The quirkiest cruises of 2014 by: Louise Goldsbury

BORED of the same old itineraries? Seeking new experiences in the new year? Here’s some curious cruises offering very different activities, destinations and vessels. Only the adventurous need apply. Cargo ship to paradise The Aranui 3, a cargo-cum-passenger ship, delivers supplies to the Marquesas Islands in the South Pacific. Up to 200 travellers can come along for the ride and enjoy shore excursions, such as jungle treks and tours of archaeological sites that include either a picnic or lunch at a local restaurant (included in the fare). A 14-night cruise from ...
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