The term iconic is often overused, but it is an accurate description of the voyages on offer across North AmericaThe destinations of North America are often recommended for a reason. The sunshine and Hollywood glamour of Los Angeles attracts visitors from across the globe, while the city-life of New York gives passengers more sightseeing opportunities than they can dream of.
The airline gateway of Seattle is a great place to spend a few days at the beginning or end of an Alaskan cruise. Pike Place Market is one of the oldest continuously operated farmers' markets America and a monorail runs to the newly renovated Space Needle tower and observation deck. A harbour boat trip is a fun way to see the city from a different perspective.
It’s well worth lingering awhile in the oldest city in South Carolina which was founded in 1670. Wander along cobbled streets and see antebellum houses in the French Quarter and Battery districts and visit Fort Sumter where the American Civil War began. There are tours of plantations and expansive gardens, plus the more unusual attraction of Magnolia Cemetery, the final resting place of generals, soldiers, politicians, and socialites.
Aloha and welcome to Hawaii where Big Island, as the name implies, is the largest and offers a wide range of activities, adventures and sightseeing options. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, the only Hawaiian UNESCO site, offers a fascinating insight into the birth of the islands and views of dramatic volcanic landscapes. The Punalu'u beach is a distinctive black sand beach with opportunities to spot turtles.
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Writer Ernest Hemingway contracted the infectious ‘Keys disease’ when he first visited Key West in 1928 and lived in Key West from 1931 to 1940, writing a novel for every year he was there. There are fascinating tours around his former home and the chance to meet unusual six-toed cats, descended from his very first puss Snowball.
Remind clients that it is the little touches that can improve their overall cruise experience, such as opting for port side cabins for the best views sailing out of New York
An iconic transatlantic sailing is steeped in history and carries with it a romantic notion. For many it represents the voyage of a lifetime – use this messaging when selling
Suggest clients combine a Canada cruise with a rail journey on the Rocky Mountaineer for unrivalled views
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