The remote reaches of Russia’s Kamchatka Peninsula and the distant and isolated Kuril Islands have fired the imagination of explorers and traders for centuries. Join us on this remarkable voyage of unparalleled exploration along the ‘Pacific Ring of Fire’, cruising along the Kamcha . . .
If like us you feel that a river journey is the most relaxing and enjoyable way of seeing a large swathe of landlocked countryside, this trip has much to offer you.
Christmas in Central Europe is a very special time and nowhere is this more evident than in the cities, towns and villages of the Danube.
Due to the enormous demand they have experienced for river cruising over the past few years, Noble Caledonia have increased their portfolio to offer cruises all over the world.
Many of our regular travellers may be familiar with our MS Island Sky, and we are now delighted to introduce her sister ship, Spirit of Oceanus, one of the eight ships that began life with Renaissance Cruises. The aims of the owners of Spirit of Oceanus, Cruise West, are very similar to our own. No . . .
GW Travel has run private trains in all 15 of the former Soviet Union republics, Mongolia, China, and Canada over the last 14 years.
India is a truly fascinating country with its blend of religions, colourful people and exotic food. Also, few countries have such a range of wild animals. On this exciting adventure trip we venture into the Indian jungle on elephant back in quest for tigers, leopards and sloth bears.
Noble Caledonia is delighted to be offering a number of trips aboard the luxurious RiverCloud and her sister vessel River Cloud II. These truly deluxe vessels are in a class of their own combining the nostalgic charm of the gracious age of travel together with all the up to date comforts of a five . . .
Noble Caledonia have chartered SY Sea Cloud and SY Sea Cloud II exclusively for Noble Caledonia clients to bring you a number of cruises for 2012 and 2013 in the Adriatic, the West Indies and Central America. The vessels boast deluxe accommodation and exquisite five star service and when the 30,000 . . .
Noble Caledonia are delighted to have recently acquired the MS Caledonian Sky, formerly known as Hebridean Spirit. The 114–passenger MS Caledonian Sky is sister vessel to our MS Island Sky and they share the same excellent attributes that make them two of the finest small ships in the world.
Our seemingly endless search for another small vessel has at last been rewarded. We are delighted to have found the MS Quest, which we have chartered long term in order to offer trips in Scotland, Norway, the Spitsbergen archipelago and Greenland. She is the ideal small ship, accommodating a maximum . . .
Due to the popularity of our music themed cruises, Noble Caledonia have put together this collection of hotel stays in Italy, Ireland, Malta and Croatia. They will be joined by London Festival Opera, the travelling opera company who will perform in some very special locations.
Discover the Mediterranean, Adriatic, Aegean and Black Sea aboard the 44–passenger MV Harmony. Her compact size allows for visits to pristine beaches and intimate harbours that are inaccessible to larger ships. The onboard guest speakers will provide an insight into the culture and history of . . .
New Zealand deserves more than a fleeting visit. Anyone considering a trip should look at a minimum of two weeks, but preferably longer. Our tour of New Zealand by road, rail and sea zig–zags its way through the country, taking in the most dramatic scenery and the most attractive towns and cit . . .
New Zealand by Land & Sea – Join Noble Caledonia on an expedition cruise of New Zealand’s North and South Islands aboard the 128–passenger MS Clipper Odyssey or take an overland escorted tour which includes travel by road, rail and sea.
Noble Caledonia’s Small Ship Cruising brochure for 2010/2011 includes expedition cruises, coastal cruises and sailing ships on vessels carrying around 100 passengers. The geographical coverage is immense including New Zealand, Alaska, North Africa, British Isles and the Far East.
Every year the popularity of small ship cruising in our own waters grows and we now have in excess of ten voyages exploring the islands and coastlines of Britain and Ireland. This is immensely rewarding as the vast majority of passengers are from Britain. The sheer diversity of the landscape and lif . . .
Few places left on earth offer the traveller as much untamed scenic grandeur as the great land of Alaska. Join us in the summer of 2010 aboard the wonderfully comfortable 120–passenger MS Clipper Odyssey, an ideal vessel to explore Alaska’s Inside Passage.
Just what makes this south east corner of Lake Geneva so special? Well for a start it has a remarkable location. Sheltered from the north and east winds, its consequent mild Mediterranean climate has resulted in an almost sub–tropical feel.
Explore Antarctica and South Georgia aboard the 160 passenger MS Bremen. For most travellers the Antarctic experience is a once in a lifetime visit