Tuesday, March 9, 2010

10 New & Exciting Theme Cruises

An exciting slate of new theme cruises is awaiting just over the horizon. No matter where your interests lie, there is most likely a theme cruise out there just waiting for you. Sail with luminaries and other guests who share your passions.

These cruises, and many more, can be found at ThemeCruiseFinder.com, which is designed to provide a comprehensive search portal for travelers interested in taking part in one of the many theme cruises currently available:
  1. Sail with Pat Conroy: Pat Conroy uses stories to explore the great themes of life. His honesty and his remarkable command of the language of the heart have won him devoted readers around the world. (April 17, 2010; Crystal Cruises)
  2. Michelin-Star Chefs: Tom Aikens - Youngest British chef ever awarded two Michelin Stars; owner of Tom Aikens Restaurant in the U.K., named eighth best restaurant in the world. (Sept 17, 2010; Crystal Cruises); Michael Mina - Founder of the Mina Group, with 11 concept restaurants including two-Michelin-Starred Michael Mina in San Francisco. (Sept 5, 2010; Crystal Cruises)
  3. Guiding Light Cruise: So Long Springfield: The "So Long Springfield at Sea" cruise will bid farewell to the soap opera "Guiding Light" (July 31, 2010; Carnival Cruise Line)
  4. Air Supply: Featuring Christopher Cross and John Waite, for fans of these '70's iconic performers, this is a can't miss event. (Oct 31, 2010; Royal Caribbean)
  5. Great Alaska Marathon Cruise: Run the world's only staged maritime marathon! Every day brings a new distance, new terrain and new racing experiences. By the end of the week you'll have run the marathon distance (26.2 miles) and have seen some of the world's most beautiful landscapes. Finally, a running vacation. (July 11, 2010; Holland America Line)
  6. "little people - BIG SHIP": Celebrity Fan Cruise with Amy Roloff - Amy has become well known from her show on the Discovery Channel: "little people - BIG WORLD." (June 26, 2010; Royal Caribbean)
  7. Bon Appétit Travel Series: Kurt Gutenbrunner -This hosted sailing will provide guests with the opportunity to enjoy private events with the celebrated guest chef on board exclusively for this group. Mix and mingle with Chef Gutenbrunner during exclusive epicurean experiences and interactive demonstrations that will reflect the taste and style of the region, as well as his own culinary character. (Oct 9, 2010; Regent Seven Seas Cruises); Shaun Hergatt - Executive Chef and Partner of SHO, Chef Hergatt, brings his passion for hospitality and his stellar culinary background to this unique Bon Appétit Travel Series cruise. His distinctive style of boldly flavored, innovative dishes based on the flavors of Australia has won praise in the US and abroad. (Sept 22, 2010; Regent Seven Seas Cruises)
  8. Malt Shop Memories Cruise: A 4-night cruise highlighting music from the 1950s and '60s. Appearances include Frankie Avalon, Bobby Rydell, Little Anthony & The Imperials, Lesley Gore, The Original Drifters, The Platters and Lou Christie. DJ Jerry Blavat, also known as the "Geator with the Heater," serves as host of the cruise and emcee of special events. (May 13, 2010; Carnival Cruise Line)
  9. The Swingers Cruise: We're not talking about dancing! (Jan 23, 2011; Windstar Cruises)
  10. Dr. Ruth Westheimer: Dr. Ruth is a psychosexual therapist who pioneered speaking frankly about sexual matters on radio with her program, Sexually Speaking. (July 6, 2010; Cunard Line)

And last, but certainly not least... a somewhat controversial theme cruise returns to sea:

  • 3rd International Cougar Cruise: Come join the 3rd International Cougar Cruise, for younger men/older women! (Dec 3, 2010; Norwegian Cruise Line)

1 comment:

antoine.leporc said...

I always loved the idea of mixing cruise and cuisine. How could it be better that enjoying 2 of the best things in the world.