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Departing on 29 Mar 2024 from Panama City (Amador) aboard the EXPLORA I - Cruise No: 1920087

  • 29 Mar 2024
  • EXPLORA I
  • 2 Adults
  • Panama City (Amador) / Panama City (Amador)
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4355 pp

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Panama City (Amador), Panama — Quepos, Costa Rica — San Juan del Sur — Puerto Quetzal — Puerto Vallarta — Cabo San Lucas, Mexico — San Diego — San Diego — Los Angeles, California — Los Angeles, California
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29 Mar '24
Panama City (Amador), Panama
20:00

Mapped by Columbus. Fought over by the Spanish, French, Dutch, Danish and English. The Southern Caribbean is a parade of islands and idyllic harbours that beg to be discovered. The Lesser Antilles — Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao — are islands of desire that beguile with vivid flamingos, pink-sand beaches, wind-bent divi divi trees, and Dutch windmills. The curvaceous shore of Colombia leads to an overnight in Cartagena; a tropical city with a seductive blend of 500-year-old history, exuberant nightlife, and surreal beauty. Magical reality continues in Puerto Limon; skywalk in a virginal forest and ford rivers in search of anteaters, sloths and blue butterflies. Marvels continue as we glide under the Bridge of Americas to negotiate the locks of the Panama Canal. With front-row views aboard EXPLORA I, you experience one of the most amazing man-made wonders where the triumph of engineering and the human spirit connected two shining seas.

2
30 Mar '24
At Sea

Everything on this Journey moves at the speed of desire: remote coasts and romantic resorts, chic cities and cultured UNESCO sites. We start where dreamers and builders dug a short-cut from sea to shining sea by damming a river to create Gutan Lake and grading the Continental Divide to make a 13-kilometre channel, the Galliard Cut. Next, we dive into one of the most biologically intense places on the planet, Costa Rica. An enchanting wonderland with more than 4% of the world’s biodiversity. We visit Quepos where butterflies are blue, sloths move slowly, and monkeys hang in trees in Manuel Antonio National Park (considered amongst the 12 most beautiful in the world). Otherworldly wonders include treks to the cloud forest of Monteverde to see birds, orchids and trees not found anywhere else on earth! Our search for sanctuary continues in San Juan del Sur, a quiet beach town for surfers and sunbathers. In Puerto Quetzal, ruins of former glories dazzle us at La Democracia, where pre-Mayan statues known as “fat gods” dot the landscape. We also find Antigua, a UNESCO-protected Spanish-colonial village that has survived volcanos, earthquakes and political upheaval. With a sky and sea that are mostly flawlessly blue, the Mexican Rivera calls us to Puerto Vallarta. Hugging the cerulean Banderas Bay, the resort city is a sweet nook set against dramatic mountains, buzzing with boardwalks and unmatched sunsets. At the southernmost tip of the Baja Peninsula, a massive outcropping of rocks — known as The Arch — welcome us to Cabo San Lucas with its world-class golf, epic marlin fishing, and diving sites with so much biodiversity that Jacques Cousteau called this “the aquarium of the world”. With its infinite beauty, we call on sunny San Diego, then venture to Los Angeles where culture meets the coast. The second largest city in the United States and arguably its most glamorous with epic shopping in Beverly Hills, celebrity-spotting in Malibu Beach, or walking to the Griffith Observatory for a bird’s eye view of this City of Angels. Equally extraordinary are optional jaunts to Las Vegas or immersive discoveries into the natural wonders of the Grand Canyon.

