People has released a list of five adults-only cruise ships where guests can sail in peace without kids. The list features Richard Branson’s new cruise ship and 4 more adults-only boats to book right now
On Sir Richard Branson’s flagship adults-only boat for Virgin Voyages, 18-and-up guests can enjoy a variety of grown-up amenities, including a tattoo parlour, a spa, and an athletic club with a boxing gym and sports centre.
Travellers can also eat and drink in one of the ship’s many restaurants, including a Mexican taqueria and a drag brunch spot. The first ship in the fleet will set sail to the Caribbean in 2020, but future voyages will include itineraries to various tropical locations, including Cuba.
Saga Cruise Line
Looking for something a little more subdued? Only travellers over age 50 can enjoy a cruise on Saga’s fleet. Every passenger’s journey begins when a designated Saga chauffer picks them up from home and brings them to the ship, where they can sip cocktails, eat world-class food, indulge in wine tastings, take painting classes, or attend lectures and talks.
With both river and ocean cruises, guests can travel across the U.K. and Europe, with stops in the Meditteranean, Russia and the British Isles.
This mid-size cruise ship is designed to give adult travellers a high-end experience, with more than 3,000 pieces of art displayed on board. Foodies can enjoy a meal in the two-tiered steak and seafood restaurant or an afternoon tea, while other travellers can relax in the spa or take on-board language or dance lessons.
Arcadia sails to a variety of destinations including Hong Kong, Singapore and Australia.
The second of P&O’s adults-only offerings, the Oriana offers a more laid-back experience on board with an Art Deco-style cafe, a library, shopping and a sports deck with golf, tennis, cricket and football.
Guests can also take advantage of a variety of dining options, including the boat’s signature Sindhu restaurant, which serves Indian cuisine on the ship. Oriana sails across Europe — from the Azores to Italy, Norway and Corsica.
Viking, who also recently adopted an adults-only policy for its river cruises, also sails the ocean with no kids on board. These small ships are known for their luxe amenities, including high-end dining, an onboard salon, a fitness centre and spa.
Viking sails across the world, and offers cruises to Africa, the Americas and Europe, so there are few destinations grown-ups can’t travel to on their ships.
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