Cruises provide everything your group needs for a memorable incentive trip: food, accommodations, entertainment, activities, and transportation between exciting ports.
Ports of Call
Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Begin with a scenic canal cruise through the city.
Cologne, Germany: Rebuilt from the original plans after WWII, Cologne retains its charm, with a river walk for strolling, pretty beer gardens, and the monumental Gothic cathedral.
Rudesheim, Germany: Join a Rheingau winetasting tour, ride on the gondola, and shop for treasures along the Drosselgasse.
Speyer, Germany: It’s the gateway to Heidelberg, a storybook town made up of ancient, medieval, and modern architecture, surrounded by natural beauty, and with the ramparts of Heidelberg Castle 300 feet overhead.
Strasbourg, France: Wander the lanes of Le Petit France on your own, or take a guided tour on foot or on a bike.
Breisach, Germany: Visit Europe’s largest wine cellar, or go to Freiberg, to see its sandstone Gothic cathedral.
Throughout your cruise, you'll have time to explore on your own or join in planned shore excursions.
Disembark in Basel, Switzerland.
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San Juan, Puerto Rico: Old San Juan charms with 500 years of history. Board your fabulous cruise ship from the oldest settlement in Puerto Rico.
Kitts: Discover French and British heritage and the complex colonial legacy amid the ruins of fortresses and once-grand estates.
Antigua: Beaches, world-class sailing and lush nature contrast with the former British imperial naval base of Nelson's Dockyard on the south coast.
Lucia: From the twin peaks of the Pitons to rainforest and palm-fringed beaches, this island seems to have been lifted straight from the South Pacific.
Barbados: Musical and joyous, it melds island warmth and English heritage.
During your days at sea, try rock climbing, mini golf, and basketball on the sports court. Melt away land-based stress with a spa massage, join in planned activities, or simply relax poolside.
The beauty of natural wonders and rustic wildlife sightings makes an Alaska cruise a remarkable experience. Venture into the wilderness on a dogsled ride in Juneau, witness Misty Fjords aboard a jet-powered catamaran in Ketchikan, and take it all in via the rails on the Skagway White Pass Scenic Railway.
Kyushu & Korea
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Tokyo (Yokohama), Japan: Shop the astonishing Ginza, visit an elegant daimyo (feudal lord) residence and a typical Edo-era tea house.
Busan, South Korea: Explore lovely Buddhist temples, the Ja-Gal-Ch'i Fish Market, and The United Nations Memorial Cemetery, the final resting place for troops from 16 nations.
Kagoshima, Japan: Stroll through a lovely district of samurai homes and gardens. Visit Chiran Peace Museum for Kamikaze Pilots. Or soak in a geothermal pool in the forest at Kirishima Onsen.
Miyazaki (Aburatsu), Japan: See Obi Castle, tour Shochu Brewery, or delight in the views from Udo Jingu Shrine, overlooking the sea.
Kochi, Japan: Experience the thrill of crossing the Kazurabashi Bridge, a suspension bridge of woven vines that spans the river below.
Shimizu, Japan: Take in mesmerizing views of Mount Fuji, designated a "place and source of artistic inspiration" by UNESCO.
On days at sea, enjoy all that your beautiful cruise ship has to offer.
Vietnam & Thailand
Ports of Call:
Singapore: Sip a Singapore Sling at the historic Raffles Hotel, inhale the spicy aromas of the Little India district, and shop for duty-free treasures on famous Orchard Road.
Ko Samui, Thailand: Experience powdery beaches, Buddhist temples (called wats), crystalline waters, and a casual atmosphere. This is your chance to ride on an elephant!
Bangkok (Laem Chabang), Thailand: Temples with gold-leaf spires harbor priceless Buddhas.
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam: Formerly Saigon; browse the artisan shops on Dong Khoi Street, sample tempting cuisine in the Ben Thanh Market, and explore the Cu Chi Tunnels.
On board, enjoy all the activities, entertainment, cuisine, and amenities of your cruise ship.
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Buenos Aires: Stroll through colorful La Boca, where the tango was born and visit Recoleta Cemetery, with its amazing mausoleums, including the tomb of Eva Perón.
Montevideo, Uruguay: Spend some time in the Ciudad Vieja (Old City), or visit an estancia to get a taste of the life of the
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Experience the beaches of Copacabana, the immense statue of Christ the Redeemer, and a rhythm of life lived with passionate intensity.
On days at sea, enjoy all the activities, entertainment, cuisine, and amenities of your cruise ship.
