Whatever time of year you want to do your incentive program, there is a destination that is right for you. Many US ports are within driving distance.
unique blend of activities, cultures, scenery and climate. Your choice should be based on the best fit for your people and your program. Below is a brief recap of destination highlights. We have a lot of experience and will help you select the right destination for your group.
Great itineraries your participants are sure to enjoy!
Alaska 7 - 14 nights for cruise only; 9 - 16 nights cruisetours Season: May - September
“The Great Land” offers spectacular scenery with active days kayaking, biking, hiking, and flight seeing. Sunlight shines at midnight. Wildlife is all around you. The Red Dog Saloon beckons you, and the creaking and calving of magnificent glaciers will provide many memorable moments. Whether it's an Inside Passage cruise from Seattle or Vancouver, Gulf of Alaska or Alaska cruisetour, your group will be in awe of the incredible sights they will experience.
Pacific Coastal 3 - 5 nights: Season: Spring and Fall
Sailing up or down the coast from Seattle or Vancouver, these three and four-night voyages explore some of the most charming cities of the Pacific Northwest and British Columbia. Discover Vancouver's sophisticated history and rich cultural diversity, Victoria's signature double-decker buses and fine British teas, and the bustling metropolis of Seattle. Southward, experience Astoria, San Francisco and LA.
Baja Mexico and Mexican Riviera 3 - 8 nights Season: Year Aound
Sail the Pacific coast to quaint fishing villages, beautifully restored cathedrals and historic landmarks nicely accented with modern amenities, sidewalk cafes and imaginative boutiques. Water sports include snorkeling, diving and some of the best sports, fishing in the world.
Hawaii 7 nights Season: Year Around
Everyone dreams of someday visiting this tropical paradise, where the breathtaking mountains, refreshing waterfalls and historic volcanoes provide a total break with everyday life. Loads of outdoor activities, festive luaus, plus hula lessons as needed. Great tax advantages for doing meetings at sea in Hawaii and outstanding meeting and conference facilities aboard the ships.
Tahiti 7 to 10 nights Season: Year Around
In Tahiti, luxury ships sail through turquoise lagoons fringed by coral reefs, past lush volcanoes brimming with waterfalls, to intoxicating islands. The mountainous interior shelters deep valleys, clear streams, high waterfalls and mysterious caves, all bathed in green iridescence light. This is truly paradise found!
Panama Canal and Costa Rica 7 to 14 nights Season: January - March (Repositioning's in the Spring and Fall 12 to 21 days)
Imagine a small country with canopies of iridescent forests, palm-fringed beaches, thunderous waterfalls and abundant wildlife - this is Costa Rica! The adventure continues as you dip into the Panama Canal - one of mankind’s greatest achievements. Enjoy magnificent views as you cruise by nesting egrets and emerald mountains, vast lakes and steamy tropical rain forests.
Bahamas and Key West 3 or 4 nights Season: Year Around
A long-time winter refuge for heat seekers from the north, the Bahamas offers endless choices for recreation and relaxation. Snorkel or swim with the dolphins through crystal clear waters, or soar above it all while parasailing. The private islands developed here by several cruise lines will fulfill your fantasy of the perfect beach experience
Caribbean 3 - 8 nights Season: Year Around
Eastern Caribbean - Savor the colorful heritage, scenery, shopping and cuisine of the tropical islands people have heard about for years.
Western Caribbean - Swim with the stingrays, enjoy deep sea diving on the Palancar Reef, explorations of Mayan ruins, golfing, and gorgeous beaches.
Southern Caribbean - Find adventure in these lush, exotic islands where the hospitable people, steamy rainforests and pristine beaches invite discovery.
Bermuda 5 - 7 nights: Season: May - October
Feel like a millionaire visiting this prosperous island with its fascinating colonial heritage, brightly planted gardens and pastel-painted houses. There are ample activities for everyone, including golf, tennis, biking, deep sea fishing, waterfront dining and shopping for classic British imports.
New England and Eastern Canada 5 - 12 nights Season: August - October
The fall foliage of New England and eastern Canada provides sights to behold. Sail from New York, Boston, Philadelphia and see Bar Harbor, Halifax, the French inspired charm of Quebec City and Montreal
The Baltics and Scandanavia 6 to 12 nights: Season: May - October
Only a cruise can provide so much in one trip – visits to world famous Copenhagen, and Stockholm – one of the most beautiful capitals in the world, plus Helsinki, Oslo and even St Petersburg (Russia) where architecture, culture, history, shopping and great museums stimulate all the senses.
Eastern Mediterranean Greek Isles 7 - 12 nights Season May - October
There’s a definite allure about Mykonos and the ancient ruins of Athens, the dramatic landscape of Santorini, the fabled canals and piazzas of Venice, the exotic treasures of Istanbul. The ancient walled city of Dubrovnik is one of the treasures of this itinerary
Western and Grand Mediterranean 7 to 12 nights Season: May - October
Capture their imagination with the French Riviera’s breathtaking scenery and world-class shopping. Lure them with the old-world charm of Barcelona or Rome, the glamorous yacht harbors of Portofino and Capri.
European Rivers 5 to 8 nights Season: May - December
River cruises bring you to the heart of Europe’s most spectacular rivers and waterways. Docking in the heart of town, you’ll have more time to see the fabled cities and explore quaint villages off the beaten path. Discover historic monuments and romantic castles, visit sun-drenched vineyards and magnificent cathedrals.
Experience spectacular scenery and abundant wildlife on a Columbia River cruise. You’ll transit locks and dams, view the natural wonders of the Columbia River Gorge, stroll through historic frontier towns, and learn about the history of the Old West. The historic Mississippi offers glimpses of the old south and the mighty Ohio and Missouri rivers that forged such an important role to commerce and life along the banks.