Ocean Cruises

Calling all Disney theme park fans— this is the only Disney cruise ship with an actual ride on it.
The renowned Smithsonian Institution is infusing Ponant sailings with high-quality educational programming and exclusive access to notable historical and cultural sites.
As the United Kingdom celebrates the Queen’s Jubilee this year, cruise passengers can too aboard the definitively British Cunard cruise line.
AFAR’s special cruise correspondent reviews the recently launched 100-passenger Silver Origin, which is bringing passengers to paradise in high style.
With huge pent-up demand after the pandemic, you’d be wise to book sooner than later.
From intimate polar expedition cruises to sailing the Caribbean on a clipper ship, these independent brands are changing the way we think about cruising.
Richard Branson said he didn’t like cruises. So, he developed a cruise line for people like him. Did he succeed?
With cooler temperatures and fewer crowds, Greece cruises are both more comfortable and more enriching during the fall. Here are some of our favorites.
Many of Iceland’s other-worldly landscapes, charming villages, marine life, and rugged coastlines are best seen from the comfort, convenience, and unique vantage point of a cruise.
From cuddling sled-dog puppies to hiking Denali National Park, the best Alaska cruise itineraries mean more great ways to explore Alaska right now.
Seabourn Sojourn serves up Alaska adventures with luxurious on-board amenities.
We have five good reasons to allot extra time ashore in Anchorage before or after your cruise ship adventure.
Cruise lines are changing the way you can see the great Alaskan wilderness—here are the ones to sail this year.
The least populous state in the U.S. is also home to some of the country’s most wondrous natural landscapes. Choose one of the following ways to see it—or opt for all three.
What could an Alaska local ever discover on a voyage through the Inside Passage? Just the essence of the place he thought he knew.