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From her neoclassical interiors to an exhibition of historically significant artworks, Uniworld’s S.S. Joie de Vivre is as indisputably Parisian as the Eiffel Tower.

When your ship has a ‘magic carpet’, lush rooftop gardens, two-storey villas and a chill-out space with an ambience that shifts through the day from chillful to playful to sinful, you know you’re in for a truly unforgettable cruise.

Forget overwater bungalows – under the surface is where it’s all happening, writes Kate Powell. While some ambitious travellers are taking to outer space, a number of luxury hotels and restaurants are heading instead to the ocean, calling on cutting-edge tech to unveil the world’s first

The remote coastal region of the Kimberley is an opportunity to experience the true, untouched beauty of Australian wilderness. True North Adventure Cruises leads bold expeditions in first-class comfort, writes Hayley Baillie. As the first glint of light breaks across the dark sky, I double-check that

With incredible options like these to choose from, it’s time to start planning your next cruising adventure. Joanna Tovia has rounded up some of the world’s best cruise experiences on offer between now and 2020. 1. Lindblad Expeditions 7 days, Galapagos Islands The 48-guest National Geographic Islander offers an action-packed week of

The cruise industry is taking a stand to protect its most important asset – the ocean – as Julie Miller discovers. There’s no denying the popularity of cruising, with over 300 ships carrying more than 26 million passengers per year. The continued success of cruising, however,

Just like the waterways they ply, river cruise lines are forever evolving, bringing travellers more itineraries, ships and special programs with every year. We look ahead to 2018 and 2019 and share seven cruising updates we're excited for from the Danube to the Mekong.   1. The

Carolyn Lockhart boards the luxury riverboat ms Emerald to cruise on the Rhône and the Saône from Arles to Lyon through the gentle countryside of Provence and southern Burgundy. On a golden autumn evening in Provence we drive down an avenue of plane trees planted by Napoleon