TRULY ALL-INCLUSIVE APT’s small ship cruises include all meals and beverages, shore excursions, wi-fi, transfers, Signature Invitations, Freedom of Choice touring, tipping and port charges.
SMALL SHIP PRIVILEGES AND ACCESS APT’s small ship cruises guarantee a unique and unforgettable experience. Accommodating up to only 118 guests, their ‘Sky’ ships offer an intimate cruising experience venturing where others cannot.
EXPEDITION TEAM Every cruise has 5 to 10 expedition team members on board. Knowledgeable about the destination in a variety of fields, such as naturalists, ecologists and historians, they offer greater depth to your exploration.



  • EXPEDITION CRUISING – Truly immerse yourself in a destination with a range of tours available. Includes cooking demonstrations, market visits, and more active options such as hiking, birdwatching and snorkelling
  • TAILOR MADE SHORE EXCURSIONS – All small group excursions are included and hosted by local guides
  • EXPEDITION TEAM – Learn about the culture, history and landscapes you visit with an expert expedition team
  • SMALL SHIP PRIVILEGE & ACCESS – Enjoy the ease and exclusivity of APT’s small ships... cruise up to tiny villages in the Norwegian fjords or have lunch at a Portugese family estate
  • FREEDOM OF CHOICE – Choose your tour with Freedom of Choice sightseeing
  • SIGNATURE EXPERIENCES - Enjoy unique Signature Experiences ashore, exclusively for APT guests
  • ALL-INCLUSIVE LIFESTYLE - All onboard dining and beverages
  • INCLUDED Wi-Fi (select cruises)
  • All ocean-view suites


Bordeaux and Garonne River

The vineyard in the arrivals area at Bordeaux airport is a strong clue that you’re entering one of France’s most prestigious wine-growing regions.


The rock making up the cliffs is old, so old, it predates life on earth. Let that sink in for a moment.

“I can’t see any fossils in any these rocks,” I ask my guide Carly.

“These rocks were formed before there was anything to fossilise,” she replies plainly.

Ottawa feature

Australians visiting Canada may feel like they’re visiting with an old friend.

Lake Louise

It’s difficult not to fall in love with the Canadian Rocky Mountains.

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