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Emerald Cruises
Reaching an impressive 110 metres in length, our spectacular superyachts will exceed your yacht cruising expectations. Emerald invite you to join us on...more board our custom-designed superyachts, which allow unique access to the fascinating ports and harbours that only smaller ships can enter. An abundance of space on board, combined with a maximum guest number of 100 and a crew of 68, allows us to provide an excellent level of personal service throughout your trip.
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Budget:Luxury
Known For:Affordable Luxury
Fleet Size:2
Scenic
For more than 36 years Scenic have sought that which lies beyond the horizon, seeking out new experiences, landscapes and cultures to expand your consciousness....more The Scenic Eclipse fleet sets the standard in ocean cruising in terms of technology, size and luxury. State-of-the-art safety features allow us to unlock destinations only others can dream of. Designed to deliver the ultimate experience of a lifetime for only 228 guests, only 200 in the Polar regions, the Scenic Eclipse fleet takes ocean cruising to a whole new level – marrying luxury, discovery and safety, and giving guests the opportunity to explore above and beyond what was previously imaginable.
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Budget:Luxury
Known For:6 Star Cruising
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Princess
Why Princess? Because you want to tell better stories. To immerse yourself in destinations near and far. To try new foods and encounter new cultures. To...more refresh your spirit and reconnect with those you love. Choosing a cruise line can seem tough, but Princess makes it easy. Because you want more than the usual cruise experience…you want to come back new. Discover what makes each port unique through the insights of local experts and crew members who sail with us to over 330 destinations.
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Cruise into Sydney Harbour

Cruise into Sydney Harbour

Glide quietly through the heads toward Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House as the rising sun casts its glow on the waking city. Magic.

White Christmas in Antarctica

White Christmas in Antarctica

Celebrate the Whitest Christmas on a small ship Antarctic Expedition. Gifts include Weddell, crabeater and leopard seals; gentoo, Adelie and chinstrap penguins, and elephant seal sightings.

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Cruise the Norwegian Fjords

Dwarfed by the towering, snowcapped cliffs, your ship glides through fjords into Flam where you will board the famous Flam Railway, witnessing more stunning scenery trackside!

Shipboard days on the Mediterranean

Shipboard days on the Mediterranean

Your sun lounge, a warm breeze, the blue sea, a coastline dotted with whitewashed buildings. Spa time, a dip in the pool, a sumptuous dinner. A timeless day at sea on the Mediterranean. Next port, Rome.

Small Ship Cruising in the Galapagos

Small Ship Cruising in the Galapagos

Visit the Giant Tortoise Breeding program on Isla Isabel on your Galapagos Island cruise. Observe blue footed boobies, white tipped reef sharks, marine iguanas, playful sea lions, penguins and crabs in their natural habitat.

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Recent Cruise Reviews What our clients are saying about their latest cruise adventures

Hassle free booking.   , QLD, Australia, Jun 2024
Hannah took great care of us from beginning to end. Answered any questions we had, promptly and efficiently. This was our first ever cruise and booking through Global Journeys made the process easy. The cruise was wonderful. We had a great time and have decided that we will be going on future cruises. Antarctica is definitely on our bucket list!
Beautiful journey from Venice to Barcelona   , NSW, Australia, May 2024
NCL's itinerary from Venice (actually Trieste which is two hours by train from Venice) to Barcelona was great, with port stops every day, which may or may not be too busy for some, but hey, it's a cruise so you can do as little or as much as you want! Favourite places were Dubrovnik (don't miss the fabulous city walls walk!) and surprisingly, Civitavecchia ...read more (Rome's nearest port), which was a lovely seaside town free from hordes of cruise tourists because most of them went to Rome! The ship (Escape) was quite good compared to some we've been on (Holland America and MSC), and the entertainment was the best out of all the cruises we've done, with one West End-quality show (the raucous Choir of Man) and the others of excellent quality (musical theatre's This One's For You, magician J Alexander, and a juggler/comedian whose name escapes me) but whose budgets were clearly compromised and dwarfed by the Choir of Man's. The food quality on board fluctuated from just average (the complimentary buffet) to the superb (Moderno Churrascaria). Overall it was a very good trip and worth the money especially with all the bonuses given (150min internet, $100 per person ship credit, unlimited drinks package, etc.).
A New Experience Every Day     , QLD, Australia, May 2024
Our trip to the Galapagos Islands was one that was long planned and eagerly awaited, and proved to be everything we had hoped. We had decided that, since we were only going to be there once in our lives, we should spend as much time as we could. I wondered whether the 10 nights on the Grand Queen Beatrix might prove too much, but it was fantastic, ...read more and every day brought a new experience. The wildlife was spectacular and much of it incredibly tame. The opportunity to snorkel every day had us swimming with sea lions, penguins, white-tipped sharks and a huge variety of colourful fish. The unique land and marine iguanas were impressive and birdlife was prolific. Every island was somewhat different and beautiful in its own way.

Intrepid’s Grand Queen Beatrix was a lovely small ship and we were pleased that we had booked one of the balcony rooms. It allowed more air into the cabin and a place to dry wet clothes. The rooms did not have a lot of storage and we ended up with one of us living out of a suitcase, but that worked fine and was not a problem. The crew were wonderful and the guides excellent, food was delicious, healthy and plentiful, which we needed because the high level of activity every day meant increased appetites. We were only filled to capacity (16 pax) for a few days of the trip and our fellow passengers were great company.

