1.      ALASKA

Come aboard Norwegian Cruise Line to Alaska and feel what it's like when you let the outside in. Browse through our Alaskan cruises and find the best cruise deals designed to make your cruise experience unforgettable. With 7 cruise ships sailing from 6 departure ports, including land and sea packages on our Alaska Cruisetours, there's something for everyone to enjoy. From action-packed wilderness adventures and extraordinary sightseeing on our shore excursions, to an extended sailing season, there are plenty of opportunities to find the perfect Alaska cruise vacation designed for you. With ships custom-built to help you see nature at its most majestic, you can witness whales breaching the surface, marvel at spectacular glaciers, and experience everything Alaska has to offer. When you cruise with Norwegian, the awe of Alaska stays with you throughout your vacation.

Enjoy the Freedom to Cruise Alaska the Way You Like - There's a reason why the best way to cruise Alaska is with Norwegian – we've got something for every type of traveler. Thrill-seekers will jump for joy at our two-level race track and laser tag, followed by a stroll down The Waterfront, our revolutionary quarter-mile oceanfront promenade, for a glacier-side meal, available on board Norwegian Encore and Norwegian Bliss. Looking for a more intimate cruise ship experience? The newly revitalized Norwegian JewelNorwegian Sun and Norwegian Spirit bring that and more with beautifully renovated spaces and staterooms. Sip a cocktail with spectacular views from the coziest spot at Spinnaker Lounge or take a dip in one of five luxurious hot tubs. Whichever ship you choose, Alaska and the vacation of a lifetime await. 

Explore Alaska by Land and Sea -Head deeper into the frozen wilderness with one of our Alaska Cruisetours on board Norwegian Jewel and Norwegian Spirit, combining your cruise with an immersive land vacation that goes beyond the expected. Spanning from 11- to 14-days, these cruise vacation packages include overnight stays in Denali, Anchorage, Fairbanks, Homer, Talkeetna, and Valdez. Exclusive to Norwegian, all Cruise Tours are led by local Alaskan guides to provide you with an authentic Alaska experience.




Journey to one of the most fascinating travel destinations on earth on cruises to Antarctica with Celebrity. Antarctica is a land of extremes, home to towering mountains, vast glaciers, and an abundance of wildlife. Gaze at Antarctica’s dramatic landscapes in the company of expert naturalists as you glide slowly through iceberg-strewn waters in search of penguins, seals, and whales.

You'll sail to Elephant Island, where Shackleton's men waited out a brutal Antarctic winter, and learn about the continent's rich history as you explore its vast wild expanse. Cruise through the Schollaert Channel to spot penguin colonies on the ice, and witness dazzling views of Rojas Peak as you sail through Paradise Bay. Experience the awe-inspiring beauty of Antarctica on a luxury cruise with Celebrity and discover a world like no other.

Majestic Mountains - From your ship, you’ll see some of Antarctica’s most dramatic mountain peaks, including Rojas Peak and Bryde Peak, cloaked in snow and ice. An Antarctica cruise will also take you in view of the mighty, blue-white Petzval Glacier. Get a sense of the sheer raw magnitude of these mighty natural wonders as your ship navigates through the Antarctic Sound surrounded by nature at its most extreme.

Whales and Wildlife - During an Antarctica cruise, you’ll have the chance to look out for some of the world’s most incredible marine mammals. Marvel at humpback and minke whales gliding gracefully through the water. Spot elephant seals lounging on pristine rocks, and watch waddling penguins as they go about their day, tending their young, and diving off the ice into the water to feed.

Icebergs and Bays - One of the most enthralling aspects of Antarctica is the fact that it’s virtually untouched by humans. The bays you’ll visit during your Antarctica cruise are a startling shade of blue and remarkably clear, making for some of the most beautiful unspoiled views you’ll get anywhere on the planet. Admire towering icebergs as your ship navigates slowly through the icy waters. You’ll see icebergs in mesmerizing shapes and sizes, and colors from brilliant white to sapphire blue.

