For Britons hoping to embark on a once-in-a-lifetime cruise around the world, there has never been so much choice.
A recent report in the Telegraph revealed that there is something on offer for everyone, from those who want to circle the entire globe to those who are content to explore just a corner of it.
Britons looking for top-class service and sumptuous surroundings to opt for the world-cruise "veteran" Cunard Cruises
, where guests can expect to be served by "white-gloved" waiters and dance the night away in ball gowns.
For a lively cruise with plenty of stops, Princess Cruises
are said to be an excellent option. According to the Telegraph, passengers can expect "up-beat American-style service" with plenty of dining options.
Meanwhile, those looking for a cruise onboard the world's "largest" and most "revolutionary" ship will have to wait until next year, when the long-awaited Oasis of the Seas is finally unveiled by Royal Caribbean Cruises
Written by Fiona Mayers