With soaring passenger numbers and a rapidly increasing choice of cruises, Asia is finally entering the big time as a cruise destination.
For a cruise with a difference, sailing under actual sails brings the golden age of tall ships back to the high seas.
The mountains are capped with snow and the waters are bathed in dazzling sunshine.
Finding it hard to keep up with all that's been happening in cruising?
Journeys to the frozen ends of the earth are unforgettable for the wildlife, scenery and most of all, the ice.
Get the best of both ship and shore on a three-day port visit to Bermuda.
When first discovered, these islands were considered hell on earth. Centuries later, they're now recognised as a unique paradise.
Spectacular scenery, pretty towns, even a cooking lesson - a cruise of the Norwegian fjords hits all the right notes.
This boutique cruise in Tasmania's southwest wilderness is heaven for boaties, birdwatchers and bushwalkers.
Cruising offers an excellent opportunity to combine a no-hassles holiday with personal interests.
When you can get from point A to point B more quickly than ever before, there is something to be said for cruising the slow lane.
Cruising is not everyone's idea of travel, but it's hard not to have a good time once you take the plunge.