Antarctica Cruise Ports: Elephant Islands, Paradise Bay, Schollaert Channel, Gerlache Strait - Antarctica Cruise Itineraries - Antarctica cruises embark in Buenos Aires, Argentina and sail for 14 days with six days at sea. These cruises visit a number of locations on and around the Antarctic Peninsula including Elephant Island, the Gerlache Strait, Schollart Channel, and Paradise Bay. You will also call at popular South American ports including Montevideo, Uruguay, Puerto Madryn and Ushuaia in Argentina, as well as Port Stanley in the Falkland Islands. Cruises depart during the Southern Hemisphere summer months of January and February.




Whether you love art, history, natural wonders, fine cuisine, or all of the above, a Mediterranean cruise lets you experience something amazing at every stop. From the history-lined canals of Venice to the sun-soaked playgrounds of the French Riviera to the iconic architecture of Spain, our array of award-winning Europe vacations offers something special for every discerning world traveler.

Get up close to historic sites like the ancient Colosseum in Rome, the Acropolis in Athens, and the charming Old City of Dubrovnik. Take stellar photos at the Piazza San Marco in Venice, the Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy, and the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona. See Michelangelo’s remarkable Renaissance artwork on the Sistine Chapel ceiling as you tour Vatican City.

In Portugal, experience the spectacular medieval architecture in Lisbon and taste a variety of Port wines in Porto. Explore our new port-of-call in Italy, Trieste, and its ancient architecture, lively cultural scene, and Venetian-inspired coffeehouses. We’re also returning to Kusadasi, and Istanbul in Turkey.

Some of the most beautiful natural sights you’ll ever see may be the view of the whitewashed buildings and turquoise waters in Santorini or the pastel-colored fishing villages in the Amalfi Coast in Italy. A Mediterranean cruise will most definitely move you.

And make sure to get a true taste of the Med with authentic paella in Spain, a visit to a local patisserie in France, fresh homemade pasta in Italy, and moussaka in Greece.

Discover the Old World with a luxury Mediterranean cruise as only we can do it.


4.      SOUTH – EAST

With such a variety of cultures, islands, and natural beauty to explore, it’s no wonder cruises to southeast Asia are often at the top of any seasoned traveler’s list. Dip your toes in the crystal blue waters off the coast of Bali, or take in the big city sights in some of Asia’s most exciting capitals. Travel to ancient Buddhist temples and trek to hidden waterfalls through tropical rainforests, all on the same trip. 

Discover contemporary Singapore, where you can wander through an indoor cloud forest before touring the beautiful bay. Take a yoga class in artsy Ubud before basking in the sun on one of Bali’s beaches. Visit one of the best luxury shopping destinations in Kuala Lumpur, and uncover centuries of intricate cultural and historical heritage in both Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi, Vietnam. Take your vacation to the next level on a luxury cruise to southeast Asia with Celebrity.

Wild Tropical Nature - The natural splendor of southeast Asia is as abundant as it is diverse, and you’ll see examples of this at practically every port call on your cruise. From wild bird species in their natural habitat to the snake-like patterns of the Saigon River as it twists and turns through the verdant agricultural land of southern Vietnam, traveling here is a true feast for the senses. You can visit some of the world’s most beautiful beaches, rainforests, and mountains, all on one trip.

Delicious Authentic Cuisine - From Bangkok to Bali and beyond, Southeast Asia offers a world of spices, fresh produce, delicious meats, and centuries-old recipes that will excite anybody from the pickiest to the most adventurous eater. Get a true authentic taste of signature dishes and flavors at each port, from high-end restaurants to the sizzling fresh flavors of Asia’s street food stalls and markets.