3
31 Mar '24
Quepos, Costa Rica
08:00
18:00

Everything on this Journey moves at the speed of desire: remote coasts and romantic resorts, chic cities and cultured UNESCO sites. We start where dreamers and builders dug a short-cut from sea to shining sea by damming a river to create Gutan Lake and grading the Continental Divide to make a 13-kilometre channel, the Galliard Cut. Next, we dive into one of the most biologically intense places on the planet, Costa Rica. An enchanting wonderland with more than 4% of the world’s biodiversity. We visit Quepos where butterflies are blue, sloths move slowly, and monkeys hang in trees in Manuel Antonio National Park (considered amongst the 12 most beautiful in the world). Otherworldly wonders include treks to the cloud forest of Monteverde to see birds, orchids and trees not found anywhere else on earth! Our search for sanctuary continues in San Juan del Sur, a quiet beach town for surfers and sunbathers. In Puerto Quetzal, ruins of former glories dazzle us at La Democracia, where pre-Mayan statues known as “fat gods” dot the landscape. We also find Antigua, a UNESCO-protected Spanish-colonial village that has survived volcanos, earthquakes and political upheaval. With a sky and sea that are mostly flawlessly blue, the Mexican Rivera calls us to Puerto Vallarta. Hugging the cerulean Banderas Bay, the resort city is a sweet nook set against dramatic mountains, buzzing with boardwalks and unmatched sunsets. At the southernmost tip of the Baja Peninsula, a massive outcropping of rocks — known as The Arch — welcome us to Cabo San Lucas with its world-class golf, epic marlin fishing, and diving sites with so much biodiversity that Jacques Cousteau called this “the aquarium of the world”. With its infinite beauty, we call on sunny San Diego, then venture to Los Angeles where culture meets the coast. The second largest city in the United States and arguably its most glamorous with epic shopping in Beverly Hills, celebrity-spotting in Malibu Beach, or walking to the Griffith Observatory for a bird’s eye view of this City of Angels. Equally extraordinary are optional jaunts to Las Vegas or immersive discoveries into the natural wonders of the Grand Canyon.

4
1 Apr '24
San Juan del Sur
08:00
17:00

Everything on this Journey moves at the speed of desire: remote coasts and romantic resorts, chic cities and cultured UNESCO sites. We start where dreamers and builders dug a short-cut from sea to shining sea by damming a river to create Gutan Lake and grading the Continental Divide to make a 13-kilometre channel, the Galliard Cut. Next, we dive into one of the most biologically intense places on the planet, Costa Rica. An enchanting wonderland with more than 4% of the world’s biodiversity. We visit Quepos where butterflies are blue, sloths move slowly, and monkeys hang in trees in Manuel Antonio National Park (considered amongst the 12 most beautiful in the world). Otherworldly wonders include treks to the cloud forest of Monteverde to see birds, orchids and trees not found anywhere else on earth! Our search for sanctuary continues in San Juan del Sur, a quiet beach town for surfers and sunbathers. In Puerto Quetzal, ruins of former glories dazzle us at La Democracia, where pre-Mayan statues known as “fat gods” dot the landscape. We also find Antigua, a UNESCO-protected Spanish-colonial village that has survived volcanos, earthquakes and political upheaval. With a sky and sea that are mostly flawlessly blue, the Mexican Rivera calls us to Puerto Vallarta. Hugging the cerulean Banderas Bay, the resort city is a sweet nook set against dramatic mountains, buzzing with boardwalks and unmatched sunsets. At the southernmost tip of the Baja Peninsula, a massive outcropping of rocks — known as The Arch — welcome us to Cabo San Lucas with its world-class golf, epic marlin fishing, and diving sites with so much biodiversity that Jacques Cousteau called this “the aquarium of the world”. With its infinite beauty, we call on sunny San Diego, then venture to Los Angeles where culture meets the coast. The second largest city in the United States and arguably its most glamorous with epic shopping in Beverly Hills, celebrity-spotting in Malibu Beach, or walking to the Griffith Observatory for a bird’s eye view of this City of Angels. Equally extraordinary are optional jaunts to Las Vegas or immersive discoveries into the natural wonders of the Grand Canyon.

5
2 Apr '24
At Sea

Everything on this Journey moves at the speed of desire: remote coasts and romantic resorts, chic cities and cultured UNESCO sites. We start where dreamers and builders dug a short-cut from sea to shining sea by damming a river to create Gutan Lake and grading the Continental Divide to make a 13-kilometre channel, the Galliard Cut. Next, we dive into one of the most biologically intense places on the planet, Costa Rica. An enchanting wonderland with more than 4% of the world’s biodiversity. We visit Quepos where butterflies are blue, sloths move slowly, and monkeys hang in trees in Manuel Antonio National Park (considered amongst the 12 most beautiful in the world). Otherworldly wonders include treks to the cloud forest of Monteverde to see birds, orchids and trees not found anywhere else on earth! Our search for sanctuary continues in San Juan del Sur, a quiet beach town for surfers and sunbathers. In Puerto Quetzal, ruins of former glories dazzle us at La Democracia, where pre-Mayan statues known as “fat gods” dot the landscape. We also find Antigua, a UNESCO-protected Spanish-colonial village that has survived volcanos, earthquakes and political upheaval. With a sky and sea that are mostly flawlessly blue, the Mexican Rivera calls us to Puerto Vallarta. Hugging the cerulean Banderas Bay, the resort city is a sweet nook set against dramatic mountains, buzzing with boardwalks and unmatched sunsets. At the southernmost tip of the Baja Peninsula, a massive outcropping of rocks — known as The Arch — welcome us to Cabo San Lucas with its world-class golf, epic marlin fishing, and diving sites with so much biodiversity that Jacques Cousteau called this “the aquarium of the world”. With its infinite beauty, we call on sunny San Diego, then venture to Los Angeles where culture meets the coast. The second largest city in the United States and arguably its most glamorous with epic shopping in Beverly Hills, celebrity-spotting in Malibu Beach, or walking to the Griffith Observatory for a bird’s eye view of this City of Angels. Equally extraordinary are optional jaunts to Las Vegas or immersive discoveries into the natural wonders of the Grand Canyon.

