This post was last updated on July 26th, 2016
The luxurious Seabourn Sojourn first appeared on the Thames back in 2010 and stretches out across 11,400 square feet over 2 decks of both indoor and outdoor space. There are also plenty of open terraces available on the luxury liner spread over a further 7 decks. It houses 6 whirlpool jacuzzis and a couple of on board swimming pools. In fact the on board spa is the largest of its kind seen on any cruise ship in the entire world. It features a Patio bar and grill, an open-air Sky bar, a club, observation bar and even a Grand Salon which often features a number of cabaret performances to entertain its guests.
Currently the number one cruise ship in the world the Crystal Serenity claims the highest space-per-guest ratios at sea. The ship can home 1,070 guests each of whom will never get bored on this superb luxury liner. Apart from it’s on board Galaxy Lounge showroom, casino, cinema, clubs, bars and saloons there are all sorts of outside on deck activities to get involved with. It has a tennis court, swimming pools, spa and fitness center and if you’re lucky enough to get one of the Crystal Penthouses with veranda you’ll enjoy 1,345 square feet of your own luxury space and personal butler service.
If you aren’t fortunate enough to win a spot on the Fortune Lounge Cruise and you’re looking to celebrate then the Paul Gauguin is always a good option. Whether you’re honeymooning, celebrating an anniversary or have just retired then a trip on the Gauguin is a great option for those looking to celebrate in style. The ship has been especially designed in order to reach smaller ports that the larger liners cannot and can be found sailing Tahiti and French Polynesia all year-round. All the rooms on board have an ocean view and 70% of them even have balconies.
SEVEN SEAS NAVIGATOR
This Regent Seven Seas Cruise ship is a much smaller luxury liner which offers its 490 guests all-suite accommodation. It’s perfect for those who are looking for something a little less vast and crowded with other on board guests. Despite its size the ship includes 3 restaurants and all sorts of evening entertainment for passengers to enjoy as well as a pool deck and couple of whirlpools. Each room also comes with its own private balcony, marble bathroom, walk-in closet and butler service.