Cruise Lines 
Cruise Specialists partners with the best cruise lines to find the right fit for you.
Azamara Club Cruises
Azamara specializes in “Destination Immersion,” meaning longer evenings or overnights in more ports so travelers can get a better feel for the destination. Gratuities, beverages and more included in fare.
Ships: 2, approximately 690 guests each
Celebrity Cruises
Offering a happy medium between the largest cruise ships and ultra-luxury small ships, Celebrity Cruises provides “modern luxury,” with chic décor and artfully-designed menus.
Ships: 10, including one 96-passenger expedition ship in the Galápagos
Crystal Cruises
Consistently receives top accolades from Condé Nast Traveler and Travel + Leisure magazine readers. All-inclusive cruises include fine wines and spirits, gratuities and more.
Ships: 2 ocean-going ships, 1 yacht & 5 river cruise ships; also private jet travel
Cunard Line
Cunard is best known for its transatlantic crossings aboard the elegant Queen Mary 2. Its fleet of 3 grand ships feature traditional style and modern amenities.
Ships: 3, approximately 2,000 to 2,620 guests
Holland America Line
Popular with Cruise Specialists guests for its classic style and enriching journeys, Holland America Line sets itself apart with timeless elegance with a modern twist, built on a 140+ year history.
Ships: 14, including one new in 2016; 835 to 2,650 guests
Oceania Cruises
Intimate, luxurious ships known for a high level of culinary service, led by Master Chef Jacques Pépin. Country-club casual environment with enrichment programs, guest lecturers and more.
Ships: 6, including one new in 2016; 684 to 1,250 guests
Paul Gauguin Cruises
Small ships that carry discerning guests to coveted ports around the world. One of their two ships is designed to cruise the shallow waters of the South Pacific year round.
Ships: 1; carrying 332 guests
Princess Cruises
Princess Cruises serves a wide variety of travelers and destinations, including Alaska. Popular with families. Best Cruise Line for the Money, U.S. News & World Report 2015.
Ships: 18; from 670 to 3,500 guests
Regent Seven Seas Cruises®
True luxury. Fares include free roundtrip air, free unlimited shore excursions, free specialty restaurants, free unlimited beverages (including fine wines and spirits), free pre-paid gratuities and more.
Ships: 4, including 1 new in 2016; from 490 to 750 guests
Royal Caribbean International
Innovative cruise line, constantly developing new, high-energy features for guests of all ages. Cutting-edge entertainment and a fleet of modern ships that travel the globe.
Ships: 26, including 1 new in 2016; from 1,800 to 5,400 guests
Feel like part of an exclusive club on these small, ultra-luxury ships. Partnership with UNESCO promotes sustainable tourism at World Heritage sites. Partnership with chef Thomas Keller.
Ships: 4, including 1 new in 2016; approximately 450-600 guests
Small luxury ships that include butler suites, most with private verandas. All-inclusive fare covers almost all discretionary onboard expenses, including fine wines and spirits and gratuities.
Ships: 10 ships, including 1 new in 2016 and 3 expedition ships
Windstar Cruises
A private yacht experience for those who enjoy intimate cultural experiences and handcrafted shore excursions. A complimentary private event for guests on almost every sailing.
Ships: 6; 3 power yachts and 3 tall-masted sailing yachts, fewer than 300 guests
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