The Right Way to Holiday: Three Luxury Cruises!

Define Luxury: a state of great comfort or elegance, especially when involving great expenses! It isn't a necessity as much, but it makes you happy! Luxury is the life You lead to enrich it and make it truly worth it. It gives you gratitude and confidence. One such luxury is going on a luxury cruise! 

A luxury cruise liner is a passenger ship meant for pleasure voyages, where the voyage itself and the ship's amenities are a part of the experience, as well as the different destinations along the way, i.e., ports of call. Transportation isn't the only purpose of cruising, particularly on cruises that  take back their passengers to their originating port (also known as a closed-loop cruise), with the ports of call usually in a specified region of a continent. There are even "cruises to nowhere" or "nowhere voyages" where the ship makes 2–3 night round trips without any ports of call.[

Here are THREE stellar cruises that one can take: 

                 Firstly, Regent Seven Seas Explorer. It has a Passenger-to-Crew Ratio: 750 to 542.  The Regent Seven Seas Cruises launched the palatial Seven Seas Explorer in July 2016, it told the world that she was the "most luxurious ship ever built." As the flagship for the line, Explorer exemplifies the hallmarks of exquisite cuisine and the super all-inclusivity that Regent is known for. If you're looking for extraordinary accommodations at sea, look no further than this ship. All cabins are suites, and if you love balconies, Seven Seas Explorer features some of the largest in the industry, ranging from 55 to 995 square feet. (Some apartment-dwellers in Manhattan don't have that kind of space!) Likewise, the public spaces are stunning. The ship features an enormous amount of granite and marble (half of it is Carrara) plus almost 500 chandeliers made of Czech crystal and glass. Art LOVERS will like the 2,500 pieces of art displayed throughout the vessel, including some specially commissioned paintings by Spanish artist Eduardo Arranz-Bravo and works by masters such as Picasso.

                 Secondly, the Crystal Serenity. It has a Passenger-to-Crew Ratio: 1,070 to 655.  The Crystal Serenity offers a solid enrichment program that regularly hosts well-known authors, politicians and other experts and luminaries as guest speakers. High-level instructions are given on all sailings, and many tournaments take place throughout the year. PGA golf professionals are also onboard many sailings to share their expertise. Travelers get the sense that Crystal Cruises will do all it can to provide access to the most interesting and knowledgeable people in the world.

                Thirdly, the Oceania Riviera. It has a Passenger-to-Crew Ratio: 1,250 to 800. The Riviera  is known for its myriad dining venues, including complimentary specialty restaurants. Dining venues include the Grand Dining Room and other favorites like Jacques, a French bistro with menus designed to please all palates. Two very special, intimate dining options are also offered for a fee. Each evening, 24 passengers can enjoy a seven-course meal at La Reserve by "Wine Spectator." As you can imagine, the wine pairings are of special note there. Dinner from either Polo Grill or Toscana is included in the price, but wine isn't.

 

                   Thus, luxury cruise lines have long enticed travelers seeking truly wanting a good experience. Some offer exotic voyages to faraway destinations around the globe, while others attract travelers with comfortable cabins and stimulating enrichment programs. But with cruise lines continuously upping the industry standard, how do you know which will deliver the best experience? Based on a methodology that factors in price class, health, comfort, appealing to all your senses. I Say, go for it! The confines of a four-walled ship wending the way the waves caress the waters under the star-lit skies awakens you in every way.