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We work with and have a long standing relationship with all of the below cruise lines.  We will help you select the cruise ship, itinerary and category that is right for you and your group.

Luxury cruise lines offer the most exclusive and upscale of all cruise product. Ships in this elite category are intimate and refined. Itineraries are unique.  Sophistication and elegance is the status quo. Guests can expect gourmet dining, personalized service, spacious and well-appointed accommodations, luxurious surroundings and exotic destinations.  Luxury ships provide the highest quality experience available on the water at a fraction of what you would spend for a similar program shore side.

Crystal Cruises

Oceania Cruises

Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Seabourn Cruises

SeaDream Yacht Club

Silversea Cruises

The Haven by Norwegian

Viking Ocean Cruises

Hapag-Lloyd Line


The Premium cruise segment consists of large ships offering a more refined experience. Ships range in size from 1,000 to 3,000 guests and deliver the best overall experience and value in the industry. Combining multiple onboard dining and entertainment options of the Mega Ships with the style and sophistication of the luxury brands, Premium cruise lines craft an affordable, entertaining and balanced cruise experience. Premium ships are suitable for both groups and charter programs, as they offer a wide array of venues for functions and provide multiple entertainment and enrichment options.

Azamara Club Cruises

Celebrity Cruises

Cunard Cruise Line

Disney Cruise Line

Holland America Line

Princess Cruises

Mega ships or floating skyscrapers laid sideways, cater to guests desiring a wide range of activities and onboard experiences. Ship accommodations range from 2,000 to 6,000 guests. Mega ships have more features, more amenities and cost less to cruise on.  These cruise lines offer the widest assortment of food including a variety of specialty restaurants.  Ships feature state-of-the-art theaters showcasing award winning Broadway musical productions.  Bustling casinos with the latest, trendiest table games and a variety of nightclubs and bars have guests consistently entertained.  Because of their size, these vessels call on the largest ports of call in the Caribbean, Alaska and Europe. Mainstream ships are perfect for first time incentives and experienced cruisers alike.

Carnival Cruise Line

Costa Cruises

MSC Cruises

Norwegian Cruise Line

Royal Caribbean International

The Boutique category is unique due to the relatively small size of the vessels.  Not all cruise ships are vast, floating resorts.  A burgeoning industry niche revolves around small vessels, a wide ranging group that includes yachts, rugged expedition ships, and classic sailing schooners.  Passenger counts top out at closer to 300 rather than 3000.  Boutique ships offer more personalized service onboard and offer a more intimate experience both onshore and onboard. Boutique vessels offer refreshingly unique itineraries with easy access to smaller, less trafficked ports that larger ships can’t get to.  Sail right into the heard of old world villages, hidden coves and harbors off the beaten path, places only small vessels are welcomed.   Boutique vessels are ideal for full ship charters.

Azamara Club Cruises

Lindblad Expeditions/ National Geographic

Paul Gauguin

Pearl Sea Crusies

Ponant Cruises


Sea Cloud Cruises

Star Clippers


Variety Cruises

Windstar Cruises

River cruises combines the convenience and luxury of a deep-ocean cruise with the intimate experience of a land tour. Whether you are yearning for cultural immersion or slow paced exploration in hard to reach ports of call, river cruising offers an intimate and leisurely alternative to a traditional ocean cruise experience marked by magical scenery in every direction. River cruises are port intensive and visit a new destination each day – sometimes two in one day.  The ports on a river cruise are the key attractions, not the ship itself.  While ocean ships have passenger counts in the thousands, riverboats carry 200 passengers or fewer and offer an incredibly social experience.

AMA Waterways

American Cruise Line

Avalon Waterways

Amadeus River Cruises

Crystal River Cruises

Emerald Waterways

Iberostar Grand Amazon

Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection

Viking River Cruises

Love nature and wildlife? Prefer small-ship cruising and active pursuits like hiking and kayaking? An expedition cruise may be the perfect fit.  Expedition cruising is packed with exploration and adventure in off-the-beaten path places.  The experience is more aligned with pages of National Geographic than Travel + Leisure.  Expedition voyages are led by an “expedition team” and differ from traditional ocean cruises in that the education from guest lecturers presenting on the politics, culture, history, geography, ecology or anthropology of the vessel’s destinations is the main entertainment vs. the Broadway-style productions found on most ocean cruises.  Expedition ships are small, with shallow drafts giving way to visiting some of the most scenic wonders of the world.  A seven night expedition cruise in many ways feels more like a weeklong shore excursion.  The Amazon, Arctic, Antarctica, Galapagos and The Sea of Cortez are all popular expedition itineraries.

African Safari Club Cruises

American Safari Cruises

Aqua Expeditions

Blount Small Ship Adventures

Captain Cook Cruises

Celebrity Xpeditions

Coral Princess Cruises

Costal Cruises

Hapag-Lloyd Line

Lindblad Expeditions

Quark Expeditions

Society Expeditions

Swan Hellenic Cruise Line