Nothing could be further from the truth. Modern cruise ships cater for all age groups whilst continuing to deliver a memorable dining experience, exceptional service, top hotel style accomodation, visits to wonderful destinations and first class entertainment.
What better way to discover some of the world’s most exciting ports of call and stunning scenery than from the comfort of your own 'floating hotel'. From the moment you step on board everything about your cruise holiday will make you feel special.
Until the late 1970’s cruises offered shuffleboard, deck chairs, drinks with umbrellas and little else, for a few hundred passengers, but this is no longer the case - explore our cruise features!
Some of the larger ships have bowling alleys, ice skating rinks, rock climbing walls, miniature golf courses, video arcades, and basketball/tennis courts.
In addition to the main dining room and several speciality restaurants, modern cruise ships also feature one or more casual buffet-style eateries often open 24 hours and with menus that vary throughout the day to provide meals ranging from breakfast to late-night snacks. Ships also feature numerous bars and nightclubs for passenger entertainment.
Now cruise itineraries encompass the globe. Take in Hawaii and French Polynesia on a voyage ‘down under’. Catch sight of a hump-back whale whilst sailing through the famously beautiful ‘inside passage’ in Alaska. Experience the vibrant capitals of the Baltic, from modern Helsinki and Stockholm to the magnificent splendour of St. Petersburg and Riga. A world cruise can take you to exotic ports of call previously only dreamed of, including navigating both the Suez and Panama canals.
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With so many cruise lines, ships and itineraries available, finding your ideal cruise can be confusing & time consuming. Trained cruise specialists from Superior Cruises will search for the best cruises and deals available from their wide range of quality cruise partners.You can book your cruise with confidence in the knowledge that Superior Cruises are ATOL protected and members of the Travel Trust Association (TTA).
You can still take advantage of all the cruise lines, plus special offers, but also receive further discounts off their prices. Superior Cruises can also tailor make cruise holidays and offer even better deals and flexibility. Why not add a city or beach stopover, before or after your cruise, or even book a multi-centre cruise holiday.
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Essential advice – as soon as your cruise is booked, please ensure you have adequate travel insurance and that your agent is aware of your travel destinations – e.g. mention you are going to the Caribbean if applicable, and also ensure that you mention any dangerous sports you may enjoy... Read more
A short flight can take you to your embarkation port – Barcelona – Palma (Majorca) – Venice - Civitavecchia (Rome) or Valencia. For those who would prefer not to, or are unable to fly, there are cruises departing from the UK ports of Southampton - Dover and Harwich. Read more
The capitals of the Baltic retain their distinctive allure each with its own architectural style, combining ‘old-world charm’ with ‘modern culture’. What better way to visit the major historical cities of Northern Europe than from the comfort of a cruise ship. A wide range of itineraries are available with all the... Read more
You can visit firm favourites such as Barbados, St Lucia and Jamaica, with their palm fringed, golden sand beaches as well as smaller, lesser known islands like Bonaire, St Croix or St Kitts. There are itineraries to suit all tastes and budgets. Read more
Enjoy constantly changing stunning scenery from the comfort of a well-equipped stateroom or relax on an upper deck viewing gallery. Read more