Our fleet of modern ships offer every possible comfort and amenity on our unrivalled range of cruise itineraries in Europe, Southeast Asia and South America. Explore the world the right way and enjoy five-star hotel standard accommodation with elegant, contemporary and spacious design throughout, and beautifully-appointed, light and inviting staterooms and suites. Sliding glass doors transform your accommodation into a panoramic viewing point; marble bathrooms, premium beds and individual temperature control come as standard. Dine in gourmet style and enjoy a full programme of live onboard - and often local - entertainment on your dream cruise.
In order to deliver a cruise unlike any other, we're constantly evolving the Avalon experience on our Suite Ships, adding new features every year. Our exclusive Panorama Suites offer perfect accommodation with more space to stretch out and enjoy your cruise, innovative room configuration to highlight every view, and a huge open-air balcony that provides an indoor/outdoor seating area without sacrificing room space.
Accommodating a maximum of 138 passengers for a more intimate cruise experience, the Avalon Affinity Class Ships boast spacious and well-appointed deluxe staterooms and suites. With most staterooms featuring a large floor-to-ceiling sliding-glass door with a French balcony, passengers experience Europe's beauty and history even when on board. After a day of exploring some of Europe's most exciting cities, relax in the ship's two lounges, soak in the whirlpool, or unwind in a deck chair atop the Sky Deck.
Exploring some of the world’s most iconic rivers in Vietnam, Cambodia, Myanmar, the Amazon Basin and the Galapagos Islands, are some of our smallest ships yet. Designed to reach places other cruise ships are unable to reach, ships such as the Avalon Siem Reap and Avalon Myanmar still offer all the comforts and luxuries the rest of the Avalon range provide – from panoramic windows to create an indoor and outdoor living space, and an open-air observation lounge for viewing the passing scenery.