by Natasha Wolff | September 1, 2015 12:06 pm
The first step in finding the right cruise is deciding where to go, but with so many incredible destinations to choose from, it’s no easy task. Here, DuJour has rounded up the most memorable excursions (think: a high-end cruise down the coast of Norway and a six-day adventure aboard a luxury yacht from France) to steer you in the right direction—plus, tour five-star suites and spas to travel and relax in the lap of luxury.
The Most Luxurious Suites on the High Seas
A far cry from cramped cabins, these sleek and stately rooms offer tons of space, impressive amenities—in-room spas, personal butlers and grand pianos, to name a few—all with world-class ocean views.
Luxury on the High Seas
Travelers rave about Seabourn’s five-star service—but does the cruise liner live up to the hype? Our writer climbs aboard.
The French (Cruise) Connection
Aboard Le Soléal, the newest luxury yacht from the only French cruise line, it’s easy to sail like a Francophile.
High Life on the High Seas
On this residential luxury liner, daring jetsetters can travel the world without leaving their living rooms.
The 6 Best Spas on the High Seas
Relax and unwind with luxury treatments on your next cruise.
A Cruise of One’s Own
What’s a solo traveler to do aboard a massive ship? Turns out, quite a lot. One writer explores the highs and lows of traveling solo on the Java Sea.
A Luxury Arctic Cruise
A high-end cruise brings you to blue icebergs, polar bears and other glacial wonders.
The World’s Most Beautiful Voyage
Why you need to take a cruise down Norway’s western coast.
Seabourn Sets Sail with Thomas Keller
The ultra-luxe cruise line partnered with the world-renowned chef to bring new menu items aboard their fleet.
The Superhero of Superyachts
One of the world’s foremost yacht interior designers offers a peek inside his favorite projects.
Inside the New Yacht Club de Monaco
See the major makeover.
This Yacht is the Best of Both Worlds
Come aboard the M46 and see why the newest boat from Morris Yachts will excite even sailing purists.
An Art Deco Retrofit for the Modern Yachter
Southern California native Yvonne Colacion designs the M/Y 360° with visions of a luxury boutique hotel at sea.
Traveling the World with DVF
The designer’s personal chef Jane Coxwell takes DuJour on a vicarious journey.
Full Speed Ahead
Maserati and Ermenegildo Zegna collaborate on the most stylish ship to sail the high seas.
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