Luxury cruise lines plan exotic trips in 2012

Voyages for the wealthy span archipelagos and continents

Luxury cruise lines have come up with another line-up of exotic itineraries for the 2012 season, each of them struggling to be different. The reason is simple. Rich clients love bragging about the remote spots they’ve been to and friends haven’t. For example, Seabourn Cruise Line is offering a unique chance to explore the Indonesian Archipelago in style aboard Seabourn Legend on a 10-day Gems of the Java Sea itinerary, leaving in both January and February. Experiences include Borobudur, the world’s biggest Buddhist temple complex, inter-island schooner sailings, Lombok and Bali.
Among other cruises detailed in this TravelAgentCentral article is Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ Arabian Adventures voyage, between Safaga, Egypt, and Mumbai, with calls at Cairo, Luxor, Petra and the Taj Mahal.
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[pictured: Seabourn Legend]

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