International Directory of Cruise Lines

If you want to contact a specific cruise line directly without having to go through a travel agent or other third party, you can always locate a cruise line through one of the many cruise line directories online. The list below represents just a few of the dozens of official cruise line listings that can be found by visiting Shipsandcruises.com.

African Safari Club Ltd.
Imperial House
Bromley, Kent
BR1 1SD United Kingdom
Tel – 084-5345 0014
Fax – 020- 8466 0020
Email – [email protected]

SHIPS: M/S Royal Star, 200 passengers; Explorer II 352 passengers
ABOUT: African Safari Club offers 4-18 night cruises on the Indian Ocean. Ports of call include the Seychelles, the Mascarene Island of Mauritius, La Reunion, Madagascar, the Cormoros and Zanzibar. —by shipsandcruises.com

Hapag-Lloyd Cruises
Ballindamm 25
D-20095 Hamburg
Germany
Tel: 040-3001-4600
Fax: 040-3001-4601
Websites:
www.hapaglloyd.com
http://www.hlkf.de

SHIPS: MS Hanseatic, 194 passengers; MS Bremen, 184 passengers; MS Columbus, 423 passengers
ABOUT: The cruise line boasts it’s the leading supplier of cruises in German-speaking countries, offering both sea-going and river cruises.

Kristina Cruises
Kirkkokatu 16
48100 Kotka
Finland
Tel: 358-(0)5-211
Fax: 356-(0)5 211 4500
Website: www.kristinacruises.com

SHIPS: MS Kristina Brahe, 114 passengers; MS Kristina Regina, 186 passengers
ABOUT: Kristina Cruises operates cruises mostly in Northern Europe and the Mediterranean.

NCL/UK Office
Norwegian Cruise Line
1 Derry Street
Kensington
London W8 577
Tel: 0845-658-8010 (Res.)
Website: www.uk.ncl.com
SHIPS: Norwegian Dawn, 2,240 passengers; Norwegian Dream, 1,748 passengers; Norwegian Majesty, 1,462 passengers; Norwegian Sea,1,518 passengers; Norwegian Star, 2,240 passengers; Norwegian Spirit, 1,966 passengers; Norwegian Sun, 1,936 passengers; Norwegian Wind, 1,748 passengers; Norwegian Jewel, 2,400 passengers; Norwegian Crown, 1,078 passengers
ABOUT: Norwegian has ports of call worldwide.

Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK) Line
Yusen Building
3-2 Marunouchi 2-choime
Chiyoda-ku 100-0005
Japan
Website: www.asukacruise.co.jp

SHIP: Asuka, 600 passengers
ABOUT: NYK caters their cruises for the Japanese-speaking trade.

Phoenix Seereisen
Kolmstrasse 50
53111 Bonn
Germany
Website: www.phoenixreisen,com

SHIPS: Maxim Gorky 650 passengers; Alabatross, 827 passengers
ABOUT: Phoenix Seereisen caters to the German-speaking trade.

Quark Expeditions
980 Post Road
Darien, Connecticut 06820
Tel: 1-203-656-0499
1-800-356-569
Fax: 1-203-655-6623
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.quarkexpeditions.com

SHIPS: Kapitan Khlebnikov, 112 passengers; R/V Professor Multanovskiy, 49 passengers; R/V Professor Molchanov, 49 passengers; M/V Lubov Orlova, 110 passengers; Yamal 100 passengers
ABOUT: Quark Expeditions operates expedition cruises on its chartered ships to the north and south polar regions.

Thomson Cruise
Greater London House
Hampstead Road
London NW1 7SD
England
Fax: 1-203-655-6623
Website: www.thomson-holidays.com

SHIP: Thomson Spirit, 1,254 passengers
ABOUT: Thomson operates cruises to the Mediterranean primarily for the British trade.

Blackbeard´s Cruises
PO Box 66-1091
Miami, FL 33266
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.blackbeard-cruises.com

With 25 years under her sea legs, Blackbeard Cruises operates three former Coast Guard sailing vessels. The Cat´s Ppalua is a catamaran rigged in the traditional schooner style. The Aqua Cat measures 102 ft. This catamaran can be chartered for groups or individual charters around the northern Bahamas.

Glacier Bay Cruise Lines
107 West Denny Line
Seattle, WA 98101
Tel – 1 800-451-5952; 1 206-623-7113
Fax – 206-623-7809
Website – www.glacierbaytours.com

SHIPS: Executive Explorer, 49 passengers; Wilderness Adventurer, 72 passengers; Wilderness Discoverer, 88 passengers; Wilderness Explorer, 34 passengers.
ABOUT: Glacier Bay Cruise has been a leader in executive adventure travel since 1967 to the Glacier Bay National Park. The company specializes in executive class river excursions with trips down the Willamette, Columbia or Snake rivers.

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