From the rustic to the futuristic, Valencia is enthralling.
Reclining like a goddess off the pointy end of Croatia is Brac, whose bountiful attributes are sometimes overlooked in the rush to Mykonos and Santorini.
Alaska offers a curious combination of the insubstantial, the surreal and the alarmingly down to earth.
This is cruising that doesn't play by the rules that apply to regular cruises.
No matter what type of holiday you like, there is a cruise to match your needs
Fine dining steps up a notch on board these vessels ahoy there, captain's table.
Technological advances are really pushing the boat out when it comes to cruising.
New Caledonia is a feast for Francophiles and turtle lovers.
With its superb combination of natural setting and harbour-side skyscrapers, few ports provide such a grand entrance as Hong Kong.
It is surprisingly easy to find seclusion and tranquility on a massive cruise ship.
The Great Barrier Reef's sweet spot offers crystal-clear and bath-water warm water, and a sky cerulean and unencumbered by clouds.
Cruise passengers are increasingly seeking voyages that give them the chance to enjoy interests they are passionate about.