This cruise ship sails from Barcelona, St-Tropez then finally finishing the cruise in the beautiful city of Rome. Prices vary but with a modest room starting at £2,150
It has a fully equipped gym consisting of a Canyon ranch Spa Club which features a full circuit of LCD – and heart rate monitor equipped with state of the art TechnoGym machines, known for their Italian design and multimedia entertainment systems.
This cruise starts of in Singapore then going on to Mumbai, next stop being Thailand, Myanmar then on to the beautiful Sri Lanka.
The Pilates classes beginning in January, group sessions with the ships 5 brand new machines that form part of the twenty five + Pilates classes that are offered, also there is a choice of mens only & couples and even partners yoga to ease away your stresses and strains. Prices start from £5,340
This massive cruiser takes you on a transatlantic voyage that spans a total of 7 days and takes you to New York – Southampton England. Prices start from £800
In a new addition to the health activities on this cruise they now offer pressurized oxygen facials (from $165) uses skincare specialist Intraceuticals’ hyaluronic acid-infused serums to deliver a massive blast of hydration to the skin, reducing fine lines and massively increasing taughtness.
This Island hopping cruiser sails to the Madeira, Canary, Azores, and the Channel islands with prices starting from £6,750 its definantly in the higher end of the market.
A new addition to the fitness services offered on this cruise are Miraval Mind and body classes. They consist of Instructors from the famous Arizona wellness resort Mirival lead group & individual early morning Yoga classes, evening meditation, breathing work and how to master stress levels in the shape of easy to follow classes, using fully qualified instructors.
This is a 7 day Western Caribbean cruise starting in Mexico and finishing in Mexico with a short stop in Honduras prices start from £500 making this value for money!
A new addition to this liner is a 33 foot tall and 64 foot wide extreme climbing and rappelling wall – The first of this type on a cruise ship, it’s the only US rated wall found at sea. A must for all you die hard adrenaline seekers.