Small Ship Expedition Cruising
"Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover." - Mark Twain
Blue skies, gentle ocean breezes, sunset meals al fresco, and exotic locations define Boundless Journeys' version of expedition-style cruising. We've reinvented cruising, with boats large enough to offer unexpected indulgences, but small enough to get us into special places the bigger ships miss. From cruising the Nile in Egypt, to the Galapagos Islands and the Turquoise Coast, our Expedition Cruising trips offer small groups and itineraries that will suit active adventurers and leisurely travelers alike. Whether you spend your time swimming, snorkeling, sea kayaking, exploring on-shore trails and villages, or simply relaxing on deck with a good book, we're sure you'll agree – a Boundless Journeys expedition cruise is like no cruise you've experienced before.
Ready to Take the Next Step?
Each Boundless Journeys adventure is different, so please call our expert trip advisors at 800-941-8010, to help choose the adventure that is just right for you. You may also Request A Call or use our Contact Form.
Our tours often fill months in advance, and our maximum group size is smaller than most tour operators. Ready to reserve? Reserve a trip now.
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We saw indescribable beauty every day, came home with an understanding of the islands from the conservation and preservation aspect, and with a love for the wildlife native to the islands. We will cherish and discuss with friends and family this remarkable trip for a lifetime.
- Marilyn Z., Ecuador: The Galapagos Islands
"The Boundless Journeys trip to kayak and snorkel through Palau is the best gift I could give myself and my spirit. The crew were experts and I will forever marvel at the abundance and diversity of marine habitats there – a marine Garden of Eden."
- Denise Franz King, Palau: Oceania Odyssey