6
3 Apr '24
Puerto Quetzal
08:00
17:00

Everything on this Journey moves at the speed of desire: remote coasts and romantic resorts, chic cities and cultured UNESCO sites. We start where dreamers and builders dug a short-cut from sea to shining sea by damming a river to create Gutan Lake and grading the Continental Divide to make a 13-kilometre channel, the Galliard Cut. Next, we dive into one of the most biologically intense places on the planet, Costa Rica. An enchanting wonderland with more than 4% of the world’s biodiversity. We visit Quepos where butterflies are blue, sloths move slowly, and monkeys hang in trees in Manuel Antonio National Park (considered amongst the 12 most beautiful in the world). Otherworldly wonders include treks to the cloud forest of Monteverde to see birds, orchids and trees not found anywhere else on earth! Our search for sanctuary continues in San Juan del Sur, a quiet beach town for surfers and sunbathers. In Puerto Quetzal, ruins of former glories dazzle us at La Democracia, where pre-Mayan statues known as “fat gods” dot the landscape. We also find Antigua, a UNESCO-protected Spanish-colonial village that has survived volcanos, earthquakes and political upheaval. With a sky and sea that are mostly flawlessly blue, the Mexican Rivera calls us to Puerto Vallarta. Hugging the cerulean Banderas Bay, the resort city is a sweet nook set against dramatic mountains, buzzing with boardwalks and unmatched sunsets. At the southernmost tip of the Baja Peninsula, a massive outcropping of rocks — known as The Arch — welcome us to Cabo San Lucas with its world-class golf, epic marlin fishing, and diving sites with so much biodiversity that Jacques Cousteau called this “the aquarium of the world”. With its infinite beauty, we call on sunny San Diego, then venture to Los Angeles where culture meets the coast. The second largest city in the United States and arguably its most glamorous with epic shopping in Beverly Hills, celebrity-spotting in Malibu Beach, or walking to the Griffith Observatory for a bird’s eye view of this City of Angels. Equally extraordinary are optional jaunts to Las Vegas or immersive discoveries into the natural wonders of the Grand Canyon.

7
4 Apr '24
At Sea

Everything on this Journey moves at the speed of desire: remote coasts and romantic resorts, chic cities and cultured UNESCO sites. We start where dreamers and builders dug a short-cut from sea to shining sea by damming a river to create Gutan Lake and grading the Continental Divide to make a 13-kilometre channel, the Galliard Cut. Next, we dive into one of the most biologically intense places on the planet, Costa Rica. An enchanting wonderland with more than 4% of the world’s biodiversity. We visit Quepos where butterflies are blue, sloths move slowly, and monkeys hang in trees in Manuel Antonio National Park (considered amongst the 12 most beautiful in the world). Otherworldly wonders include treks to the cloud forest of Monteverde to see birds, orchids and trees not found anywhere else on earth! Our search for sanctuary continues in San Juan del Sur, a quiet beach town for surfers and sunbathers. In Puerto Quetzal, ruins of former glories dazzle us at La Democracia, where pre-Mayan statues known as “fat gods” dot the landscape. We also find Antigua, a UNESCO-protected Spanish-colonial village that has survived volcanos, earthquakes and political upheaval. With a sky and sea that are mostly flawlessly blue, the Mexican Rivera calls us to Puerto Vallarta. Hugging the cerulean Banderas Bay, the resort city is a sweet nook set against dramatic mountains, buzzing with boardwalks and unmatched sunsets. At the southernmost tip of the Baja Peninsula, a massive outcropping of rocks — known as The Arch — welcome us to Cabo San Lucas with its world-class golf, epic marlin fishing, and diving sites with so much biodiversity that Jacques Cousteau called this “the aquarium of the world”. With its infinite beauty, we call on sunny San Diego, then venture to Los Angeles where culture meets the coast. The second largest city in the United States and arguably its most glamorous with epic shopping in Beverly Hills, celebrity-spotting in Malibu Beach, or walking to the Griffith Observatory for a bird’s eye view of this City of Angels. Equally extraordinary are optional jaunts to Las Vegas or immersive discoveries into the natural wonders of the Grand Canyon.

