Captain Greybeard, embarks on an intrepid cruise to the tiny island of St Helena Nobody seems to be able to understand why I was so determined to visit St Helena, and I...

Expert Advice: Guide to Round-the-World Cruising

A world cruise has to be the ultimate holiday at sea – nearly four months away from home, being waited on hand and foot, as you circumnavigate the globe, visiting numerous exciting and exotic...

Top 10 expedition cruises

Planning your next expedition cruise? Count down ten of the best with Cruise International's Jane Archer.

6 Expedition Cruise Tips

Expedition cruises can be difficult for the inexperienced. Here are 6 key tips from Cruise International's Jane Archer on how best to plan your next trip.
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Expert advice: Expedition cruises

Cruising doesn’t have to be about big ports and shiny terminals. Get off the beaten track on an expedition cruise.

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