The tour included one additional night both before and after the Islands in Quito at Le Parc Hotel. We also booked 2 further nights before and 3 after at Le Parc and made good use of them doing the hop-on/hop-off bus and day trips with to the Mindo Cloud Forest to see hummingbirds and tucans, and Mitad Del Mundo where the equator passes through the outskirts of Quito. We did all these tours with the Quito Tour Bus (quitotourbus.com) which proved good value for money. We also went up the Telerifico Cable Car with expansive views down over Quito and spent a couple of hours in the wonderful Botanic Gardens just one block from the hotel.

I had originally thought I might book a different hotel in the “old town”, but was very glad I had not. Although Le Parc was some distance from the old centre of Quito, it was a comparatively safe area and very cheap to get anywhere by taxi.

For anyone contemplating going to Galapagos Islands and Ecuador, my advice is to do an Intrepid cruise for as many nights as you can afford, and add a couple of extra nights in Quito, where there is much to see and do.
Alaskan Cruise     , VIC, Australia, Apr 2024
First time cruise and enjoyed every minute. Princess cruises are well organised and the cruise went according to plan. Great food and on board entertainment was entertaining. A very relaxing 7 days and the scenery breathtaking.

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The Sanctuary Collection: Redefining Luxury on Princess Cruises

29 April, 2024

The Sanctuary Collection: Redefining Luxury on Princess Cruises

Set sail in unprecedented style with the Sanctuary Collection on Princess Cruises, available exclusively on the next-generation Sun Princess and Star Princess ships. Elevate your holiday to extraordinary heights as you step into a world of bespoke amenities, private spaces, and the epitome of...

Introducing Emerald Kaia: The Next-Generation Superyacht

23 April, 2024

Introducing Emerald Kaia: The Next-Generation Superyacht

Emerald KaiaEmerald Cruises has just announced their new chapter in luxury yacht cruising - Emerald Kaia. A visionary addition to their prestigious fleet, which includes Emerald Azzurra and Emerald Sakara, the Emerald Kaia is scheduled for its maiden voyage in April 2026. This splendid yacht...

Cunard's Great Australian Culinary Journey 2025

27 February, 2024

Cunard's Great Australian Culinary Journey 2025

Embark on a culinary odyssey like no other as Cunard's Great Australian Culinary Voyage returns in February 2025, promising an unforgettable experience for enthusiasts of fine dining and exploration aboard the Queen Elizabeth. This 6-day roundtrip voyage from Sydney is where the culinary...

Scenic Eclipse's East Antarctica Voyages

04 February, 2024

Scenic Eclipse's East Antarctica Voyages

East Antarctica Departing From Australia & NZFrom exploring the Ross Sea, deemed the most pristine piece of ocean left on Earth, to discovering legendary huts made immortal by explorers’ tales, the ultimate adventure awaits you in East Antarctica. With only three departures available...

Common Questions Common questions about cruising

What are the most common types of cabin on a cruise ship?
There are four main types of cabin to be found on a cruise ship being an interior or inside cabin, an ocean view or outside cabin, a balcony room and a suite. The layout, position and size of these types will vary from one cruise ship to another so in order to get the most out of your cruise, it is important to...read more do your research about cabin types, prices and location on the ship before you book. We've outlined some things to consider when choosing a cabin on your cruise.
What is an inside cabin on a cruise ship?
An inside cabin is a windowless room located in the middle of the ship meaning no view to the outside or natural light. This isn't as unappealing as it may sound, there are definite upsides to being inside - the significantly cheaper price point being the main one. Booking an inside cabin leaves more of your holiday...read more budget in your pocket while still giving you access to all the ship's facilities. As you endeavour to take advantage of the extensive entertainment and activities on board you may spend very little time in your cabin and find you just need somewhere quiet and comfortable to sleep at night while your days and evenings are spent making the most of the cruising lifestyle.
Are balcony cabins worth it?
Well that depends. If budget is tight and you spend very little time in your room, you may be better off with a cheaper ocean view or inside cabin. Ocean view cabins can sometimes be more spacious as they don't have a balcony utilising the floor space. However if you have the budget, there are distinct advantages...read more to balcony cabins such as having immediate access to the fresh sea air. It is a truly special thing to be able to enjoy your morning coffee or evening glass of wine while watching the sunrise or sunset over the ocean. Depending on your location, being able to enjoy the scenery from the privacy of your own room is a major drawcard especially as the outer decks can become quite crowded when view points of particular interest.
Is forward or aft better on a cruise ship?
Forward cabins are at the front of the ship and appeal to many as they often have great views, especially when arriving at and leaving ports. Forward cabins can be more spacious and configured differently from a standard balcony cabins as they are arranged across the bow of the ship. Forward rooms can be subject...read more to more motion as the ship breaks the waves, so may not be the first choice for those prone to sea sickness. The aft is at the back of the ship and the uninterrupted views over the ship's wake are a big drawcard for these cabins as are more space and bigger balconies. This can mean a higher price point for aft cabins. There might be some vibration or noise from the engine or anchor at the aft of the ship. 

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