Choose a cruise with a view

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royalclipper.jpgWhatever the attractions of a cruise ship, whether it’s built like a luxury resort or crafted like a private yacht, the real point of travelling by sea is the ability to go sightseeing in a selection of places all on the same holiday.
Because your floating hotel comes with you all the way, there’s never any need for tiresome packing and unpacking between different destinations.
Exhausted after a long day climbing mountains, traipsing through historical ruins, or viewing museums? Then you can retire to your cabin, order dinner from room service and watch a movie on television.
Refreshed after a day at the beach, or feeling frisky after a day flashing the credit card in posh shops? Then head for the bar, restaurant, theatre, or casino for a night of fun.
Take a look at my guide to the best scenic cruises for 2010 covers destinations from the Norwegian fjords to Alaska, the Adriatic to the African coast, and from round-Britain voyages to river cruises in central Europe.

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John Honeywell is a travel writer specialising in cruise ships and cruise travel. Winner of CLIA UK's Contribution to Cruise award 2017.

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