Portugal’s Douro River
Day 1 Porto, Portugal: Embarkation.
Day 2 Porto – Régua, Portugal: Port wine tasting and views of terraced vineyards.
Day 3 Régua – Barca d’Alva, Portugal: Lamego and the rugged scenery of the Douro gorges.
Day 4 Salamanca, Spain – Vega de Terrón, Portugal: Salamanca and flamenco!
Day 5 Vega de Terrón – Pinhão, Portugal: Figueira de Castelo Rodrigo, a 16th-century fortified village.
Day 6 Régua – Entro Os Rios, Portugal: The Trás-os-Montes region and Entre-Os-Rios, plus a traditional home-cooked Portuguese meal at a monastery.
Day 7 Porto: Tour the old quarter and see the magnificent blue tiles at Sao Bento Railway Station.
Day 8 Porto: Disembark.
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Vilshofen, Germany: Board you river cruise ship. Passau, Germany: This 2,000-year-old city is noted for its Gothic and Italian Baroque architecture.
Linz, Austria: Join an optional excursion to the medieval town of Cesky Krumlov, just over the Austrian-Czech border. Or visit Salzburg, Mozart’s birthplace and setting for The Sound of Music. Weissenkirchen, Austria: Tour Melk’s magnificent Benedictine Abbey.
Vienna, Austria: See the famous Opera House, Ringstrasse, and St. Stephen’s Cathedral, with time to explore on your own.
Bratislava, Slovakia: The pedestrian-only, 18th-century old town is known for its lively bars and cafes. It’s surrounded by vineyards and the Little Carpathian Mountains, crisscrossed with forested hiking and cycling trails.
Budapest, Hungary: Visit Buda Castle, the Fisherman’s Bastion, the Royal Palace, St. Stephen’s Basilica, and Heroes’ Square.
Aegean, Greek Isles
Venice, Italy: Sip a spritz in a cafe in St. Mark's Square, visit the Doge's Palace and float along the Grand Canal in a gondola.
Corfu, Greece: Shop for treasures in Corfu town, haunt the cafés and laze on a sandy beach.
Santorini, Greece: Whitewashed villages cling to the sides of the sea cliffs. Is this the lost city of Atlantis?
Mykonos, Greece: The classic Greek island. Explore in a 4 x 4 or take a ferry to the tiny island of Delos.
Olympia, Greece (Katakolon): The gateway to Ancient Olympia, where Greek mythology was born and the first Olympiad was held. Disembark in Venice.
Venice, Italy: Sip a spritz on St. Mark's Square, visit the Doge's Palace and float along the Grand Canal in a gondola.
Dubrovnik, Croatia: Dubbed “the Pearl of the Adriatic.” Stroll along the defensive wall for unforgettable views of the city and the sea.
Kotor, Montenegro: A labyrinth of cobble streets, Kotor is a UNESCO World Natural and Historical Heritage Site.
Ravenna, Italy: A pillar of the Byzantine Empire, Ravenna has fine shops, Byzantine churches and the delicious food of the Emilia-Romagna region.
Corfu, Greece: Explore Corfu town and experience the magic of the Greek Isles on a sandy beach.
Disembark in Venice.
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Barcelona, Spain: The medieval streets of the Barri Gòtic (Gothic Quarter) and Gaudi's Modernist architecture.
Naples, Italy: Magical Capri, the Amalfi Coast, or ancient Pompeii.
Civitavecchia (Rome, Italy): The Forum, Colosseum, Trevi Fountain, and the Spanish Steps.
Livorno (gateway to Florence and Pisa): The Field of Miracles (the leaning tower), the bustling piazzas of Florence.
Nice, France: Streets lined with shops, cafés, and the Chagall and Matisse Museums.
Cannes, France: Opt for the medieval village of Saint Paul de Vence, or Monaco and Eze.
Marseilles, France (Provence): Excursions to Avignon, Cassis, Les Baux de Provence or Aix-en-Provence.
Disembark in Barcelona.
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Southampton, U.K.: Embark and cruise along the Norwegian coast—a world of silent beauty, legends, waterfalls, and glaciers.
Bergen is the gateway to the fjords, where medieval wooden houses line the waterfront and maritime trade still thrives.
Geiranger, and its namesake fjord, are home to the waterfalls known as the Seven Sisters.
Olden's mineral-rich Lakeet glints with a milky turquoise sheen as does the Kjenndalen Glacier.
Stavanger extends from the Old Port across a network of islands interlaced with graceful bridges.
Disembark in Southampton