Virtuoso Traveler - February/March 2018 - 62
Not your average excursion:
Paul Gauguin guests can standup paddleboard straight from
the ship's water-sports marina.
COULD YOU BE A
A floating hotel has something for everyone. Don't believe it?
Just consider these ten questions.
BY JESSICA MUELLER
CRUISING. PERHAPS YOU LONG AGO
slammed this particular porthole
shut, with vague ideas about buffets, crowds, and tired cabaret
shows. But lately you've been hearing friends rave about their recent
cruises, and you're getting curious.
62 V I R T U O S O T R A V E L E R
Whether you're interested in glacier trekking or pool lounging, exploring secluded islands or city
streets, spending days on vineyard
tours or in spas - if you can name
it, there's a ship for it. And the best
parts of cruising remain the same,
regardless of sailing style or destination: You only need to unpack once,
and the views are ever-changing.
Not quite convinced? The following questions will help you determine whether you should set sail.
(The answer is yes.)