Sail into the new year
Get inspiration on the wide world of cruises from Lonely Planet’s new book.
Exploring the frozen Alaskan wilderness, spotting elephants and lions on a Botswana river safari, sailing through the mighty fjords in Scandinavia and New Zealand, island-hopping the Caribbean, rich in colonial plazas and white sand beaches … cruising has never been more diverse.
Did you know that according to industry figures, 27.2 million passengers embark on cruises annually? “The Cruise Handbook” by the Lonely Planet gives you the lowdown on the wide world of cruises. Get essential advice and expert tips on everything from the types of cruises available, where to go and how to book a great deal, to packing and travelling with the family. This ultimate trip-planning tool also features the best destinations for beaches, adventure, culture, chartering and more.
Designed for both first-time cruisers and those looking for inspiration, the 256-page practical guide will help you discover the enormous range of boat trips around the world, and find and book your perfect cruise. You’ll also discover how to get the most out of each port of call. A fun and interesting read, it’s packed with photos and top tips throughout.
“The Cruise Handbook” is available at major bookstores for around US$17.99 (S$24.39).