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Winter Sun cruise hotspots – 6 of the best destinations in the Mediterranean and...

Escape the chilly northern winter with these top winter sun cruise destinations around Europe and North Africa Azure skies , sparkling seas and an abundance of cultural attractions: it's not surprising that the southern Mediterranean...
Cruising British Isles

Britain Cruise Guide

SEEING BRITAIN from the sea was fashionable in the 1920s and a voyage around this isle is once again popular. Set sail on a summertime cruise and discover the wealth of culture, history and entertainment to be found within the English, Scottish and Welsh coastline.
The port of Valleta, Malta

Valletta Malta Port Guide

MALTA IS accurately described as one big open air museum, with stunning architecture, ancient watchtowers and historic villages to explore, and activities ranging from cycling and walking to some of the finest scuba diving in the Mediterranean.

Islands of the Eastern Caribbean

IF YOU'RE in search of fabulous scenery, sandy beaches and crystal-clear water, head for the world's most popular cruising spot - you won't fail to be impressed by the sights, sounds and colours on offer.

Exper Advice: Guide to cruising the Eastern Mediterranean

The atmosphere, beauty and spirit of the sun-drenched Eastern Mediterranean lures cruise visitors from far and wide. It's a cultural and yet carefree destination that's has everything from beaches to ancient ruins and is ripe for exploring.

Stanley Falkland Islands port guide

THERE'S BEEN a boom of cruise ship visits to the Falkland Islands in recent years. Calling at Stanley, the southernmost capital in the world, the ships tend to be en route to the Antarctic Peninsula, South Georgia and South American ports; many world cruises make a stop at Stanley, too.

Grenada Port Guide

PRISTINE BEACHES, hidden waterfalls, rainforest and volcanic landscapes, Grenada and its sister islands, Carriacou and Petite Martinique, are true Caribbean gems. Cruising within the Southern Caribbean is incomplete without the inclusion of the "Spice of the Caribbean"

Rio de Janeiro Port Guide

RIO DE Janeiro or "River of January" is named after the month Portuguese explorers first discovered this now bustling and colourful city. And colourful it needs to be - to compete with the natural beauty of its surroundings. Sugarloaf Mountain and myriad other peaks jostle for attention at the north and west of the city.

Silversea Silver Wind review – Cruising from the Seychelles to India

LANDING IN the humid heat of the Seychelles, an archipelago of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean, is a pleasing shock to the system. Greeted by the vista of forested, cloud-raked mountains at Mahé's airport, it's hard to grasp that less than a day has passed since leaving England.

Best River Cruise destinations – Cruise International’s top 4 river cruises

IT MAY be one of the oldest forms of travel - linking countries and providing historic trading arteries - but today more and more people are discovering the joys of river cruising for pleasure. Rarely carrying more than 300 passengers, river cruising is an intimate and informal experience.

Cruise International

Cruise International is the UK’s highest-selling newsstand travel magazine dedicated to cruise holidays. Packed with inspirational reviews, the hottest destination advice, celebrity interviews and the very latest ocean and river cruise news, it helps both new and experienced cruisers alike plan their next trip. With its high production values, stunning photography and outstanding editorial, Cruise International is first choice for Britain’s 1.75 million annual cruise holidaymakers.

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