While massive, Golden Age of Travel-style, luxury liners such as the Queen Mary 2 are still sailing the world, cruising just ain't what it used to be. These days, boutique fleets are the hottest thing on the high seas (and rivers), promising — and delivering — smaller passenger lists, larger staterooms and sophisticated resort facilities such as full-service spas and gourmet restaurants. We're not discounting the big ocean liners, but many of our favorite voyages tend to be on the more intimate ships. Read on to discover which floating hotels we prefer and why.
SUMPTUOUS SAILING Top 10 Cruises for Specialty Dining
Whether you're seeking a fine European dining experience, steak and seafood or even hot dogs, this palette of restaurants will keep you satiated while you're out to sea.
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Top 10 Caribbean Cruise Lines
Whether they have their own private islands or craft shore excursions just for you, the ten cruise lines we've chosen for this list are among the very best.