Luxury North & South America Cruises

Bucket List Destinations

Time and again, European explorers sought to find safe passage through the changeable waters of North America’s farthest reaches. Pressing ever on, they carved a path through the otherworldly beauty of Arctic Canada’s islands and waterways, which are edged by titanic glaciers and astounding Martian landscapes. In the comfort of your ship, you’ll reach lands rarely trod upon, home to fabulous wildlife such as musk ox, walruses and wondrous polar bears. Look to the waves for the appearance of beluga whales and even the near-mythical narwhal, unicorn of the sea and apt paragon of this magical realm of ice.

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Puerto Limon cruise

Puerto Limón

Yachting Land Adventures | Voyages Uncover the natural gifts of the often-overlooked Caribbean coast of Costa Rica, one of the most ecologically diverse places in the world. Venture into the Tortuguero Canal, which has been dubbed “The Amazon of Costa Rica” for its densely forested shores and abundance of exotic wildlife such as howler, spider and white-faced capuchin monkeys as well as endangered turtles and myriad other creatures. For an up-close encounter with nature, visit the Sloth Sanctuary and capture memorable photos of these gentle and slow-moving arboreal residents.
luxury Panama cruises

Fuerte Amador (Panama City)

Yachting Land Adventures | Voyages Step ashore at Fuerte Amador, the lush hideaway of notorious 17th-century pirates like fearsome Captain Henry Morgan. Marvel at the awe-inspiring Panama Canal, one of the seven modern wonders of the world, and survey this feat of engineering from the observation decks of the Miraflores Locks as commanding freighter ships glide past on their sojourn between the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. Explore the enchanting 16th-century ruins of Panama Viejo, just east of the canal, the oldest European settlement on the Pacific coast of the Americas and a celebrated UNESCO World Heritage site.
Punta Del Este, Uruguay

Punta del Este

Yachting Land Adventures | Voyages Variously compared to glamorous jet-setting destinations around the globe such as Saint-Tropez, the Hamptons and Monaco, luminous Punta del Este nevertheless boasts its own distinctive character. You’ll be drawn to Casapueblo, a fabulous complex of whitewashed buildings cascading toward the sea, a vision conceived by Uruguayan artist Carlos Páez Vilaró that evokes Santorini with a splash of Gaudí. Art is everywhere in Punta del Este, but a perennial favorite is Mario Irarrázabal’s La Mano, or The Hand, five colossal fingers emerging from the inviting sands of Brava Beach.
Bocas del Toro beach

Bocas del Toro

Yachting Land Adventures | Voyages Just off the northwestern shore of mainland Panama, a gorgeous chain of islands offers a welcome respite from more crowded Caribbean destinations. Among the many idyllic stretches of sand and sea, a particular standout is Starfish Beach, which is populated by a thriving community of its namesake creatures, a truly wondrous sight. Yet more marvels await beneath the waves, as the waters are teeming with a kaleidoscope of coral, tropical fish and majestic sea turtles that contribute to this area’s reputation as “The Galápagos of the Caribbean.”
Puerto Madryn, Patagonia

Puerto Madryn

Yachting Land Adventures | Voyages The perfect embodiment of Patagonia’s adventurous spirit, Puerto Madryn lies in a protected gulf teeming with marine wildlife. In the waters off the nearby Valdes Peninsula, a UNESCO World Heritage site, southern right whales converge yearly during breeding season, a magnificent natural spectacle with few equals. Along the coastline, you’ll find a dazzling variety of sea birds flying above one of the world’s largest colonies of elephant seals. And if you need a bite, take a break in nearby Puerto Pirámides, a minuscule hamlet with several eateries and a laid-back vibe.
Recife, Brazil cruises


Yachting Land Adventures | Voyages Named for the reef that protects this cosmopolitan coastal city and dubbed the “Venice of Brazil” for the inlets and canals that crisscross the city, Recife enjoys year-round temperatures in the 80s, splendid for reveling in its many dazzling beaches. Praia Boa Viagem, its most famous sandy stretch, spans seven miles of golden sand and cerulean surf. Lining Boa Viagem is an upscale district with outstanding bars and restaurants, the place to see and be seen as you samba the night away.

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