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G Expedition

At a nimble 105 metre in length, the G Expedition is capable of reaching remote areas the bigger ships simply can't reach. She can accommodate a maximum of 132 passengers and following a multi-million dollar refurbishment and refit offers travellers a unique and comfortable way of exploring the Polar Regions. The refit included the installation of brand new cabins with ensuite bathrooms, a refurbishment of the dining room -large enough to accommodate all passengers in one sitting - the pub, lounge, gym and sauna. Guests have the choice of five categories of cabins ranging from quad-share to suites. Each cabin will be outside facing featuring either portholes or windows and the ship will boast multiple viewing areas, including a 360-degree observation deck for wildlife spotting. G Expedition is fitted with state-of-the-art stabilizers to ensure as smooth a passage as possible. With a top speed of 16 knots, passengers spend less time travelling from A to B and more time exploring the destination. The ship is outfitted with all the latest safety equipment including covered lifeboats and a fast rescue boat from Norsafe. An elite team of 10 expedition staff, consisting of expedition leaders, naturalists, historians, geologists and marine and avian biologists, accompany every cruise in order to share their knowledge of the destination’s history, unique environment and wildlife.

Galapagos Odyssey

Built in Guayaquil in 2007 by locals, the Odyssey has been specially designed for cruising the Galapagos; with efficient daily operations and causing minimum impact to the Archipelago's fragile ecosystem. With its sophisticated yet cosy minimalistic design, the Odyssey resembles a first class hotel cruising the enchanted Galapagos Islands, being an excellent choice to navigate & explore in comfort. All ample and bright ocean-view cabins (20 m²/ 215 ft²) feature private facilities, air-con, hair-dryer, and a small table & chair. The larger suites can easily accommodate three adults, or offer extra comfort to couples. Be amazed by the stunning panoramic view from the whirlpool on the Sun Deck, or while resting on the shaded area in the upper deck, or simply enjoy a tasty meal at the charming "Al Fresco" dining area.

Galateia - Charter Only

NOTE: MS Galateia is only available for charter of the vessel. Not for sale on a per cabin basis. Built in the Van Hamburg shipyard in 1964, the vessel was reconditioned in 2010. The ship’s engine is a Ketch motor sailor. Propulsion is 2 x 200 HP plus 250 m² of sail. The MS Galatéia can accommodate 8 passengers on board in 4 cabins with shower rooms. Separate accommodation is provided for the captain, chef and crew member. All the cabins are equipped with satellite television, air-conditioning, individually controlled heating, safe, hairdryer and 220 volt electricity supply. On board facilities include lounge with large TV screen, restaurant, small library, large teak sun deck with sun loungers. Leisure activities include dinghy for water-skiing, masks, snorkels and flippers, wind surfboard, fishing rods.


The 48-metre Galileo is a classic steel Motor Sailer, with spacious, well-appointed interiors and plenty of old-world charm. Galileo was launched in 1992, then rebuilt in 2007 and renovated in 2016. Guests can relax in the indoor lounge and elegant dining room on the main deck, or take in sea views and fresh air from the sundeck and shady outdoor bar.


The 48 meter "Galileo" is a classic steel Motor Sailer, with spacious and well appointed interiors renovated in 2016. At the main deck, a lounge area with an American bar leads into a warm and elegant dining room finished with wood and leather. Guests on the Galileo enjoy the most a shaded outdoor deck area with an outdoor bar and the ship's sun deck. The M/S Galileo, built with the most stringent safety regulations, was launched in 1992 and rebuilt in 2007.

Ganges Voyager

The pioneering Ganges Voyager carries just 56 guests and offers a warm and relaxed experience. The ship takes you back in time with the grace and style of the colonial era with wood furniture and hand-stenciled murals. From the air-conditioned indoor lounge to the outdoor lounge, you’ll find plenty of seating and spots to relax. You’ll never feel cramped or crowded. Plus, the indoor lounge features large windows, so no matter where you sit, you’ll always have a great view.

