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Arabella

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** Sep 2012 Update ** The Arabella is currently in dry dock. Please call our agents for recommendations on alternative sailing cruises ** The sailing yacht Arabella is a stunning three-masted tall ship that combines the elegance of a classic windjammer experience with modern conveniences and amenities. With 20 air-conditioned, en suite cabins and inviting teak decks featuring a whirlpool and shaded cabana seating, a cruise on the Arabella promises both comfort and an exhilarating sailing experience. The Arabella sails the Caribbean and New England all year round and can also be chartered for private and corporate events.

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Austral

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**SPECIAL OFFER** Save up to 30% on full prices. The earlier you book the better the discount available. Please call for latest special offers. Pricing shown here reflects full brochure price only. The state-of-the-art mega-yacht, L’Austral launched in May 2011, bringing a unique blend of luxury, intimacy and well-being to small ship cruising. With just 132 cabins, L’Austral’s sleek design and small size means she can offer exclusive itineraries featuring ports of call that are inaccessible to larger ships. The yacht’s distinctive shape features smooth contours and large, arched windows, opening up to the sea and letting in the light. Precious materials in soothing neutral tones are brought to life with splashes of colour to create a discreet elegance reminiscent of a private yacht.

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Belize Aggressor III

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The Belize Aggressor III is a luxurious four deck expedition yacht that enables passengers to explore some of the finest dive sites off the coast of Belize. The boat has been specifically designed for the needs of the diver and has a spacious, well designed dive deck. In addition, trained crew of six is there to take care of your every need.

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Columbia III

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Stately, graceful, quiet, steadfast and beautiful is what comes to mind when one sees the Columbia III. Built in 1968 her classic lines are still recognized and admired at every port. However, in the early 1990s she was completely refurbished with great attention to detail and passenger enjoyment. From her wheelhouse with the latest navigational electronics to the large, covered aft-deck, she is immaculate and the woodworking throughout is of the finest quality.

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Curve of Time

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The Curve of Time is a 25.5 metre Side Trawler built in Holland circa 1959. She fished comercially in the North Sea until 1984 and now explores the fascinating waterways and inlets of British Colombia’s coastline. This unique vessel accommodates ten guests both in cabins on the main deck and individually curtained, traditional ship’s bunks below deck alongside the cosy sitting area and central galley where delicious meals are prepared.

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Deutschland

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The luxury cruise liner, the Deutschland, offers the comfort of a five star hotel, incorporating the highest quality and service standards in the luxury cruise market. With one crew member for every two passengers you can be sure that your voyage will be exceptional in every way. Accommodating a maximum of 520 passengers as she circumnavigates the globe, the Deutschland was constructed in 1998 to recall the casual elegance of a Grand Hotel from a bygone era, where rich brass balustrades complement a generous array of onboard amenities, including salons, restaurants, shops, pools, bars, fitness facilities and much much more.

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Discovery (Panama Canal)

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The Discovery is a 33 metre long, purpose built catamaran, accommodating just 24 guests in 12 comfortable cabins. Her compact size ensures an intimate and peaceful cruise in a somewhat exclusive setting. Likewise, the vessel is able to manoeuvre easily, getting up close and personal with nature, guaranteeing an unforgettable cruise along the Panama Canal and beyond!

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Don Jose

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The Don Jose will stop at some of the best dive sites in the area that has earned the Sea of Cortez its world-famous reputation for diving excellence. Live-aboard means flexibility, range and optimum diving time that day boats can’t match. The Don Jose comfortably accommodates up to 16 passengers in seven above-deck cabins. With a convenient swim step, storage lockers, DVD and VHS video system and a natural history library for your perusal, this vessel will make your adventure a true pleasure.

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Duen's Journey

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Reputed to be one of the most beautiful wooden boats on the British Columbia coast, Duen's Journey is a true classic. She is a traditional Norwegian designed Galeas gaff rigged ketch - large enough for comfort and privacy, and small enough to create a great ambiance for up to 8 passengers. Guests can enjoy the social atmosphere below deck around the extensive natural history library and warmth of the Norwegian stove, above deck in the Pilothouse, or around the large on deck dining table for barbecues and sunsets.

