Small Ship and River Cruise Companies


Small ship cruises usually carry 500 passengers or less. These cruises provide a more intimate experience for cruisers, take longer voyages (in most cases) than larger ships, and allow you to spend more time in port.

Here are some small ship cruise companies that you should check out if you are in the mood for a small ship or river cruise:

  • Abercrombie & Kent
  • Amadeus By Luftner
  • Ama Waterways
  • American Cruise Lines
  • American Queen Steamboat Company
  • Aqua Expeditions
  • A-Rosa River Cruises
  • Avalon Waterways
  • Blount Small Ship Adventures
  • Century Cruises
  • Emerald Waterways
  • European Waterways
  • French Country Waterways
  • Imperial River Cruises
  • Island WindJammers
  • Lindblad Expeditions
  • Orient-Express
  • Orion Expedition Cruises
  • Pandaw River Cruises
  • Paul Gauguin Cruises
  • Pearl Seas Cruises
  • Quark Expeditions
  • Regent Seven Seas Cruises
  • Scenic Tours
  • Seabourn Cruise Line
  • Seadream Yacht Club
  • SilverSea Cruises
  • Star Clippers
  • Swan Hellenic Discovery Cruising
  • Tauck
  • Uniworld Boutique RiverCruise Collection
  • Variety Cruises
  • Victoria Cruises
  • Viking Cruises
  • Voyages of Discovery
  • Voyages to Antiquity
  • Windstar Cruises

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