Tuesday, September 16, 2008
Expedition cruising: can adventure be luxurious?
By Jane Archer - telegraph.co.uk
What makes a perfect expedition cruise – luxury, lectures or roughing it? Jane Archer gives her opinion.
Can an expedition ship also be a luxury ship? The question has been ringing in my ears ever since Silversea announced earlier this year that it had bought a ship with an ice-strengthened hull and was doing it up to offer luxury discovery-style cruising.
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