World-Class Shopping - From the famous Suria KLCC in Kuala Lumpur to the busy Bugis street in Singapore, there’s no shortage of world-class luxury shopping options on Celebrity’s Southeast Asia cruises. You’ll find bespoke suits and gowns on Nguyen Trai Street in Ho Chi Minh, and artisan ceramics, bamboo sculptures, and woven baskets in the craft villages around Hanoi. 

Sparkling Singapore is an exciting city that prides itself on its architectural beauty with a modern twist. With an abundance of green spaces and stunning landmarks, you’ll find no shortage of sites to discover during an Asia cruise that departs from Singapore. Take a stroll down the sprawling Singapore Botanic Gardens or marvel at the futuristic waterfront park of Gardens by the Bay. Soak in the city-wide views from the top of the Singapore Flyer Ferris wheel or walk along the Marina Bay and explore historic hotels and bars. Singapore has a little something for everyone, including outdoor adventure, a world-class dining scene, unrivaled shopping, and everything in between.

On cruises from Singapore, you’ll stop in stunning ports in Thailand, Vietnam, and Japan, along the way. Even better, on some itineraries, you’ll spend an overnight in Singapore, which will allow you to discover the city’s thrilling nightlife and breathtaking skyline views that come alive once the sun goes down. Southeast Asia Cruise Itineraries - Sail across Southeast Asia on these fabulous luxury cruises, which range from 11 to 15 nights. Cruises run from October to March and embark from hubs like Singapore, Benoa, Sydney, and Tokyo.



Your choice of Australian cruise ports is as grand as the continent itself. Climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge for a breathtaking bird’s-eye view of the Sydney Opera House. Trek through one of the world’s last temperate rainforests in Tasmania, sample award-winning wine in Margaret River and snorkel in the crystalline waters of the Great Barrier Reef or ride camelback on a beach in Broome / Rubibi.

Explore the Great Barrier Reef from Airlie Beach / Ngaro Country. Visit the award-winning Rainforestation National Park in Cairns / Gimuy. Ride a camel along the shore, and learn the secrets to pearl farming in Broome / Rubibi. On itineraries with More Ashore Late Night calls, we stay until at least 9 p.m. in port so you can experience some of the fabulous nightlife.

Pursue your passion for wine, beer and chocolate with a taste-testing tour in the Margaret River region. Explore the art and crafts in the charming cities of Hahndorf and Montville, or visit a variety of museums and cultural parks to celebrate Australia’s rich native and colonial history.

Traverse a canopy path above the forest floor for a bird’s-eye view of the ancient karri and tingle trees near Albany / Kinjarling. Behold the otherworldly spires at Perth’s Nambung National Park. Explore the underwater beauty of the Great Barrier Reef, or travel inland to Tamborine Mountain, a fertile volcanic plateau that boasts 21 species of birds.

From Tasmanian devils to wombats and kookaburras, you’ll encounter fascinating animals and plants from the region and from around the globe at Brisbane’s / Meeanjin Australia Zoo, Melbourne’s Healesville Sanctuary, Sydney’s Featherdale Wildlife Park and the Perth Zoo.

Sydney hosts several architectural delights, including the iconic Sydney Opera House and the 320-meter-tall Sydney Tower and Government House, one of Australia’s finest examples of colonial-style architecture. In the heart of Melbourne sits Federation Square, and rising 230 meters into Brisbane / Meeanjin’s skyline, the SkyPoint viewing deck boasts 360-degree views of the Gold Coast.

Many of Australia’s museums are closely tied to the land, its people and history. Hobart is known for its well-preserved 19th century National Trust buildings, Broome’s / Rubibi museum traces native life and the pearling industry, while in Tasmania you can discover what life was back in the early 1900s.

While the Sydney Opera House is a prime example of architectural design at its finest, Port Arthur’s humble penal colony stands as a grim reminder of Australia’s early beginnings. There are a number of natural World Heritage Sites, including the Great Barrier Reef, the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, the Blue Mountains and the Rainforestation National Park.

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