There's something about old-time sailing ships that captures the mind and heart.
There's nowhere else in the world quite like the Kimberley.
You don't miss out on a regular cruise's sights and you do get additional insights.
More varied, casual dining venues are appearing on cruise ships as the wider trend towards increasing on-board informality gathers pace, reports Brian Johnston.
What's to love about Royal Caribbean's Symphony of the Seas, the giant new cruise ship that arrived at its new home of Miami for the first time earlier this month?
Small cruise ships can reach into the sort of places bigger ships can’t access.
You can see passengers decompressing, shedding their clothes, giving up on trying to comb their wind-tangled hair.
For visitors, Christmas is the perfect time to experience the culture and the atmosphere of a traditional yuletide celebration.
The curving path of the Murray and the ebb and flow of life along it can't help but soothe the soul.
A Kimberley cruise offers the chance to sail through 60,000 years of history.
When it comes to cruising, the salt air, exotic ports and relaxation all get big ticks. But then there are the crowds.
A Mekong cruise through Vietnam and Cambodia's charming rural hamlets.