Specialty Cruises - 300 and under guest capacity

Arrow Discovery Travel has close relationships with all the cruise lines and can help you determine which cruise line, style and itinerary is the best fit for you and your travel style. The following offers general information on the different types of Specialty Cruises. Ocean Cruises and River Cruises are also popular with vacationers and are part of the fastest growing segments of the travel industry.

National Geographic Explorer, Lindblad Star Clipper
National Geographic Explorer, Lindblad  Star Clipper

If you want to sail the seas, but not on a typical cruise ship, there are many alternatives to choose from. Specialty cruise lines often focus on a particular niche and attract the traveler with special interests.  The offerings include expedition ships to Antarctica, Alaska, the Galapagos or other unique geographic areas and sailing ships or mega yachts visiting the Greek Isles, Caribbean, the Mediterranean and more.  Often there is an educational focus on the area and expert lecturers or guides on board to enhance the learning experience. Many of these cruise lines are also considered to be Deluxe or Luxury. Whether the allure is to sail on a small ship with an intimate group of other like-minded guests and visit unique destinations or experience a great adventure, there is certain to be a specialty ship and itinerary for you.

Some cruise lines in this category would be Windstar, SeaDream, Compagnie du Ponant, Un-cruise Adventures, Star Clippers, Variety Cruises, Lindblad Expeditions, Pearl Seas Cruises

Harmony G, Variety Cruises
Harmony G, Variety Cruises
Le Soleal, Ponant
Le Soleal, Ponant


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