This category contains official sites for operators of overnight ocean cruises.

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Alaskan Dream Ventures
Small ship, also offering charters. Includes information about the ship, vacations on offer, a sample itinerary, photographs and a blog.
American Cruise Lines
Small cruise line offering cruises on the US Eastern Seaboard on American-flagged small ships (none larger than 100 guests).
Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line
Offers two night sailings from Fort Lauderdale, FL to Nassau, Bahamas.
Carnival Cruise Lines
Popular, mass-market cruise line with sailings to the Caribbean, Mexico, Europe and Alaska. Information about destinations, excursions, and life on board. Direct bookings.
Celebrity X Cruises
Line operating ten ships sailing in the Caribbean, Alaska, Europe and South America. Offers online booking.
Celestyal Cruises
Mediterranean and Black Sea cruises on older vessels.
Clipper Stad Amsterdam
Tall ship sailing vessel built in modern times but with traditional sails and ambiance. Dutch-registered, voyages in Europe and the Caribbean. Charters available.
Costa Cruises
Large, "Italian style" contemporary cruise line with sailings in the Mediterranean and Caribbean. Offers online booking.
Cruise and Maritime Voyages Ltd
Offering ocean and river destinations. Provides information about their ships, and life onboard. Includes details about shore excursions.
Crystal Cruises
High-end cruise line with mid-size ships sailing relatively exotic, longer itineraries. Numerous theme cruises each year. Includes a travel agent finder.
Cunard Line
Luxury line following British ocean liner tradition. Trans-Atlantic crossings, around-the-world, Caribbean and European cruises. Includes historic information and a travel agent finder
Disney Cruise Line
Family-oriented, Disney-themed cruises on modern and well-appointed ships. Caribbean and Mediterranean itineraries.
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines
Offer cruises to many worldwide destinations. Ships, destinations and deals.
Great Lakes Cruise Company
Small-ship cruise line sailing the Great Lakes between the U.S. and Canada. Owned by Conlin Travel.
Hebridean Island Cruises
Very high-end Scottish luxury line operating small ships around Northern Europe, the Med, the Caribbean and South America. Pricing is more inclusive than most.
Holland America Cruise Line
Large, premium-priced line known for gracious service. Mid-sized ships sail to Alaska, Caribbean, Europe and exotic locations including an annual around-the-world cruise. Offers direct booking.
Hurtigruten Inc.
Exploration-oriented cruise line focused on remote coastlines in Norway, Greenland and Antarctica.
Island Escape
Small ship adventure cruise company operating in New Zealand from November to April. Also offers charters. Provides information about life onboard the ship and the routes available along with itinerary. Includes booking form, downloadable brochures and customer testimonials.
Katarina Line
Small ship company in Croatia. Describes their cruises, excursions and land tours. Offers pictures of their fleet and supplies videos of the ships and activities.
Kimberley Discovery Cruises
River & coast cruises in the Kimberley region, Western Australia on a 22-guest vessel.
Kristina Cruises
Small Finnish line with older vessels. Baltic, Finland, Red Sea, Western Europe and Mediterranean itineraries. Available in English and Finnish.
Lady M
Ten-guest motor boat offering 14-night cruises on the Australian Kimberley coast, from either Darwin or Broome. Includes specifications, dates, rates, pictures and contact form.
Lindblad Expeditions
Adventure cruises and exotic vacations to the Galapagos, Alaska, and Antarctica. Includes extensive information on destinations and affiliation with National Geographic
The Majestic Line
Traditional 12-guest wooden vessels offering cruises along the western coast of Scotland.
MSC Cruises
Italian cruise line with a large, modern fleet operating in the Mediterranean, Atlantic and Caribbean.
North Star Cruises Australia
Australian wilderness and coral reef diving itineraries aboard the yacht True North, which features an on-board helicopter.
Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL)
Mass market line with large ships offering "freestyle" cruising: no set dining times, no dress codes, numerous extra-charge restaurants. Sails to the Caribbean, Mexico, Alaska, and Europe. Also operates NCL America, a US-flagged subsidiary operating in Hawaii. Offers online booking
Oceania Cruises
"Upscale" line positioned below luxury and above premium. Sails to exotic locations on mid-size ships.
Oceanwide Expeditions
Provides vacations to the Arctic and Antarctica to take in sights such as whales, polar bears and the Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights. Includes information about their schedules including prices and itinerary, pictures and statistics for their fleet, photographs taken on excursions and a blog.
P&O Australia
Large ship sailings around Australia and in the South Pacific, departing from Sydney and Brisbane.
P&O Cruises
British line with worldwide destinations including Europe, Australia, Caribbean and a World Cruise. Offers online booking.
Paul Gauguin Luxury Cruises
Luxury ship servicing Tahiti, French Polynesia, and the South Pacific. Contains information on ports, itineraries, a ship tour, and booking information.
Princess Cruises
Large, mid-price cruise line with ships that sail to a wide range of North American and exotic destinations. Offers online booking.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Small luxury line with mid-size ships (under 700 guests each) that sail on longer cruises to relatively exotic destinations. Formerly known as Radisson Seven Seas Cruises.
Royal Caribbean International (RCI)
Mass-market line known for innovative large ships with features such as rock-climbing walls and onboard surfing. Sails to the Caribbean, Mexico, Alaska, Europe, South America and Asia. Offers online booking.
Sea Cloud Cruises
Two tall sailing ships in the Caribbean and Mediterranean and river cruisers operating in European waterways.
Sea Wolf Adventures
Classic, 12-guest vessel offers natural history and wildlife adventure cruising in Glacier Bay Alaska, British Columbia and the San Juan Islands.
Seabourn Cruise Line
Luxury vacations on large yachts. Known for highly personalized service, formal atmosphere, and water sports off the ship's own marina. Sailings to a range of exotic destinations worldwide.
SeaDream Yacht Club
Small, high-end line with ships that carry up to 110 guests. Relatively exotic destinations and access to small ports. Offers charters
Sikumi Alaska Cruises
Small-ship Alaska cruises on the M.V. Sikumi, a 12-guest converted trawler.
Silversea Cruises
High-end line with small ships (250-400 guests). Relatively long sailings to a range of exotic destinations around the world.
Star Clippers
Tall ship sailing vessels in the Caribbean, the Mediterranean and the Far East. Offers charters and a travel agent finder
Star Cruises
Large Asian cruise line with modern ships sailings primarily out of Singapore, Hong Kong, and Malaysia. Offers both gambling-oriented short cruises and longer voyages.
Variety Cruise
Small yacht sailings in the Greek Islands and the Red Sea.
Viking River Cruises UK Ltd
Offers river and ocean cruising throughout the world. Supplies information about their vacation packages, pictures and information about their fleet and videos.
Viking Star Cruises
Small-yacht cruises in the Greek islands on sailing and motor vessels. Focus is on time in port, with an average of just 4 hours per day at sea.
Voyages of Discovery
Value-oriented discovery cruises on a classic ship to exotic destinations including Antarctica, South America, Northern Europe, and the South Pacific.
Windstar Cruise Line
Casual-atmosphere luxury cruises on small vessels (100-200 guests). Ships use sails and diesel power. Mediterranean, Caribbean and Central America itineraries.
The World
Private residential community-at-sea where its residents may travel the globe without ever leaving home. Features upcoming destinations and expeditions.

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