Small  Ship & Yachts 

Do you pine for the open ocean but can’t stand the thought of all-night parties, thousand-seat dining rooms or lining up for every event or onboard attraction, then perhaps small ship cruising is for you. Not all cruise ships are vast, floating resorts. A up and coming cruising niche revolves around small ships — a wide-ranging group that includes yachts, rugged expedition ships, riverboats and classic sailing schooners — where guest counts range to a maximum or 300, as opposed to 3000 of your fellow travelers.

Beyond offering a cozier atmosphere, the small size of these cruise ships creates a whole different experience, both onshore and onboard.

Seabourn Cruise Line

Seabourn’s two intimate small ships can travel to smaller ports that large ships can’t reach. You’ll enjoy complimentary extras like open bars, gourmet dining and back of the ship watersports.

Silversea Cruises

Silversea creates a new niche for the ultra-luxury travel. European influenced ships feature more space and some of the largest staterooms at sea; their smaller ships visit exotic ports.

Sea Dream Yacht Club

Sleeping under the stars has a whole new meaning with SeaDream Yacht Club, voted Best Luxury Small Cruise Ship of 2015 by Forbes, is an inclusive luxury vacation cruise line to behold.

Star Clippers

Star Clippers, feel the wind in your hair with  authentic tall sailing ships, visiting quaint ports in the ambiance of a casually elegant onboard atmosphere & superb service

Windstar Cruises

Windstar’s small ship luxury cruises seem like you are traveling on your own private yacht. Windstar was recently ranked among the top three best small-ships by Travel + Leisure