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Edgewater Fortune

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During the past 25 years many groups of people have had the pleasure of cruising British Columbia's amazing scenic coastal waters with Captain Johansen and his able crew aboard the Edgewater Fortune. The home waters of this 47-passenger vessel are the spectacular passages and inlets all along the British Columbia's coast.

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Island Odyssey

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Explore British Columbia and Southeast Alaska aboard the 68' Island Odyssey - a luxury yacht featuring 8 cabins, 3 bathrooms and a deluxe salon. Sailors will love her easy roller-reefing and performance under sail and all are welcome to help the crew sail. Discover ancient villages and amazing wildlife along remote shorelines. Shower under waterfalls, soak in hot springs or kayak up to an unexplored beach on a fantastic, eco-tour, small-ship cruise.

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Island Roamer

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Explore British Columbia and Southeast Alaska aboard the 68' Island Roamer, a luxury yacht featuring 8 cabins, 3 bathrooms and a deluxe salon. Watch whales in the ocean, see the elusive all-white Spirit Bear in the wilderness and visit ancient native villages along remote shorelines. You can ven help the crew sail the ship. For unique experiences and memorable adventures a fantastic, wilderness and wildlife coastal eco-small-ship cruise is the way to go.

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Island Spirit

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The Island Spirit was originally built in 1978 as an oil supply vessel but was completely rebuilt and repowered in 2002 to carry 32 passengers in 16 well-appointed en suite staterooms along the stunning Alaskan coastline.

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Le Boreal

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**SPECIAL OFFER**Early Booking Savings of up to 30% may be applied to all cruises on this ship. These savings vary according to the number of available cabins on the ship so please call our agents to get the most up-to-date price on your cruise. One of the most state-of-the-art ships, launched in May 2010, the luxury Le Boreal features a modern design, sleek silhouette and small size - just 142 metres in length. Le Boreal offers intimate itineraries to rare ports. A mega-yacht with 132 cabins, she is the fruit of the expertise of the Italian Fincantieri shipyard and offers utter French sophistication, as interpreted by designer Jean-Philippe Nuel, creating a unique atmosphere, a subtle blend of luxury, intimacy and well-being.

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Le Champlain

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Launching in 2018, Le Champlain is one of a new series of Explorer ships that remain true to the Ponant spirit, embodying the unique atmosphere that is the cruise line’s hallmark: a subtle blend of refinement, intimacy and comfort. The ship offers guests elegantly designed cabins, spacious suites with large windows, and lounge areas that open onto the outside, this new limited-capacity yacht boasting just 92 cabins and suites will offer you a truly unique cruising experience.

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Great Lakes of North America

From £5469.03 Per person including taxes Sailing dates October 6th 2019

Set sail aboard Le Champlain for a brand new 11-day cruise discovering the Great Lakes of North America. Depart from Milwaukee, in the US state of Wisconsin, the beginning of your voyage following the footsteps of the first settlers, trappers and Native Americans. Discover the picturesque landscapes and geological curiosities, the history of the Native Americans inhabiting the region before European colonization, charming islands and villages and bustling metropolises. Your voyage ends in Quebec City.

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Great Lakes of North America from Quebec

From £5469.03 Per person including taxes Sailing dates September 12th 2019

Join Le Champlain for a brand new 11-day cruise discovering the Great Lakes of North America. Depart from Quebec City, whose old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Discover the picturesque landscapes and geological curiosities, the history of the Native Americans inhabiting the region before European colonization, charming islands and villages and bustling metropolises. Your voyage ends in Milwaukee, Chicago.

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Le Soleal

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**SPECIAL OFFER**Early Booking Savings of up to 30% may be applied to all cruises on this ship. These savings vary according to the number of available cabins on the ship so please call our agents to get the most up-to-date price on your cruise. Built in the style of the world’s most luxurious mega-yachts and newly launched in 2013, Le Soléal offers an exquisite cruising experience, combining exciting voyages of discovery with the passionate attention to detail that creates an intimate and relaxing setting for this most graceful form of travel. With its sleek and environmentally friendly design, Le Soléal is capable of accessing smaller ports and its unobstructed arching windows expand your view of the most beautiful scenery. All 132 staterooms and suites are furnished with only the most elegant decor; pristine silvers, creamy whites and a style fashioned after today’s luxury yachting world. Enjoy delicious French cuisine at the stunning Gastronomic Restaurant or a casual buffet lunch in the Grill Restaurant. Relax with a cocktail in the Main Lounge and take in live entertainment in the Panoramic Lounge and the state-of-the-art theatre. Unwind in the fitness room, or survey the horizon from the open-air bar and pool deck.

