Virtuoso Traveler - February/March 2018 - 64
COULD YOU BE A
A NIGHT OWL?
Stay up late for chic theme parties,
people-watching, and fun shows.
Club Cruises throws
a White Night Party on its
sailings, transforming outdoor
decks into glamorous dancing
and dining venues.
Zambezi Queen's stylish
lounge will have you seeing
stripes and spots.
DO YOU PREFER TO VENTURE
OFF THE BEATEN PATH?
some ships can be called
floating hotels, others are more
like floating cities, and none more
so than the world's largest: Royal
Caribbean International's Harmony of the Seas. The 6,687-passenger behemoth is divided into
seven distinct neighborhoods;
visit its 12 bars, hit the casino, and
check out a multitude of musicals,
ice shows, and comedy clubs - or
grab a bench in the Central Park
district for people-watching.
Set sail to ports at the edges of civilization,
and cruise rivers deep within Land Rover country.
from the comfort
of your stateroom during
four days with AmaWaterways aboard the 28-passenger Zambezi Queen, as you
navigate Botswana's Chobe
takes you deeper into the
country's famed fjords on
11- and 12-day cruises celebrating local history and
music, with performances
in venues ranging from Bergen's Edvard Grieg Museum
64 V I R T U O S O T R A V E L E R
Troldhaugen to a former
hall in Vesteralen.
PENGUINS & COWBOYS
within Patagonia, navigating
its two 210-passenger
expedition ships to the
region's little-seen gems.
Beyond the Strait of Magellan, the tragically named
Useless Bay is anything but
to its resident king penguins; in the heart of Tierra
del Fuego, visitors tuck into
a gaucho-style asado feast
at a working estancia.
From top: In the groove at
Azamara's White Night Party and
Harmony of the Seas shines on.