Explore the scenic coast of New Brunswick and New England on a 10-day journey that takes you from historic Boston to pristine New Brunswick. Kick off this seaworthy adventure with a stop in the “City of the Ships” – Bath, ME. Explore the rocky shoreline of Rockland, ME where you might kayak by lobster boats. […]
The Pantanal is one of the world’s largest tropical wetland areas. Located mostly within the Brazilian state of Mato Grosso do Sul, but extending into Mato Grosso and portions of Bolivia and Paraguay, the Pantanal sprawls over an area estimated at between 54,000 and 75,000 sq mi (140,000 and 195,000 square kilometers). About 80% of […]
Here is an interesting video featuring Cruceros Australis cruises to Cape Horn. It is very similar to Alaska – with the added benefits of visiting the southern most land in the Western Hemisphere, and enjoy the charms and natural wonders of Patagonia and Chile.
WHAT’S NEW FOR 2018 – By Dick West, Explor Cruises’ Founder and CEO – Chief Experience Officer I have received many requests for more advance information on programs and offerings in 2018, and even 2019 and beyond. So we have been busy gathering information and putting it up on our NEW web site as fast […]
Discover the Beauty of our Shores We’re pleased to offer a collection of unique voyages along the Southern and Eastern seaboard, the Islands of New England, around the Canadian Maritimes, down the St. Lawrence Seaway, and through the Great Lakes And Rediscover our Shared History America was made in Chicago, and also in Sturgeon Bay, […]
This video will stimulate your interest in visiting the Great White Continent. And now, it is easier than ever to visit with our combination fly-cruise with Antarctic XXI and the Ocean Nova. The biggest and most intimidating obstacle to visiting Antarctica by ship has been the often fearsome and turbulent Drake Passage between Cape Horn […]
Traveling with Explor Cruises, you’ll learn those tidbits of information you may never realize have had an impact on the world–historically, culturally, commercially and even with a bit of fashion that created a style all its own. Like The Panama Hat… The Panama hat is endemic to Ecuador, with Panama mistakenly receiving credit for the […]