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Orion in the Kimberley, Australia


cocktails and all tips, means that whilst this cruise is by no means cheap – it is excellent value when compared to the cost of resorts in these islands.


Blow the budget Don’t want to dine with other people? Have your meal served to you by butlers on your own private deck. Fancy a glass of champagne with breakfast? Order a whole bottle and have one waiting on ice for you in the evening too. For ultra-luxe cruising, it’s hard to get more high-end than Silversea Cruises, which boast butler service as standard, and cabins so spacious you might forget there’s anyone else is on board. Of course, on ships such as these, prices are high wherever you sail, so splurge on itineraries in exotic destinations.


Sleek and chic (and child-free) P&O’s adult-only ships are perfect for honeymooners who are looking for a stylish cruise without the risk of running into hordes of romance- quelling children. The Adonis and Arcadia offer a contemporary feel with flexible dining and spa facilities, so they’re great for younger couples seeking a more personalised experience. On the Oriana and Arcadia you can book yourself into Marco Pierre-White’s restaurant, the Ocean Grill, at an additional charge.


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Sometimes a honeymoon is about getting away from it all


Be adventurous


For something a little more daring, try a specialist luxury operator like Orion Expedition Cruises whose small ships sail to unusual and remote destinations, from Antarctica to Papua New Guinea and East Timor. For a truly romantic itinerary, their Top End cruise departs from Broome in the far north of Western Australia and penetrates the rugged and unforgiving territories of Kimberley in the outback. Life aboard is laid back and simple pleasures are key. You can dine when you like in the restaurant, or on deck where you can listen to musicians playing under the stars.


Affordable yet intimate On a tight budget? Cruise and Maritime voyages offer excellent value and no-fly cruises from six ports around the UK. The 800-passenger Marco Polo and Ocean Countess offer a more intimate and friendly cruising experience and eschew the usual busy cruise ports in favour of quieter, romantic alternatives, including Iceland and the Baltic and pretty hard-to-reach parts of the British Isles.


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