8
5 Apr '24
At Sea

Everything on this Journey moves at the speed of desire: remote coasts and romantic resorts, chic cities and cultured UNESCO sites. We start where dreamers and builders dug a short-cut from sea to shining sea by damming a river to create Gutan Lake and grading the Continental Divide to make a 13-kilometre channel, the Galliard Cut. Next, we dive into one of the most biologically intense places on the planet, Costa Rica. An enchanting wonderland with more than 4% of the world’s biodiversity. We visit Quepos where butterflies are blue, sloths move slowly, and monkeys hang in trees in Manuel Antonio National Park (considered amongst the 12 most beautiful in the world). Otherworldly wonders include treks to the cloud forest of Monteverde to see birds, orchids and trees not found anywhere else on earth! Our search for sanctuary continues in San Juan del Sur, a quiet beach town for surfers and sunbathers. In Puerto Quetzal, ruins of former glories dazzle us at La Democracia, where pre-Mayan statues known as “fat gods” dot the landscape. We also find Antigua, a UNESCO-protected Spanish-colonial village that has survived volcanos, earthquakes and political upheaval. With a sky and sea that are mostly flawlessly blue, the Mexican Rivera calls us to Puerto Vallarta. Hugging the cerulean Banderas Bay, the resort city is a sweet nook set against dramatic mountains, buzzing with boardwalks and unmatched sunsets. At the southernmost tip of the Baja Peninsula, a massive outcropping of rocks — known as The Arch — welcome us to Cabo San Lucas with its world-class golf, epic marlin fishing, and diving sites with so much biodiversity that Jacques Cousteau called this “the aquarium of the world”. With its infinite beauty, we call on sunny San Diego, then venture to Los Angeles where culture meets the coast. The second largest city in the United States and arguably its most glamorous with epic shopping in Beverly Hills, celebrity-spotting in Malibu Beach, or walking to the Griffith Observatory for a bird’s eye view of this City of Angels. Equally extraordinary are optional jaunts to Las Vegas or immersive discoveries into the natural wonders of the Grand Canyon.

9
6 Apr '24
Puerto Vallarta
07:00
14:00

Everything on this Journey moves at the speed of desire: remote coasts and romantic resorts, chic cities and cultured UNESCO sites. We start where dreamers and builders dug a short-cut from sea to shining sea by damming a river to create Gutan Lake and grading the Continental Divide to make a 13-kilometre channel, the Galliard Cut. Next, we dive into one of the most biologically intense places on the planet, Costa Rica. An enchanting wonderland with more than 4% of the world’s biodiversity. We visit Quepos where butterflies are blue, sloths move slowly, and monkeys hang in trees in Manuel Antonio National Park (considered amongst the 12 most beautiful in the world). Otherworldly wonders include treks to the cloud forest of Monteverde to see birds, orchids and trees not found anywhere else on earth! Our search for sanctuary continues in San Juan del Sur, a quiet beach town for surfers and sunbathers. In Puerto Quetzal, ruins of former glories dazzle us at La Democracia, where pre-Mayan statues known as “fat gods” dot the landscape. We also find Antigua, a UNESCO-protected Spanish-colonial village that has survived volcanos, earthquakes and political upheaval. With a sky and sea that are mostly flawlessly blue, the Mexican Rivera calls us to Puerto Vallarta. Hugging the cerulean Banderas Bay, the resort city is a sweet nook set against dramatic mountains, buzzing with boardwalks and unmatched sunsets. At the southernmost tip of the Baja Peninsula, a massive outcropping of rocks — known as The Arch — welcome us to Cabo San Lucas with its world-class golf, epic marlin fishing, and diving sites with so much biodiversity that Jacques Cousteau called this “the aquarium of the world”. With its infinite beauty, we call on sunny San Diego, then venture to Los Angeles where culture meets the coast. The second largest city in the United States and arguably its most glamorous with epic shopping in Beverly Hills, celebrity-spotting in Malibu Beach, or walking to the Griffith Observatory for a bird’s eye view of this City of Angels. Equally extraordinary are optional jaunts to Las Vegas or immersive discoveries into the natural wonders of the Grand Canyon.

