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45 travel features tagged “Cruises”

How I Quit My Job to Travel

How we quit our jobs to travel: The civil servants

Would you give up your house to travel? How about your full retirement pension? After a health scare, one couple decided to do both – and today, spend life aboard a motorhome and boat.
Read more… 29 September 2014


Patagonia’s ice-carved waterways

Explore the convoluted coastline of the western fjordlands on a three-day cargo ship journey through some of the world’s most remote land and seascapes.
Read more… 17 February 2014


Cruising into Gold Rush country

The 88-passenger SS Legacy, a revamped replica steamer, propels travellers deep into Alaska, pairing the state’s history with its natural splendours.
Read more… 09 January 2014


Otherworldly Hawaii, for less

The Pride of America, the only cruise ship permitted to sail purely among the islands, costs less than a self-guided tour and delivers the same scenic wonders in impressive style.
Read more… 14 May 2013


Choose your own adventure in Turkey

Whether you are a weary beach bum or the ultimate culture connoisseur, out to splash the cash or in search of cheaper options, this diverse country has plenty of holiday potential.
Read more… 09 May 2013


A cruise to hidden Polynesia

The Aranui 3 is the only ship that transports adventure-bound travellers to the remote South Pacific islands of Marquesa, which few outsiders have ever laid eyes on.
Read more… 15 April 2013


The Passport blog

Does the cruise industry need regulation?

In light of recent cruise ship accidents, a New York senator is pushing for a passenger bill of rights to protect US cruise customers in the case of emergency.
Read more… 03 April 2013


Five ways to hit the high seas

Forget floating hotels with shuffleboard and showtunes – these cruises take travellers to the world’s most beautiful corners in a style that even the cruise-averse will enjoy.
Read more… 02 January 2013


The world’s last great wilderness

Antarctica is the coldest, highest, loneliest place on Earth, and for many it is the trip of a lifetime.
21 December 2012


Peru's lost world

Stretching 6,400km through South America, the mighty Amazon harbours mystical legends that lure travellers deeper into the jungle.
13 December 2012


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