Ganges Voyager

Launched in 2015 the RV Ganges Voyager offers modern conveniences and luxuries that rival the fine hotels of India. It accommodates just 56 guests, which means you're assured a gracious and personalised onboard experience. In the kitchen of the ship's elegant East India Dining Room, the Executive Chef oversees a team of experts that use fresh local produce to cater for a stunning range of specialty dining experiences. And while each meal presents the chance to dine on exotic local cuisine, western-style favourites are always available should you desire a taste of home. Embodying the grace of the British colonial era, all suites boast a private Panoramic Balcony. Atop the ship's Sun Deck, the refined Governor's Lounge is a great place to relax over a drink and take in the views. Complete with chaise lounges and shaded areas, the outdoor Observation Deck offers sunshine and panoramic views, and benefits from full drinks service. Also up top, the Voyager Spa offers an array of treatments, while the ship's Fitness Centre is fitted out with the latest equipment.

Ganges Voyager II

With accommodations inspired by the grace and elegance of the British colonial period, the all-suite, 56-passenger Ganges Voyager II is one of only two ultra-luxurious ships serving the Ganges. Built-to-order in 2015, this ultra-luxurious ship was custom-designed to serve Uniworld's new 2016 "India's Golden Triangle and the Sacred Ganges" itinerary.

Gerard Schmitter

MS Gérard Schmitter was named after the founder of the company. Offering you maximum comfort with its large common areas and two bar lounges. Not forgetting its large outdoor terrace where you can relax and taken all the scenery.

Gil Eanes

The MS Gil Eanes cruises on the Douro and features a lounge with large picture windows, restaurant, library, TV, gift shop, elevator, sun deck with chaise lounges.


The gracious Ginger will be Heritage Line’s new vessel cruising the Lan Ha Bay, which is a tranquil part of the famous Halong Bay in Vietnam. Ginger hosts only 12 large suites, all naturally light-flooded and with well-sized balcony. There will be two Regent Suites in the highest room category. Additional four Signature Suites and six Junior Suites complete the suite only vessel. Ginger expresses her elegance with warm timber floors, marble bathrooms and distinguished design themes that interlace the long-lasting traditions of Northern Vietnam paired with contemporary accents. Ginger’s uniqueness is expressed with a special culinary theme as well as a refreshing lifestyle atmosphere. The terrace deck is a marvelous public area. An almost 360-degree light-flooded restaurant offering live cooking is framed by an outdoor alfresco area. An indoor bar corner invites to relax before or after dinner. The most exclusive facility is Ginger’s pool on the terrace deck. Surrounded by comfortable shaded sunbeds, the views from the pool are spectacular. So are the views from the spa rooms in the stern of the ship – one VIP spa room comes with steam bath. Combine relaxing spa treatments with dramatic outlooks through floor to ceiling glass windows on the bay.


This 18 passenger Camper & Nicholsons yacht has traversed the waters of this world under many names, but has been rechristened with a name that takes her back into her history; to the very best of her times. Named after her late owner, Her Serene Highness Princess Grace of Monaco, the name is a representation of her elegance, beauty and prestige. Grace is the ideal yacht for the traveler who seeks a true explorer experience, complemented with excellent service, superb accommodations and fine dining. All who travel aboard this yacht will be part of a unique mission: to bring to life the natural living legacy of the islands through an experience unlike any other in Galapagos. Grace features a main salon equipped with a bar, TV/Video system and stereo system. Passengers can choose to eat inside, in the interior dining room or they can eat outside in the al-fresco dining area. The sundeck has a bar and plenty of space to be in the open air. Guests can also relax in the front of the boat where the jacuzzi and sun chairs are located. With one naturalist guide for every 9 guests on a full yacht*, Grace offers one of the most intimate and personal expedition experiences in the Galapagos, where guests can truly interact and gain a wealth of knowledge from the real Galapagos experts. Grace features a jacuzzi, sea kayaks, snorkeling gear and wetsuits onboard. The yacht offers ample outside resting areas as well as inside & al-fresco dining. Kids Club with activities like star-gazing and movie nights for Family Oriented departures. Child-oriented guides who organize learning activities and provide children with a kids expedition journal are placed specifically for departures with children. Wide variety of books available in the library as well as as various board games and movies for children. Children Menus especially prepared for family departures. *Yachts operating below capacity will have a higher passenger to guide ratio but no more than 16 to 1.


