Let’s be honest, nothing fires the imagination like a world cruise. No half measures here, we’re talking about a circumnavigation of the globe designed to show a select group of lucky passengers the most spectacular places on the planet. Above all, it’s an opportunity to see the whole world in comfort and style in a way that eludes other more mundane modes of travel.
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Sometimes the best things in life really are free but, as is often the way with nature’s gifts, you have to pay attention and be very patient in order to see them. The Northern Lights are undoubtedly one of the greatest shows on Earth, but you’ll need to travel in order to get a ring side seat and you’ll also need a little bit of luck too. And, if you are lucky enough to see the Northern Lights, you might also want to give some thought to what exactly causes the phenomena you’ve been lucky enough to witness. The benefit of doing this is that you’ll appreciate just what an extraordinary collection of circumstances have come together to create one of the greatest shows on earth.
There was a time when, for most of us, selecting a cabin was a binary thing: inside or outside was the extent of your choice on the accommodation menu. Even the very finest staterooms, although bigger in terms of floor space, often had no outside space at all. These days, bigger ships and design advances mean that balcony cabins are suddenly within the reach of the majority of cruisers, whereas inside cabins are now becoming few and far between.
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