10
7 Apr '24
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
09:00
20:00

Everything on this Journey moves at the speed of desire: remote coasts and romantic resorts, chic cities and cultured UNESCO sites. We start where dreamers and builders dug a short-cut from sea to shining sea by damming a river to create Gutan Lake and grading the Continental Divide to make a 13-kilometre channel, the Galliard Cut. Next, we dive into one of the most biologically intense places on the planet, Costa Rica. An enchanting wonderland with more than 4% of the world’s biodiversity. We visit Quepos where butterflies are blue, sloths move slowly, and monkeys hang in trees in Manuel Antonio National Park (considered amongst the 12 most beautiful in the world). Otherworldly wonders include treks to the cloud forest of Monteverde to see birds, orchids and trees not found anywhere else on earth! Our search for sanctuary continues in San Juan del Sur, a quiet beach town for surfers and sunbathers. In Puerto Quetzal, ruins of former glories dazzle us at La Democracia, where pre-Mayan statues known as “fat gods” dot the landscape. We also find Antigua, a UNESCO-protected Spanish-colonial village that has survived volcanos, earthquakes and political upheaval. With a sky and sea that are mostly flawlessly blue, the Mexican Rivera calls us to Puerto Vallarta. Hugging the cerulean Banderas Bay, the resort city is a sweet nook set against dramatic mountains, buzzing with boardwalks and unmatched sunsets. At the southernmost tip of the Baja Peninsula, a massive outcropping of rocks — known as The Arch — welcome us to Cabo San Lucas with its world-class golf, epic marlin fishing, and diving sites with so much biodiversity that Jacques Cousteau called this “the aquarium of the world”. With its infinite beauty, we call on sunny San Diego, then venture to Los Angeles where culture meets the coast. The second largest city in the United States and arguably its most glamorous with epic shopping in Beverly Hills, celebrity-spotting in Malibu Beach, or walking to the Griffith Observatory for a bird’s eye view of this City of Angels. Equally extraordinary are optional jaunts to Las Vegas or immersive discoveries into the natural wonders of the Grand Canyon.

11
8 Apr '24
At Sea

Everything on this Journey moves at the speed of desire: remote coasts and romantic resorts, chic cities and cultured UNESCO sites. We start where dreamers and builders dug a short-cut from sea to shining sea by damming a river to create Gutan Lake and grading the Continental Divide to make a 13-kilometre channel, the Galliard Cut. Next, we dive into one of the most biologically intense places on the planet, Costa Rica. An enchanting wonderland with more than 4% of the world’s biodiversity. We visit Quepos where butterflies are blue, sloths move slowly, and monkeys hang in trees in Manuel Antonio National Park (considered amongst the 12 most beautiful in the world). Otherworldly wonders include treks to the cloud forest of Monteverde to see birds, orchids and trees not found anywhere else on earth! Our search for sanctuary continues in San Juan del Sur, a quiet beach town for surfers and sunbathers. In Puerto Quetzal, ruins of former glories dazzle us at La Democracia, where pre-Mayan statues known as “fat gods” dot the landscape. We also find Antigua, a UNESCO-protected Spanish-colonial village that has survived volcanos, earthquakes and political upheaval. With a sky and sea that are mostly flawlessly blue, the Mexican Rivera calls us to Puerto Vallarta. Hugging the cerulean Banderas Bay, the resort city is a sweet nook set against dramatic mountains, buzzing with boardwalks and unmatched sunsets. At the southernmost tip of the Baja Peninsula, a massive outcropping of rocks — known as The Arch — welcome us to Cabo San Lucas with its world-class golf, epic marlin fishing, and diving sites with so much biodiversity that Jacques Cousteau called this “the aquarium of the world”. With its infinite beauty, we call on sunny San Diego, then venture to Los Angeles where culture meets the coast. The second largest city in the United States and arguably its most glamorous with epic shopping in Beverly Hills, celebrity-spotting in Malibu Beach, or walking to the Griffith Observatory for a bird’s eye view of this City of Angels. Equally extraordinary are optional jaunts to Las Vegas or immersive discoveries into the natural wonders of the Grand Canyon.

