You might have been on a cruise, it might have been a huge ship, or a small river boat but here’s a list of cruises that you may want to board next.
Pair your cruise experience with wine
A company called AmaWaterways can take you through a french river. Your connoisseur self would thank you for this trip. You will experience going to places where they would allow you to taste red wines from Medoc. Libourne has market days where you can indulge in some local delicacies. You will also have an option to ride a bicycle or hike through the vineyards of the towns of Saint-Emillion and Blaye. You will also get a chance to visit a wine museum, yes there is such a place and it is called La Cite du Vin. In this boat it is always wine o’clock.
Cruise back in time
Yes this one is basically time travel. American Cruise Lines have organized a historic itinerary focused on the American Revolution. You will journey through Chesapeake Bay, from Virginia to Maryland. The cruise would pass by historic sites of Colonial Williamsburh, Yorktown, Jamestown, Norfolk, Annapolis, and Washington, D.C.
You will also get to see George Washington’s house where there might be some reenactors playing out the Revolutionary War. A good cruise wont end without food, and this region has yummy crab cakes.
Meow Meow Cruise
Yes that is the exact name of an independently owned and operated cruise. Meow Meow Cruise is for cat lovers, Anna Conway will take you in Carnival Horizon. A massive ship has an IMAX theater, a water park and lots of shops. It takes off from Tampa and would take you around the Cayman Islands up to Mexico in 5 days. The catch though is that there are no pets allowed.
Disco Cruise? Yep there is one!
Pack your dancing shoes because for six awesome nights, you can spend time flaring up your old dance moves. You could wear your flared collars all night long paired with that sweet bell-bottoms while in StarVista Live’s Ultimate Disco Cruise. It will take you from Miami, Florida to Key West and the Bahamas. The ship will be loaded with your favorite bands and celebrities, there will be karaoke, ABBA, game shows, costume parties, and of course a lot of dancing.
Yarn not yawn.
There is one South American cruise that shows you around the world’s largest producers of natural fibers. You will see stuff from yarns of Buenos Aires to the beautiful live sheep of Patagonia. You can even talk to the shepherds while finishing your 5th knitting project this month. You can do a lot in 22 days including a visit to the penguins of Antarctica.
Relive the Mayflower Voyage
Cunard and ancestry.com have collaborated to bring Englishmen across the pond in A Journey of Genealogy. The Queen Mary 2 will leave Southampton, England on August 2020 and arrive in New York City seven days later. August 2020 is a perfect timing for the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower Voyage. Now where is the Genealogy part? Those guys from ancestry.com will be conducting lectures and Q&As to help passengers trace their family trees.