GoNOMAD Travel articles about cruises. But the kind of cruises we pay the most attention to are the unique ones, the unusual cruises that people tend to never forget. If you like cruising the ocean but want something smaller, something more special, we’re sure you will enjoy our selection of features below about unusual cruises.
Le Boat, a self-drive boating vacation company, has a fleet of boats at Masurian Lakes of Poland and offers boats you can charter all over Europe.
Nha Trang Vietnam. A cruise with Mama Hahn on her Green Hat Boat Tours, where a funky scene and lots of marijuana is served aboard the cruise boat.
Cruising off the Coast of Madagascar By Jean Miller Spoljaric When considering cruising destinations, Africa doesn’t often fall into the most likely category of the world’s top places to set sail. But there are fantastic opportunities to enjoy sailing in as far-flung a place as Madagascar, the large island located off the eastern coast of […]
Tramping around the Maldives By Cargo Ship By Donna Richardson Sailing on the high seas is the best way to see the real Maldives, writes Donna Richardson, who undertook an epic adventure aboard a Maldivian cargo vessel to the southernmost tip of the country. The notion of traveling by sea may conjure up images of […]
A West Coast Cruise: Catalina Island, San Diego, San Francisco, Victoria, Vancouver. By Jason McKenney My parents have always been travelers. When an opportunity came up recently to take a ship cruise with them near my new home in California I leaped at the chance. My parents still live in Kentucky and the West Coast isn’t […]
A Winding, Quixotic Journey Down A Turkish River By Kristina Kulyabina Imagine traveling down the Turkish Meander River for 550 km in a one-man canoe. Travel writer Jeremy Seal made this into his reality, which he impeccably captures within his novel Meander: East to West Along a Turkish River. Seal has been researching and writing […]