12
9 Apr '24
San Diego
17:00

Everything on this Journey moves at the speed of desire: remote coasts and romantic resorts, chic cities and cultured UNESCO sites. We start where dreamers and builders dug a short-cut from sea to shining sea by damming a river to create Gutan Lake and grading the Continental Divide to make a 13-kilometre channel, the Galliard Cut. Next, we dive into one of the most biologically intense places on the planet, Costa Rica. An enchanting wonderland with more than 4% of the world’s biodiversity. We visit Quepos where butterflies are blue, sloths move slowly, and monkeys hang in trees in Manuel Antonio National Park (considered amongst the 12 most beautiful in the world). Otherworldly wonders include treks to the cloud forest of Monteverde to see birds, orchids and trees not found anywhere else on earth! Our search for sanctuary continues in San Juan del Sur, a quiet beach town for surfers and sunbathers. In Puerto Quetzal, ruins of former glories dazzle us at La Democracia, where pre-Mayan statues known as “fat gods” dot the landscape. We also find Antigua, a UNESCO-protected Spanish-colonial village that has survived volcanos, earthquakes and political upheaval. With a sky and sea that are mostly flawlessly blue, the Mexican Rivera calls us to Puerto Vallarta. Hugging the cerulean Banderas Bay, the resort city is a sweet nook set against dramatic mountains, buzzing with boardwalks and unmatched sunsets. At the southernmost tip of the Baja Peninsula, a massive outcropping of rocks — known as The Arch — welcome us to Cabo San Lucas with its world-class golf, epic marlin fishing, and diving sites with so much biodiversity that Jacques Cousteau called this “the aquarium of the world”. With its infinite beauty, we call on sunny San Diego, then venture to Los Angeles where culture meets the coast. The second largest city in the United States and arguably its most glamorous with epic shopping in Beverly Hills, celebrity-spotting in Malibu Beach, or walking to the Griffith Observatory for a bird’s eye view of this City of Angels. Equally extraordinary are optional jaunts to Las Vegas or immersive discoveries into the natural wonders of the Grand Canyon.

13
10 Apr '24
San Diego
17:00

Everything on this Journey moves at the speed of desire: remote coasts and romantic resorts, chic cities and cultured UNESCO sites. We start where dreamers and builders dug a short-cut from sea to shining sea by damming a river to create Gutan Lake and grading the Continental Divide to make a 13-kilometre channel, the Galliard Cut. Next, we dive into one of the most biologically intense places on the planet, Costa Rica. An enchanting wonderland with more than 4% of the world’s biodiversity. We visit Quepos where butterflies are blue, sloths move slowly, and monkeys hang in trees in Manuel Antonio National Park (considered amongst the 12 most beautiful in the world). Otherworldly wonders include treks to the cloud forest of Monteverde to see birds, orchids and trees not found anywhere else on earth! Our search for sanctuary continues in San Juan del Sur, a quiet beach town for surfers and sunbathers. In Puerto Quetzal, ruins of former glories dazzle us at La Democracia, where pre-Mayan statues known as “fat gods” dot the landscape. We also find Antigua, a UNESCO-protected Spanish-colonial village that has survived volcanos, earthquakes and political upheaval. With a sky and sea that are mostly flawlessly blue, the Mexican Rivera calls us to Puerto Vallarta. Hugging the cerulean Banderas Bay, the resort city is a sweet nook set against dramatic mountains, buzzing with boardwalks and unmatched sunsets. At the southernmost tip of the Baja Peninsula, a massive outcropping of rocks — known as The Arch — welcome us to Cabo San Lucas with its world-class golf, epic marlin fishing, and diving sites with so much biodiversity that Jacques Cousteau called this “the aquarium of the world”. With its infinite beauty, we call on sunny San Diego, then venture to Los Angeles where culture meets the coast. The second largest city in the United States and arguably its most glamorous with epic shopping in Beverly Hills, celebrity-spotting in Malibu Beach, or walking to the Griffith Observatory for a bird’s eye view of this City of Angels. Equally extraordinary are optional jaunts to Las Vegas or immersive discoveries into the natural wonders of the Grand Canyon.

