Big Cruise Ships
Cruise vacations are the perfect way to create couple, group and family memories. Cruise fares include accommodations, most meals and some activities. Unpack once, see new destinations based on the itinerary you want! Add a special event, wedding, vow renewal, anniversary or propose to that someone special with PJ. For friends and family bring a couple or a couple hundred!
Tall Ship Cruises
Discover this new age of sailing aboard a Tall Ship like Star Clippers and Windjammer. A tall ship is a traditionally-rigged sailing vessel. Authentic, majestic tall ships like Pirates of the Caribbean with modern twists of meals, activities and the adventure with traditions of sailing! Our tall ships visit the Caribbean, Costa Rica, the Mediterranean. Star Clipper is not your typical cruise, set sail from Barbados with outstanding island ports, large ships can't do. All pirates welcome.
Small Cruise Ships
The ship you choose for your cruise has a dramatic impact on your experience. On a small luxury or adventure ship, you have personalized services, luxury, excursions included, access to small coves, reefs and ports impossible for the big cruise ship carrying hundreds or thousands of passengers.
Experience an adventure or river cruise, 7 to 21-night small ship adventure cruises with wilderness, eye-to eye wildlife, and off-the-beaten path explorations. Hike a glacier, don't just see it, Mexico's Sea of Cortes, Hawaiian Islands, Costa Rica, Panama, Galapagos, Columbia and Snake Rivers, Alaska, British Columbia.
It's about more than the destination -- it's the journey. We invite you to take one of our River Cruises, Europe Cruises, Asia river cruises, Africa river cruises, see the world in luxury and comfort. Czech Republic, France, Spain, Germany, Belgium, Portugal, Croatia and more. Think Romance, Tulips, wine, Christmas, oh my. Award winning Longships, stateroom choices, 2-room suites, full-size verandas, bars, lounges, restaurants, library, sun decks. Europe’s Rhine, Main, Danube, Seine, Rhône, Douro, Moselle, Elbe, Dordogne, Garonne, Gironde Rivers; Russia’s Volga, Neva, Svir; Egypt’s Nile; China’s Yangtze; and Southeast Asia’s Mekong.