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Best Cruise Deals Around the World

by Brook Wilkinson

Central America

Conde Nast Traveler

Yachts of Seabourn
Ship: Seabourn Legend
Best for: Adventure travelers who'd rather sleep on Egyptian-cotton linens than pitch a tent in the rain forest
Why it's a good value: Cruises on this luxury line normally cost hundreds of dollars more per person per day
Length: 14 nights
Departures: November 2009 and January and February 2010
Number of passengers: 208
Cost: From $4,749

As on other Seabourn cruises, expect decadent amenities, from a complimentary minibar stocked with your preferred drinks to wandering masseurs ready to give you a quick rubdown to a beach barbecue with fine china and caviar. This itinerary combines six cosseting days at sea, a transit of the Panama Canal (pictured), and several ecologically minded ports of call. Go snorkeling or scuba diving near the world's second-largest barrier reef, walk among the treetops in Costa Rica, and explore an ancient Mayan city in Belize. You'll also have free use of the ship's windsurf boards, kayaks, and banana boats for your full day at Hunting Caye, off the coast of Belize (800-929-9391; seabourn.com).

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