The more I read on her the more I see amazing places to go like Alexandria Egypt. Are certain lines known for cruising to specific areas? From my limited experience it seems carnival has most of their ships in the Caribbean and Mexico areas.
I would love to start looking at other cruise lines for destinations that Carnival doesn't sail to. I don't know where to start. Any help would be great. Thanks, Carla
- Carnival Inspiration 3/3/07 - Grand Cayman & Calica
I prefer Regent Seven Seas Cruises (website: www.rssc.com) to see the world; however, many cruiselines go to exotic ports. You can either look at cruiseline review section on CruiseMates which has links to the cruiselines websites or do a google search.
In addition to all the luxury lines, others that have exotic ports include:
There is a lot more of the world to see from a cruiseship than the Caribbean, Mexico, Alaska, or the Med.
Have fun researching!
"Carpe diem quam minimum credula postero"
Seven Seas Explorer - Miami - Venice - Mar 2017
Silverseas Explorer - Arctic - Aug 2017
Seven Seas Voyager - Rome to Beijing - Oct 2017
Seven Seas Mariner - Lima to Buenos Aires - Jan 2018
Silverseas Explorer - Siberia - Jul 2018
Seven Seas Mariner - Australia Circumnavigation - Dec 2018
To start, look at some of the different sites that advertise on this site and see if they offer any cruises to any of the places you would like to go, most should have at least some in other parts of the world. Then if you see something you might like do more research via GOOGLE for either the line or area.
Star Princess 2005, Sun Princess 2005
Caribbean Princess 2006, MSC Lirica 2006 , NCL Pearl 2007, Majesty of the Seas 2008, Carnival Destiny 2008, MSC Lirica 2009, Carnival Valor 2009,Carnival Legend 2010, Carnival Liberty 2010,Carnival Fantsay 2011,Carnival Valor 2012, MSC Poesia 2012, MSC Poesia 2013, Carnival Legend 2013, MSC DIVINA 2014, MSC Divina 2014, Carnival Liberty 2015, MSC Divina 2015, Carnival Ecstasy 2015, NCL Star 2016, Carnival Glory 2016, MSC Divina 2017