Wednesday, July 23, 2008

The 21 Most Interesting Theme Cruises

Vacationers travel far and wide to indulge in their special interests, so why not take it to sea? ThemeCruiseFinder.com provides a comprehensive search portal for travelers interested in taking part in one of the many theme cruises currently available. These cruises and more can be found at ThemeCruiseFinder.com:
  1. Motorcycle Cruises - bring your Harley and motor around each of the islands on your cruise! (Multiple departures; Royal Caribbean)
  2. The Elvis Cruise - Under the watchful eye of producer and host Jerry Schilling and musical director Joe Guercio, every detail of each show was crafted to elicit the memory Elvis and pay tribute to his legacy. (Aug 28, 2008; Carnival Cruise Line)
  3. Ireland & Great Britain Hiking Cruise - Combine hiking with a wonderful ocean or European river cruise vacation. Hike on some of the world's most beautiful and scenic paths. (Sept 5, 2008; Peter Deilmann Cruises)
  4. Golf Cruise with Billy Casper - Play some of Europe's finest golf courses with Golf pro and legend, Billy Casper. (Oct 30, 2008; Crystal Cruises)
  5. Spotlight on Chocolate - The chocoholics are at it again with another great chocolate cruise that traces a route through several chocolate producing countries. (Dec 1 & Dec 4, 2008; Regent Seven Seas Cruises)
  6. Men's Club at Sea - Feature lovely social hostesses. These hostesses are young -- about 25 to 45 years of age. They're beautiful -- carefully selected for their charm and social abilities. And they'll help you have the time of your life! (Aug 10, 2008, Holland America Line; Oct 4, 2008, Princess Cruises)
  7. Spy Cruise - Join Intelligence Professionals from CIA, the RCMP Security Service, and the KGB. (July 8, 2009; Seabourn Cruise Line)
  8. Equestrian Cruises - Combine your love of horses with a wonderful cruise vacation. (Multiple Departures; Peter Deilmann Cruises)
  9. Shakespeare at Sea - Travel through time with Shakespeare's women. Take a look at these creatures through the unique filter of the monarchs for whom Shakespeare was writing. (Nov 7, 2008; Holland America Line)
  10. K9 College Cruise -The K9 College Cruise offers seminars-at-sea on a variety of K9 topics. (Feb 17, 2009; Carnival Cruise Line)
  11. Betty Boop Fan Club Cruise - What could be better than vacationing with Betty Boop? (Oct 9, 2008; Carnival Cruise Line)
  12. Playboy Jazz Cruise - An amazing lineup of today's best jazz talent. (Jan 25, 2009; Holland America Line)
  13. Swingers Cruise - The name says it all! (Oct 25, 2008; Norwegian Cruise Line)
  14. Nudist Cruise - (Charter) Bare Necessities, America's Premiere Clothing Optional Tour Production Company (Multiple departures; Multiple Cruise Line)
  15. Living Large Cruise - An experience in total Freedom of Size, Life & Travel as we take on the High Seas on a size acceptance adventure. (Sept 13, 2008; Carnival Cruise Line)
  16. Clown Cruise: Continuing Education for Clowns - Revitalize your clowning with hands-on workshops taught by the industry's best. (Jan 10, 2009; Princess Cruises)
  17. Autism on the Seas - A series of cruises for families with Autistic children. (Multiple departures; Royal Caribbean)
  18. Iditarod Racer & Dog Sled Champion Cruise - Join Dee Dee Jonrowe (Aug 27, 2008; Silversea Cruises)
  19. Baseball Greats Cruise - Rub elbows with the likes of Bob Feller, Vida Blue, Earl Weaver, Jeff Torborg & Cito Gaston (Multiple departures; MSC Cruises)
  20. Join Jane Powell, Dickie Moore, Lynn Redgrave, Gena Rowlands, Lucie Arnaz, Florence Henderson and Patricia Neal - Cruise with the celebrities of yesterday! (Sept 12, 2008; Crystal Cruises)
  21. Dr. Laura - There will be private parties and events with Dr. Laura; such as wine tastings, a karaoke night (with Dr. Laura judging the competition!), and the opportunity to see her one woman show "In My Never To Be Humble Opinion." (Sept 30, 2008; Holland America Line)

1 comment:

whizkidforte said...

Hey, Cruise Diva! Out of all the 21 most interesting theme cruises, the Autism on the Seas one is the most appealing, since I have autism. I heard that their travel agency, Alumni Cruises, is offering a package for a 4-night cruise to the Bahamas with (drumroll, please!) Disney Cruise Line! With the Disney Wonder (apparently my favorite ship) as their host liner, I am so thrilled to bits as a Disneyphile because they're offering this! It's not just Royal Caribbean that they're touting!