14
11 Apr '24
Los Angeles, California
08:00

Everything on this Journey moves at the speed of desire: remote coasts and romantic resorts, chic cities and cultured UNESCO sites. We start where dreamers and builders dug a short-cut from sea to shining sea by damming a river to create Gutan Lake and grading the Continental Divide to make a 13-kilometre channel, the Galliard Cut. Next, we dive into one of the most biologically intense places on the planet, Costa Rica. An enchanting wonderland with more than 4% of the world’s biodiversity. We visit Quepos where butterflies are blue, sloths move slowly, and monkeys hang in trees in Manuel Antonio National Park (considered amongst the 12 most beautiful in the world). Otherworldly wonders include treks to the cloud forest of Monteverde to see birds, orchids and trees not found anywhere else on earth! Our search for sanctuary continues in San Juan del Sur, a quiet beach town for surfers and sunbathers. In Puerto Quetzal, ruins of former glories dazzle us at La Democracia, where pre-Mayan statues known as “fat gods” dot the landscape. We also find Antigua, a UNESCO-protected Spanish-colonial village that has survived volcanos, earthquakes and political upheaval. With a sky and sea that are mostly flawlessly blue, the Mexican Rivera calls us to Puerto Vallarta. Hugging the cerulean Banderas Bay, the resort city is a sweet nook set against dramatic mountains, buzzing with boardwalks and unmatched sunsets. At the southernmost tip of the Baja Peninsula, a massive outcropping of rocks — known as The Arch — welcome us to Cabo San Lucas with its world-class golf, epic marlin fishing, and diving sites with so much biodiversity that Jacques Cousteau called this “the aquarium of the world”. With its infinite beauty, we call on sunny San Diego, then venture to Los Angeles where culture meets the coast. The second largest city in the United States and arguably its most glamorous with epic shopping in Beverly Hills, celebrity-spotting in Malibu Beach, or walking to the Griffith Observatory for a bird’s eye view of this City of Angels. Equally extraordinary are optional jaunts to Las Vegas or immersive discoveries into the natural wonders of the Grand Canyon.

15
12 Apr '24
Los Angeles, California
08:00

Everything on this Journey moves at the speed of desire: remote coasts and romantic resorts, chic cities and cultured UNESCO sites. We start where dreamers and builders dug a short-cut from sea to shining sea by damming a river to create Gutan Lake and grading the Continental Divide to make a 13-kilometre channel, the Galliard Cut. Next, we dive into one of the most biologically intense places on the planet, Costa Rica. An enchanting wonderland with more than 4% of the world’s biodiversity. We visit Quepos where butterflies are blue, sloths move slowly, and monkeys hang in trees in Manuel Antonio National Park (considered amongst the 12 most beautiful in the world). Otherworldly wonders include treks to the cloud forest of Monteverde to see birds, orchids and trees not found anywhere else on earth! Our search for sanctuary continues in San Juan del Sur, a quiet beach town for surfers and sunbathers. In Puerto Quetzal, ruins of former glories dazzle us at La Democracia, where pre-Mayan statues known as “fat gods” dot the landscape. We also find Antigua, a UNESCO-protected Spanish-colonial village that has survived volcanos, earthquakes and political upheaval. With a sky and sea that are mostly flawlessly blue, the Mexican Rivera calls us to Puerto Vallarta. Hugging the cerulean Banderas Bay, the resort city is a sweet nook set against dramatic mountains, buzzing with boardwalks and unmatched sunsets. At the southernmost tip of the Baja Peninsula, a massive outcropping of rocks — known as The Arch — welcome us to Cabo San Lucas with its world-class golf, epic marlin fishing, and diving sites with so much biodiversity that Jacques Cousteau called this “the aquarium of the world”. With its infinite beauty, we call on sunny San Diego, then venture to Los Angeles where culture meets the coast. The second largest city in the United States and arguably its most glamorous with epic shopping in Beverly Hills, celebrity-spotting in Malibu Beach, or walking to the Griffith Observatory for a bird’s eye view of this City of Angels. Equally extraordinary are optional jaunts to Las Vegas or immersive discoveries into the natural wonders of the Grand Canyon.

Launched

2023

Tonnage

63,900

Length

813

Crew

740

Capacity

922

EXPLORA I, the first of four luxury best-in-class ships, will set sail in 2023, with the remaining ships ready to set sail in 2024, 2025 and 2026.

Exquisitely designed with the guest and relaxed, home-like comfort in mind – and in partnership with the world’s foremost superyacht and luxury hospitality designers – the innovative ship will seamlessly blend elegant Swiss precision with modern European craftsmanship and vibrant design.

With 461 oceanfront suites, penthouses and residences, guests will enjoy feeling closer to the sea and in port thanks to their floor-to-ceiling windows and personal private terrace. Suites will start at 35 sqm (377 sq ft) which makes them among the most spacious for the luxury cruise category.

