6 Awesome Honeymoon Cruises You want be on

A Honeymoon cruise can actually be a wonderful and perfect Plan for Your honeymoon, it could give you a new side to luxury, fun and Romance, if that’s what you want. You get to have a breath-taking experience ranging from the new places to visit, the food, spa treatment and so much more.

Below, is my compiled list giving you this six Awesome Honeymoon cruises, you can go through this article and choose the one that best soothes you. {Read: Getting To be the catch; a lady’s must Read}


Silolona Sojourns, Indonesia
The Silolona Sojourns cruise is straight out of the history books — and you get to jump right in. Pretend you’re Columbus, Magellan and Drake sailing in search of cinnamon, ginger and turmeric. It won’t be too far a stretch, since Silolona is an authentic replica of the Indonesian sailing ships that used to troll the Spice Route for flavourful booty. Depending on the time of year, be one of only 10 guests to sail the Banda Islands, Raja Ampat, Sulawesi and Komodo. You might be retracing the past, but gliding past these remote islands, you’ll never want to forget the present moment.
Rates vary.
Visit: silolona.com


Adventure Associates, Galápagos
The Fun thing about this cruise is that it doesn’t feel like an ordinary cruise. This ship gets you to islands you can’t reach any other way. And the 48-guest La Pinta is one of the best-appointed ships in the Galápagos fleet — giving you the luxury of: Great chefs, spacious staterooms and oversize portholes with the same views Darwin saw. Walk among marine iguanas on the lava shore. Snorkel with penguins, turtles and sea lions.
This cruise could rate from $4,935s. {You might Like: 10 really cool Pick up lines}


Oceania, Caribbean
Sometimes I ask, what’s better than taking a relaxing cruise through the Caribbean? P.S Being the first to do so on a brand-new ship. Take this honeymoon luxury trip on the 625-room Oceania Marina on the Caribbean Pearls itinerary to visit the classic islands (St. Lucia, Dominican Republic, Antigua) and some of our favourites off the beaten path (Dominica, Grand Turk, St. Barts). Between ports, dine at master chef Jacques Pepin’s first restaurant at sea and try your hand in the Culinary Centre, where you can prepare your own meal from fresh ingredients. Whatever you choose, you’ll be setting the pace for cruisers to come.
This cruise rates from $2,499
visit: oceaniacruises.com


Paul Gauguin, Tahitian Islands.
The sun sets between the twin peaks of Otemanu and Pahia on Bora Bora as you sit down at L’Etoile for French cuisine served a la carte (no buffet). And you don’t have to make a reservation or sign a check. It’s included, as is your Irish whiskey nightcap served by Abner, your suite-deck butler. The ship sails as you sleep, and when you open the curtains in the morning, the green hills of Moorea fill the windows. The shallow-draft, 332-guest M/S Paul Gauguin can anchor inside the reefs. And that means, for once, you’re inside those postcard-perfect views — in Raiatea, Taha‘a and Tahiti too. That’s right. You have arrived. Champagne? {Read:
This cruise could rate from $3,145.
For more info visit: pgcruises.com


Regent Seven Seas, New Zealand.
Take your time. Do it right — from dry-aged prime beef and fine wines to indulgent spa treatments and 16 days to explore just two countries. Take in five of New Zealand’s cities, from Auckland to Dunedin. Aboard the 350-room Voyager, cruise past the fjords of Milford Sound and across the Tasman Sea to Hobart, Tasmania (Australia’s cute little sister). Some itineraries hurry you from island to island and country to country. Not this one. By the time you dock in Sydney, you’ll be an honorary Kiwi/Aussie. Cruise rates from $12,499
visit: rssc.com


Silversea, Mediterranean
Cruising and eating are almost synonymous. Luckily, aboard the Silver Spirit, fresh local food is the specialty every day — and on a cruise, local is different every night. Sail through the Italian islands eating air-dried ham from Parma and Ligurian ravioli on board at La Terrazza. Savor a six-course meal (including Perigord truffles) at Le Champagne after exploring Corsica. Then retreat back to your ocean-view suite (one of only 270) to watch as the islands that just fed you so generously begin to fade out of sight.
Rates from $5,308

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