Luxurious cruise holidays on the Pacific Ocean

What could be more romantic than a luxurious cruise holiday in the Pacific? You’ll feel like a king when you board a large ocean liner and are greeted by friendly staff eager to make your trip the most enjoyable experience of your life. Book a cruise on the Norwegian Star for a 7-day dream holiday you will remember forever. This ship departs from Los Angeles and makes calls to Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlan and Puerto Vallarta. These exotic Mexican ports will welcome you with their delights, but it is the ship itself that will fulfill all your wishes.

This is freestyle cruising at its best, with a variety of cabins and suites to choose from, as well as many dining and entertainment options. Treat yourself to a massage or facial at Barong Spa and relax in the ultimate luxury before taking a walk on deck. Or, if you prefer activities, go to the fitness center for a spinning class or take part in basketball, shuffleboard or any of the other deck sports available. This elegant ship offers many shopping opportunities or gifts for friends, as well as a library, card room and internet cafe.

Entertainment is also great, with cabaret performances and dancing in the Dazzles Lounge or full production shows in the Stardust Theatre. Book the Pacific Princess for a fortnight Amazon River cruise. On the way, you’ll see plenty of sea and visit exotic South American cities like Parintins and Boca Do Valerio. You can even explore the Devil’s Island off the coast of French Guiana. But while you are on board, you will also find a lot to see and do.

Try your luck at the casino or watch one of the many shows. There is even dance music for you to enjoy at night. Then return to your luxurious suite or comfortable cabin and rest for a few hours before starting all over again. On board this beautiful ship you will never run out of things to do as she sails the Pacific. Visit several South Pacific ports of call as you travel aboard Crystal Serenity.

Crystal Cruises takes you to Polynesia, Bora Bora and the Cook Islands. You’ll even cross the international dateline, something few people in the world will ever do. This twelve-day cruise even takes you to Aukland in New Zealand. Watch the countless yachts sailing in and out of the ports of Auckland, the so-called City of Sails. Enjoy the city’s nightlife, but don’t forget you can also have fun aboard Crystal Serenity.

This ship offers entertainment and swimming as well as plenty of relaxation. Relax on the deck and enjoy the warm Pacific breeze or spend a few hours in the spa and beauty salon on board. If you are in the mood for cooler weather and spectacular views of Alaska, book a 7 day cruise aboard the Norwegian Pearl. Departing from Vancouver, this ship stops in Ketchikan, Juneau, Skagway, Prince Rupert and Seattle.

This brand new addition to the Norwegian Cruise Lines fleet offers every luxury imaginable, but also a few you don’t have. Accommodation includes luxurious cabins and suites, but for the ultimate sailing experience, you can book one of the Courtyard Villas. These spacious accommodations share a private courtyard that includes a Jacuzzi and pool as well as a private gym, sun deck and cabins.

You’ll feel like you’re part of an exclusive club when you book one of these villas. The ship offers twelve dining options and eleven bars and lounges where you can relax. If you feel like working off some of the delicious food, go to the bowling alley on board or the climbing wall. There’s plenty to do on board this stunning ship, but there’s much more to see when you get on one of the decks. Watch whales and dolphins cruising along the ship or simply marvel at the fantastic scenery of Alaska.

Of course, a cruise to Hawaii is unbeatable. Holland America Line offers the MS Zaandam from San Diego. This fortnightly cruise crosses the warm, wide Pacific Ocean to Hilo, Nawiliwili, Honolulu and other ports of call. The wonderful tropical weather and breathtaking sights around Honolulu will make you wonder why you’ve never taken this cruise before – and when you can take it again.

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