10 cruising itineraries we’re dreaming of

10 cruising itineraries were dreaming of

Make your cruising comeback with one of these incredible itineraries to destinations near and far for travel in 2022-23.


Experience the best of six countries in 15 days with Viking Cruises’ In the Wake of the Vikings (from $11,495). Sailing from Bergen, Norway, to Montreal, Canada, It takes in the Shetland and Faroe Islands, Iceland and Greenland, tracing the route of Leif Erikson. 


On APT’s nine-day Cape York and the Great Barrier Reef Expedition (from $10,395 a person) from Cairns return on the MS Caledonian Sky, cruisers get to stand on the northernmost tip of Australia at sunset and explore the glorious beaches on Lizard Island.


For the first time, Norwegian Cruise Line will visit the ancient city of Nessebar in Bulgaria in March 2023 ($2069 pp). This nine-day roundtrip from Athens through the Mediterranean and Black Sea has a port-rich itinerary.


Set sail to discover WA’s Kimberley region in style with Ponant.The small-expedition vessel has 13 marine biologists and conservationists on board to show you the largest living reptile, the only two horizontal falls on the planet, and the world’s largest inshore reef. 


Royal Caribbean’s new Quantum of the Seas will cruise the Pacific from Brisbane in 2022. The nine-night South Pacific Cruise will visit Noumea, Mystery Island and Port Vila, with the newest advancements at sea such as cocktails served by robots.


For an epic voyage consider Seabourn’s 2022 World Cruise: Extraordinary Horizons. The 145-day sailing from Los Angeles to Athens takes in 72 ports including the South Pacific, New Zealand, Asia, Arabia, and Africa. 


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