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SPECIAL OFFER - California 8 Day Cruise

From £2761.06 Per person including taxes Sailing dates October 2nd 2018

**Special Offer**The supplement for single usage of a double cabin is waived, according to availability and staterooms categories. Please call for more information. Join this eight day cruise departing from Vancouver, Canada to the golden state of California.Your first call will be to the town of Victoria, named after the former queen of the United Kingdom boasting tranquil gardens and fertile seas, where you will be able to spot whales in their natural environment. Next after spending two days at sea you will arrive at the iconic city of San Francisco boasting famous attractions including the impressive Golden Gate bridge, Alcatraz and Fisherman's Wharf. You can also explore the fascinating Mission District and Castro neighbourhood and visit the Cable Car Museum and San Francisco Museum of Art. Next the cruise moves onto Los Angeles, a sprawling city at the heart of the TV and movie business. Discover the Hollywood Hills, the Walk of Fame, but also the ambiance of Venice Beach which is unchanged since the 1960s, and of course Beverly Hills brimming with designer boutiques and world class restaurants.

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SPECIAL OFFER - Jewels of Latin America 13 Day Cruise

From £4929.21 Per person including taxes Sailing dates October 22nd 2018

**Special Offer**The supplement for single usage of a double cabin is waived, according to availability and staterooms categories. Please call for more information. Join Le Soleal as she journeys around Latin America visiting no less than five countries on this magical thirteen day cruise. You will call at San Juan del Sur in Nicaragua and travel to Granada, at the foot of the Mombacho volcano. Visit Puerto Caldera, from where you can visit the beautiful Poas Volcano National Parc an idyllic speck of land with an amazing ecosystem. Visit the historical centres of Cuenca and Quito, both UNESCO World Heritage Sites and discover of the jewels of Peru: the archaeological site of Chan Chan.

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Maple Leaf

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Maple Leaf is a classic, 92-foot schooner. She has a rich history of operation on the coast and draws an admiring crowd when we are alongside. Maple Leaf is extremely safe and comfortable. She has an enviable reputation as both a beautiful and sea-worthy vessel. Her accommodations are very comfortable. The spacious main cabin is open and airy by day, and the sleeping areas offer large comfortable beds (bunks) with fluffy duvets, pillows and throws and brass reading lamps. They are surrounded with walls on two-and-a-half sides and thick, heavy curtains on the other one-and-a-half sides. There are three bathrooms (heads) with showers. A dining lounge also holds the ship's library and is a pleasant place to sit and read, chat, or enjoy a cup of tea. The above-deck wheelhouse offers another seating area and the ship's natural history library. Maple Leaf has lots of deck space, on which people may choose to sit and watch the coast's scenery, chat with others, steer the ship, or have quiet time alone.

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National Geographic Explorer

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A former Norwegian ferry, the National Geographic Explorer was converted into a state-of-the-art ice-class expedition ship and launched in 2008. She is a powerful, fast and stylish cruiser designed for 21st-century exploration. The ship offers up to 148 guests an environment of adventure, comfort and informality in her expansive public areas and 81 outside cabins.

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Nautilus Explorer

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The Nautilus Explorer offers some of the most luxurious liveaboard scuba diving expeditions on the sea. Most staterooms feature side by side berths, "under bed" storage for suitcases, air-conditioning and private washroom and shower. Two executive suites are located immediately forward of the hot tub deck. The main salon is one of the most popular places to relax on the Nautilus. A 42" plasma TV is mounted above the ship's library and adjacent to our well stocked bar. A large projection screen is fitted on the opposite wall and a PC fitted with cardreaders, CD burner and Adobe Photoshop Elements is secured onto a corner table. The hot tub and sundeck is the center of outdoor relaxation onboard the Nautilus. An ample supply of sun chairs line the perimeter of this deck and more lounge chairs are located one deck up. Large picture windows make the scenery an integral part of your dining experience while attentive members of staff are on duty during mealtimes to make sure that you are completely looked after.