Fourteen decks will provide ample indoor public space, maximising guest choice and create areas of quiet seclusion and privacy. Generous outdoor decks will boast more than 2,500 sqm (26,909 sq ft) delivering stunning views of the sea, with 64 private cabanas across 3 outdoor pools. A fourth pool, with a retractable glass roof, will allow swimming and poolside relaxation in any weather. Combined with various indoor and outdoor whirlpools on the ship’s promenade deck, the ship has been designed with water as a real focal point of the onboard experience – helping our guests discover their ocean state of mind.

Tailored to suit personal preferences, flexible dining times at nine distinct restaurants will provide unrivalled variety at sea. Each venue will celebrate global culinary talents, with a focus on provenance and wholesome ingredients sustainably sourced from local partners. To make sure guests are spoilt for choice, several indoor and outdoor bars and lounges will also be in place to unwind and relax.

The wellbeing experience onboard was inspired by our love for the sea, with a spacious indoor/outdoor spa and fitness area on board. From treatment rooms to state-of-the-art fitness equipment, group workout classes to personal training appointments, tailor-made programmes make keeping well while on holiday effortless and enjoyable. Bespoke wellness experiences at each destination will make relaxation and rejuvenation easily accessible both onboard and ashore.

Bar/lounge Area
Casino
Cigar Club Room
Main Lounge
Shopping Galleria

Art Gallery
Culinary Arts Center
Observation Lounge
The Terrace

Indoor Pool
Outdoor Pool
Running Track

Asian Restaurant
Cabanas
Coffee & Chocolate Lounge
International Lounge & Bar
Kitchen
Lobby Bar
Private Dining Area
Sterling Steakhouse
Whisky Bar

Day Spa & Fitness Centre
Whirlpool

Description

EXPLORA I, the first of four luxury best-in-class ships, will set sail in 2023, with the remaining ships ready to set sail in 2024, 2025 and 2026.

Exquisitely designed with the guest and relaxed, home-like comfort in mind – and in partnership with the world’s foremost superyacht and luxury hospitality designers – the innovative ship will seamlessly blend elegant Swiss precision with modern European craftsmanship and vibrant design.

With 461 oceanfront suites, penthouses and residences, guests will enjoy feeling closer to the sea and in port thanks to their floor-to-ceiling windows and personal private terrace. Suites will start at 35 sqm (377 sq ft) which makes them among the most spacious for the luxury cruise category.

Fourteen decks will provide ample indoor public space, maximising guest choice and create areas of quiet seclusion and privacy. Generous outdoor decks will boast more than 2,500 sqm (26,909 sq ft) delivering stunning views of the sea, with 64 private cabanas across 3 outdoor pools. A fourth pool, with a retractable glass roof, will allow swimming and poolside relaxation in any weather. Combined with various indoor and outdoor whirlpools on the ship’s promenade deck, the ship has been designed with water as a real focal point of the onboard experience – helping our guests discover their ocean state of mind.

Tailored to suit personal preferences, flexible dining times at nine distinct restaurants will provide unrivalled variety at sea. Each venue will celebrate global culinary talents, with a focus on provenance and wholesome ingredients sustainably sourced from local partners. To make sure guests are spoilt for choice, several indoor and outdoor bars and lounges will also be in place to unwind and relax.

The wellbeing experience onboard was inspired by our love for the sea, with a spacious indoor/outdoor spa and fitness area on board. From treatment rooms to state-of-the-art fitness equipment, group workout classes to personal training appointments, tailor-made programmes make keeping well while on holiday effortless and enjoyable. Bespoke wellness experiences at each destination will make relaxation and rejuvenation easily accessible both onboard and ashore.

Entertainment

Bar/lounge Area
Casino
Cigar Club Room
Main Lounge
Shopping Galleria

Other

Art Gallery
Culinary Arts Center
Observation Lounge
The Terrace

Recreational

Indoor Pool
Outdoor Pool
Running Track

Food and Drink

Asian Restaurant
Cabanas
Coffee & Chocolate Lounge
International Lounge & Bar
Kitchen
Lobby Bar
Private Dining Area
Sterling Steakhouse
Whisky Bar

Relaxation

Day Spa & Fitness Centre
Whirlpool

Included Services

  • All Inclusive
  • Gratuities
  • Ultra Luxury
  • Port Taxes & Fees
  • Family Friendly
  • Live Entertainment
  • Speciality Dining
  • Onboard Casino
  • WiFi Included
  • Fitness Classes
  • Kids Club

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