4 destinations to visit on a small ship cruise

Wondering where to go on your next small ship cruise? Here are four ideas to get you started!

1. Antarctica

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Are you looking to get away from it all on a cruise where you’ll find both thrilling adventure as well as peace and quiet? Let Silversea’s 254-guest Silver Cloud lead you on a discovery of Antarctica’s icy wonders, iconic wildlife, and most remote islands. Leaving from Ushuaia, you will get acquainted with many different penguin species, follow in the footsteps of Ernest Shackleton, and sail among spectacular icebergs and glaciers. All while enjoying the comfort and luxury of your small expedition ship

2. Spain and the Canary Islands

If Antarctica’s a bit too chilly for you, hop onboard Regent Seven Seas’ 750-guest Seven Seas Explorer and say Hola to Spain! Spend time island hopping in the sun-soaked Canary Islands, get a glimpse of exotic Tangier in Morocco, and revel in the culture and history of Spanish cities such as Barcelona, Valencia, and Cartagena. It’s time to pack – Europe calls!


3. Northern Europe

Seabourn’s 300-suite Seabourn Ovation is the number one way to experience the cool and unique vibe of Northern Europe. On this ultra-luxurious small ship cruise, you will walk along the vibrant and colorful streets Copenhagen, taste marzipan sweets in Lubeck, see Rotterdam’s Dutch windmills and eclectic architecture, and so much more. Not to mention, you will also enjoy delicious dining options, world-class entertainment, and enriching activities on board!


4. Antilles

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Discover the Caribbean like you’ve never seen it before by setting sail aboard Windstar’s 212-guest Star Pride. Escape winter for a week to explore UNESCO World Heritage sites in San Juan, tour the intriguing island of Little Bay (“The Pompeii of the Caribbean”), take in the spectacular volcanic peaks of Pigeon Island, and unwind on St. George’s beach. Doesn’t this sound like the perfect cure against winter blues?