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COULD YOU BE A
THINGS IN LIFE?
From white-tie evenings to
well-dressed breakfasts in bed.
for its commitment to
Visit Juneau's Mendenhall
Glacier by helicopter with
the golden age of cruising, Cunard's
Queen Mary 2 has a formal dress
code in the main dining venues -
which most guests are eager to
embrace. Each sailing typically
features three formal nights, such
as a masquerade ball or Roaring
ARE YOU A THRILL SEEKER?
Sky-high adventures via new technologies
and old-fashioned daredevilry.
ICE, ICE BABY
sailings get you to the Juneau Icefield via a helicopter ride over rain forests
and mountains. You'll be
outfitted with hard-shell
boots, an ice axe, and crampons for your two-hour
guided glacier exploration.
Anthem, Ovation, and
Quantum of the Seas, you
can soar to new heights
in trapeze school, try the
iFly skydiving simulator,
or board the North Star, an
enclosed observation pod
that rises 300 feet above
BUTLER DID IT
Silversea's ships, each cabin has
dedicated butlers who are trained
through the Guild of Professional
guests checking into
their cabins find monogrammed
pajamas waiting for them.
Clippers' 227-passenger Royal Clipper
is still the world's only
sailing ship - and you can
climb one of those masts,
with a provided safety harness, of course, to take in
the views over the vessel's
42 billowing white sails.
TIP: On most ships, booking a top suite also gets you priority boarding and other line-busting privileges
throughout the sailing.
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