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Best Cruises for Luxury

January 29, 2014
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From mixology classes to croquet lawns, these royalty-worthy ships blend large public spaces with intimate hideouts and personalized service. Welcome to the good life.

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Seabourn Spirit

Seabourn Spirit

You won’t find bargain-basement prices on a Spirit sailing, but what you will find is well worth the price tag: all-suite accommodations, a fold-out marina for water sports ranging from sailing to water skiing, and impeccable service on an overgrown yacht where the crew-to-passenger ratio is practically 1-to-1. Book Now.
Celebrity Silhouette

Celebrity Silhouette

You need look no further than the Bulgari boutique on the main promenade for proof of Celebrity’s luxury cred, but don’t overlook the ship’s other upscale touches — gourmet restaurants, personal enrichment classes and a world-class spa, all of which come at surprisingly low fares. Book Now.
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MarineMax Vacations

Cruise ships, now in fun size. MarineMax offers what are essentially floating villas: crewed yachts ranging in size from 50 to 300 feet that are available for charter not only in the Caribbean, but the Mediterranean and South Pacific as well. Book Now.
m/s Noordam

m/s Noordam

A deluxe itinerary that covers virtually all of the eastern Caribbean, a menu created by the executive chef of Le Cirque, a stunning design highlighted by priceless artifacts and works of art — the Noordam may be a megaliner, but it makes you feel like you’re on a private yacht. Book Now.
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