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Nekton Pilot

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The Nekton Pilot is a revolutionary Small Waterplane Area Twin Hull Liveaboard that offers guests the ultimate smooth ride and luxury accommodation. The Nekton Pilot offers the popular Bahamas itineraries departing from Fort Lauderdale during the late spring, summer, and early autumn months. It also offers popular Belize Central America itineraries during the late autumn, winter, and early spring months. The Nekton Pilot was designed from the ground up specifically as a SCUBA diving Liveaboard for Nekton by SWACAT Technologies. The Nekton Pilot's design includes two struts on each side connecting the superstructure to the submerged pontoons that provide bouyancy. This design provides the ultimate in stability by minimizing the waterplane area.

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Okeanos Aggressor

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The Okeanos Aggressor offers an elegant adventure aboard a luxurious, fully equipped four deck live-aboard dive yacht. A journey around the Cocos Islands in Costa Rica enables passengers to enjoy spectacular diving, while relaxing in luxurious comfort on the yacht.

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Pacific Yellowfin

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Built in 1943, the Pacific Yellowfin was restored in 2003 to accentuate its original character and charm, and is one of the most luxurious yachts operating on the Pacific Northwest coast. Boasting outstanding facilities and comfort, the Pacific Yellowfin embarks on an exceptional range of itineraries around the famed waters of British Columbia and Alaska. Whether indulging in a luxury culinary cruise off Vancouver Island, getting up close to humpback and killer whales, bears and sea lions or taking an eco-tour through the Great Bear Rainforest, the Pacific Yellowfin will ensure a memorable cruising experience.

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Panorama

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The Panorama was launched in 1993 and fully renovated in 2009 and is now a state of the art sail cruiser comfortably accommodating up to 49 passengers. The ship boasts a spacious dining room, lounge and bar area, including a well stocked library, providing a relaxed and informal atmosphere. Life on board the Panorama centres around the outdoor areas and its sun deck is the perfect place in which to relax, sunbathe and admire the passing scenery.

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Safari Endeavour

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The modern and luxurious Safari Endeavour has been fully refurbished offering elegant accommodation for up to 86 guests and a range of upscale amenities. Onboard facilities include an intimate lounge area and wine bar, a spa with two hot tubs, sauna, fitness equipment and massage facilities. However the highlight remains the wilderness adventures and activities awaiting you.

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Safari Explorer

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The Safari Explorer is a modern and luxurious vessel offering elegant accommodation for up to 39 guests. She is exquisitely appointed with clever design features and onboard facilities include an intimate lounge area and spa with hot tub, sauna, fitness equipment and massage facilities. For those in pursuit of adventure the Safari Explorer will guide you through the wilderness where snorkelling, sailing and kayaking are just some of the activities that await you.

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Safari Quest

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The Safari Quest represents the ultimate experience in yachting luxury through Alaska. Passengers get to move to within feet of tumbling waterfalls, within yards of curious bears and as close as possible to calving glaciers. With only 22 guests onboard, this yacht offers a sociable and exclusive opportunity to see one of the world’s most magnificent landscapes.

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Sea Cloud

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The Sea Cloud, built in 1931, was at that time the largest private yacht ever constructed. Since then the world’s most luxurious tall ship has been restored to its original splendor, generating excitement in each port. The Sea Cloud's most remarkable features are her four masts, 30 sails and the tangled web of lines stretching 178 feet skyward to support the rigging. Unlike modern sailing ships, all sail setting on the Sea Cloud is done by hand. The vessel offers various types of accommodation ranging from suite, deluxe and standard cabin. The travelers will feel so well from the very first moment with the private atmosphere on board, the Lido bar, the stylish restaurant. All guests on board will share the common dream of sailing out into the world in exclusive company.

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Sea Cloud II

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The Sea Cloud II combines the timeless elegance of windjammers of the past with the highest safety standards and the luxurious comfort of modern ships. She is the world's largest three-masted barque, the first newly constructed square rigger in decades. Since her launch in 2001 she has shared with her sister ship “the Sea Cloud” the honor of being the world's only cruise ship sailed by hand. The cabins and suites have the richest fabrics, woods and fine furniture. On board facilities include the exquisite restaurant, beautiful lounge, popular Lido bar on the sun deck, library and fitness centre.

