10. Silversea: Silver Shadow
Each onboard suite includes butler service, down comforters, and a refrigerator stocked with the snacks and drinks of your choosing. Voyages to Asia and Alaska are highlights on the Silver Shadow’s itinerary for 2014.
Costs for a trip on this beautiful boat are in the region of $550 per day.
9. Seabourn Cruise Line: Seabourn Sojourn
The Sojourn’s spa is the largest onboard any luxury cruise ship in the world, taking up 11,400 square feet of indoor and outdoor space over two decks. There are also six jacuzzis and two pools for their 450 guests to enjoy.
Costs? About $460 per night in out of season. In season these costs double.
8. Crystal Cruises: Crystal Symphony
The 982-square-foot penthouse suite aboard the Crystal Symphony has an elegant dining area, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a pedestal sink made completely out of crystal.
Costs range from about $450 to $1300 per day.
7. Seabourn Cruise Line: Seabourn Spirit
Each of the ship’s 104 suites has either a private veranda or five-foot wide window with expansive ocean views. The crew will make sure your complimentary champagne is available upon your arrival.
To sail on this ship you´ll be paying about $800 per day.
6. Regent Seven Seas Cruises: Seven Seas Navigator
The Navigator is the smallest of the Regent luxury cruise ships, with 490 guests enjoying all-suite accommodations. Each room has a spacious sitting area, marble bathroom, and wide ocean views.
5. Regent Seven Seas Cruises: Seven Seas Mariner
With 700 guests onboard, the Mariner is the largest of the Regent ships. It also claims to be the world’s first all-suite, all-balcony cruise ship, meaning that each guest is guaranteed a luxurious experience.
4. Regent Seven Seas Cruises: Seven Seas Voyager
Similar in size to the Mariner, the Voyager accommodates 700 guests in luxurious suites. It’s currently docked in Singapore and preparing for cruises to Hong Kong and Beijing.
Expect to pay about $1500 to travel on this ship.
3. Paul Gauguin: m/s Paul Gauguin
The m/s Paul Gauguin was specifically designed to sail to the small ports of Tahiti and French Polynesia that most cruise ships can’t reach. More than 70% of the suites and staterooms aboard the ship have private balconies.
To travel in style on this cruise, you´ll be paying about $600 per day.
2. SeaDream Yacht Club: SeaDream I
A maximum of 112 guests are pampered by a crew of 95 aboard the SeaDream I, which will sail around the Caribbean for the next several months. You can always take out a glass-bottom kayak, try a stand-up paddle board, or go water skiing off the back of the yacht.
To travel on the Seadream Yacht Club will cost you about $800 per day.
1. Crystal Cruises: Crystal Serenity
The Crystal Serenity is consistently ranked the best cruise ship in the world, and it just completed a redesign that made it even more amazing. The penthouse’s bathroom was among the updated features, with incredible Italian marble mosaics, heated flooring, and a TV embedded in the vanity.
A trip on this beauty will set you back about $1000 per day.