Don't be a Tourist.
Be a Traveler.
Small Ship Cruising
If you long for the open ocean but bristle at the thought of all-night discos, thousand-seat dining rooms or congested Caribbean ports-turned-duty-free-shopping-malls, know this: not all cruise ships are vast, floating resorts. A burgeoning industry niche revolves around small vessels -- a wide-ranging group that includes yachts, rugged expedition ships, riverboats and classic sailing schooners -- where passenger counts top out at closer to 300, rather than 3,000.
Big Ship Cruising
These ships have all the bells and whistles. If you're looking for all night discos, full-service casinos, a dozen different restaurants to choose from and maybe squeeze in some ice skating before catching a broadway play before dinner, then you should definately check these ships out. These floating cities have everything you can possibly want from a vacation when it comes to entertainment, cuisine and complete relaxation.
Hawaii & South Pacific
We've always said that the south pacific is where God vacations. And after visiting destinations like Fiji, Tahiti, Cook Islands and all the Islands of Hawaii, We stand by that. The great blend of culture, cuisine and breathtaking beaches, make the South Pacific one of our favorite destinations to send out clients to. So if you're looking to slow things down a bit, and appreciate some of the best tropical destinations on the planet, then you need to check out the South Pacific.