What’s your travel style? When you’re thinking about booking a cruise with Vacation Quest, do you look for top chefs? Music? Golf?
There may just be a cruise for every type of traveler, and below we outline some of our favorites.
Cook with a Top Chef
Jacques Pépin is hosting classes on an Oceania Cruises trip from Venice to Lisbon in November, and Windstar Cruises is bringing James Beard Award winners (like Seattle’s Maria Hines) on ship for demos. If you’re more into eating a celebrity chef’s food than cooking it, The Grill by Thomas Keller opened this May aboard the Seabourn Quest, which sails all over the world.
Celebrity has partnered with Bravo TV show Top Chef to offer a “Top Chef at Sea” cruise where select guests are thrown into the spotlight to show off their cooking expertise. During “Top Chef Night,” in the main restaurant treats guests to dishes conceived by popular “cheftestants” from the show.
Golf France’s Classic Courses (Without Lugging Your Clubs)
Hop Uniworld’s S.S. Joie de Vivre, which starts sailing the Seine in March 2017. They’ll lend you clubs and arrange tee times at Normandy’s Golf de Rouen Mont-Saint-Aignan and Golf d’Étretat, which overlooks the English Channel.
Azamara Club Cruises also offer golf cruises around the world, where guests play world-renowned courses while experiencing fascinating cultures, from the British Isles to the Baltic Sea.
Let World-Class Musicians Give You a Semi-Private Concert
Enjoy a waltz, an opera and more on Avalon Waterways‘ music special interests cruises. Guests visit locations like Prague, Amsterdam and Budapest and do everything from visiting a violin maker’s workshop to church concerts to opera house visits and concerts.
And remember, Global Connections VIP Cruises live up to their name with specific themes and lots of extra perks for our guests.
There’s a theme, scene or specialty cruise for just about everyone! What floats your boat?
Tell us about what you look for to make your Vacation Quest cruises extra special.