Our new Inspiration Class ships maintain Tauck’s high standards for luxury and comfort... ms Grace will cruise exclusively on the Rhine River. With a maximum of 130 guests, ms Grace and her sister ships ms Joy, ms Savor and ms Inspire continue our tradition of providing the most space per guest on Europe’s inland waterways – we will transport the fewest passengers of any longship (135 meters). Our deck plan for our Inspiration Class riverboats is innovative. With a total of 67 cabins, our most popular cabins tend to be our largest... so we have used the added ship length to offer twenty-two 300-square-foot-suites aboard ms Grace and her sister ships – the most of any river cruise ship on any European river. To increase the amount of natural sunlight on the lower deck, we’ve created 8 loft cabins that extend from the first to the second decks, providing guests with an additional view; all windows in these loft cabins open.

Grand Princess

With an atmosphere of comfortable elegance, tantalizing dining options and dazzling entertainment, your stay on board Grand Princess will be anything but ordinary. Relax at The Sanctuary, a tranquil haven reserved for adults, enjoy Movies Under the Stars® poolside or experience something new with our Discovery at SEA™ enrichment programs.

Grande Caribe

Built by Blount Boats in Warren, RI, and commissioned in 1997, the Grande Caribe carries 88 passengers everywhere from Belize to Baltimore. She was completely renovated in 2009, with new furniture and décor in the lounge, cabins and dining rooms, and sparkling new showers and bathrooms. So whether you find yourself chatting under the glimmering canopy lights of the top deck, or enjoying a lazy morning in your cabin, the Grande Caribe was built with you in mind.

Grande Mariner

Commissioned and built by Blount Boats in 1998, the Grande Mariner makes her way up to Montreal, just in time for fall foliage season. She was refurbished in 2010, with totally new cabin configurations including new décor, new bathrooms, new furniture in the cabins, a renovated lounge, new décor, and brand new furniture. So if you want to take in a few rays on the sun deck, relax and enjoy the vista-view lounge, or just have a few quiet moments in your cabin as the sea drifts past your open picture window, the Grande Mariner is ready.

Grandeur of the Seas

There’s a reason Grandeur of the Seas® is Baltimore’s reigning favorite adventure. Like complimentary Broadway-style entertainment. A sprawling Vegas-style casino. A Rock Climbing Wall high above the waves. Poolside movies beneath the sun— or stars. And dining options that include succulent sushi and intimate chef-hosted dinners. Actually, there are a lot of reasons.

Greek Sailing Yacht

Every space on our yachts is designed for functional potential. The upper deck offers a comfy lounge where you can enjoy the view or learn sailing 101. Below deck, the cozy galley is where you can share a bite with the group. Get an authentic sailing experience aboard our eight-passenger vessels, or just relax and watch the pros handle things. Boat layout: Our 52 foot yacht is equipped with four standard double cabins, as well as three bathrooms, and two showers. There is an onboard kitchenette, interior and exterior common areas for dining and relaxing, and outside deck space, for sleeping under the stars. Cabins: Four double/twin cabins, three bathrooms, and two showers. All cabins have their own portholes. Crew: This sailing adventure is staffed by a qualified skipper/G Adventures CEO. Your skipper/CEO knows the Islands extremely well, and is passionate about sharing it's hidden secrets with their "crew".

Greg Mortimer

Aurora Expeditions is excited to be launching their new ship, the Greg Mortimer, ready for the Antarctic season in, 2019. Proudly named after Aurora's adventurous co-founder, this 104-metre ship is Aurora’s very first, purpose-built expedition vessel. Capable of negotiating the strongest winds and waves, the Greg Mortimer is built to world-class polar standards – designed in close consultation with their expedition specialists, taking advantage of more than 27 years of experience. Whether it’s adventure, wildlife or simply relaxing that draws you to the planet’s wildest places, the Greg Mortimer will deliver the best expedition cruising experience. The Greg Mortimer will continue to retain Aurora’s ethos and focus on multiple landings, flexible itineraries, environmental sensitivity and family-built atmosphere.