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Premium cruise lines deploy large, but not mega ships. They carry around 2500 to 3000 passengers. They offer similar amenities to their contemporary counterparts, while enhancing the luxuriousness of the offerings. These lines are best known for a more sophisticated onboard experience, with upscale accommodations, enhanced dining, superior service and onboard enrichment opportunities. Their itineraries will include more exotic locales and overnight port stays.

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Celebrity Cruises

Beautifully decorated ships have a modern but comfortable vibe. The focus is on trendy culinary experiences, hi-tech educational workshops (think Mac tutorials) and an onboard brand partnerships like the Canyon Ranch spa you’ll find on most ships. The ships are mid-sized, carrying just up to 3,000 passengers on its largest ship, Celebrity Reflection. The ships are big enough to offer plenty of dining, entertainment and drinking options for the most demanding cruisers, but small enough to not seem overwhelming or overcrowded. Their cruise ships boasts numerous specialty dining restaurants, a multimillion-dollar investment in art and the gorgeous Lawn Club, where passengers can spread out on real grass.

Destinations Served:
Celebrity has 13 ships that visit 75 countries on 7 continents. Their itineraries feature destination-immersion shore excursions and overnight and double overnight stays in many ports.

AAA Member Benefit:
Receive an onboard galley tour plus up to $75 per stateroom onboard credit based on category booked.*

AAA VACATIONS® AMENITIES (Combinable with AAA member benefit)
• Priority check-in on day of embarkation.
• Up to $75 per stateroom onboard spending credit based on category booked.**

*Valid for all departures 3 nights or longer with the exception of Galapagos products.
** Available on all sailings except Galapagos.

Disney Cruises

Anything with the name “Disney” in it, screams family and the Disney Cruise Line is no exception. Onboard activities such as deck parties and character meet and greets are geared toward family fun. But, there are special adults-only areas where grown-ups can escape thwidgete kids to enjoy a spa treatment, fine dining or nightlife. The excellent kids program onboard allow parents to do just that.

Destinations Served:
Disney Cruise Line deploys 4 ships with an emphasis on Caribbean sailings. They also offer select sailings to Alaska, Europe, Hawaii, Bermuda, northeast Canada and the Panama Canal.

Holland America

Holland America Line began in 1873 as the Netherlands-America Steamship Company, a shipping and passenger line. It offers a more traditional style of cruising that appeals to a seasoned cruiser. The crew is known for their understated professionalism. Passengers can participate in enriching lectures, ballroom dance lessons, bingo, afternoon tea and more. One of the more unique offerings is the Culinary Arts Center where you can attend cooking demonstrations and take part in hands-on cooking classes.

Destinations Served:
Holland America’s fleet of 14 mid-sized ships offer more than 500 sailings a year visiting all seven continents. Cruises include both popular and less-traveled ports in the Caribbean, Alaska, Europe, Mexico, South America, the Panama Canal, Australia, New Zealand and Asia — as well as unique voyages to the Amazon, Antarctica and our extended Grand Voyages.

AAA VACATIONS® AMENITIES* (Combinable with AAA member benefit)
• Pinnacle Grill Dinner (for two)
• Canaletto Dinner (for two)
• $50 per person beverage card (first two guests in stateroom)

*AAA Vacations® amenities do not apply to Pacific Coast, 5-day or less Bahamas, World Cruise, and Grand Voyages.

Princess Cruises

Princess Cruises was the original “Love Boat” of the television series of the same name that aired back in the eighties. It helped make cruising popular for the mainstream. It’s well-known for its onboard educational programs, that tie-in with the destination. For instance, you can take part in traditional Maori art performances in New Zealand, take ukulele lessons on the ship in Hawaii or hear a lecture on the history of the Panama Canal.

Destinations Served:
Princess has 18 ships that sail to over 380 destinations on seven continents. They have an award-winning cruise tour program in Alaska that allows you to cruise the coast of Alaska for part of your trip, then travel inland to see Alaska’s land-based sights, like Denali National Park.

AAA Member Benefit:
• Receive reduced deposit (as low as $50 per person) along with a complimentary 6x8 photo per stateroom during specific quarterly booking windows.

AAA VACATIONS® AMENITIES (Combinable with AAA member benefit)
• Priority check-in on day of embarkation
• Up to $100 per stateroom onboard spending credit
• Dinner for two in a specialty restaurant (first two guests in stateroom)