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PANAMA CANAL, MEXICAN RIVIERA & SOUTH AMERICA It might be the world’s greatest shortcut, but the Panama Canal is an experience you’ll remember for a lifetime. You can make the full transit between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans or choose one of our exciting new cruises that combine the Caribbean with a taste of this incredible engineering feat.


Romance. Adventure. Drama. The Mexican Riviera has it all, with an extra helping of sunshine and fiesta-like fun on the side. Find a perfect secluded beach under the landmark rock formations of Cabo San Lucas. Tour a tequila factory and learn to cook Mexican style. And your story has only just begun.


It’s time to cruise beyond your dreams on one of our exciting itineraries around South America. Let your imagination take flight to Machu Picchu, one of the most amazing urban creations of the Inca Empire, or to the remote Falkland Islands, where thousands of Magellanic penguins make their home. Cruise past Beagle Channel’s majestic glaciers and around the notorious Cape Horn. Explore great cities and vast National Parks. And bring a generous supply of amazement.


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