Journeys of a Lifetime: Cruises

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In my opinion the best cruises in the world are those that combine spectacular locations, amazing itineraries, beautiful ships and knowledgeable crew. Below I have listed six stunning cruises that I feel combine all these factors.
Nova Scotia and Labrador Tall Ships, Canada
Enjoy the exhilaration of the wind rushing through the ship's sails as you cruise the beautiful eastern coast of Canada. This tall ship cruise will let you engage with Canada's seafaring heritage and some cruises offer the opportunity for you to sign on as a crew member. This cruise is also great for nature lovers and thrill seekers as when docked there are ample opportunities for hiking, sea kayaking and pick fresh fruit.
San Juan Islands, Washington
Cruise between the islands in the San Juan Archipelago off the coast of Washington State aboard one of the classic wooden vessels. This cruise offers breath-taking views of the rugged unspoilt wilderness that makes this area famous. During the day, you can explore the protected waters surrounding the islands on guided kayak tours.
Pirate Cruise, Grand Cayman Island
This cruise is certainly a journey of a lifetime for children young and old. This cruise round the Caribbean takes place on a replica 17th century Spanish galleon. The ship comes complete with firing cannons, planks to walk, and sword-fighting so you can fully immerse yourself as a Pirate of the Caribbean.
Star Clipper to French Polynesia
Turn you wildest daydreams into a reality with a seven day cruise round the spectacular and breath taking paradise that is the Polynesian Islands. The cruise leaves from Tahiti, and visits Huahine, Bora-Bora, Moorea, and several other Polynesian islands. The boats combine the advantages of a modern cruise liner with the class and heritage of a sailing ship.
Junk Cruise, Andaman Sea, Thailand
As you cruise round the Andaman Sea marine park and its 3,500 islands you will encounter exotic and rare seabirds such as Hornbills and Fish Eagles, secluded romantic beaches, and impressive limestone stalactites. The Andaman Sea marine park also offers excellent snorkelling and scuba diving opportunities.
Ha Long Bay, Vietnam
One of the best ways to explore the some 3,000 steep and strangely sculptured limestone islands and small floating villages of Ha Long Bay, in Vietnam, is on board a traditional Vietnamese junk. The best time to visit Ha Long Bay is in spring and early summer when the water is particularly calm and clear. Ha Long Bay is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Most cruises include an overnight stay anchored in Ha Long Bay.

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