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Sea Dream I

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***SPECIAL OFFER*** Early Booking Savings of up to 30% may be applied to all cruises on this ship. These savings vary according to the number of available cabins on the ship so please call our agents to get the most up-to-date price on your cruise. Sea Dream I's excellent service and facilities, combined with a very inclusive offering make this a truly top class product. With oceanview accommodation for just 112 passengers and a staff of 95, the Sea Dream I is small enough to provide an intimate atmosphere but boasts a wide range of services and amenities, including Balinese DreamBeds on deck and a water-sports marina at the stern, giving guests a base for kayaking, waterskiing or sailing. The Sea Dream Spa and Fitness center has eight therapists from Thailand and a personal trainer offering tai chi, yoga and aerobics classes upon request. Whether guests dine in the elegant Main Dining Salon or al fresco at the Topside Restaurant, they will enjoy gourmet cuisine and outstanding service. The luxurious touches extend to the all-suite staterooms, thoughtfully appointed with Belgian bed linen, down pillows and a choice of duvets or woolen blankets. Marble bathrooms, with plush bathrobes and Bvlgari toiletries round out the rooms.

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Sea Voyager

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The versatile Sea Voyager can reach places inaccessible to larger ships due to its small size, yet it comfortably accommodates 60 guests. The captains have decades of sailing experience in the regions we explore. They know when and where to navigate so that you feel the places you visit are all theirs.

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Seven Seas Navigator (Cruise and Flight Packages)

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The luxurious Seven Seas Navigator has few equals, as all of her accommodation is in suites with ocean views, the majority of these benefiting from their own private balconies. Her 490 guests enjoy an unusual level of luxury and some of the highest space and service ratios at sea. With a choice of three restaurants, including the iconic Prime 7 steakhouse, you can dine wherever, whenever and with whomever you choose. The Seven Seas Navigator offers a choice of all-inclusive cruises, so that flights, transfers, a huge range of shore excursions, drinks with meals, at the bars and in your cabin are all included, making this one of the most up-scale cruise offerings in the market.

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Snow Goose

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The Snow Goose is a steel motor-vessel built in Alaska in 1973 as a private yacht. Ideal for research and education programs, she accommodates 12 passengers in 6 well-appointed cabins. The main deck features a spacious, airy salon; natural history library; galley and dining area. The upper bridge deck offers a good vantage point for spotting wildlife and comfortable seating for passengers who wish to get involved with the navigation of the ship.

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SS Legacy

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The S.S Legacy is an 88-guest replica coastal steamer ship exhibiting old-world charm with all the benefits and amenities of a modern cruise ship. The ship's four decks displays carved wooden cabinetry and turn-of-the-century décor and ample public spaces for guests to relax and cruise in complete comfort. The dining room and lounge are both spacious and warm environments in which to relax and enjoy wonderful regional cuisine and meet fellow guests. All cabin categories have traditional touches but include modern amenities including air conditioning, flat-screen TV/DVD and iPod docking stations.

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Utila Aggressor

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The Utila Aggressor offers an elegant adventure aboard a luxurious, fully equipped three deck live-aboard dive yacht. A journey around the bay of Honduras enables passengers to enjoy spectacular diving, while relaxing in luxurious comfort on the yacht.

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Variety Voyager

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The newly launched Variety Voyager is a state of the art mega-yacht available for both charter and scheduled cruises, offering incomparable comfort and elegance. Sleek in design, the Variety Voyager exudes the charm of a private yacht as she sails around some of the Mediterranean's most exciting destinations. The cabins and indoor public areas are decorated with warm fabrics, rich marbles and soft tone wood panelling and throughout the vessel you can enjoy unobstructed views of the ocean.

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Victory I

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Built in 2001 and measuring 91m in length the Victory I cruise ship can easily navigate canals and locks, tranquil bays, and hidden ports where larger ships dare not go. The ship can comfortably accommodate up to 202 passengers and provides guests with spacious public areas including open-air lounges and inviting dining venues, an English-style tavern and sun deck. Victory I cruises along North America's historic five Great Lakes and the storied St. Lawrence River to the breathtaking vistas of the Atlantic coast.

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Great Lakes Grand Discovery 1 Cruise (from Toronto)

From £4660.65 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+£300.00) Sailing dates From 12 Jun 2018 to 28 Sep 2018

Join Victory I as she departs from the city of Toronto on a grand exploration of North America’s Great Lakes. Sail across Lake Michigan to charming Mackinac Island. Transit the Soo Locks into Lake Superior, the largest of the five lakes. Spend a fascinating morning with the Ojibwe people at pretty Georgian Bay. Cruise for an entire day on scenic Lake Huron, home to more than 30,000 islands. Tour Detroit’s fascinating Henry Ford Museum and enjoy a thrilling visit to the spectacular Niagara Falls.

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Victory II

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The Victory II is the identical sister ship to the 202-passenger Victory I. Victory II will take her inaugural voyage from Boston in May 2018. The ship measures 91m in length and can easily navigate canals and locks, tranquil bays, and hidden ports where larger ships dare not go. The ship provides guests with spacious public areas including open-air lounges and inviting dining venues, an English-style tavern and sun deck. Victory II cruises along North America's historic five Great Lakes, New England and the storied St. Lawrence River to the breathtaking vistas of the Atlantic coast.

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New England Splendour 8 Day Cruise from Boston

From £3628.07 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+£262.41) Sailing dates From 20 May 2018 to 03 Oct 2018

Join Victory II as she discovers the impressive coastline between Boston and Halifax. You will call at some of the most stunning coastal towns rich in history and cultural heritage as well as spending time relaxing on the stunning sandy beaches in Provincetown and Newport.

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St. Lawrence Seaway and the Canadian Maritimes Cruise

From £5180.95 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+£337.60) Sailing dates From 10 Jun 2018 to 15 Aug 2018

Discover this fascinating region of Canada along the St Lawrence River taking in the sights of the Atlantic coast. Experience whale watching in Tadoussac, explore Charlottetown on Prince Edward Island and immerse yourself in French Canada with stops in Quebec City and Montreal brimming with beautiful architecture, historical and cultural sights and buzzing restaurant scene. You will also visit the magnificent Niagara Falls which straddles the border between Canada and the United States.

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New England Splendour 8 Day Cruise from Halifax

From £3628.07 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+£262.41) Sailing dates From 27 May 2018 to 26 Sep 2018

Join Victory II as she discovers the impressive coastline between Halifax and Boston. You will call at some of the most stunning coastal towns rich in history and cultural heritage as well as spending time relaxing on the stunning sandy beaches in Provincetown and Newport.

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St. Lawrence Seaway and the Canadian Maritimes Cruise from Detroit

From £5180.95 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+£337.60) Sailing dates From 20 Jun 2018 to 25 Aug 2018

Explore this fascinating region of Canada along the St Lawrence River departing from Detroit, taking in the sights of the Atlantic coast. Experience whale watching in Tadoussac, explore Charlottetown on Prince Edward Island and immerse yourself in French Canada with stops in Quebec City and Montreal brimming with beautiful architecture, historical and cultural sights and buzzing restaurant scene. You will also visit the magnificent Niagara Falls which straddles the border between Canada and the United States.

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Western Spirit

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The Western Spirit has four cabins with double beds and shared bathrooms. The boat journey focuses on wildlife, with a naturalist on board, and explores the remote waterways and inlets of the British Columbia coast for views of wildlife and marine life up-close.

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Wilderness Adventurer

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The Wilderness Adventurer is a 4 deck expedition ship, capable of accessing remote areas in the most dramatic hideaways imaginable. Her shallow draft and hull design enable her to reach the wildlife rich shores of Alaska’s southeast coast, with paddle boards and kayaks allowing for a range of adventure excursions and unique experiences. The ship interior is modern, with 26 spacious cabins, contemporary colours throughout and brushed metals creating a cheerful and relaxed ambience.

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Wilderness Discoverer

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The Wilderness Discoverer is an expedition ship, navigating the clear waters of Southeast Alaska, exposing some of nature’s most dramatic and unspoilt hideaways. Her shallow draft and hull design allow easy access to the wildlife rich shores and glaciers of Alaska and the kayaks and paddle boards that travel with the vessel will transport you to within close reach of the action! The ship interior is modern, with 26 spacious cabins, contemporary colours throughout and brushed metals creating a cheerful and relaxed ambience.

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